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AFRICAN-AMERICAN

Slavery as a Factor in the Formation of West Virginia, by George Ellis Moore, 18/1/5-89

Slavery in Present West Virginia in 1860, by Barbara Louise Emmerth, 21/4/275-277

Some Legislative and Legal Aspects of the Negro Question in West Virginia During the Civil War and Reconstruction, by Forrest Talbott, part I 24/1/1-31; part II 24/2/110-133; part III 24/3/211-247

Booker T. Washington's West Virginia Boyhood, by Louis R. Harlan, 32/2/63-85

Institute: It Springs from Epic Love Story, by James A. Haught, 32/2/101-7

Booker T. Washington, by John C. Harlan, 32/2/121-23

"The Lieutenant Governor of West Virginia," by Carolyn J. Zinn, 32/3/194- 99

Alexander Campbell's Thoughts on Slavery and Abolition, by Earl Eugene Eminhizer, 33/2/109- 23

Booker T. Washington and the Kanawha Valley 1875-1879, by Louis R. Harlan, 33/2/124-41

A Judicious Mixture: Negroes and Immigrants in the West Virginia Mines, 1880-1917, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 34/2/141-61

Black Monongalians: A Judicial View of Slavery and the Negro in Monongalia County, 1776- 1865, by Edward M. Steel Jr., 34/4/331-59

In Quest of Equality: The West Virginia Experience, by Douglas C. Smith, 37/3/211-20

A Short History of Negro Public Higher Education in West Virginia, 1890-1965, by William P. Jackameit, 37/4/309-324

The Use and Extent of Slave Labor in the Virginia Iron Industry: The Ante-Bellum Era, by Ronald L. Lewis, 38/2/141-56

Race Relations and Institutional Responses in West Virginia - A History, by Douglas C. Smith, 39/1/30-48

The Freedman's Bureau in West Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 39/2-3/99-142

Racial Discrimination Against Free Blacks in Antebellum Virginia: The Case of Harry Jackson, by Raymond C. Bailey, 39/2-3/181-86

Slavery and the Republican Experiment: A View from Western Virginia in 1806, ed. by Donald R. Hickey, 39/2-3/236-40

The Role of Black Infantry in the Expansion of the West, by Clarence M. Hurtt, 40/2/123-57

Report of Freedmen's Bureau Operations in West Virginia: Agents in the Eastern Panhandle, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 42/1-2/94-129

Reports of Freedmen's Bureau District Officers on Tours and Surveys in West Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 43/2/145- 155

The Case of Taylor Strauder, by Stephen Cresswell, 44/3/193-211

Integration in Reverse at West Virginia State College, by Elizabeth Chidester Duran and James A. Duran, Jr., 45/*/61-78

The Black Presence in the Paint-Cabin Creek Strike, 1912-1913, by Ronald L. Lewis, 46/*/59- 72

Sectionalism, Slavery, and Schooling in Antebellum Virginia, by Thomas C. Hunt, 46/*/125-136

Midwifery in West Virginia, by Ancella R. Bickley, 49/*/55-68

On the Homefront in World War II: Soldier-Scholars at West Virginia State College, by Louis E. Keefer, 53/*/119-132

Segregation and Integration in the Appalachian Coalfields: McDowell County Responds to the Brown Decision, by Alice E. Carter, 54/*/78-104

An "ever present bone of contention": The Heyward Shepherd Memorial, by Mary Johnson, 56/*/1-26

Deaths at the West Virginia Colored Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Denmar, 56/*/88-121


ANTEBELLUM

Petitions of Western Virginians to Their General Assembly in Richmond, by W. Edwin Hemphill, 18/2/105-115

Slavery in Present West Virginia in 1860, by Barbara Louise Emmerth, 21/4/275-277

Republican Newspapers in Antebellum Virginia, by Richard G. Lowe, 28/4/282-284

The New Dominion and the Old: Ante-bellum and Statehood Politics as the Background of West Virginia's "Bourbon Democracy," by John Alexander Williams, 33/4/317-407

Document: Henry Dana Ward: Early Diary Keeper of the Kanawha Valley, ed. by Charles Carpenter, 37/1/34-48

Document: Kanawha Salines, 1835: John Geary's Letter, ed. by W. Dana Young and Orton A. Jones, 38/4/321-25

Racial Discrimination Against Free Blacks in Antebellum Virginia: The Case of Harry Jackson, by Raymond C. Bailey, 39/2-3/181-86

Sectionalism, Slavery, and Schooling in Antebellum Virginia, by Thomas C. Hunt, 46/*/125-136


BIOGRAPHY/GENEALOGY

John Jay Jackson Jr.: Business, Legal and Political Activities, 1847-1859, by Jacob C. Baas Jr., 50/*/63-78


CIVIL WAR

The Jones-Imboden Raid, by Festus P. Summers, 1/1/15-29; reprinted 47/*/53-62

Jonathan M. Bennett: A Confederate Portrait, by Harvey M. Rice, 1/3/192-206

Excerpts from Swann's "Prison Life at Fort Delaware," ed. by Elizabeth Cometti, part I 2/2/120-141; part II 2/3/217-230

Life of Brigadier General John McCausland, by James Earl Brown, 4/4/239-293

General R. E. Lee's Northwest Virginia Campaign, by C. H. Ambler, 5/2/101-118

Romney in the Civil War, by C. H. Ambler, 5/3/151-200

Campaigns of Generals McClellan and Rosecrans in Western Virginia, 1861-1862, by Joseph Walker Thomas, 5/4/245-308

Jacob Dolson Cox in West Virginia, by Clarice Lorene Bailes, 6/1/5-58

The Newspaper Press and the Civil War in West Virginia, by Roy Watson Curry, 6/3/225-264

General John B. Floyd and the West Virginia Campaigns of 1861, by Frank Klement, 8/3/319-333

The Civil War and the Beginning of the Oil Industry in West Virginia, by Gerald Forbes, 8/4/382-391

The Civil War Record of Albert Gallatin Jenkins, C.S.A., by Flora Smith Johnson, 8/4/392-364

A History of the Sixth Regiment West Virginia Infantry Volunteers, by Genevieve Gist Brown, 9/4/315-368

Raleigh County, West Virginia, in the Civil War, by Hila Appleton Richardson, 10/3/213-298

Lieutenant Colonel John J. Polsley, 7th West Virginia Regiment, 1861-1863, by Eugene Wise Jones, 11/3/95-159 Charles James Faulkner in the Civil War, by Donald R. McVeigh, 12/2/129-142

The Postal System of the Southern Confederacy, by Cedric Okell Reynolds, 12/3/200-280

The McNeill Rangers: A Study in Confederate Guerilla Warfare, by Simeon Miller Bright, 12/4/338-394

The Battle of McDowell, May 8, 1862, by George Weimer Goldthorpe, 13/3/159-215

The Beginning: Philippi, 1861, by Ruth Woods Dayton, 13/4/254-267

Nathan Goff, Jr. in the Civil War, by G. Wayne Smith, 14/2/108-135

Fayetteville, West Virginia, During the Civil War, by Mary Elizabeth Kincaid, 14/4/339-364

Why is Mercer County in West Virginia instead of Virginia?, by Kyle McCormick, 19/1/60-65

Letter of a Confederate Soldier, Benjamin F. Dean, to His Wife, by H. Gresham Toole, 19/1/69-70

Gray Forces Defeated in Battle of Lewisburg, by J. W. Benjamin, 20/1/24-35

The Battle of Rich Mountain, July 11, 1861, by Robert B. Boehm, 20/1/5-15

The First Land Battle of the Civil War, by Phil Conley, 20/2/120- 125

The Virginia Background for the History of the Civil War and Reconstruction Era in West Virginia: An Analytical Commentary, by Richard Orr Curry, 20/4/215-246

