Nash County NC Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Aventon School Essex
Aventon School Essex
Bains School Spring Hope
Baxter School Rocky Mount
Bethlehem School Rocky Mount
Bethlehem School Castalia
Boone School Rocky Mount
Braswell School Castalia
Carters School Winstead Crossroads
Creek School Middlesex
Creek School Bunn East
Deans School Nashville
Deans School Middlesex
Debroux School Spring Hope
Dortch School Drake
Edwards School Castalia
Elm Grove School Nashville
Evans School Red Oak
Gold Valley School Bunn East
Griffin School Rocky Mount
Griffin School Castalia
Harrison School Centerville
Hillardston School Red Oak
Hillardston School Red Oak
Hunts School Spring Hope
Joyner School Rocky Mount
Macedonia School Spring Hope
Mammings School Middlesex
Mars Hill School Castalia
Morgan School Middlesex
Mount Pleasant School Bailey
Oak Level School Nashville
Philadelphia School Red Oak
Philadelphia School Red Oak
Pleasant Grove Academy Spring Hope
Powell School Drake
Powell School Rocky Mount
Pridgen School Winstead Crossroads
Redland School Red Oak
Salem School Drake
Shady Grove School Drake
Shiloh School Drake
Snowhill School Castalia
Stokes School Middlesex
Strickland School Bailey
Sugar Hill School Winstead Crossroads
Taybron School Bunn East
Taylor School Winstead Crossroads
Taylors School Red Oak
Thorpe School Rocky Mount
Tysons School Spring Hope
Union Hope School Middlesex
Vaughans School Winstead Crossroads
Whitakers School Whitakers
White Oak School Spring Hope
Wilhams School Bailey
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