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 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

This replica of a pioneer home was built by T. S. McNeel and displayed at the Pocahontas County Fair in 1927. Mr. McNeel is pictured here with his exhibit. T. S. McNeel was elected...

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

Edward Lewis Faulknier, at age 6, pulling a sled of snow on Rt. 39 in Huntersville. The Harry and Madeline McComb house is seen in the background as is the Huntersville Presbyterian Church. Eddie...

Preserving Pocahontas

View at Beard, looking to the north, showing the unusual two-story depot, water tank and coaling platform. The Beard Depot, an agency station and telegraph office with call BA. was located at Milepost 38.48 on...

Preserving Pocahontas

Mr. C. J. Richardson and Maggie Hammons at the Richardson’s fishing camp near Tea Creek and the Williams River. Photo courtesy of Betty Rae Weiford, ID PHP001799 Access the “Preserving Pocahontas” Digital Library at www.pocahontaspreservation.org...