General John D. Imboden, by Haviland Abbott, 21/2/88-122

Military Events in West Virginia During the Civil War, 1861-1865, by Allen W. Jones, 21/3/186-196; reprinted 47/*/39-52

The Civil War in West Virginia, by Boyd B. Stutler, 22/2/76-82; reprinted 47/*/29-38

The Romance of a Man in Gray Including Love Letters of Captain James S. Peery, Forty-Fifth Virginia Infantry Regiment, C.S.A., by Robert Leroy Hilldrup, part I 22/2/83-116; part II 22/3/166- 183; part III 22/4/217-254

A Confederate Journal, by George E. Moore, 22/4/201-216

Conflicting Interpretations as to the Causes of the Civil War, by Charles H. Moffat, 23/1/5-14

General John McCausland, by Shirley Donnelly, 23/2/139-145

The Civil War Comes to Charleston, by Roy Bird Cook, 23/2/153-167

Colonel Rathbone of Burning Springs, by Louis Reed, 23/3/205-218

The Tragedy of Major George C. Trimble, by Louis Reed, 23/4/269-81

The Confederate Postal Service in West Virginia, by Boyd B. Stutler, 24/1/32-41

Some Legislative and Legal Aspects of the Negro Question in West Virginia During the Civil War and Reconstruction, by Forrest Talbott, part I 24/1/1-31; part II 24/2/110-133; part III 24/3/211-247

Rifle Cannon and Yankees: Captain Kelley, D. B. Baldwin in the Skirmish at the Gauley Bridge, by Donald Brooks, 24/4/352-354

The Battle of Hanging Rocks Pass Near Romney, West Virginia, September 24, 1861, by Francis E. Haselberger, Jr., 25/1/1-20

The Southern National Armory and the Civil War, by Philip R. Smith, Jr., 25/1/27-31

The Experiences of Dr. Thomas Bland Camden of Weston at the Outbreak of the Civil War, 1861, by William E. Parrish, 25/3/184- 189

The Lost Years: Gideon Draper Camden and the Confederacy, by Glenn F. Massay, 25/3/190-194

Skirmishes at South Branch and Patterson's Creek, West Virginia, by Francis E. Hasleberger, Jr., 25/4/265-269

The War Between the States: List of Highway Historic Markers in West Virginia, by Charles P. Harper, 25/4/279-281

Federal Postal History of Western Virginia, 1861-1865, by Arthur Hecht, 26/2/67-79

General Rosser's Raid on the New Creek Depot, by Francis Haselberger, 26/2/86-109

The Rives Peace Resolution - March, 1865, by John Hammond Moore, 26/3/153-60

Colonel George S. Patton and the 22nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, by Stan Cohen, 26/3/178-190

Skirmishes at Dan's Run and Kelley's Island, by Fritz Haselberger and illustrated by Gil J. Olvera, 26/4/220-233

Document: "Souvenirs," ed. by Archie P. McDonald, 26/4/251-54

The Burning of the 21st Bridge at New Creek, by Fritz and Mark Haselberger, 27/1/56-64

The Civil War's Most Over-Rated Spy, by Curtis Carroll Davis, 27/1/1-9

Jackson in the Shenandoah, by Millard K. Bushong, 27/2/85-96

Wallace's Raid on Romney, by Fritz Haselberger, 27/2/97-110

A Virginian's Dilemma, by William Childers, 27/3/173-200

The Skirmishes at New Creek and Piedmont, July 14 and 15, 1861, by Fritz and Mark Haselberger, 27/3/211-219

Washington in February, 1861, by Archie P. McDonald, 27/3/201-210

Rich Mountain Revisited, by Dallas B. Shaffer, 28/1/16-34

Kelley's Occupation of Romney in 1861, by Fritz and Mark Haselberger, 28/2/121-136

Virginians and West Virginians at Fort Donelson, February 1862, by Franklin Colling, 28/2/101-120

The Battle of Blue's Gap, by Fritz Haselberger, 28/3/241-248

The Battle of Greenland Gap, by Fritz and Mark Haselberger, 28/4/285-304

Top of Allegheny, by Stan Cohen, 28/4/318-23

English Reaction to Stonewall Jackson's Death, by Charles P. Cullop, 29/1/1-5

The Kidnapping of Generals Crook and Kelley by the McNeill Rangers, February 21, 1865, by Mark Joseph Stegmaier, 29/1/13-47

Stonewall Jackson's Jolly Chaplain, Beverly Tucker Lacy, by W. G. Bean, 29/2/77-96

The 51st Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, 1861-1865, by James A. Davis, 29/3/178-202

War Comes to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, by Edwin Bearss, 29/3/153-177

John B. Floyd and the West Virginia Campaign of 1861, by John M. Belohlavek, 29/4/283-291

1862 Brings Hard Times to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, by Edwin C. Bearss, 30/2/436-462

War, Death and Victory: A Note on Human Suffering, ed. by Richard O. Curry, 30/4/635-636

The Unfortunate Military Career of Henry A. Wise in Western Virginia, by E. Kidd Lockard, 31/1/40-54

The 42nd Virginia Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, 1861-1865, by Frank R. Levstik, 31/2/88-117

One of the Famous 54th Massachusetts: A Short Biography of General John W. M. Appleton, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 31/3/161-179

The Prison Notebook of Captain James M. McNeill, C.S.A., by Louise McNeill Pease, 31/3/180-184

Civil War Letters of George Washington McMillen and Jefferson O. McMillen, 122nd Regiment, O.V.I., by Wilfred Black, 32/3/171-193

"Dear Brother . . . I send you a brief account of `The Action at Scarey Creek' . . . ." George S. Patton's Baptism of Fire, by Jay Carlton Mullen, 33/1/55-60

The Department of West Virginia: Guardian of the Alleghenies, by Fabian V. Husley, 33/3/262-274

Major Cunningham's Journal, 1862, by Elizabeth Cometti, 34/2/187- 211

"Men of Virginia! Men of Kanawha! To Arms!" A History of the Twenty-second Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, C.S.A., by Val Husley, 35/3/220-236

The High Tide of Confederate Fighting, by E. Thomas Crowson, 36/2/140-186

The Expedition of Henry Lockwood to Accomac, by E. T. Crowson, 36/3/202-12

West Virginia's Mentally Ill During the Civil War Era: A Case of Interstate Cooperation, by Frank R. Levstik, 36/3/222-224

What Happened at Beverly: The Account of Andrew J. Jones, ed. by William D. Miller, 36/3/225-28

Prisoner of the Confederacy: Diary of a Union Artillery Man, by Warren A. Jennings, 36/4/309-323

Lieutenant Albert Davidson - Letters of a Virginia Soldier, ed. by Charles W. Turner, 39/1/49-71

Five Tri-State Women During the Civil War, by Claudia Lynn Lady, Day-to Day Life, 43/3/189-226; Views on the War, 43/4/303-321

The Civil War Letters of Laban Gwinn: A Union Refugee, by William E. Cox, 43/3/227-245

The Civil War at Bulltown, by Barbara J. Howe, 44/1/1-40

Gunboats at Buffington: The U.S. Navy and Morgan's Raid, 1863, by Myron J. Smith, Jr., 44/2/97-110

Ideology and Perception: Democratic and Republican Attitudes on Civil War Politics and the Statehood Movement in West Virginia, by Richard O. Curry, 44/2/135-155

Harpers Ferry to the Fall of Richmond: Letters of Colonel John DeHart Ross, C.S.A., 1861-1865, by Richard W. Oram, 45/*/159-174

The Education of Col. David Bullock Harris, C.S.A., Using His West Point Letters, 1829-1835, by Charles W. Turner, 46/*/45-58

A Civil War Diary from French Creek: Selections from the Diary of Sirene Bunten, by Stephen Cresswell, 48/*/131-141

