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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
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
Remains of Dr. Cary Henry Hampton (1754-1840), his son, Dr. Anthony G. Hampton, and daughter-in-law Susannah, are buried in Maple Hill Cemetery. The elder Hampton was born in Buckland, VA, the son of a French and Indian War veteran. In the American . . . — — Map (db m175170) HM
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
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. “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