HOME>SOUTHERN WV>POCAHONTAS COALFIELD>GARY . GARY, WV. Gary, named after U.S. Steel Chairman Judge Elbert Gary, was the crown jewel in U.S. Steel's mining empire (though the people in Lynch, KY may disagree).
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Housed in the West Virginia University's Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, the Royce J. & Caroline B. Watts Museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history of West Virginia's coal and petroleum industries.
After thoughts . More on beef, food, farm life and economics.. 98. June 10, 2014. My writing for this blog has become less frequent for the last couple of years because of the invasion of the shale drilling industry, which now occupies most of my free time.
Growing Up in the Coal Filled Hollows of West Virginia
Wonderful!! I started seeing memories just running across my visonary tract!!! My Daddy was a COAL MINER, Olga Coal Co, Coalwood, WV (McDowell Co); he was raised in Marytown and my mother was from Capels, WV.
Insulator Companies and their History - R=Infinity
Insulator Companies . List Includes U. S. and Foreign Companies. and Company Catalogs in the Files of the. Insulator Research Service. R=∞ Home The original company listing was put together as a searching guide for a research trip to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum catalog archives in August 2006.
West Virginia (/ v ər ˈ dʒ ɪ n i ə / ( listen)) is a state located in the Appalachian region of the Southern United States. It is bordered by Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Ohio to the northwest, and Pennsylvania and Maryland to the northeast.
West Virginia's official flag was adopted in 1929. The flag has a white field surrounded by blue. The state seal is encircled by a garland of the state flower (rhododendron), in the center of the flag. The seal pictures two men (a farmer and a miner) around a rock bearing the date June 20, 1863 (the ...