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U.S. Bicentennial Monument, Graham.  Photo courtesy of Kelly J. Agan.
 
U.S. Bicentennial Monument
Graham
View complete article and references at Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina at: https://docsouth.unc.edu/commland/monument/255
 
Description: The commemorative marker is composed of rectangular granite tablet housed in a sloping brick base.
Images: Setting | Inscription

 
Nickname: Graham Jaycee Monument
 
Inscription:
1776-1976 / DEDICATED TO / 200 YEARS OF / A GOVERNMENT / OF LAWS RATHER / THAN OF MEN / DONATED BY THE / GRAHAM JAYCEES
 
Dedication date: 1976
 
Materials & Techniques: Granite, brick
 
Sponsor: Graham Jaycees
 
Subject notes: The monument was erected to honor America's bicentennial in 1976.
 
Location: The monument is located in front of the Alamance County Civil Courts Building and faces West Elm Street.
 
Landscape: The monument sits amidst the landscaping between the sidewalk and the building. It is surrounded by shrubs and seasonal plantings.
 
City: Graham
 
County: Alamance
 
Subjects: Revolutionary War
 

 

Latitude: 
36.0692
Longitude: 
-79.4017
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