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PENDLETON COUNTY
Brandywine Vicinity
Old Probst Church, CR 21/9 South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (1/14/86) [2]
Circleville
Circleville School, SR 28 (11/9/95) [2]
Franklin
McCoy House, Main Street (12/10/82) [2]
Franklin Historic District, Roughly bounded by US 33, Main Street, the Potomac River, and High St,

South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (MRA) (1/15/86) [101]


Franklin Vicinity
McCoy Mill, Johnstown Road, South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (MRA)(1/14/86) [1]
Priest Mill, Off US 220, (4/4/2000) [1]
Petersburg Vicinity
Old Judy Church, 10 miles S of Petersburg on US 220, South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area

(MRA), (5/13/7) [1]


Seneca Rocks
Sites Homestead, Seneca Rocks Visitor Center (5/20/93) [1]

Seneca Rocks Vicinity

Boggs Mill, US 33/SR 28 n. of jct. with CR 9 (8/25/04)
Sugar Grove

Bowers House, Brandywine-Sugar Grove Road, South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (MRA)

(7/10/85) [1]
Upper Tract

Cunningham-Hevener House, US 220,South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (MRA) (8/19/85) [1]

Pendleton County Poor Farm, US 220, South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (MRA) (1/14/86) [1]

PLEASANTS COUNTY
St. Mary's
Cain House (Alexander Creel Tavern), Creel Street and Riverside Drive (6/25/80) [1]

Pleasants County Courthouse, 301 Court Lane (8/25/04) County Courthouse MPS



POCAHONTAS COUNTY
Bartow

Camp Bartow Historic District ("Travelers Repose"), Jct of US 250 and SR 92 and SR 28 (5/10/96) [19]


Bartow Vicinity
Camp Allegheny, Address Restricted (9/28/90) [5]
Cass
Cass Historic District, SR 1 & SR 7 (11/28/80) [96]
Cass Scenic Railroad, Along railroad tracks from Cass to Bald Knob (7/12/74) [1]
Greenbank Vicinity
GW Jeep Site, Address restricted (12/23/93) [1]
Reber Radio Telescope, National Radio Astronomy observatory, NE of Green Bank on SR 28 (11/9/72)

[1] (NHL 12/20/89) [1]

Hillsboro Vicinity
Pearl S. Buck House, NE of Hillsboro on US 219 (6/15/70) [1]
Locust Creek Covered Bridge, SR 31, West Virginia Covered Bridge TR (6/4/81) [1]

Richard Beard House, off CR 31 on Kyle Beard Rd (3/20/02)


Huntersville
Huntersville Presbyterian Church, CR 21 at SR 39 (10/4/78) [1]
Marlinton
Frank and Anna Hunter House, US 219 (5/13/76) [1]
IOOF Lodge Building, Jct 8th and Second Ave (3/24/2000) [1]
Marlinton Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Station, 8th St and 4th Ave (8/29/79) [1]
Marlinton Opera House, Third Avenue (3/24/2000) [1]
Pocahontas County Courthouse and Jail, 900C Tenth Avenue (7/15/94) [1]
Pocahontas Times Print Shop, 810 2nd Avenue (9/22/77) [1]
Marlinton Vicinity
Droop Mountain Battlefield, About 14 miles S of Marlinton on US 219 (1/26/70) [2]

Mill Point


McNeel Mill, US 219 (8/8/85) [1]

PRESTON COUNTY
Albright Vicinity

Virginia Furnace, SR 26 along Muddy Creek (7/1/99) [4]


Arthurdale

Arthurdale Historic District, E & W of SR 92 (2/1/89) [150]


Aurora Vicinity
"Gaymont" (Brookside Inn), US 50 W of jct. SR 24 (4/14/92)[2]
Red Horse Tavern, 1 mile E of Aurora on US 50 (7/2/73)[1]; Boundary Increase (5/4/79)
Brandonville
Hagans Homestead, SR 26, 1 mile N of Jct with I-68 E (Exit 23) (7/14/93) [1]
Bretz
Elkins Coal and Coke Company Historic District, Off SR 7, NR (8/25/70) [145] (NHL 7/1/83) [145]
Cranesville Vicinity
Reckart Mill, W of Cranesville at Jct of SR 28 and SR 47/2 (6/3/80) [1]
Kingwood

