First light from Bear Rocks looking out across the Allegheny Mountains, West Virginia. by Joseph Rossbach.
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First light from Bear Rocks looking out across the Allegheny Mountains, West Virginia. "This is where I'm from West By God"
The first iron furnace west of the Allegheny Mountains was established on King's Creek near Weirton, WV, in Hancock County.
Lindy Point at Blackwater Falls State Park in the Allegheny Mountains of Tucker County, West Virginia • Kevin Funk Photography on Flickr
Armand Auclerc Weston State Hospital, formerly the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston, West Virginia (1864-1994)
Landscapes 'Allegheny Mountains Virginia' by Everett Johnson Framed Photographic Print Frame Finish: Black, Size: 33" x 29 $374.95
Landscapes 'Allegheny Mountains Virginia' by Everett Johnson Framed Photographic Print Frame Finish: Black, Size: 33" x 39 $579.99
View from San Carlos, Mexico, looking across the bay at the sun rising above the mountains of Guaymas, Mexico.
Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: The Wheeling Intelligencer, Wheeling, West Virginia, November 2, 1889 "The Hatfield-M'Coys" "A False Report About Another fight Sent Out By - Some West Virginia Fakir - A Dizzy Story About More Bloodshed and the Necessity of Calling Out the Militia Denied by Reports from the Seat of War"
Hugs & Kisses by Evelyn Miller. First Place Appliqué, 2012 exhibit, West Virginia Division of Culture and History
Sun Between the Rocks, Polar Bear by Maxime Riendeau
The Beginning of Better Days: Divine Instruction to Women from the Prophet Joseph Smith (Hardcover) by Sheri L. Dew and Virginia H. Pearce $17.09
Lemonade Icebox Pie Recipe from Taste of Home -- shared by Cheryl Wilt of Eglon, West Virginia
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum/ Weston State Hospital, Weston, West Virginia. Home of intense paranormal activity, as this photo demonstrates.
The sensitively-named Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum opened for business in 1864, the largest hand-cut stone masonry building in North America, possibly second the world after the Kremlin. It was designed following the Kirkbride plan to house 250 lost souls, and reached it's peak in the 1950's with 2,400 inmates--err--patients. Changes in attitudes forced its closure in 1994, devastating the local economy of Weston, West Virginia but it is now open for tours. Photo by Jeff Milsteen.