- Browse Monuments All of the sites of memory in this collection have been assigned terms designed to help you discover North Carolina’s monuments as well as the history, geographic location, and other helpful information associated with them. Click here to browse monuments by Subject, Decade, County, City, and Monument Type.
- View All Monuments Click here for a complete list of all of the sites of memory that currently exist in the Commemorative Landscapes collection. From this list you can click on a thumbnail image to find the complete information associated with that monument.
- GeoBrowse Via this implementation of UNC Library Systems' Digital Collections Map Browse application, you can see how monuments are spread across the state of North Carolina. Results are displayed in Google Maps. Clicking on one of the blue circles on the map brings you to the Geobrowse interface, where you can link to any of the monuments the collection currently contains for that region.
- Monument Timemap The "Monument Timemap" feature combines temporal (timeline) and spatial (mapping) tools to help users visualize how the North Carolina commemorative landscape has been developed over time. By scrolling along the interactive timeline, pins will appear where monuments have been built during the corresponding time period. By default, only items in the visible range of the timeline are displayed on the map.
- County Map Commemorative Landscapes includes monuments from selected counties within North Carolina. With the County Map, you can easily see which counties have been covered. Clicking on a county brings you to a page with search results for the monuments in that county.
"Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina" includes a variety of options for searching the collection. Scroll over the five explore options on the left to see a brief description of each or click through and begin discovering and learning about the monuments of North Carolina. For a more targeted search, enter a term in the "Search" field in the main navigation above.