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The contributions made by North Carolina women mathematicians to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will be commemorated with a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker.

A North Carolina Highway Historical Marker soon will recognize the first woman chief justice of the N.C. Supreme Court.

The marker commemorating the life of Susie Marshall Sharp will be placed in Reidsville, N.C., near the site of her residence Friday, Sept. 29.

A North Carolina Highway Historical Marker soon will be placed recognizing the efforts made at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill to train officers, pilots, and cadets during World War II.

A notorious 1830 state Supreme Court decision often cited by abolitionists in the 1850s soon will be commemorated with a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker.

The life of a prominent religious and educational leader during the late 1800s will be recognized with a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker.

The life of a major figure in the African American civil rights movement from North Carolina will be recognized with a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker.

The marker commemorating Robert Franklin Williams will be unveiled during a ceremony on Aug. 26 in his hometown.

The life of a pioneering figure among African American Baptists in North Carolina will be recognized with a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker.

Carolista Fletcher Baum, a fearless advocate for environmental preservation, will be recognized with a North Carolina Highway Historical Marker for her pivotal role in safeguarding the iconic Jockey's Ridge on the Outer Banks.

The North Carolina American Indian Heritage Commission is pleased to announce that the North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program recently approved highway historical markers for nine American Indian sites in North Carolina.