Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County – 1901 By William T. Price Natural Features and Social.
Q. Where in Pocahontas County was a federal prison camp from 1938 to 1959? A..
Q. What year were Hillsboro, Marlinton and Green Bank high schools consolidated into Pocahontas County.
Q. What is the common name for Rt. 150? A. Scenic Highway Q. When was.
Q. Where was the first CCC camp in Pocahontas County? A. Thornwood, followed shortly by.
Q. What national program during the Great Depression made jobs for young men who planted.
Q. What kind of logs were floated in the log drives on Knapps Creek and.
Q. What railroad went the length of the county from Durbin to Caldwell in Greenbrier.
Q. What state park has strange and interesting rock formations with holes that could serve.
Q. Name the major Indian trail through Pocahontas County. A. Seneca or Warrior’s Trail Q..
Q. What Boy Scout Reservation was established in Pocahontas County in 1960? A. Buckskin Scout.
Q. What three turnpikes were built through Pocahontas County between 1836 and 1849? A. Staunton-Parkersburg,.
Q. What was the population of Pocahontas County in the 2010 census? A. 8,719. Q..
Q. What is the highest point in Pocahontas County? A. Bald Knob at an altitude.
Q. What is the oldest church building in Pocahontas County and where is it? A..
Q. What battle fought in Pocahontas County was the most extensive Civil War conflict in.
Q. Name the places in Pocahontas County where Robert E. Lee had temporary headquarters in.
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