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Preserving Pocahontas

  A group of unidentified young women are seen standing on the front steps at the Huntersville School. The photograph was probably taken in the late 1920s. Please contact Preserving Pocahontas if you can identify...

Preserving Pocahontas

          A fine team of horses, Dixie on the left and Master Jack on the right, pulls a wagon on its approach to the wooden bridge crossing the Greenbrier River in Marlinton. The photo was...

Preserving Pocahontas

Portrait of the Winters Sutton Family of Green Bank, W.Va. taken in the very early 1900s. Courtesy of Craig Ashford, ID: PHP002350 Access the “Preserving Pocahontas” Digital Library at www.pocahontaspreservation.org or www.preservingpocahontas.org If you have...

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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Gretchen Edith Elliott holding her pet cat near the Elliott homeplace at Boyer Crossing. The daughter of Rufus H. and Clemma Grogg Elliott, Gretchen was born at Winterburn on May 31, 1913 and passed...

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This page from the Mt. Zion Church Record of Scholars shows the membership list as recorded on May 24, 1914. The record includes name, age and gender. Names are as follows: W. H. Dilley,...

Preserving Pocahontas

The Locust Creek Bridge is the only covered bridge still standing in Pocahontas County. The bridge is a segment of the original road established by pioneers, linking Pocahontas and Greenbrier counties. It spans Locust...

Preserving Pocahontas

This year’s Christmas card comes from the Nowlin Sheets Family and pictures the Huntersville Methodist Church in 1955. Look closely to the left and you will see the Huntersville School. Preserving Pocahontas wishes you...