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[[Category:Towns of the Loup Creek and White Oak Coal Fields]]
 
[[Category:Towns of the Loup Creek and White Oak Coal Fields]]
 
[[Image:Dunloup Creek at Dewitt WV.jpg|thumb|Dunloup Creek at Dewitt, WV]]
 
[[Image:Dunloup Creek at Dewitt WV.jpg|thumb|Dunloup Creek at Dewitt, WV]]
Dewitt was developed as a company owned mining town in the 1910s by the Dewitt Fuel Company. The first coal shipments from the Dewitt coal plant occurred during the year ending June 30, 1916. Dewitt is located along [[Dunloup Creek]], a few miles from [[Thurmond, West Virginia|Thurmond]], in [[Fayette County]]. Dewitt is believed to be so named in honor of Dewitt Clinton Snyder, the father of the mine's owner.
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Dewitt was developed as a company owned mining town in the 1910s by the Dewitt Fuel Company. The first coal shipments from the Dewitt coal plant occurred during the year ending June 30, 1916. Dewitt is located along [[Dunloup Creek]], a few miles from [[Thurmond, West Virginia|Thurmond]], in [[Fayette County]]. Dewitt is believed to be so named in honor of Dewitt Clinton Snyder, the father of the mine's owner, Thomas H. Snyder.
  
 
<h3>Map of Dewitt and Vicinity</h3>
 
<h3>Map of Dewitt and Vicinity</h3>

Revision as of 19:54, 12 April 2013

Dunloup Creek at Dewitt, WV

Dewitt was developed as a company owned mining town in the 1910s by the Dewitt Fuel Company. The first coal shipments from the Dewitt coal plant occurred during the year ending June 30, 1916. Dewitt is located along Dunloup Creek, a few miles from Thurmond, in Fayette County. Dewitt is believed to be so named in honor of Dewitt Clinton Snyder, the father of the mine's owner, Thomas H. Snyder.

Map of Dewitt and Vicinity

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