A general West Virginia time-line that incorporates a long history of labor strife.
Approximately one hundred community histories were published in Morgantown in the 1920s and 30s. The West Virginia State Archives library currently holds fifty-eight of these histories, which are presented here.
A history of Mount Hope, West Virginia with numerous historic photographs of the coal mines, railroads, and people that helped develop the town during the late-1800's.
Includes Kinfolk, Pop Troy's Anthology and Reclaimed Memories. Features memories, folklore, history and stories of the early 1900's around Creston, Elizabeth and Parkersburg.
Dedicated to the cataloging and preservation of the historic iron furnaces in West Virginia. View furnace list, resources, and contact information.
Article from the West Virginia History Journal.
General information about its resources, policies, databases and services. Includes hours and directions to location in Morgantown.
Offers detailed information on the state's history, outlines the documents available in the State Archives, and provides assistance in conducting genealogical research.
Includes a timeline of women's history, selected short biographies, and links to additional readings on women's history.
Detailed examination of women's rights in West Virginia from WV History Journal.
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