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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pocahontas County, West Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Pocahontas County, West Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Pocahontas County, WV (62) Greenbrier County, WV (72) Pendleton County, WV (44) Randolph County, WV (104) Webster County, WV (18) Bath County, VA (36) Highland County, VA (34)  PocahontasCounty(62) Pocahontas County (62)  GreenbrierCounty(72) Greenbrier County (72)  PendletonCounty(44) Pendleton County (44)  RandolphCounty(104) Randolph County (104)  WebsterCounty(18) Webster County (18)  BathCountyVirginia(36) Bath County (36)  HighlandCounty(34) Highland County (34)
Marlinton is the county seat for Pocahontas County
Adjacent to Pocahontas County, West Virginia
      Greenbrier County (72)  
      Pendleton County (44)  
      Randolph County (104)  
      Webster County (18)  
      Bath County, Virginia (36)  
      Highland County, Virginia (34)  
 
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1West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Blue and Gray / “Travelers’ Repose”
2West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Camp Allegheny
3West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Camp Allegheny — 1861-1862
4West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Camp Allegheny 1861-1862
5West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Camp Bartow — Battle of Greenbrier River — The First Campaign —
6West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Camp Bartow — Springtime Snow and Mud — Jones-Imboden Raid —
7West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike — Crossing the Mountains — Reported missing
8West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — The First Campaign — Civil War Begins in the Mountains of (West) Virginia — The First Campaign —
9West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — The Great Raid — Path of Destruction — Jones-Imboden Raid —
10West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — Travellers Repose — First Respite on a Rugged Road
11West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — War In West Virginia — A Decisive Campaign — The First Campaign —
12West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Bartow — West Virginia / Virginia
13West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Buckeye — Natural History and Heritage — Buckeye
14West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Droop Mountain — Maxon Sand
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15West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Durbin — Cheat Mountain — Dramatic Barrier
16West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Edray — Big Lime
17West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Green Bank — Ewen-Purcell Horn Antenna
18West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 10 Lb. Parrott Rifle
19West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 14th Pennsylvania Cavalry — U.S.A. — Col. James M. Schoonmaker —
20West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 20th Virginia Cavalry — C.S.A. — Col. William Wiley Arnett —
21West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 22nd Virginia Infantry — C.S.A. — Col. George S. Patton —
22West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 23rd Battalion Virginia Infantry — C.S.A. — Maj. William Blessing —
23West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 2nd West Virginia Mounted Infantry — U.S.A. — Lt. Col. Alexander Scott —
24West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 3rd West Virginia Mounted Infantry — U.S.A. — Lt. Col. Francis W. Thompson —
25West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — 8th West Virginia Mounted Infantry — U.S.A. — Col. John H. Oley —
26West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Birthplace of Pearl S. Buck
27West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Chapman’s, Jackson’s, and Lurty’s Virginia Batteries — C.S.A. — Maj. William McLaughlin —
28West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Cranberry Glades
29West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Droop Mountain
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30West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Hillsboro
31West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — John D. Baxter
32West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Lieut. Henry Bender
33West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Major Robert Augustus Bailey
34West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — The Battle At Droop Mountain — November 6, 1863
35West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — The Battle At Droop Mountain — November 6, 1863
36West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — The Battle At Droop Mountain — November 6, 1863
37West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — The Battle of Droop Mountain — November 6, 1863 — Men Killed or Died of Wounds —
38West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Union Camp — Prelude to Battle of Droop Mountain
39West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — White Oak — Quercus alba
40West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — William L. "Mudwall" Jackson — 19th & 20th Virginia Cavalry C.S.A. — November 3-5, 1863 —
41West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hillsboro — Yankee Army Camp — November 5, 1863
42West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Hunterstown — Tuscarora (Clinton) Sand
43West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Huntersville — Huntersville
44West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Huntersville — Huntersville Jail / Presbyterian Church
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45West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Black Mountain Fire
46West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Edray
47West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Frank and Anna Hunter House
48West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Greenbrier Covered Bridge — Vital Crossing
49West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Marlinton
50West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Marlinton: Heritage
51West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — More Than Meets The Eye
52West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Marlinton — Welcome to Pocahontas County
53West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Mill Point — Anna Wallace
54West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Mill Point — Battle Of Mill Point
55West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Mill Point — Mill Point
56West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Minnehaha Springs — Camp Northwest — Jackson’s Huntersville Line
57West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Raintown — A History
58West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Rimel — Rider Gap
59West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Rimel — West Virginia / Virginia
60West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Seebert — A Spectacular Crash! — Greenbrier River Trail
61West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Seebert — Home for a Separatist Community — Greenbrier River Trail
62West Virginia, Pocahontas County, Slatyfork — Lee's Headquarters
 
 
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Mar. 30, 2023