“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Fort Ashby, West Virginia

Clickable Map of Mineral County, West Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Mineral County, WV (65) Grant County, WV (32) Hampshire County, WV (76) Hardy County, WV (43) Allegany County, MD (292) Garrett County, MD (133)  MineralCounty(65) Mineral County (65)  GrantCounty(32) Grant County (32)  HampshireCounty(76) Hampshire County (76)  HardyCounty(43) Hardy County (43)  AlleganyCountyMaryland(292) Allegany County (292)  GarrettCounty(133) Garrett County (133)
Keyser is the county seat for Mineral County
Fort Ashby is in Mineral County
      Mineral County (65)  
      Grant County (32)  
      Hampshire County (76)  
      Hardy County (43)  
      Allegany County, Maryland (292)  
      Garrett County, Maryland (133)  
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1West Virginia (Mineral County), Fort Ashby — American Discovery TrailThe nation's first coast-to-coast non-motorized recreation trail
What is the American Discovery Trail? The American Discovery Trail (ADT) is a project administered by the American Discovery Trail society to develop our nation's first coast-to-coast, multi-use hiking trail. It connects people to large cities, . . . Map (db m19342) HM
2West Virginia (Mineral County), Fort Ashby — Fort Ashby
Erected in 1755 by Lieut. John Bacon under orders from George Washington and garrisoned with twenty-one men. Lieut. Robert Rutherford, with company of Rangers, was defeated here, August, 1756, by the French and Indians. Fort was named for Col. John . . . Map (db m19340) HM
3West Virginia (Mineral County), Fort Ashby — Fort Ashby
Fort Ashby, one in the chain of Indian forts built by George Washington, 1755. sharp fighting here 1756. in 1794, troops under Gen. Daniel Morgan camped here on their way to suppress Whiskey Rebellion. Fort restored by W.P.A., 1939.Map (db m19341) HM
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Oct. 1, 2022