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Marshall Plane Crash Site Marker image, Touch for more information
By Don Morfe, April 15, 2014
Marshall Plane Crash Site Marker
West Virginia (Wayne County), Huntington — Marshall Plane Crash Site
On Nov 14, 1970, 75 people died in the worst sports related air tragedy in U.S. history, when a Southern Airways DC-9 crashed into the hillside nearby. The victims included 36 Marshall University football players, 9 coaches and administrators, 25 . . . — Map (db m73743) HM
West Virginia (Wayne County), Kenova — Ceredo - Kenova
Ceredo - Founded in 1857 by Eli Thayer of Massachusetts, an Abolition leader, in his plan to create sentiment against slavery in western states. Kenova - named for the meeting place of three states, Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. — Map (db m35202) HM
West Virginia (Wayne County), Kenova — Dreamland Pool
Welcome to Dreamland Pool. Dreamland Pool was first opened in 1926, and the original construction included a three story pavilion. The top floor of the pavilion included a dance floor, where many notable Big Bands played through the 1930s and . . . — Map (db m126082) HM
West Virginia (Wayne County), Kenova — Veterans Administration Hospital
Located one and a half mile south on Spring Valley Drive. Established, 1932, for the care and rehabilitation of American war veterans. A one hundred eighty bed General Medical and Surgical Hospital with dental and outpatient treatment. — Map (db m126064) HM
West Virginia (Wayne County), Kenova — Wayne County / Cabell County
Wayne County. Formed in 1842 from Cabell. Named for General Anthony Wayne, whose victory over the Native Americans in 1794 at Fallen Timbers broke the Western Confederacy and removed the threat of further attacks into western . . . — Map (db m126062) HM
West Virginia (Wayne County), Kenova — West Virginia / Kentucky(Wayne County) /                        
West Virginia. “The Mountain State” — western part of the Commonwealth of Virginia until June 20, 1863. Settled by the Germans and Scotch Irish. It became a line of defense between the English and French during the . . . — Map (db m126080) HM

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