Boom Times in Pocahontas Think of Pocahontas County and one has to be reminded of.
Thursday, August 30, 1928 Near this place, about two hundred yards up Knapps Creek, the.
Thursday, August 24, 1928 An automobile party from Lucerne, Missouri, composed of J. R. Kellison,.
August 10, 1928 L. S. Cochran gave us a “hand” of hemp, which was grown,.
Thursday, August 3, 1922 Pocahontas Home Coming At the County Fair August 22nd, 1922 Meet.
The Huntersville Road By Andrew Price March 1, 1928 Excerpts … I want to make.
In Memory of William Sharp, Sr. Submitted by the family on the occasion of the.
Thursday, July 12, 1928 STATE PARK DEDICATED BIG CROWD CELEBRATES THE FOURTH ON DROOP Last.
Thursday, July 5, 1928 The will of the late M. S. Woods, of Jacox, was.
June 28, 1928 STATE PARK TO BE DEDICATED ON JULY 4TH The Droop Mountain Battlefield.
Thursday, May 11, 1935 The words of wisdom of Governor John J. Cornwell, as spoken.
Thursday, May 11, 1935 Read the words of wisdom of Governor John J. Cornwell, as.
Thursday, May 2, 1935 continued… Talking about lost men in these mountains, I would say.
Thursday, May 2, 1935 My friend Moody Moore, close observer of things in general and.
Thursday, May 25, 1938 WILD HOGS When we came to Pyles Mountain thirteen years ago,.
Thursday, May 18, 1933 In the big wind storm Monday afternoon, five big sugar trees.
GREENBANK LAND GRANTS October 23, 1934 Continued Now, going back to the lands of the.
GREENBANK LAND GRANTS continued A grant for 44,000 acres was issued to Thomas Wilson in.
GREENBANK LAND GRANTS October 23, 1934 R. W. Brown, Surveyor Greenbank, W. Va. Dear Cal;.
Thursday, April 17, 1930 Trout season opened on Tuesday, and the streams were crowded. Weather.
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