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

Park Superintendent Napoleon “Nap” Holbrook with his son, Ralph, and daughter, Carole, as they are tearing down the old pump house at Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park. Courtesy of Mike Smith, Former Supt., ID:...

Preserving Pocahontas

The “main business section” of Marlinton, W.Va. looking east from the bridge crossing the Greenbrier River. Pocahontas Memorial Hospital is on the left. Look closely and you can see the laundry hanging on the...

Preserving Pocahontas

A beautiful winter scene in the small town of Arbovale. The Methodist Church and a number of store buildings can be seen in the distance. Pocahontas Co. Historical Society Collection, ID: PHS000760 Access the...

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Five children of Kenny Franklin Elliott and Maggie J. Gum at Brush Run in Boyer, W.Va. Left to right: Harriet, Leonard, Greely, Thelma and Sterl. Courtesy of Donnie Black, ID: PHP003185 Access the “Preserving...

Preserving Pocahontas

Brothers Ambrose, Bryan and Dick Hill at Lobelia in 1895. The portrait is from the Florence Miriam Hill Morgan Photograph Album. Courtesy of Joe Hollandsworth, ID: PHP000011 Access the “Preserving Pocahontas” Digital Library at...

Preserving Pocahontas

This rare photograph takes us to an unknown hillside in Pocahontas County where a group of Masons are processing to perform the burial ritual for a deceased brother. If you look closely you may...

Preserving Pocahontas

This aeriAl view of Clover Lick was photographed by Harvey Bright from the hillside overlooking the town. Clover Lick is located on the Greenbrier River 10 miles north of Marlinton and 2 miles south...
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