On Paint Creek Road (Local Route 83) at Holly Grove Drive (Local Route 83/2), on the right when traveling north on Paint Creek Road.
Armor-plated train used against striking miners during the Paint
Creek-Cabin Creek Strike. On February 7, 1913, coal operator Quin Morton, Sheriff Bonner Hill, and several railroad men and deputies, armed with rifles and machine gun, rode train . . . — — Map (db m137833) HM
On Paint Creek Road (Local Route 83) at Holly Grove Drive, on the right when traveling north on Paint Creek Road.
The town of Holly Grove first came into prominence during the 1912-1913 coal strike and mine war. This was the location of a major tent colony that was established when the Paint Creek miners were evicted from their homes by the coal companies. Fred . . . — — Map (db m137834) HM