Index of Articles and Photo Galleries about Logan County
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1916 West Virginia Advertisements1921 Blair Mountain Battle Newspaper Clipping1934 Logan County1950s Era Merry-Go-Round1951 – Logan teacher sells $50,000 of War Bonds, wins contest2012 Logan County Vintage Photo Contest24 Miners Rescued – May 1958A Gaping Black MouthA Genealogist’s Poem by Mel OshinsA TIME TO WEEP – Bartley 1940A TRIP BACK IN TIMEAltizer Family of ManAlways Home, West VirginiaANOTHER DAY OLDER . . . AND DEEPER IN DEBTAracoma Hotel FireAracoma Hotel HistoryBattle of Blair MountainBattle of the IslandBiography of Benjamin Otto HollandBiography of Bruce Leonard HollandBits of HistoryBlack BottomBlair, WVBLUEGRASS RULESBuffalo Creek Disaster – Feb. 26, 1972Buffalo Creek Flood Disaster – First Hand AccountChief Logan State ParkCity CemeteryCity of Logan unsure of bones’ statusCity ViewCity View CemeteryCoal BranchCrooked Creek & Peach Creek CemeteriesDanny M. Greene Memorial BridgeDARK AS A DUNGEON – Holden 1960DEATH COMES A KNOCKING – Willow Grove, Ohio 1940DEHUE PAST AND PRESENTDehue, WVDillon Descendant OutlineDOES MAMIE THURMAN STILL WALK THOSE HILLS?Don ChafinDouble, Double, Toil and TroubleDrive-Ins and TheatersFamily Feudin’!!!FAMILY TRADITIONFarming and HomesteadsFINAL THOUGHTSFlood of 67Floyd D. StollingsFOOTPRINTS IN THE SANDS OF TIMEFrank HutchisonFrank Stewart Martin – Logan Bottling CompanyGetting To Know Our AncestorsGOODBYE MY DARLIN’ HELLO VIETNAMHarris Funeral HomeHarry S. Gay, Jr. – Gay Coal and Coke CompanyHarts Creek, WVHaslam Family Monaville, WVHaslam Family Photos and PostcardsHatfield PioneersHenlawson, WVHenry Clay RaglandHigh Iron In The HillsHinchman CemeteryHistory of Logan CountyHolden, WVI almost drowned once…I’ll Give You a House and 3 Rooms of Furniture, if You’ll Marry Me.Jack Dempsey’s Childhood HomeJoanna’s (West) Virginia Genealogy PageJohn E. Thompson CemeteryLandau Eugene Murphy, Jr.LETTERS FROM THE LOGAN COUNTY HONOR ROLLLITTLE EGYPT LOST – HAVACO MINE – JANUARY 15, 1946Logan and Lincoln County Vietnam CasualtiesLogan County Genealogical SocietyLogan County MemoriesLOGAN COUNTY PEOPLE AND PLACESLogan County PhotosLogan County TidbitsLogan County VideosLogan County WV GenealogyLogan County WV WWII PlaneLogan County, WV Communities and TownsLogan WildcatsLook Before You LeapLorenzo Dow ThompsonLost In Chief Logan State ParkLYBURN MINE FIREMan CemeteryMan, WVMassey/Massie Descendant OutlineMemories of the Hinchman HomeMiss Softball AmericaMonahill MemoriesMonaville WV Grade SchoolMorrison’s Drive-InnMount Gay, WVMounts CemeteryMy Coal Miner PepawMy Life by Millard Porter Jr.My Logan County RootsNUMBER PLEASE?Omar, WVOur Day In The Sun – A Coal Miner’s PoemOUR FAMILY ALBUM AND STORIESPART TWO, THE MAMIE STORY CONTINUES – THE TRIALPeach Creek, WVPreserving Your Family PhotosRecollectionsReunionsRev. Uncle Dyke GarrettRossmore MineRum Creek, WVRunnin’ the TV LineSally Wall — Logan’s Oldest and Best Curb GirlScaggs CemeterySCHOOL DAZESchool PhotosSidney B. Lawson, MDSNOW BIRDSThe Development of Medicine In Logan CountyThe Doughboy Honors HeroesTHE END OF AN ERAThe First Logan High SchoolThe Greatest School Year EverTHE HISTORICAL HINCHMAN HOUSEThe Last Time I Was Ever on a Swinging BridgeThe Logan Theatre HistoryTHE REVERENDS AND THE REVENUERSThe Train StationThomas Dunn EnglishThompson 1840-54 Land Surveys for Logan CountyThompson Descendant ListTHOMPSON/PATTON/OSBORNE FAMILY HISTORYThrill-Mad MonsterTIMES HAVE CHANGED!TRAGEDY AT BURNING SPRINGS – Kermit 1951Unknown FacesUp the Creek Without a PaddleUpper Big Branch Mine Disaster – April 5, 2010Wavolene’s LetterWHERE HAVE THE DAYS OF OUR LIVES GONE?White CemeteryWhites AdditionWilliam Anderson DingessYOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN
Documentation1916 West Virginia Advertisements1950s Era Merry-Go-Round1951 – Logan teacher sells $50,000 of War Bonds, wins contest2012 Logan County Vintage Photo Contest24 Miners Rescued – May 1958Always Home, West VirginiaBattle of Blair MountainBlack BottomBlair, WVBLUEGRASS RULESChief Logan State ParkCity of Logan unsure of bones’ statusCoal BranchDanny M. Greene Memorial BridgeDehue, WVDrive-Ins and TheatersFAMILY TRADITIONFlood of 67GOODBYE MY DARLIN’ HELLO VIETNAMHarts Creek, WVHaslam Family Monaville, WVHaslam Family Photos and PostcardsHenlawson, WVHistory of Logan CountyI almost drowned once…I’ll Give You a House and 3 Rooms of Furniture, if You’ll Marry Me.Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.LETTERS FROM THE LOGAN COUNTY HONOR ROLLLOGAN COUNTY PEOPLE AND PLACESLogan County PhotosLogan County VideosLogan County WV WWII PlaneLook Before You LeapLost In Chief Logan State ParkMan, WVMiss Softball AmericaMonaville WV Grade SchoolMorrison’s Drive-InnMount Gay, WVMy Coal Miner PepawOmar, WVOur Day In The Sun – A Coal Miner’s PoemOUR FAMILY ALBUM AND STORIESPeach Creek, WVPreserving Your Family PhotosReunionsRum Creek, WVRunnin’ the TV LineSCHOOL DAZESchool PhotosSNOW BIRDSThe Greatest School Year EverThe Last Time I Was Ever on a Swinging BridgeThrill-Mad MonsterTIMES HAVE CHANGED!Unknown FacesUp the Creek Without a PaddleUpper Big Branch Mine Disaster – April 5, 2010Whites Addition
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