"Appalachia's" Civil War Genesis: Southwest Virginia as Depicted by Northern and European Writers, 1825-1865, by Kenneth Noe, 50/*/91-108

Loyalties in Conflict: Union and Confederate Sentiment in Barbour County, by John W. Shaffer, 50/*/109-128

The Rudulph Collection of Civil War Letters, by Dan R. Brook, 50/*/129-152

War-Time Reminiscences of James D. Sedinger Company E, 8th Virginia Cavalry (Border Rangers), 51/*/79-98

The Tragic Fate of Guyandotte, by Joe Geiger, Jr., 54/*/1-27

Loyalty and Civil Liberty in Fayette County During the Civil War, by Lou Athey, 55/*/1-24

The Raid on Piedmont and the Crippling of Franz Sigel in the Shenandoah Valley, by Richard R. Duncan, 55/*/25-40

The First West Virginia Infantry, 55/*/41-94

Acclaim, Blame, and Civil War Memory: The Case of the Kidnapping of Two Union Generals, by Thomas F. Curran, 57/*/27-45

West Virginia's Militia and Home Guard in the Civil War, introduced and compiled by Mary E. Johnson and Joe Geiger Jr., 58/*/68-167

An Affair of Outposts: Edward Johnson, the Army of the Northwest, and the Battle of Allegheny Mountain, by Eddie Woodward, 59/*/1-35

Hardy's Union Militia in the Civil War: Letters from the West Virginia Adjutant General's Papers, 60/*/83-110


COAL

The Early Development of the Coal Industry in the Western Counties of Virginia, 1800-1865, by James Laing, 27/2/144-55

Hawk's Nest Coal Company Strike, January, 1880, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 30/4/625-34

Development of Surface Mine Legislation, 1939-1967, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 30/3/525-29

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and Strip Mining Damage Cases, 1905-1967, by Kenny J. Smith, 31/2/118-24

Legislators, Lobbyists and Loopholes: Coal Mining Legislation in West Virginia, 1875-1901, by Glenn F. Massay, 32/3/135-70

"Tell the Boys to Fall in Line": United Mine Workers of America Strikes in West Virginia, January-June, 1894, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 32/4/224-37

A Judicious Mixture: Negroes and Immigrants in the West Virginia Mines, 1880-1917, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 34/2/141-61

Coal, Congress and the Courts: The Bituminous Coal Industry and the New Deal, by Thomas C. Longin, 35/2/101-30

The First Fifty Years of Strip Mining in West Virginia, 1916-1965, by Robert F. Munn, 35/1/66- 74

The Development of Model Towns in the Bituminous Coal Fields, by Robert F. Munn, 40/3/243- 53 From Law and Order to Class Warfare: Baldwin-Felts Detectives in the Southern West Virginia Coal Fields, by Richard M. Hadsell and William E. Coffey, 40/3/168-86

Coal Men of the Smokeless Coal Fields, by Ken Sullivan, 41/2/143-65

Joseph Joy and his Mobile Loading Machine, by Keith Dix, 41/3/226-44

The Coal Strikes of 1943, by Cathy Kunzinger Urwin, 45/*/91-?

William Nelson Page: Traditionalist Entrepreneur of the Virginias, by Louis L. Athey, 46/*/1-?

The Black Presence in the Paint-Cabin Creek Strike, 1912-1913, by Ronald L. Lewis, 46/*/59- 72

Strategies for Survival: Women's Work in the Southern Coal Camps, by Janet W. Greene, 49/*/37-54

Conflict at Coal River Collieries: The UMWA vs. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, by Thomas J. Robertson and Ronald L. Lewis, 52/*/73-90

Scotts Run: An Introduction, by Ronald L. Lewis, 53/*/1-6

Scotts Run: A Community in Transition, by Matthew Yeager, 53/*/7-21

The Scotts Run Coalfield from the Great War to the Great Depression: A Study in Overdevelopment, by Phil Ross, 53/*/21-42

Health Services in a Stranded Coal Community: Scotts Run, 1920- 47, by Sandra Barney, 53/*/43-60

"I wonder whom God will hold responsible": Mary Behner and the Presbyterian Mission on Scotts Run, ed. by Christine M. Kreiser, 53/*/61-94

Casualties on the Homefront: Scotts Run Mining Disasters During World War II, by Paul H. Rakes, 53/*/95-118

Segregation and Integration in the Appalachian Coalfields: McDowell County Responds to the Brown Decision, by Alice E. Carter, 54/*/78-104


COUNTIES & COMMUNITIES

Why is Mercer County in West Virginia instead of Virginia?, by Kyle McCormick, 19/1/60-65

McDowell County Celebrates Its Centennial, by Kyle McCormick, 19/3/204-208

The Early History and Development of Princeton, West Virginia, by Harold R. Saunders, 20/2/80-119

Document: A Glimpse of Industrial Wheeling in 1829: A Selection from the Journal of B. L. C. Wailes of Natches, ed. by John Hebron Moore, 20/2/126-129

Charleston's Railroad, by Kyle McCormick, 21/3/197-199

The Controversy Over the Location of the Mercer County Courthouse, by Kyle McCormick, 22/2/117-120

The Town of Thurmond, 1884-1961, by Walter R. Thurmond, 22/4/240-254

Land Sales at Harper's Ferry, by Truman R. Strobridge, 22/4/155-256

A Historical Sketch of Milton, Cabell County, West Virginia, by William A. Birt, 23/1/50-56

Jared Sparks Visits Harper's Ferry, 1819, by John Hammond Moore, 25/2/81-91

Parkersburg: History of City from Time of Its Settlement to Present in Gripping Narrative from the Pen of the Late Miss Kate Harris . . ., continued by Virginia Laughlin, 25/4/241-64

Freedom's Jubilee: The Fourth of July in Charleston, 1826-76, by Robert hay, 26/4/207-19

A Sketch of the Early History of Jackson County, An Address on Centennial Anniversary Day, July 4, 1876, by R. S. Brown, 28/3/199-211 [check title]

The Life of Joseph H. Diss DeBar and His Reminiscences of Doddridge County, 1883, by Jesse A. Earl, 28/3/228-40

Development of Municipal Government, Charleston, West Virginia, 1794-1936, by Cecile R. Goodall, 29/2/97-137

What's in a Name: The Three Charlestowns, by Alex L. ter Braake, 30/1/351-57

The Charleston Industrial Area: Development, 1797-1937, by Elizabeth J. Goodall, 30/1/358-412

The Legislation of the "Old Dominion" Relative to the Capital City of West Virginia, by J. D. Baines, 30/3/559-64

A Glimpse of Charleston in the 1890s from a Contemporary Diary, by Margaret G. Trotter, 35/2/131-44

The Receipt Book of Perez Drew Schrock, Constable, Hampshire County, Virginia, 1815-1830, ed. by Alfred W. Humphreys, 37/2/127-32

Document: Revolutionary War Courts of Claims, Monongalia County, ed. by Earl L. Core, 37/3/221-38

Once in a Lifetime - Wheeling Celebrates the United States Centennial: 1876, by Dennis E. Lawther, 38/4/304-11

Kanawha Salines, 1835: John Geary's Letter, ed. by W. Dana Young and Orton A. Jones, 38/4/321-25

A Vignette of Wheeling during the Early Republic, 1743-1840, by Kenneth Robert Nodyne, 40/1/47-54

"One Place on this Great Green Planet Where Andrew Carnegie can't get a Monument with His Money," by David T. Javersak, 41/1/7-19

Land Speculation in West Virginia in the Early Federal Period: Randolph County as a Specific Case, by Lee Soltow, 44/2/111-34

Benign Betrayal: Capitalist Intervention in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, 1890-1910, by John Hennen, 50/*/46-62

Booster Ethos: Community, Image, and Profit in Early Clarksburg, by L. Diane Barnes, 56/*/27-42


DEPRESSION/NEW DEAL

Arthurdale: Adventure into Utopia, by Lee A. Gladwin, 28/4/305-17

Coal, Congress and the Courts: The Bituminous Coal Industry and the New Deal, by Thomas C. Longin, 35/2/101-30

Arthurdale: An Experiment in Community Education, by Bruce G. Beezer, 36/1/17-36

The New Deal's Arthurdale Project in West Virginia, by Thomas H. Coode and Dennis E. Fabbri, 36/4/291-308

The Depths of the Great Depression: Economic Collapse in West Virginia, 1932-1933, by James S. Olson, 38/3/214-25

Herman Guy Kump and the West Virginia Fiscal Crisis of 1933, by A. Steven Gatrell, 42/3- 4/249-84

Arthurdale, A Social Experiment in the 1930s: Foundations, Fantasies, Furniture, and Failures, by Jeanne S. Rymer, 46/*/89-?

