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A sign telling us about Anna Wallace being elected Superintendent of Schools for Pocahontas County.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
location: West Virginia
date approved: 7/27/2015
last visited: 7/28/2015
West Virginia (Morgan County) / Maryland
A two sided sign at the West Virginia / Maryland border on RT 51.
date approved: 6/30/2015
last visited: 7/1/2015
Braxton County / Lewis County
A sign telling us where the counties where formed from and who they were named after.
date approved: 6/1/2015
last visited: never
The geographic center of West Virginia.
Tells where Fort Pickens is located.
date approved: 5/22/2015
last visited: 5/23/2015
Tells of the birth of an auditor and a U.S. Senator
Louis Bennett Library
Tells how the building became the library.
Graves of Heroes
Short history of the Butcher Cemetery.
First M. P. Church
Tells about the old Harmony Church
Grant County/Hardy County
A county line marker east of Petersburg.
posted by: Markerman62
date approved: 4/8/2015
last visited: 4/8/2015
A high peak along the county line between Hampshire and Hardy Counties.
A marker about a settler who had three of his children killed by Indians.
Pendleton County/Grant County
One of the county line markers that are located at many county lines throughout the state.
A marker about the nearby Smoke Hole Canyon.
date approved: 3/15/2015
last visited: 3/28/2015
Another marker about Smoke Hole Canyon.
Two future presidents were stationed here.
date approved: 3/14/2015
Where the famed general spent his boyhood.
last visited: 5/21/2015
Fort Upper Tract
A pre-Revolutionary War fort in Pendleton County.
Battle of Pigeon's Roost
A marker near downtown Princeton about the Civil War battle.
Old Judy Church
1848 church building now repurposed as a community center.
A marker depicting Samuel Bingamon's battle against Indians.
A marker about a Revolutionary War fort.
Wells Family Cemetery
A sign telling us of the nearby grave of the founders of the town of Sistersville.
date approved: 1/20/2015
last visited: 1/24/2015
Polecat Oil Well / Big Moses Well
A two sided sign telling us about the history of the Polecat and Big Moses wells that were drilled near here.
A sign telling a brief history and how the town received its name.
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