History of Logan County
History of Logan County, West Virginia
This page lists the articles on this website and few external websites about the history of Logan County, West Virginia.
The Old Courthouse Bell at Chief Logan Park
“Boots” was anything but a normal coal miner1934 Logan County1951 – Logan teacher sells $50,000 of War Bonds, wins contestA Gaping Black Mouth – Macbeth 1937A stringent look into the history of Logan CountyAlderson helped elevate Logan to greatnessAltizer Family of ManAracoma Hotel HistoryBattle of Blair MountainBattle of the IslandBits of History and NostalgiaBuffalo Creek Disaster – Feb. 26, 1972Buffalo Creek Flood Disaster – First Hand AccountCity losing another historical structureDark as a Dungeon – Holden, March 8, 1960Death of the Hatfield brothersDevelopment of EducationDirectory of Logan, WV circa 1925Does Mamie Thurman Still Walk Those Hills?Don ChafinDouble, Double, Toil and TroubleEarly Life In Logan CountyEarly Logan Co.: A mighty tough place to liveEnglish credited with discovering coal in Logan Co.Farming and HomesteadsFinal ThoughtsFinding Princess AracomaFloyd D. StollingsFrank Stewart Martin – Logan Bottling CompanyGrowing up with the Company StoreHarris Funeral HomeHarry S. Gay, Jr. – Gay Coal and Coke CompanyHatfield PioneersHenlawson, WVHenry Clay RaglandHistory of Cherry TreeJack Dempsey’s Childhood HomeLogan Co. people with national interestLogan County Featured VideosLogan WildcatsLyburn Mine FireMcDonald Family of Logan CountyMemories of the Hinchman HomeMine WarsMonumental efforts gave us our ‘Doughboy’Mount Gay, WVMy Memories of LoganNumber Please?Old City CemeteryRev. Uncle Dyke GarrettRossmore MineSpiritually reuniting Logan’s pioneer coupleThe Civil War in Logan CountyThe Development of Medicine In Logan CountyThe Doughboy Honors HeroesThe End of an EraThe end the Hatfield political dominanceThe First Logan High SchoolThe historic cemetery in LoganThe Historical Hinchman HouseThe legendary Don ChafinThe little town at the mouth of Buffalo CreekThe Logan Theatre HistoryThe Reverends and the RevenuersThe Train StationThomas Dunn EnglishWilliam Anderson Dingess
1933 Map of Logan County (pdf)
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