"The Nearly Perfect State": Governor Homer Adams Holt, The WPA Writers' Project and the Making of West Virginia: A Guide to the Mountain State, by Jerry B. Thomas, 52/*/91-108

The Scotts Run Coalfield from the Great War to the Great Depression: A Study in Overdevelopment, by Phil Ross, 53/*/21-42

Health Services in a Stranded Coal Community: Scotts Run, 1920-47, by Sandra Barney, 53/*/43-60

"I wonder whom God will hold responsible": Mary Behner and the Presbyterian Mission on Scotts Run, ed. by Christine M. Kreiser, 53/*/61-94

"Please tell the President . . . only an absolute dictatorship will save us": Lorena Hickok Reports on the Great Depression in West Virginia, August 1933, by Jerry Bruce Thomas, 57/*/135-61

Bringing the Classics to the Ohio Valley: The Huntington Federal Music Project Orchestra, 1936-1942, by Travis D. Stimeling, 60/*/23-44


EDUCATION

The Literary Fund of Virginia: Its Relation to Sectionalism in Education, by Ralph Vickers Merry and Frieda Kiefer Merry, 2/3/179-191

McGuffey: Lessons in Goodness, by Bruce Crawford, 4/1/37-41

Public Education in Monroe County, (West) Virginia, 1819-1861, by Charles H. Ambler, 4/1/25-36

The Importance of Teaching West Virginia History in the Public Schools, by Thomas F. Marshall, 4/2/98-102

The Clarksburg Educational Convention of September 8-9, 1841, by C. H. Ambler, 5/1/5-54

Alderson-Broaddus College, by C. H. Ambler, 6/4/361-372

My Life: Emma Cornelia Alderson, 1938, ed. by Emma Frances Alderson, 7/2/109-140

The Influence of the West Virginia Grange Upon Public Agricultural Education, 1873-1914, by William D. Barnes, of College Grade, 9/2/128-157; of Less than College Grade, 10/1/5-24

The Establishment of Church Schools in West Virginia, by Marjorie Kimball Templeton, 9/4/369-387

History of Morris Harvey College, by Samuel Paris Bell, Jr., 11/4/243-270

Jefferson's Sectional Motives in Founding the University of Virginia, by Charles H. Moffat, 12/1/61-69

Mercer Academy: A Brief History Thereof, 1819-1862, by Elizabeth Whitten Williams, 13/1/41-55

The Early History of Marshall Academy, 1837-1850, by Robert Toole, part I, 1837-1850, 13/2/120-126; part II, 1850-1886, 14/1/28-58; part III, 1886-1915, 14/2/136-172

Private Normal Schools in West Virginia, by Roy C. Woods, 15/1/68-88

The Normal Training High School Movement in West Virginia, by Roy C. Woods, 15/4/321-332

The History of Teachers' Institutes in West Virginia, by Roy C. Woods, 16/2/107-125

A Short History of Education in West Virginia, by Roy C. Woods, 17/4/304-328

A Half Century of Educational Progress in West Virginia: An Historical and Statistical Study, by Roy C. Woods, 18/3/173-181

Alleghany Collegiate Institute of Alderson, West Virginia, by Nat G. Barnhart, 18/3/182-201

The History of the County Unit in West Virginia, by Roy C. Woods, 19/1/49-59

The History of the Now Extinct Shelton College, by Edwin B. Treanor, 20/3/184-192

The Evolution of the Common School in (West) Virginia, by Roy C. Woods, 20/4/247-253

Women in West Virginia's Scheme of Education, by Roy C. Woods, 21/1/22-34

History of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud with Special Attention to the Effects of Education on It, by Roy C. Woods, 22/1/27-33

A College in Secessia: The Early Years of Storer College, by Alfred Mongin, 23/4/263-268

Education Foundation, Inc., by Phil Conley, 24/2/156-159

A Social History of Marshall University During the Period as the State Normal School, 1867-1900, by Victoria Ann Smith, 25/1/32-41

Reminiscences of the 1870's: An Early College Year in the Hills, by O. W. Williams (1883- 1946) and Supplemented by Clayton W. Williams, 28/3/212-27

Educational Broadcasting in West Virginia, by Harry M. Brawley, 29/3/224-232; A Sequel, 33/2/142-151

Arthurdale: An Experiment in Community Education, by Bruce G. Beezer, 36/1/17-36

The Evolution of Public Higher Education Governance in West Virginia: A Study of Political Influence upon Educational Policy, by William P. Jackameit, 36/2/97-130

Alexander Campbell: Moral Educator of the Middle Frontier, by John L. Morrison, 36/3/187-201

Women and Education in West Virginia, 1810-1909, by Kathryn Babb Vossler, 36/4/271-290

The Sims Higher Education Cases of West Virginia: A Study of Conflict Between A State Elected Official and the Governing Boards of Public Higher Education, 1949-1957, by William P. Jackameit, 37/1/1-10

A Short History of Negro Public Higher Education in West Virginia, 1890-1965, by William P. Jackameit, 37/4/309-324

The Education of the Thirteenth United States Chief Justice: Frederick Moore Vinson, by John Henry Hatcher, 39/4/285-323

A West Virginia Dilemma: Martin vs. Board of Education, by Douglas C. Smith, 40/2/158-163

A. M. Grimes: Country Teacher and Itinerant Minister, by Berlin B. Chapman, 40/3/287-292

"One Place on this Great Green Planet Where Andrew Carnegie can't get a Monument with His Money," by David T. Javersak, 41/1/7-19

Clarence W. Meadows, W. W. Trent and Educational Reform in West Virginia, by Paul D. Casdorph, 41/2/126-142

Reports of Freedmen's Bureau District Officers on Tours and Surveys in West Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 43/2/145- 155

Integration in Reverse at West Virginia State College, by Elizabeth Chidester Duran and James A. Duran, Jr., 45/*/61-78

Sectionalism, Slavery, and Schooling in Antebellum Virginia, by Thomas C. Hunt, 46/*/125-136

The Education of Col. David Bullock Harris, C.S.A., Using His West Point Letters, 1829-1835, by Charles W. Turner, 46/*/45-58

"Anything but Cordial": Coeducation and West Virginia University's Early Women, by Lillian J. Waugh and Judith G. Stitzel, 49/*/69-80

A Struggle for Recognition: Marshall University Students for a Democratic Society and the Red Scare in Huntington, 1965-1969, by John Hennen, 52/*/127-147

On the Homefront in World War II: Soldier-Scholars at West Virginia State College, by Louis E. Keefer, 53/*/119-132

Segregation and Integration in the Appalachian Coalfields: McDowell County Responds to the Brown Decision, by Alice E. Carter, 54/*/78-104

