No North - No South Monument
Description: This monument, erected in 1903, commemorates the spirit of unity that was present during the American Revolutionary War in hopes of providing healing after the American Civil War. It commemorates two heroes of the American Revolution: George Washington (from the South) and Nathanael Greene (from the North), who fought in the South, notably in Greensboro. The monument consists of a squat granite obelisk atop a square base. It is inscribed on all four sides.
Nickname: Washington-Greene Marker
North face: 1776
East face: NO NORTH / WASHINGTON
South face: 1903
West face: NO SOUTH / GREENE
Dedication date: 7/4/1903
Materials & Techniques: Granite
Sponsor: Guilford Battleground Company
Unveiling & Dedication: This monument was dedicated at the same time as the King's Mountain Marker. The Oration was given by Col. W. A. Henderson of Tennessee on the topic of "Heroes of King's Mountain." The Gulf State Historical Magazine deemed it an unremarkable speech.
Landscape: This monument is located in the Guilford Courthouse Military Park in Guilford County. It is within sight of at least three other monuments.
Subjects: Civil War,Revolutionary War