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Bethany Turnpike Tunnels
in West Virginia Historical Markers
A sign telling about the first highway tunnels west of the Alleghenies.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
location: West Virginia
date approved: 4/10/2014
last visited: 4/11/2014
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
last visited: 4/19/2014
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
Marshall Memorial Boulevard
A sign telling us about the many lives lost in the 1970 plane crash.
date approved: 3/18/2014
last visited: 3/20/2014
date approved: 3/17/2014
Marker giving brief history of West Liberty, West Virginia.
posted by: BruceS
date approved: 3/11/2014
last visited: never
Campbell Cemetery - Bethany, West Virginia
Marker for historic cemetery where many members of the Campbell family and early leaders of the Disciples of Christ and Bethany College are buried.
date approved: 3/7/2014
last visited: 4/8/2014
Alexander Campbell - Bethany, West Virginia
Marker about religious leader of the Disciples of Christ and his former home near Bethany, West Virginia.
Bethany - Rice's Fort
Marker giving early history of Bethany, West Virginia.
date approved: 3/4/2014
Bethany - Bethany College
Marker giving brief history of the town of Bethany and Bethany College.
Maker giving history of wharf area in Wellsburg, West Virginia.
date approved: 2/27/2014
Marker for historic tavern now museum in Wellsburg, West Virginia.
date approved: 2/25/2014
A sign telling about the ambush of Captain William Forman.
date approved: 2/19/2014
last visited: 3/1/2014
Near here the B & O Railroad joined the Baltimore and Wheeling railroad.
George Washington owned 587 acres here, sold it in 1798.
Site of John Baker blockhouse and the near by graves him and Jon Wetzel.
Zachary Taylor / George Rogers Clark
A sign telling a short history of things George Rogers Clark did here, and Zachary Taylor's steamer became blocked by ice here.
A sign telling about the famous line between free and slave states.
Adena Burial Mound
A sign telling about the vast number of burial mounds how they were destroyed.
date approved: 2/18/2014
Marshall County / Wetzel County
A two sided sign telling where the counties were formed from and who they were named after.
A sign giving a short history of the Van Camp family in this area.
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