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Preserving Pocahontas

Panoramic view of Camp Watoga, Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 1525. The white stones in front of the flagpole at the left are arranged to spell out the name of the camp. Mr. Sid Neese...

Preserving Pocahontas

Local photographer J. A. Arbogast took this picture of the James Elliott Family at Buffalo Mountain on November 26, 1903. Standing are Elizabeth Probst and James Elliott. Their sons are seated on the large...

Preserving Pocahontas

Students at play during recess at the Raywood School in 1921. The lumber town of Raywood was located on the Greenbrier River about two miles south of Cass. The Warn Lumber Company operated a...

Preserving Pocahontas

A large group of singers performing on stage at the Pocahontas County Fairgrounds at Riverside just north of Marlinton. Men on horses can be seen on the left. Barn and stables are in the...

Preserving Pocahontas

This great photograph from the Pocahontas County Fair in the 1920s comes from Maxie Gum, of Green Bank. It pictures six musicians playing banjos and fiddles under a tree at the Fairgrounds near Marlinton,...

Preserving Pocahontas

Picture postcard of the Dunmore Springs Service Station at Dunmore, W.Va. The proprietor was Mr. J.C. Jones. The picnic shelter at the springs can be seen in the background. Over the bank behind the...

Preserving Pocahontas

The Sutton Funeral Home and Embalming Parlor located along Green Bank Road in Cass. The funeral director was Squire J. B. (James Byron) Sutton. This photo was probably taken around 1910. The funeral...

Preserving Pocahontas

Forester Jim Martin poses beside a large red oak log in this photograph taken December 7, 1979 at the Burruss Lumber Company sawmill at Stillwell near Marlinton. The tree had been cut October...