A Generation in Revolt: Student Dissent and Political Repression at West Virginia University, by Jeffrey A. Drobney, 54/*/105-122

Persecution and Acceptance: The Strange History of Discrimination Against Married Women Teachers in West Virginia, by Robert J. O'Brien, 56/*/56-75

Doctus et Ductor: President Smith and ROTC at Marshall College, by Merle T. Cole and Donald R. Davis, 57/*/111-34


EXPLORATION & SETTLEMENT

George Washington in West Virginia, by Leona Gwinn Brown, 20/1/36-44

The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax and his Swan Pond Estate, by George B. Folk, 21/1/5-12

Celoron's Plaque at Point Pleasant, by Morgan Tomkies, 27/3/220-33

A Troublesome and Difficult Affair Surveying the Fairfax Line, by Forest J. Bowman, 33/3/248- 61

Early Fairfax Land Grants and Leases Along the South Branch of the Potomac, by Charles Morrison, 38/1/1-22

Early Land Grants and Settler Along Patterson Creek, by Charles Morrison, 40/2/164-99

The Reconnaissance Expedition of Two French Navigators, by Clifford M. Lewis, 43/1/21-38

Concerning the First Survey of the Northern Neck, ed. by Elizabeth Cometti, 2/1/52-64


FRONTIER/AMERICAN REVOLUTION

West Virginians in the American Revolution, comp. by Ross B. Johnston, 1/1/57-67; 1/2/131-142; 1/3/225-232; 1/4/293-304; 2/1/65-75; 2/2/142-152; 2/3/231-241; 2/4/294-303; 3/1/76-82; 3/2/171-172; 3/3/236-245; 3/4/314-325; 4/1/42-55; 4/2/118-129; 4/3/202-212; 4/4/294-314; 5/1/55-65; 5/2/119-133; 5/3/212-228; 5/4/309-317; 6/1/96-104; 6/2/209-215; 6/3/272-274; 6/4/393-401; 7/1/54-64; 7/2/141-146; 7/3/242-249; 7/4/335-340; 8/1/119-129; 8/2/216-223; 8/3/344-349; 8/4/419-422; 9/1/70-84 (with Index to Alphabetical Check List)

The Kinnan Massacre, by Boyd B. Stutler, 1/1/30-48

A True Narrative of the Sufferings of Mary Kinnan, 1/1/49-56

Old Fort Ashby, by J. C. Sanders, 1/2/104-109

Story of Fort Henry, by A. B. Brooks, 1/2/110-118

Virginia Frontier Defenses, 1719-1795, by Roy Bird Cook, 1/2/119-130

West Virginia Material in the Draper Manuscripts, by Louise Phelps Kellogg, 2/1/5-11

Colonel William Fleming in Dunmore's War, 1774, by William D. Hoyt, Jr., 3/2/99-119

Sesqui-Centennial Celebration of the Treaty of Greene Ville, by L. J. Priestly, 7/2/101-108

Dunmore--Virginia's Last Royal Governor, by Elizabeth Ann Wrick, 8/3/237-282

A Forgotten Account of the Sieges of Fort Henry, by Delf Norona, 8/3/305-314

The Faris Painting of the 1782 Siege of Fort Henry, by Delf Norona, 8/3/315-318

Fort Belleville, A Forgotten Frontier Post, by Roy Bird Cook, 9/1/57-69

Captain Joseph Ogle of Virginia and Illinois in Defense of the Upper Ohio, by Frances Hamilton Hibbard, 9/3/224-239

Military Defense of the Frontier in the Northwest Territory, by Kermit A. Cook, part I 10/1/25-61; part II ... 10/2/93-113

The Sandy Creek Expedition of 1756, by Otis K. Rice, 13/1/5-19

Loyalism in Western Virginia During the American Revolution, by Richard O. Curry, 14/3/265-274

The Great Meadows Campaign and the Climaxing Battle at Fort Necessity, by William Blake Hindman, 16/2/65-89

Logan, The Shawnee Indian Capital of West Virginia--1760-1780, by Ernest H. Howerton, 16/4/313-333

Anne Bailey in West Virginia Tradition, by Grace M. Hall, 17/1/22-85

Kanawha Trails, by Robert Hurley, 18/3/202-215

Cornstalk--King of the Rhododendron Country, by Harold Lambert, 19/3/194-203

Lord Dunmore and the West: A Re-evaluation, by Richard O. Curry, 19/4/231-242

George Washington in West Virginia, by Leona Gwinn Brown, 20/1/36-44

General Adam Stephen, Founder of Martinsburg, West Virginia, by Mary Vernon Mish, 22/2/63-75

Military Contributions of Western Virginia in the American Revolution, by Robert L. Morris, 23/2/86-99

The Earliest Printed Version of David Morgan and the Two Indians, by Jack B. Moore, 23/2/100-105

A Captive of the Shawnees, 1779-1784, by John H. Moore, 23/4/287- 296

The French and Indian War in West Virginia, by Otis Rice, 24/2/134-46

The Arnold-Gates Controversy, by John F. Luzader, 27/2/75-84

Fort Henry in the American Revolution, by Glenn F. Massay, 24/3/248-257

Lord Dunmore--Tool of Land Jobbers or Realistic Champion of Colonial "Rights?": An Inquiry, by Richard O. Curry, 24/3/289-295

The Stress of War upon the Civilian Population of Virginia, 1739- 1760, by Chester Raymond Young, 27/4/251-277

George Clendinen and the Great Kanawha Valley Frontier: A Case Study of the Frontier Development of Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey III, 27/4/278-95

Captain Samuel Brady (1756-1795), Chief of the Rangers and His Kin, by Rev. Ralph Emmett Fall, 29/3/203-223

Peter Bryan Bruin of Bath: Soldier, Judge and Frontiersman, by William S. Coker, 30/4/579-585

A Frontier Store in Western Virginia, by Clifford M. Lewis, S. J., 32/4/238-244

The Heritage of the Frontier, by Thomas D. Clark, 34/1/1-17

The Battle of Point Pleasant: First Battle of the American Revolution, by Kenneth R. MacDonald, Jr., 36/1/40-49

The Other War in 1774: Dunmore's War, by Robert L. Kerby, 36/1/1- 16

Frontier Forts in the South Branch Valley, by Charles Morrison, 36/2/131-39

West Virginia's First Governor's Grandfather Served as Deputy Paymaster General of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War (Selected Bicentennial Documents), by Isaiah A. Woodward, 36/3/229-236

Events Prior to and During the Day Gen. George Washington Resigned as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army - 1783, by Isaiah A. Woodward, 38/2/157-161

Revolutionary War Courts of Claims, Monongalia County, by Earl L. Core, 37/3/221-238

Lee, Gates, Stephen and Morgan: Revolutionary War Generals of the Lower Shenandoah Valley, by Paul David Nelson, 37/3/185-200

Some Problems of the Draft in Revolutionary Virginia, by E. Kidd Lockard, 37/3/201-210

Captain William Morgan's Berkeley County, Virginia, Militia Company, by Joseph H. Harkey, 38/1/35-55

Events Prior to and During the Day General George Washington Resigned as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army - 1783, ed. by Isaiah A. Woodward, 38/2/157-61

The McDonald Who Turned Washington Down, by William Naylor McDonald III, 38/4/312-18

"Fort Gaddis" and the Construction of a Revolutionary War Fort at Beech Bottom, West Virginia, by Ronald C. Carlisle, 39/4/324-40

Michael Cresap and the Cresap Rifles, by Robert McGinn and Larry Vaden, 39/4/341-47

Dunmore's War, by Irene B. Brand, 40/1/28-46

A Lost Diary of the Western Virginia Frontier, ed. by Dennis O'Brien, 40/1/55-68

Vandalia: The First West Virginia?, by James Donald Anderson, 40/4/375-92

Helping to Hold the Fort: Elizabeth Zane at Wheeling, 1782, A Case Study in Renown, by Curtis Carroll Davis, 44/3/212-225