Kingwood Historic District, Roughly bounded by Tunnelton, Main, Sigler, High and Price Sts, and Brown Avenue (7/15/94) [103]

James Clark McGrew House, 109 E. Main Street (7/9/93) [3]
Masontown Vicinity
Ralph Snyder Decagonal Barn, CR 52/2, Round and Polygonal Barns of West Virginia TR (12/2/85) [1]
Redhouse Vicinity
Fairfax Stone Site, N of William at corner of Grant, Preston and Tucker* Counties (1/26/70) [1]
Reedsville Vicinity
Colonel Thomas Brown House, CR 92, S of Reedsville (3/17/94) [1]

Indian Rocks Dining Hall, WV 7, 1 mile east of Reedsville (1/8/03)


Rowlesburg

Downtown Rowlesburg Historic District, Buffalo St., Church St., Portions of Main St., Poplar St., Railroad Alley and Railroad St. (11/30/05) [ ]


Terra Alta
James S. Lakin House, 102 Aurora Avenue (1/9/97) [1]

Terra Alta Bank, 109 E. Washington Street (7/9/97) [1]


TunneltonTunnelton Railroad Depot, Boswell St N of jct of Boswell and South Sts (5/2/96) [1]

PUTNAM COUNTY
Buffalo
Buffalo Town Square Historic District, US 35 (8/16/91) [3]
Buffalo Vicinity
Buffalo Indian Village Site, Address restricted (1/25/71) [1]
Hurricane
Asbury House, 2922 Putnam Avenue (3/21/97) [1]
Winfield
Putnam County Courthouse, 3389 Winfield Road (7/5/00) [1]

RALEIGH COUNTY
Beckley
Beckley Courthouse Square Historic District, Bounded by Prince, S.Kanawha, Church, Lebanon, Howe

and McCreery (8/31/94) [100]

Beckley Feed and Hardware Company, 405 Prince Street, (8/24/01) [1]

Phillips-Sprague Mine, (Exhibition Mine), New River Park (3/25/88) [1]

"Wildwood" (General Alfred Beckley House), 117 Laurel Terrace (8/25/70) [1]
Crow Vicinity

Little Beaver Dam, Little Beaver State Park, CR 307 (4/1/98) [1]


Hinton Vicinity
Trump-Lily Farmstead, SR 26/3 2.5 miles from SR 26 (11/8/90) [7]

Sandstone Vicinity

St. Colman's Roman Catholic Church and Cemetery, SR 26 (8/23/84) [1]
Sophia

Sophia Historic District, Main Street between Polk Street and Riffe Street (3/22/06) [22]


RANDOLPH COUNTY
Beverly
Beverly Historic District, SR 92,US 219 and 250 (1/11/80) [60]

Blackman-Bosworth Store, Main and Court Streets (4/14/75) [1]


Beverly Vicinity
Butcher Hill Historic District, E of Beverly (11/9/89) [3]
Rich Mountain Battlefield, 6 miles W of Beverly on Rich Mountain Road (CR 37/8) (7/17/92) [5]
Dailey Vicinity

Tygart Valley Homesteads Historic District, Roughly bounded by U.S. Rt. 250/219, County Road 38, and County Road 21m (7/22/04)


Elkins
Baldwin-Chandlee Supply Company/Valley Supply Company, 11th and Railroad St (12/4/98) [1]
Davis and Elkins College Campus

Albert and Liberal Arts Halls, (8/29/79) [2]

Davis and Elkins Historic District (Includes "Halliehurst," "Graceland," Ice House, and

Gatehouse) (NHL 6/19/96) [4]

Senator Stephen Benton Elkins House, ("Halliehurst") (9/2/82) [2] (NHL 1988)
"Graceland"(Senator Henry Gassaway Davis Home) (9/17/70) [1]
Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church, 450 Randolph Avenue (4/20/84) [1]
Downtown Elkins Historic District, Roughly bounded by Railroad Avenue, Fifth Street, Randolph

Avenue, Henry Avenue and First Street (11/22/95) [65]

Governor H.Guy Kump House, US 33 and 250 (8/18/83) [1]

Dr. John C. Irons House, 116 Second St (12/15/98) [1]


"Pinecrest” (Richard C. Kerens House) Kerens Hill (12/11/79) [1]
Randolph County Courthouse and Jail, Randolph Ave and High St (11/28/80) [2]
Taylor-Condrey House, 1700 Taylor Ave (8/8/83) [1]
Warfield - Dye Residence, 318 Buffalo Street (11/13/97) [1]

