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Quite right! I corrected the caption and it should update in a few days

the USGS benchmark mediallion affixed to an old stone that marks the very southwest corner of Union County NC at the border of South Carolina.

One of the last refinements in the NC–SC boundary was marked with this stone inscribed “1818.” This adjustment was made because of uncertainty in the location of the Salisbury Road which served as north-south boundary from the western terminus of the state line, surveyed in 1764, to the Catawba Indian Lands of 1763.

One of the last refinements in the NC–SC boundary was marked with this stone inscribed “1818” This adjustment was made because of uncertainty in the location of the Salisbury Road which served as north-south boundary from the western terminus of the state line, surveyed in 1764, to the Catawba Indian Lands of 1763.

The centerpiece of the Wesley Chapel Village Commons in Union County NC

Originally the as the McWhorter Cemetery, but is now known as the Wesley Chapel Cemetery. This cemetery was founded in 1822 and remains in use today. It can be found 100 yards west of Potter Road at Long Meadow Road in Union County NC

These two stone monuments were built in the 1930's by FDR's Civilian Conversation Corps, and flank the original entrance of the Wesley Chapel High School, now known as the Wesley Chapel Elementary School.

This is one of two stone monuments built in the 1930's by FDR's Civilian Conversation Corp. These monuments flank the original entrance of the Wesley Chapel High School, now known as the Wesley Chapel Elementary School.

This is one of two stone monuments built in the 1930's by FDR's Civilian Conversation Corp. These monuments flank the original entrance of the Wesley Chapel High School, now known as the Wesley Chapel Elementary School.

This is absolutely gorgeous!

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