Lewis Wetzel: Warfare Tactics on the Frontier, by George Carroll, 50/*/79-90

Betty Zane, Lydia Boggs, and Molly Scott: The Gunpowder Exploits at Fort Henry, by William Hintzen, 55/*/95-109

Hugh Paul Taylor, Historian and Mapmaker, by David Scott Turk, 56/*/43-55

"Manufactured History": Re-Fighting the Battle of Point Pleasant, 56/*/76-87


GOVERNORS

John J. Cornwell, Governor of West Virginia, 1917-1921, by Lucy Lee Fisher, 24/3/258-88; 24/4/370-89

Hulett Carlson Smith, Governor of West Virginia, by Con Hardman, 26/3/151-52

Governor William E. Glasscock and Theodore Roosevelt's 1912 Bull Moose Candidacy, by Paul Douglas Casdorph, 28/1/8-15

A Political Biography of Henry Hatfield, by Carolyn Karr, 28/1/35-63 and 28/2/137-70

Arch Alfred Moore, Jr., 28th Governor of West Virginia, 30/3/523-24

Arthur Ingraham Boreman: A Biography, by Isaiah Alfonso Woodward, 31/4/206-69 and 32/1/10-48

Arthur Ingraham Boreman: A Biography, by Isaiah Alfonso Woodward, 32/1/10-48

Arthur I. Boreman in Fear of the Future of the New State, ed. by Isaiah A. Woodward, 34/4/382-388

Governor Albert B. White and the Beginning of Progressive Reform, 1901-05, by Nicholas C. Burckel, 40/1/1-12

Governor Marland's Political Suicide: The Severance Tax, 40/1/13-27

William E. Glasscock and the West Virginia Election of 1910, by Gary J. Tucker, 40/3/254-67

Clarence W. Meadows, W. W. Trent and Educational Reform in West Virginia, by Paul D. Casdorph, 41/2/126-142

Publicizing Progressivism: William M. O. Dawson, by Nicholas C. Burckel, 42/3-4/222-48

Herman Guy Kump and the West Virginia Fiscal Crisis of 1933, by A. Steven Gatrell, 42/3- 4/249-84

Recent additions to the Arthur I. Boreman Papers in the West Virginia and Regional History Collection, by Anne Wallace Effland, 44/1/54-61

"The Nearly Perfect State": Governor Homer Adams Holt, The WPA Writers' Project and the Making of West Virginia: A Guide to the Mountain State, by Jerry B. Thomas, 52/*/91-108


HATFIELD-MCCOY FEUD

History of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud with Special Attention to the Effects of Education on It, by Roy C. Woods, 22/1/27-33

A Hatfield-McCoy Feudist Pleads for Mercy in 1889, by James C. Klotter, 43/4/322-328

"The Horrible Butcheries of West Virginia": Dan Cunningham on the Hatfield-McCoy Feud, by Ludwell H. Johnson, III, 46/*/25-44


HEALTH AND MEDICINE

Epistles from the Springs of Virginia, by William D. Hoyt, Jr., 3/4/267-274

Two Famous Springs of Eastern West Virginia, by Thomas Marshall Hunter, 6/2/193-204

Jesse Bennet, Pioneer Physician and Surgeon, by Dorothy Poling, 12/2/87-128

The History of Salt Sulphur Springs, by James Reginald Kidd, 15/3/187-257

The History of Sweet Springs, Monroe County, West Virginia, by Barbara Ruth Kidd, part I 21/4/233-268; part II 22/1/19-26

The Experiences of Dr. Thomas Bland Camden of Weston at the Outbreak of the Civil War, 1861, by William E. Parrish, 25/3/184- 189

To Cuba by Packet and Schooner, 1856-1857: A Panhandle Youth's Search for Health More than a Century Ago, by Stanton C. Crawford, 26/1/1-12

West Virginia's Mentally Ill During the Civil War Era: A Case of Interstate Cooperation, by Frank R. Levstik, 36/3/222-224

A West Virginia County's Experience with the 1918 Influenza Epidemic, by William T. Doherty, 38/2/136-140

The Healing Science in the Mountain State: Some Notable Medical Personalities of West Virginia, by Robert L. Murphy and Kenneth R. Nodyne, 42/3-4/285-306

The Celebrated White Sulphur Springs of Greenbrier: Nineteenth Century Travel Accounts, by Robert S. Conte, 42/3-4/191-221

Midwifery in West Virginia, by Ancella R. Bickley, 49/*/55-68

Health Services in a Stranded Coal Community: Scotts Run, 1920-47, by Sandra Barney, 53/*/43-60

Bringing Modern Medicine to the Mountains: Scientific Medicine and the Transformation of Health Care in Southern West Virginia, 1880-1910, by Sandra Barney, 55/*/110-126

Deaths at the West Virginia Colored Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Denmar, 56/*/88-121


HIGHWAY MARKERS

The West Virginia Historic Commission's Program, by Charles P. Harper, 25/2/138-48

The War Between the States: List of Highway Historic Markers in West Virginia, by Charles P. Harper, 25/4/279-281

West Virginia Historic Commission's 1964 Highway Marker Program, by Charles P. Harper, 26/2/121-31


INDUSTRY

Boom and Driving Days on Coal River and in the Adirondacks, by Harry F. Jackson, 21/1/13-21

The Story of Iron Mining in West Virginia, by Kyle McCormick, 21/1/35-39

The Hall Rifle Works, by Philip R. Smith Jr., 23/3/219-223

Lead Production in Virginia during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century, by Arthur Hecht, 25/3/173-83

Timbering Operations in the Tug and Guyandot Valleys in the 1890's, by Edwin A. Cubby, 26/2/110-20

The Manufacture of Salt - Kanawha's First Commercial Enterprise, by Elizabeth J. Goodall, 26/4/234-50

The Charleston Industrial Area: Development, 1797-1937, by Elizabeth J. Goodall, 30/1/358-412

Coming of the Chemical Industry to Middle Appalachia, by Charles Carpenter, 30/3/535-47

The Use and Extent of Slave Labor in the Virginia Iron Industry: The Ante-Bellum Era, by Ronald L. Lewis, 38/2/141-56

William Nelson Page: Traditionalist Entrepreneur of the Virginias, by Louis L. Athey, 45/*/41

Friend's Orebank and Keep Triste Furnace, by William D. Theriault, 48/*/43-60

Wilson Progressives vs. DuPont: Controversy in Building the Nitro Plant, by R. Eugene Harper, 48/*/93-108

Early Gunmakers of Hampshire County, by William H. Ansel Jr., 45/*/125-44

Providing for the Common Defence: The Earliest West Virginia Gunsmiths, by James B. Whisker, 45/*/145-58

A Nineteenth-Century Mill Village: Virginius Island, by Mary Johnson, 54/*/1-27

The Potts Valley Branch Railroad and Tri-State Incline Lumber Operation in West Virginia and Virginia, 1892-1932, by Will Sarvis, 54/*/42-58

Transforming the Appalachian Countryside: Railroads, Deforestation, and Social Change in West Virginia, 1880-1920: A Round Table, by Paul Salstrom, Ronald L. Lewis, Altina Waller, John Alexander Williams, and Chris Bolgiano, 58/*/44-61

Work, Culture and Politics in Industrializing West Virginia: The Glassworkers of Clarksburg and Moundsville, by Ken Fones-Wolf, 58/*/1-23

Report on the Meadow River Lumber Company of Rainelle, W. Va., by Andrew H. Larson, May 2, 1916, 59/*/45-84