West Virginia Children's Home, 230 Heavener Avenue (11/4/94) [4]

Elkins Milling Company, 2 ½ Railroad Avenue (2/2/05)

Wees Historic District, Generally bounded by Randolph and South Randolph Avenues, Sycamore Street, Diamond Street, and Boundary and Terrace Avenues (3/24/06)


Elkins Vicinity

Elkins Round Barn, US 219, Round and Polygonal Barns of West Virginia TR (7/9/85) [1] DEMOLISHED; DELISTED


Glady

Glady Presbyterian Church and Manse, Jct. of Randolph Ave. and 1st St. (11/30/05) [ ]


Harmon Vicinity

Day-Vandevander Mill (Old Mill at Harmon), SR 32 (7/21/87) [3]


Helvetia
Helvetia Historic District, SR 45 and SR 46 (11/29/78) [35]
Huttonsville
E.E. Hutton House, jct of US 219, 250 and Union St (6/11/75) [1]
Tygarts Valley Church, US 219 (4/15/86) [1]
Huttonville Vicinity

Cheat Summit Fort, Address restricted (9/27/90) [3]


Jenningston

Fred A. Perly House, Address restricted (9/14/88) [2]

Mill Creek Vicinity
See-Ward House, US 219/250 (8/25/88) [4]
Wymer Vicinity

Middle Mountain Cabins, E side of Middle Mountain Road at Camp Five Run, Monongahela

National Forest (9/27/90) [3]

RITCHIE COUNTY
Cairo
Bank of Cairo, Jct of Main St and former B&O Railroad Line (9/19/96) [1]
Harrisville
Harrisville Grade School, 217 W. Main St, (1/9/97) [1]

Ritchie County Courthouse, 115 East Main Street (8/25/04) County Courthouse MPS


Pennsboro
"Old Stone House" (Webster-Martin-Ireland House), 310 W. Myles Avenue (7/21/78) [1]

Pennsboro B&O Depot, Corner of Broadway St. and Collins Avenue (3/27/07)



ROANE COUNTY
Spencer
Robey Theatre, 318 Main Street (3/29/89) [1]

Pennsboro B&O Depot, Corner of Broadway St. and Collins Avenue (3/27/07)

Spencer Vicinity
Albert S. Heck Mansion, SR 14 (3/5/99) [1]


SUMMERS COUNTY


Hinton

Hinton Historic District, Roughly bounded by C&O Railroad, James Street, 5th Ave, and Roundhouse (2/17/84) [252]

Hinton Historic District (Boundary amendment) (7/6/05)

Summers County Courthouse, Ballangee St and 1st Ave, (3/2/81) [1]


Jumping Branch Vicinity
Cooper's Mill, Off Ellison Ridge Road/CR 27 (7/25/01) [2]
Lowell Vicinity
Col. James Graham House, SW of Lowell on SR 3 (3/16/76) [1]
Samuel Gwinn Plantation, CR 15 (3/8/89) [8]
Pence Springs
Pence Springs Hotel Historic District, Roughly bounded by SR 3, Buggy Branch Road, and Pence

Springs Access Road (2/27/85) [8]

Pipestem Vicinity
Jordan's Chapel, NW of Pipestem on SR 18, (2/22/80) [1]

TAYLOR COUNTY
Grafton
Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church (International Mother's Day Shrine), E. Main St between John and Luzader Sts NR(12/18/70) [1] (NHL 10/5/92)
Grafton Downtown Commercial Historic District, Main and Latrobe Sts between Bridge and St. Mary's

(4/9/84) [73]

Grafton National Cemetery, 431 Walnut Street (2/19/82) [1
Grafton Vicinity
Clelland House, Off CR 250/4 (6/23/80) [1]
Tygart River Reservoir Dam, On the Tygart River S of Grafton (6/23/95) [6]
Webster
Anna Jarvis House, US 119 and 250 (5/29/79) [1]


TUCKER COUNTY


Parsons
Tucker County Courthouse & Jail, 1st and Walnut Sts (8/23/84) [2]
Western Maryland Depot (Parsons Depot), 166 ½ Main Street (5/2/96) [1]
St. George

St. George Academy, CR 1 (11/29/01)


