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in West Virginia Historical Markers
A sign telling of the first land that George Washington owned in West Virginia.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
location: West Virginia
date approved: 6/21/2016
last visited: 6/23/2016
White House Farm
A sign telling us of the oldest standing stone barn in West Virginia.
Tells the use of the church during he civil war.
date approved: 3/21/2016
last visited: 3/20/2016
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church
Tells of the last Lutheran horseback circuit rider.
St. Matthew Lutheran Church
A sign telling us a brief history of the local church congregation.
By King's Command
A sign telling us to stop settlements west of these mountains.
A sign telling us of the vast tract of land owned by Lord Fairfax.
A sign telling us about the Native Americans attack on his home.
Grant County / Mineral County
A sign telling us from where the two counties were formed.
A sign telling us some of the buildings established by George Washington.
A accounting of the last Native American attack in Webster County.
date approved: 2/16/2016
last visited: never
Jimtown / Phillips Cemetery
A two sided side telling us a short history of JimTown and the near by Phillips Cemetery.
date approved: 2/8/2016
last visited: 2/9/2016
Randolph County / Upshur County
A two sided sign telling us from where the two counties were formed.
William v. Board of Education Case
A sided telling us about a early court case for equal pay and an early African American lawyer.
Copley No. 1 Well
A sign telling us about the largest oil producing well in West Virginia.
Doddridge County / Gilmer County
A two sided side at the county line telling us from where the counties were formed.
A sign telling us who commanded Fort Greenbrier.
date approved: 1/13/2016
last visited: 1/13/2016
A sign telling us of the battles Mike Foster fought in.
Dr. Henry Lake Dickason
A sign telling us how Dr Henry served to lead Colleges.
date approved: 1/12/2016
Grave of Elizabeth Graham Stodghill
A sign telling us about how Elizabeth was captured and returned.
Mann~Miller / Springfiled
A two signed sign telling us about the Mann, Miller families and the community of Springfield.
A sing telling us some of the history of Joseph and his sons.
First Corn Club
A sign telling us how 4-H Clubs got their name.
William Porcher Miles
A sign telling us what William did during the Civil War.
A sign telling us how the area was named and some background information.
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