JOHN BROWN

Legal Phases of the Trial of John Brown, by Daniel C. Draper, 1/2/87-103

John Brown's Letter, by Boyd B. Stutler, 9/1/1-25

John Brown and the Oberlin Lands, by Boyd B. Stutler, 12/3/183-199

The Martyrdom of John Brown, by Charles A. Jellison, 18/4/243-255

Plan for John Brown's Escape: 1859, by Isaiah A. Woodward, 19/1/66-68

John Brown's Fort, by Clarence S. Gee, 19/2/93-100

John Brown: They Had a Concern, by Jeannette Mather Lord, 20/3/163-183

John Brown at Harpers Ferry: A Contemporary Analysis, by Lawrence F. Barmann, 22/3/141-158

The Historical Authenticity of John Brown's Raid in Stephen Vincent Benet's "John Brown's Body," by Mary Lynn Richardson, 24/2/168-175

Re-evaluating John Brown's Raid at Harpers Ferry, by Karen Whitman, 34/1/46-84

John Brown's Raid at Harpers Ferry and Gov. Henry Alexander Wise's Letter to President James Buchanan Concerning the Invasion, by Isaiah A. Woodward, 42/3-4/307-313

An "ever present bone of contention": The Heyward Shepherd Memorial, by Mary Johnson, 56/*/1-26

The John Brown/Boyd B. Stutler Collection Database, 59/*/37-43


LABOR

The National Guard of West Virginia During the Strike Period, 1912-1913, by Kyle McCormick, 22/1/34-35

Hawk's Nest Coal Company Strike, January, 1880, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 30/4/625-34

Billy Mitchell, the Air Service and the Mingo War, by Maurer Maurer and Calvin F. Senning, 30/1/339-50

"Tell the Boys to Fall in Line": United Mine Workers of America Strikes in West Virginia, January-June, 1894, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 32/4/224-37

The Socialist and Labor Star: Strike and Suppression in West Virginia, 1912-13, by David A. Corbin, 34/2/168-186

Berkeley's Non-Revolution: Law and Order and the Great Railway Strike of 1877, by William T. Doherty Jr., 35/4/271-89

Unionization Struggles on Paint Creek, 1912-13, by Stuart Seely Sprague, 38/3/185-213

Socialist Influence in the West Virginia State Federation of Labor: The John Nugent Case, by Fred A. Barkey, 38/4/275-90

The Old Mother and Her Army: Agitative Strategies of Mary Harris Jones, by Pat Creech Scholten, 40/4/365-374

"Grim Visaged Men" and the West Virginia National Guard in the 1912-13 Paint and Cabin Creek Strike, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 41/2/111-25

Martial Law in West Virginia and Major Davis as "Emperor of Tug River," by Merle T. Cole, 43/2/118-44

The Coal Strikes of 1943, by Cathy Kunzinger Urwin, 45/*/91-108

The Black Presence in the Paint-Cabin Creek Strike, 1912-1913, by Ronald L. Lewis, 46/*/59- 72

The United States Army and the Return to Normalcy in Labor Dispute Interventions: The Case of the West Virginia Coal Mine Wars, 1920-1921, by Clayton D. Laurie, 50/*/1-24

A Temptation to Lawlessness: Peonage in West Virginia, 1903-1908, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 50/*/25-45

Eugene V. Debs in West Virginia, 1913: A Reppraisal, by Roger Fagge, 52/*/1-18

"Committee Condemns W. Va. Mine Owners": Debs, Germer and Berger Report, 52/*/19-26

Debs's Visit Challenged in Historical Interpretation, by David A. Corbin and Roger Fagge, 52/*/27-32

The Death of Constable Riggs: Ethnic Conflict in Marion County, by Charles H. McCormick, 52/*/33-58

Conflict at Coal River Collieries: The UMWA vs. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, by Thomas J. Robertson and Ronald L. Lewis, 52/*/73-90

Labor-Management Conflict in the Eastern Panhandle: Perfection Garment Company Battles the ILGWU, by Jerra Jenrette, 52/*/109-126

Work, Culture and Politics in Industrializing West Virginia: The Glassworkers of Clarksburg and Moundsville, 1891-1919, by Ken Fones-Wolf, 58/*/1-23

A Republican for Labor: T. C. Townsend and the West Virginia Labor Movement, 1921-1932, by C. Belmont Keeney, 60/*/1-22


NATIVE AMERICANS

The Kinnan Massacre, by Boyd B. Stutler, 1/1/30-48

A True Narrative of the Sufferings of Mary Kinnan, 1/1/49-56

An Historic Iroquois Site Near Romney, West Virginia, by Carl P. Manson and Howard MacCord, 2/4/290-293

Additional Notes on the Herriott Farm Site, by Carl P. Manson and Howard MacCord, ... 5/3/201-211

Sesqui-Centennial Celebration of the Treaty of Greene Ville, by L. J. Priestly, 7/2/101-108

The Sandy Creek Expedition of 1756, by Otis K. Rice, 13/1/5-19

The Susquehannock Indians in West Virginia, 1630-77, by Howard A. MacCord, 13/4/239-253

The Great Meadows Campaign and the Climaxing Battle at Fort Necessity, by William Blake Hindman, 16/2/65-89

Logan, The Shawnee Indian Capital of West Virginia--1760-1780, by Ernest H. Howerton, 16/4/313-333

Kanawha Trails, by Robert Hurley, 18/3/202-215

Cornstalk--King of the Rhododendron Country, by Harold Lambert, 19/3/194-203

The Earliest Printed Version of David Morgan and the Two Indians, by Jack B. Moore, 23/2/100-105

A Captive of the Shawnees, 1779-1784, by John H. Moore, 23/4/287- 296

Bishop Madison's Speculations on the Mounds, by Harry F. Jackson, 24/4/363-369

The Battle of Point Pleasant: First Battle of the American Revolution, by Kenneth R. MacDonald, Jr., 36/1/40-49

The Other War in 1774: Dunmore's War, by Robert L. Kerby, 36/1/1- 16

Dunmore's War, by Irene B. Brand, 40/1/28-46

Helping to Hold the Fort: Elizabeth Zane at Wheeling, 1782, A Case Study in Renown, by Curtis Carroll Davis, 44/3/212-225

Curious Antiquity? The Grave Creek Controversy Revisited, by Terry A. Barnhart, 46/*/103-24

Lewis Wetzel: Warfare Tactics on the Frontier, by George Carroll, 50/*/79-90

Betty Zane, Lydia Boggs, and Molly Scott: The Gunpowder Exploits at Fort Henry, by William Hintzen, 55/*/95-109

"Manufactured History": Re-Fighting the Battle of Point Pleasant, 56/*/76-87


OIL & GAS

The Civil War and the Beginning of the Oil Industry in West Virginia, by Gerald Forbes, 8/4/382-391

The Early History of the Natural Gas Industry in West Virginia, by James G. Jones, 10/2/79-92

Early Oil Development in West Virginia, by Bernard Gainer, 21/2/84-87

Conflict and Error in the History of Oil, by Louis Reed, 25/1/21- 26

Documents: First Oil Lease South of the Mason-Dixon Line, by Louis Reed, 25/2/149-154


ORGANIZATIONS

A Suggested Wartime Program for County Historical Societies, by Carrol H. Quenzel, 4/2/92-97

Education Foundation, Inc., by Phil Conley, 24/2/156-159

"Alive to the Work": West Virginia State Board of Embalmers, 1899-1933, by Kenneth R. Bailey, 57/*/62-76


