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A log landing on Cheat Mountain near Cass in the winter of 1910. Look closely and you will see workers and one team of horses on the road above the landing. Pocahontas Co. Historical...

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Portrait of baby Alonzo James Elliott taken at Winterburn in 1912. He was born there on December 6, 1911 to Rufus Hobbs and Clemma Grogg Elliott, of Boyer. Courtesy of Donald Black, ID: PHP003041 Access...

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Two teams of horses pull a farm wagon through a snow dusted field at Academy (Hillsboro) in 1910. The driver and exact location are unknown. This photo is from a picture postcard that was...

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Camp foreman Billy Buckingham is seen in this photograph taken in December 1910. The scene is on Cheat Mountain as the horses are pulling a trail of logs into the landing at Camp 15....

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This year’s Christmas card comes from the The Grady K. Moore family. It pictures the home of Grady and Noble Moore on Rt. 39, Hamilton Hill, in Marlinton in 1955. Most of us remember...

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Third grade class at Durbin Graded School, 1938-1939. Bottom row, left to right: Mary Edna Wimer, Green Arbogast, Jack Lambert, Unknown, Richard Gainer, Lake Sutton, Jakey Hull. Second row, l-r: Vernon Colaw ?, Archie...

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Loggers are working with a team of horses on a log landing at Camp No. 9 in northern Pocahontas County. Pocahontas Co. Historical Society Collection, ID: PHS000095 Access the “Preserving Pocahontas” Digital Library at www.pocahontaspreservation.org...

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Portrait of Charles Clark Carter at four years of age in Marlinton, W.Va. He was born April 24, 1904 to Marvin Clark Carter and Levia Jane Gibson Carter. He was the brother of Georgia...