Thomas
Cottrill Opera House, East Avenue (8/29/79) [1]
Thomas Commercial Historic District, Roughly bounded by Spruce Street, East Avenue, and railroad

tracks along Blackwater River (8/14/98) [50]


Thomas Vicinity
* Fairfax Stone Site, N of William at corner of Grant, Preston and Tucker Counties, (1/26/70) [1]

TYLER COUNTY
Friendly
Friendly City Building and Jail, SR 2 or Orchard Street (11/22/1999) [1]
Middlebourne
Middlebourne Historic District, Roughly bounded by Main, East, and Dodd Sts (7/9/1993) [88]
Tyler County Courthouse and Jail, Main and Dodd Sts (6/23/1980) [2]
Sistersville
E.A. Durham House, 110 Chelsea St (6/19/1973) [1]
City Building, City Square, Main and Diamond Sts (10/5/1972) [1]
Sistersville Historic District, From Chelsea to the Ohio River, between Catherine and both sides of

Virginia Sts (8/13/1975) [190]

Wells Inn, 316 Charles Street (10/5/1972) [1]
Wells-Schaff House, 500 South Wells (1/7/1986) [2]
Sistersville Vicinity
Wells-Twyford House, Jct of SR 2 and Kahle St (4/29/1991) [2]
Tyler City
William Wells House, "Stonehurst", SR 18 (7/21/1987) [1]


UPSHUR COUNTY
Arlington
Fidler's Mill, Heaston Ridge Road (11/24/97) [1]
Buckhannon
Agnes Howard Hall, WV Wesleyan College Campus, (8/18/83) [1]
William Post Mansion, 8 Island Ave (7/13/93) [12]
Southern Methodist Church, Upshur County Historic Center, 81 W Main St (7/29/92) [1]
French Creek
French Creek Presbyterian Church, CR 2 (12/24/74) [1]


WAYNE COUNTY


Ceredo
Z. D. Ramsdell House, 1008 B Street (8/18/83) [1]
Fort Gay Vicinity
Wildcat Branch Petroglyphs, Address restricted (7/22/79) [1]
Huntington Vicinity

Camp Mad Anthony Wayne, 2125 Spring Valley Drive (12/12/02)

Kenova
Joseph S. Miller House, 748 Beech Street (3/29/89) [1]

WEBSTER COUNTY
Coe Vicinity

Laurel Run Rockshelter; Rockshelters on the Gauley Ranger District, Monongahela National Forest Multiple Property Submission (MPS) (6/3/93) [1]


Mills Mountain Vicinity

Craig Run East Fork Rockshelter; Rockshelters on the Gauley Ranger District, Monongahela National Forest Multiple Property Submission (MPS) (6/3/93) [1]
Replete Vicinity
Mollohan Mill, CR 8 (9/2/82) [1]
Webster Springs
Morton House, Union Street (4/15/86) [1]
Wheeler
Lowther Store, CR 3 (4/7/97) [3]

WETZEL COUNTY
Hundred Vicinity

Fish Creek Covered Bridge, SR 13, West Virginia Covered Bridges TR (6/4/81) [1]


New Martinsville
New Martinsville Downtown Historic District, Including Main, Washington Sts and Monroe Alley

(9/23/88) [39]

North Street Historic District, North Street between Florida St and RR tracks (6/7/88) [23]

War Memorial Building, 501 N. Main Street (7/9/97) [1]



WIRT COUNTY
Burning Springs
Burning Springs Complex, Along the N bank of Kanawha River from the confluence of Burning Springs

Run (5/6/71) [34]

Ruble Church, Jct of CR 34/1 and 34/2 (4/9/82) [1]
Elizabeth
Beauchamp-Newman House, Court Street (7/24/74) [1]
Kanawha Hotel, 111 Court Street (11/25/86) [2]

Wirt County Courthouse, Washington Street (8/25/04) County Courthouse MPS


Palestine Vicinity
Buffalo Church, Jct CR 28 and CR 14 (1/29/90) [4]

WOOD COUNTY
Parkersburg
Avery Street Historic District, Roughly bounded by 19th, Spring, and Quincy, 8th and Market Streets

(4/15/86) [363]

Cook House, 1301 Murdoch Ave (6/7/78) [1]

Henry Cooper House, Park Ave in City Park (2/6/86) [1]

Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area (MRA) [69 total]
Bethel AME Church, 820 Clay Street (10/8/82) [1] DEMOLISHED 2004, Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Blennerhassett Hotel, 316 Market Street (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Carnegie Library, 725 Green Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Case House, 710 Ann Street (10/8/82) [1] DEMOLISHED 2004, Downtown Parkersburg Multiple

Resource Area

Chancellor Hardware, 114 3rd Street (12/10/82) [1] DEMOLISHED 1989; DELISTED


Citizens National Bank, 219 4th Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Elks Club, 515 Juliana Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
First Baptist Church, 813 Market Street (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
First Presbyterian Church/Calvary Temple Evangelical Church, 946 Market Street (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Gould House/Greater Parkersburg Chamber of Commerce, 720 Juliana Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown

Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area

Guaranty Building, 217 4th Street, (10/8/82) [1] DEMOLISHED 1/29/92; DELISTED


House at 10th Ave and Avery St, 10th and Avery St (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple

Resource Area

Logan Memorial United Methodist Church (Henry Logan Memorial AME Church), Ann and 6th Streets (12/16/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area

Masonic Temple, 900 Market Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area


Mather Building (Franklin & DeHaven Jewelers), 405 Market Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown

Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area

Oeldorf Building/Wetherall's Jewelers's, 809 Market St (12/10/82) [1]


Parkersburg Woman's Club, 323 9th Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource

Area

Quaker State Windmill, 800 Murdoch Ave (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource

Area

Robb Apartments, 201 8th Street (10/8/82) [1] DEMOLISHED 9/28/87; DELISTED


Sharon Lodge No. 28 IOOF, 316 5th Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource

Area

Sixth Street Railroad Bridge, 6th St (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area


Smith Building, 310 ½ Market Street(12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Smoot Theatre, 213 5th Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Tavenner House, 2401 Camden Avenue (11/10/82) [1]
Trinity Episcopal Church Rectory, 430 Juliana St (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple

Resource Area

Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, 424 Juliana Street (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple

Resource Area

Union Trust and Deposit Company/Union Trust National Bank, 700 Market St (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource Area
Walton Wait House, 1232 Murdoch Ave (12/10/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource

Area

West Central WV Community Action Association, Inc., 804 Ann St (10/8/82) [1] DEMOLISHED

(2/2/88); DELISTED

Peter G. Van Winkle House, 600 Juliana Street (10/8/82) [1], Downtown Parkersburg Multiple Resource AreaGeorge Neale, Jr. House, 331 Juliana St (1/10/80) [1]


Jackson Memorial Fountain, Park Ave and 17th Street (8/23/84) [1]
Julia-Ann Square Historic District, Both sides of Juliana and Ann Sts, from cemetery to 9th St. (5/24/77)

[127]


Parkersburg City Hall, 5th and Market Sts (12/11/79) [1] DEMOLISHED 1980; DELISTED
Parkersburg High School - Washington Avenue Historic District, Campus of P.H.S. and Washington

Ave between Dudley Ave and Park Ave (7/16/92) [151]


“Oakland" (James M. Stephenson House), 1131 7th St (5/29/79) [1]
St. Francis Xavier Church, 532 Market St (12/22/78) [1]
Wood County Courthouse, Court Sq. at 3rd and Market St (8/29/79) [1]

W.H. Smith Hardware Company Building, 119 3rd Street (5/2/03)

W.H. Bickel Estate, Number One Bickel Mansion Drive (2/11/04)
Parkersburg Vicinity

Blennerhassett Island Historic District, Island on the Ohio River, 1.7 miles S of Parkersburg (9/7/72) [1]


Tracewell House ("Maple Shadows"), SR 95 W of Gihon Road (4/26/91) [2]

Fort Boreman, address restricted (4/17/03)


Washington Vicinity
Meldahl House, Off SR 892 or Washington Bottom Road (5/17/91) [3]
Williamstown

Tomlinson Mansion, 901 W. 3rd St (7/24/74) [1]


Williamstown Vicinity

Henderson Hall Historic District, CR 21/2 off SR 14/Old River Road (4/17/86) [16]


WYOMING COUNTY
Itmann

Itmann Company Store and Office, SR 10/16 (11/28/90) [1]


Mullens

Mullens Historic District, Roughly bounded by Lusk and Highland Avenues, Norfolk and Southern RR tracks and Water Street (11/16/93) [9]


Pineville

Wyoming County Courthouse, Main Street (11/27/79) [1]
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