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Historic Landmarks in Wheeling

Historic Landmarks in Wheeling

HISTORIC LANDMARKS

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Zane Log Cabin

Zane Log Cabin, ca. 1905

Fort Henry

The Fort Henry Story, by Klein and Cooper, 1982. Fort Henry Powder house site, ca. 1915  History of Fort Henry from Wingerter's History of Greater Wheeling. 1782 Siege of Ft. Henry from Chronicles of Border Warfare courtesy of Hacker's Creek Pioneer Descendants. The Story of Fort Henry, by A.B. Brooks, from West Virginia History

Monument Place

A history of Monument Place Our biography index. Information about Monument Place is listed under Lydia Boggs. Monument Place, 1900s?Monument Place in the 1920s Postcard of Monument Place Entrance to Monument Place, 1900s Monument Place, 1900s Monument Place, 1998 Henry Clay monument at Monument Place Henry Clay Monument Clay monument and Patterson home

McColloch's Leap Monument

McColloch's Leap, Wheeling, W. Va., 1948; Postcard of McColloch's Leap, 1920s; Plaque on Monument; Look under McColloch in our biography index for more

Wetzel's Cave

Picture of Wetzel's Cave from 1880s; Wetzel's Cave, 1880s; Postcard of Wetzel's Cave, ca. 1910Pictures of Wetzel's Cave from 1970s and later

 


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