The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Tu-Endie-Wei State Park
Point Pleasant Battle Monument State Park (map), or Tu-Endie-Wei, in Mason County, at Point Pleasant, WV, memorializes the Battle of Point Pleasant fought with Chief Cornstalk in 1774, a decisive conflict during the Indian Wars. At the confluence of the Ohio and Kanawha rivers, Tu-Endie-Wei is a Wyandotte word that means "point between two waters" or "the mingling of the waters."
Recreation: public green
Highlights: Battle Monument; Mansion House Museum
PO Box 486, Point Pleasant, WV 25550 / Phone: (304) 675-0869