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Monongalia County Formed, 1776, from District of West Augusta. All or parts of 21 other counties, including three in Pennsylvania, were carved from it. Named for the Monongahela River, bearing an Indian name, which means the "River of Caving Ba…
Preston County. Formed from Monongalia in 1818 and named for James Preston, 13th governor of Virginia. Here is model Federal homestead project, sponsored by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the wife of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President. Pennsylv…
Made famous by Brandonville stoves, product of old iron furnaces. Here in 1839 was published one of the early agricultural papers. In the vicinity stood Fort Morris, built before 1774 on the lands of Richard Morris.
Dedicated to All Men and Women Wounded in All our WarsMy Stone is Red for the Blood they Shed. The Medal I Bear is my Country's way to Show they Care. If I could be Seen by all Mankind maybe Peace will Come in My Lifetime.
In the early 1900s, Northern Ireland Railways were at their peak. They allowed fast and efficient transport of goods, mail and promoted local seaside resorts. They also established standard time. From the early 1920s, road and air transport beg…
West Virginia salutes these brave men and women for their gallantry in battle.
John Judy and James Clark settled in this vicinity, 1769. First known as Milford for Morton's Mill, built in 1792. The Greenville Iron Furnace, built about 1815 by Walter Carlile, and the Valley Iron Furnace were not far away.