N.C.-S.C. boundary marker – Lancaster County

One of the last refinements in the N.C.-S.C. boundary was marked with a stone inscribed and placed in 1813. This adjustment was made because of uncertainty in location of the Salisbury Road which had served as north-south boundary from the western terminus of the state line, surveyed in 1764, to the Catawba Indian lands of 1763

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