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Logan County West Virginia Historical Markers

 
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By Forest McDermott, May 23, 2008
Battle of Blair Mountain Marker
West Virginia (Logan County), Blair — Battle of Blair Mountain
In August of 1921, 7000 striking miners led by Bill Blizzard met at Marmet for a march on Logan to organize the southern coalfields for the UMWA. Reaching Blair Mt. on August 31, they were repelled by deputies and mine guards, under Sheriff Don . . . — Map (db m49915) HM
West Virginia (Logan County), Henlawson — Chesapeake & Ohio - 2755 Steam Locomotive
Built by the Lima Locomotive Works in 1947, the C&O 2755 was integral part of the coal mining and railroad industry West Virginia. Retired from C&O Railway service in 1956. Moved to its present location in March 1961. Placed on the National Register . . . — Map (db m49919) HM
West Virginia (Logan County), Henlawson — Chesapeake and Ohio Kanawha Class K-4 Engine 2755
This Model 2700 engine, 55th of the series, was donated to Chief Logan State Park by C&O Railroad and placed on display in March 1961. Engine 2755 was one of 90 such models built in 1947. This particular engine hauled coal, which was mined on . . . — Map (db m49920) HM
West Virginia (Logan County), Logan — Logan
Here was home of Thomas Dunn English, mayor, 1852 to 1857, and author of "Ben Bolt". Aracoma, daughter of Cornstalk and the wife of Bolling Baker, was killed in 1780 attack by settler, and is buried here. — Map (db m49917) HM
West Virginia (Logan County), Man — Buffalo Creek Disaster
One of worst floods in US occurred here 26 February 1972, when Buffalo Mining Co. impoundment dam for mine waste broke, releasing over 130 million gallons of black waste water: killed 125; property losses over $50 million; and thousands left . . . — Map (db m49918) HM
West Virginia (Logan County), Sarah Ann — Hatfield Cemetery
Capt. Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield, 1839-1921, is buried here. He was the leader of his clan in the bitter family feud with the McCoys. A life-sized statue, modeled from photographs and imported from Italy, marks his grave. — Map (db m49912) HM

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