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  • ...he Kanawha River, opposite part of the City of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]. The town site was platted by M. W. Venable and his son for the Kanaw ==<h2>South Charleston, WV</h2>==
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  • [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]<br/> [[South Charleston, West Virginia|South Charleston, WV]]<br/>
    4 KB (498 words) - 17:49, 1 June 2012
  • '''County Seat''': [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]<br/> [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]<br/>
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  • ...ltural markets. Its economy is tied to that of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston]], to the southeast, and [[Huntington, West Virginia|Huntington]], to the s ...outh, is located along the I-64 corridor between the metropolitan areas of Charleston and Huntington, WV. The county is otherwise almost entirely rural.
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  • [[Image:South-charleston-mound-1920s.jpg|thumb|Circa 1920s photo of the South Charleston Mound]][[Image:Criel_Mound_2011.JPG|thumb|Mound photographed in 2011]] ...Virginia|South Charleston, WV]], the Criel Mound, also known as the South Charleston Mound, is the second largest Adena mound in West Virginia. It is believed t
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  • ...southeast of Ashland, KY; and 50 miles west of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]. The C&O line connecting Huntington to [[Charleston, West Virginia |Charleston]] was opened in 1871, and by 1872 the line was completed as far as Kanawha
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  • ...nia|Bluefield, WV]], and 55 miles southeast of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]. ...eckley,-WV Wildwood Cemetery], where Beckley was buried, is located across South Kanawha Street (originally the first route through the area), but the histo
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  • New River is formed by the union of its north and south forks in Watauga County, North Carolina (NC). From this junction, the New f ...fty conical mounds]] along the New-Kanawha River, in the area just west of Charleston, WV. Obviously, the native inhabitants had been aware of the existence of N
    9 KB (1,369 words) - 13:55, 1 March 2011
  • ....google.com/books?id=ijMJVb9uNVgC&pg=PA97 Slavery in the American Mountain South]'', the Giles, Fayette and Kanawha Turnpike used slaves for road constructi ...orth at [[Kanawha Falls]], and the Wilderness Road, which it joined in the south at Giles Courthouse (present-day Pearisburg). Its route was planned by reno
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  • ...town was officially changed to Charleston in 1818. See: [[The Founding of Charleston]] ...nel Andrew Lewis and his company of troops reached the site of present-day Charleston on Sept. 21, 1774, in route to the [[Battle of Point Pleasant]].
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  • ...up of Charleston in 1912. Dunbar was named for Dunbar Baines, a prominent Charleston banker and lawyer. The town is located on the north side of the [[Kanawha R ...rginia|South Charleston, WV]]; 7 miles west of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]; 8 miles east of [[St. Albans, West Virginia|St. Albans, WV]] ; 10 mi
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  • ...cape. West Virginia's largest lake, [[Summersville Lake]], is located just south of the town. ...t Virginia|Beckley, WV]]; and 72 miles east of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]].
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  • ...ttle Kanawha River]], [[Tygart River]], and Cheat River basins, and on the south and west by the [[Gauley River|Gauley]] and [[Greenbrier River|Greenbrier]] ...a]] counties, joining the [[Kanawha River]] at [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]. Its drainage area is about 1,550 square miles.
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  • ...miles north of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]; and 42 miles south of [[Parkersburg, West Virginia|Parkersburg, WV]]
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  • ...he Kanawha River, opposite part of the City of [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]. The town site was platted by M. W. Venable and his son for the Kanaw ==<h2>South Charleston, WV</h2>==
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  • ...Charleston, WV]]; 10 miles west of [[South Charleston, West Virginia|South Charleston, WV]] ; and 40 miles east of [[Huntington, West Virginia|Huntington, WV]]. ...on of Yeager Airport : '''[http://www.wvamaps.com/airports/index.php?place=Charleston&state=WV&lon=-81.6328&lat=38.3497&pop=53421&county=Kanawha&elev=606 Map]'''
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  • ...Dunbar. The Dunbar Mound in Shawnee Park and the [[Criel Mound]] in South Charleston are all that remain today of these prehistoric works.
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  • ...d the original townsite. Kanawha County Route No. 21 (CR-21) runs north-to-south through the community. Positioned between exits I-77 114 and 116, Sissonvil
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  • ...Areas]][[Image:Amherst_Plymouth_Wildlife_Management_Area.JPG|thumb|Looking south across the Amherst/Plymouth WMA]] ...Virginia|Winfield, WV]], 16.57 air miles from [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston, WV]]
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  • ...e-Island.jpg|thumb|Looking up Kanawha River from Blaine Island to downtown Charleston, WV]] [[Charleston, West Virginia|Charleston]], and
    3 KB (402 words) - 18:43, 19 November 2007
  • ...s directed motorists along secondary roads leading to Fayetteville, to the south side overlook, just upstream of [[Kaymoor, West Virginia|Kaymoor]]. ...access roads for trucks hauling materials were installed on the north and south approaches to the bridge site and plans were being made to begin erection o
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