History of Logan County

This page lists the articles on this website and few external websites about the history of Logan County, West Virginia.

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History of Logan County, West Virginia

  • 1934 Logan County
  • 1951 – Logan teacher sells $50,000 of War Bonds, wins contest
  • A Gaping Black Mouth – Macbeth 1937
  • Alderson helped elevate Logan to greatness
  • Altizer Family of Man
  • Aracoma Hotel History
  • Battle of Blair Mountain
  • Battle of the Island
  • Bits of History and Nostalgia
  • Buffalo Creek Disaster – Feb. 26, 1972
  • Buffalo Creek Flood Disaster – First Hand Account
  • City Cemetery
  • City losing another historical structure
  • DARK AS A DUNGEON – Holden, March 8, 1960
  • Development of Education
  • Directory of Logan, WV circa 1925
  • Does Mamie Thurman Still Walk Those Hills?
  • Don Chafin
  • Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
  • Early Life In Logan County
  • Early Logan Co.: A mighty tough place to live
  • English credited with discovering coal in Logan Co.
  • Farming and Homesteads
  • FINAL THOUGHTS
  • Floyd D. Stollings
  • Frank Stewart Martin – Logan Bottling Company
  • Growing up with the Company Store
  • Harris Funeral Home
  • Harry S. Gay, Jr. – Gay Coal and Coke Company
  • Hatfield Pioneers
  • Henlawson, WV
  • Henry Clay Ragland
  • History of Cherry Tree
  • Jack Dempsey’s Childhood Home
  • Logan Co. people with national interest
  • Logan County Videos
  • Logan Wildcats
  • LYBURN MINE FIRE
  • McDonald Family of Logan County
  • Memories of the Hinchman Home
  • Mount Gay, WV
  • My Memories of Logan
  • NUMBER PLEASE?
  • Rev. Uncle Dyke Garrett
  • Rossmore Mine
  • The Development of Medicine In Logan County
  • The Doughboy Honors Heroes
  • THE END OF AN ERA
  • The First Logan High School
  • The historic cemetery in Logan
  • THE HISTORICAL HINCHMAN HOUSE
  • The legendary Don Chafin
  • The little town at the mouth of Buffalo Creek
  • The Logan Theatre History
  • THE REVERENDS AND THE REVENUERS
  • The Train Station
  • Thomas Dunn English
  • William Anderson Dingess
  • 1933 Map of Logan County (pdf)

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