West Virginia, the Mountain State

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Index
A
Abernethy, Thomas P., 82n, 83n, 87n
Adair, James, 34
Adams, Herbert B., 515
Adams, John Q., 130
Agar, Mrs. Herbert, 510
Agnew, Ernest, 535
Agricultural Extension Service, 357
Agriculture, 346-358
Albinger, Albert, 504
Alderman, W.H., 349
Alderson Academy, 307
Alderson-Broaddus College, 402
Alderson, John, 108
Alexander family, 56
Alexander, Holmes, 510
Allaben, Dr. M.C., 403
Allegheny Highland, 6
Allegheny Sportsmen's Association, 469
Allen, Colonel Frank, 534
Allen, Dr. James, E., 403
Allen, James E., Jr., 561
Allen, Larry, 534
Allen, Walter, 459
Allman, Clarence B., 99n
Alvord, C.W., 26n, 27n, 31n, 53n, 60n, 82n, 83n, 86n
Ambler, Charles H., 45n, 57n, 66n, 111n, 114n, 117n, 120n, 126n, 127n, 130n, 138n, 154n, 164n, 165n, 173n, 174n, 176n, 180n, 181n, 196n, 197n, 203n, 205n, 222n, 243n, 247n, 251n, 257n, 298n, 299n, 301n, 305n, 316n, 333n, 356n, 365n, 415n, 491n, 499n, 500, 504n, 515, 517
Ammons, Nelle, 519
Anderson, S.W., 349
Andrew, Bishop James O., 149
Andrews, Matthew Page, 517
Andrews, Professor E.B., 434n
Andrews, R. Carl, 484
Andrews, Volney, 463
Anson, Charles P., 445n, 446n, 447n, 454n, 456n
"Appalachia," 169
Aracoma, 72n
Aracoma Polytechnic College, 309
Architects, 500-501
Armstrong, Robert A., 416, 419n
Arnold, Benedict, 80
Arnold, E.H., 389n
Arnold, J.S., 349
Arnold, Jonathan, 213
Arnold, Thomas J., 212n
Arthur, Gabriel, 32
Artists, 501-502
Asbury, Francis, 108
Atkeson, Mary M., 156n, 508, 511n
Atkeson, T.C., 347n, 349, 350n, 355, 356
Atkinson, George W., 179n, 275n, 282n, 284n, 285n, 377, 515
Atkinson, John H., 199
Atwood, Frances H., 299n
Averell, General William W., 226-227
B
B & O Railroad:
completed, 172-173
Confederate raids, 220ff
strike of 1877, 283
Bachman, Carl G., 529
Bailey, Anne, 101
Bailey family, 104
Bailey, Judge R.D., 455
Bailey, Kenneth P., 41n, 42n, 44n, 83n, 86n, 88n
Baker, Boling, 72n
Baker, Joshua, 61
Baker, Newton D., 527
Baldwin, Briscoe G., 136
Baldwin, John B., 192
Bancroft, Frederic, 133n, 186n
Bandholtz, General Harry H., 457

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