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A marker about the nearby Smoke Hole Canyon.
posted by: Markerman62
location: West Virginia
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.
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.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
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.
A sign telling us how the town received its name.
Monongalia County / Pennsylvania
A two sided sign telling us what Monongalia County and Pennsylvania were named after.
date approved: 11/3/2014
last visited: 11/4/2014
A West Virginia Historical marker placed by the West Virginia Department of Archives and History in 1979 in Iaeger.
posted by: Manville Possum Hunters
date approved: 9/1/2014
last visited: never
A West Virginia Historical Marker placed by the Department of Culture and History in 1979 anong US 52 near the junction with County Route 13, west of Gilbert
Dual message marker at the state border
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 8/14/2014
last visited: 9/4/2014
Monongalia High School
A sign telling us a brief history of the African American high school located in Monongalia county.
date approved: 8/3/2014
last visited: 8/4/2014
Fayette County / Raleigh County
A two sided sign telling us where these two counties were formed from.
date approved: 7/8/2014
last visited: 7/9/2014
Gen. Robert E. Lee
A sign telling us about General Robert E. Lee receiving his famous war horse "Traveler" while camped here.
date approved: 5/19/2014
last visited: 5/20/2014
United Methodist Church / Meadow River Lumber Company
A two sided sign telling us about the church structure being built of chestnut wood, and a brief history of the Lumber Company.
Andrew & Charles Lewis March
A sign telling us about a march of the American Colonial army and the out come of the battle at Point Pleasant.
Border Heroes / Fort Donnally
A two sided sign telling us about Fort Donnally and the attacks upon it.
Welsh Cemetery / Pontiac's War
A two sided sign telling us of the massacres that occurred near here.
A sign telling us about the zones that produce oil and natural gas in West Virginia.
date approved: 5/14/2014
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