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in West Virginia Historical Markers
Dual message marker at the state border
posted by: vhasler
location: West Virginia
date approved: 8/14/2014
last visited: never
Monongalia High School
A sign telling us a brief history of the African American high school located in Monongalia county.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
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
The Civil War / Confederate Cemetery
A two sided sign telling us how many men were furnished by the area for the Civil war and telling us about the cross shaped grave of unclaimed bodies of Confederate soldiers.
A sign telling us the name of the Fort that once stood here.
Greenbrier College / Greenbrier Hall
A two sided sign giving us a brief history of the College that once was located here.
Greenbrier Military School
A sign telling us a short history of the school that the buildings were used during the Civil War.
Mathew Arbuckle / Col. John Stuart
A two sided sign telling about Mathew Arbuckle guiding General Andrew Lewis and about Col. John Stuart as a military and civil leader.
A sign telling us who settled here in 1769.
last visited: 8/5/2014
Everettville Mine Disaster
A sign telling us how 97 coal miners lost their lives.
date approved: 5/1/2014
Lavinia Norman, Founder Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
A brief history of Lavinia Norman.
date approved: 4/14/2014
last visited: 4/19/2014
Waugh Flour Mills
A sign telling us about the early flour mills in the area.
date approved: 4/10/2014
last visited: 4/11/2014
Bethany Turnpike Tunnels
A sign telling about the first highway tunnels west of the Alleghenies.
Grimes Golden Apple
Notes the location of the first Grimes Golden Apple tree.
Interesting facts about Colonel Fleming and Thomas Allen.
date approved: 4/4/2014
A sign telling us about the Home of John Augustine Washington.
date approved: 3/24/2014
last visited: 3/29/2014
A sign telling us who built the home here in 1820.
Star Lodge No. 1 / Old Stone House
A two sided sign telling us about one of the oldest buildings in Charles Town and the fact that two African-American organizations bought the building.
A short text about defiance toward Lord Dunmore in 1775.
last visited: 3/22/2014
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