POLITICS

Jonathan M. Bennett: A Confederate Portrait, by Harvey M. Rice, 1/3/192-206

Dunmore--Virginia's Last Royal Governor, by Elizabeth Ann Wrick, 8/3/237-282

Charles James Faulkner in the Civil War, by Donald R. McVeigh, 12/2/129-142

Nathan Goff, Jr. in the Civil War, by G. Wayne Smith, 14/2/108-135

Nathan Goff, Jr. and the Solid South, by G. Wayne Smith, 17/1/5-21

West Virginia Congressional Opinion on the Tariff, 1865-1895, by Gerald Wayne Smith, 23/1/15-41; 23/2/106-38; 23/3/224-39

West Virginia and the 1880 Republican National Convention, by Paul Douglas Casdorph, 24/2/147-55

The War of "Pure Republicanism" Against Federalism, 1794-1801: Bishop James Madison on the American Political Scene, by Charles Crowe, 24/4/355-62

Delegates Faulkner, Brown and Wise and The Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1850 and 1851, by Isaiah A. Woodward, 25/2/130-37

The Lost Years - Gideon Draper Camden and the Confederacy, by Glenn F. Massay, 25/3/190-194

The Presidential Election of 1860 in Western Virginia, by Robert Franklin Maddox, 25/3/211-27

Document: The Inequality of Representation in the General Assembly of Virginia: Memorial . . . Adopted at Full Meeting of the Citizens of Kanawha, 25/4/283-98

Gideon Draper Camden: A Whig of Western Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey III, 26/1/13-30

Governor William E. Glasscock and Theodore Roosevelt's 1912 Bull Moose Candidacy, by Paul Douglas Casdorph, 28/1/8-15

The Congressional Elections of 1799 in Virginia, by Myron F. Wehtje, 29/4/251-73

West Virginia's First Delegation to Congress, by Sheldon Winston, 29/4/274-277

The 1872 Liberal Republican Campaign in West Virginia, by Paul Douglas Casdorph, 29/4/292- 302

New York's First Senator from West Virginia: How Stephen B. Elkins Found a New Political Home, by John Alexander Williams, 31/2/73-87

The Politics of Scandal: A Reassessment of John B. Floyd as Secretary of War, 1857-1861, by John M. Belohlavek, 31/3/145-60

The Final Confrontation of Henry G. Davis and William L. Wilson in the Election Campaign of 1894, by John A. Williams, 32/1/1-9

A Note and Documents on the Wayne County Shooting Incident During the Election Campaign of 1894, by John Alexander Williams, 33/2/152-56

Legislators, Lobbyists and Loopholes: Coal Mining Legislation in West Virginia, 1875-1901, by Glenn F. Massay, 32/3/135-70

West Virginia's Image: The 1960 Presidential Primary and the National Press, by Jay Carlton Mullen, 32/4/215-223

The Southern Press and the Presidential Election of 1860, by David Porter, 33/1/1-13

Congressional Electioneering in Early Western Virginia: A Mini- War in Broadsides, 1809, by Daniel P. Jordan, 33/1/61-78

The New Dominion and the Old: Ante-bellum and Statehood Politics as the Background of West Virginia's "Bourbon Democracy," by John Alexander Williams, 33/4/317-407

Of Banks and Politics: The Bank and the Election of 1840, by Abby L. Gilbert, 34/1/18-45

Howard Sutherland's 1920 Bid for the Presidency, by Paul Douglas Casdorph, 35/1/1-25

A Jeffersonian's Dissent: John W. Davis and the Campaign of 1936, by Robert E. Jakoubek, 35/2/145-53

Peter G. Van Winkle's Vote in the Impeachment of President Andrew Johnson: A West Virginian as a Profile in Courage, by Thomas W. Howard, 35/4/291-95

The Private Papers of West Virginia's "Boy Senator," Rush Dew Holt, by Thomas H. Coode and Agnes M. Riggs, 35/4/296-318

William McKinley and the Railroad Workers: Insight into Political Strategy, by John Waksmundski, 36/1/37-39

Religion and Politics: Alfred E. Smith and the Election of 1928 in West Virginia, by Richard H. Bradford, 36/3/213-21

The Sims Higher Education Cases of West Virginia: A Study of Conflict Between A State Elected Official and the Governing Boards of Public Higher Education, 1949-1957, by William P. Jackameit, 37/1/1-10

Some Political Concepts of Walter Reuther, by Ronn Hy, 37/1/11-16

The Shift to Republicanism: William L. Wilson and the Election of 1894, by Thomas R. Tull, 37/1/17-33

The "Republican Experiment" and the Election of 1796 in Virginia, by Arthur Scherr, 37/2/89- 108

Politicians and Property: Taxable Holdings of Early Western Virginia Congressmen, 1801-1825, by Daniel P. Jordan, 37/2/122-26

Washington's Farewell Address and American Commerce, by Joseph A. Fry, 37/4/281-90

Congressman John George Jackson and Republican Nationalism, 1813-1817, by Stephen W. Brown, 38/2/93-125

Adlai E. Stevenson's Campaign Visit to West Virginia, by Leonard Schlup, 38/2/126-35

The 1952 West Virginia Gubernatorial Election, by Paul F. Lutz, 39/2-3/210-35

William E. Glasscock and the West Virginia Election of 1910, by Gary J. Tucker, 40/3/254-67

The Politics of World War II Science: Senator Harley M. Kilgore and the Legislative Origins of the National Science Foundation, by Robert F. Maddox, 41/1/20-39

John Kee and the Point Four Compromise, by William H. Hardin, 41/1/40-58

Clarence W. Meadows, W. W. Trent and Educational Reform in West Virginia, by Paul D. Casdorph, 41/2/126-142

Publicizing Progressivism: William M. O. Dawson, by Nicholas C. Burckel, 42/3-4/222-48

Herman Guy Kump and the West Virginia Fiscal Crisis of 1933, by A. Steven Gatrell, 42/3- 4/249-84

Ideology and Perception: Democratic and Republican Attitudes on Civil War Politics and the Statehood Movement in West Virginia, by Richard O. Curry, 44/2/135-55

John T. McGraw: A Study in Democratic Politics in the Age of Enterprise, by William P. Turner, 45/*/1-40

Political Chrysalis: The United Mine Workers Union in the Election of 1934, by William E. Coffey, 45/*/79-90

Elizabeth Kee: West Virginia's First Woman in Congress, by William H. Hardin, 45/*/109- 124

Exciting Battle and Dramatic Finish: The West Virginia Woman Suffrage Movement, by Anne Wallace Effland, part I, 1867-1916, 46/*/137-158; part II, West Virginia's Ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, 48/*/61-92

A Profile of Political Activists: Women of the West Virginia Woman Suffrage Movement, Anne Wallace Effland, 49/*/103-114

Isolationism and Pacifism: Senator Rush D. Holt and American Foreign Policy, by William E. Coffey, 51/*/1-14

When the Socialists Ran Star City, by Stephen Cresswell, 52/*/59-72

A Struggle for Recognition: Marshall University Students for a Democratic Society and the Red Scare in Huntington, by John Hennen, 52/*/127-147

A Generation in Revolt: Student Dissent and Political Repression at West Virginia University, by Jeffrey A. Drobney, 54/*/105-122

Senator Harley M. Kilgore and Japan's World War II Business Practices, by Robert F. Maddox, 55/*/127-142

Middle Man for Peace: Senator Stephen B. Elkins and the Spanish-American War, by M. A. Michael, 57/*/46-60

Fritz Merrick: Parkersburg Rebel with a Cause, by Fred Barkey, 57/*/77-94

Senator Peter G. Van Winkle and the Andrew Johnson Impeachment Trial: A Comprehensive View, by Philip Sturm, 58/*/24-43

A Republican for Labor: T. C. Townsend and the West Virginia Labor Movement, 1921-1932, by C. Belmont Keeney, 60/*/1-22


POSTAL HISTORY

Early Postal Service in Western Virginia, 1792-1800, by Delf Norona, 2/1/36-51

The Postal System of the Southern Confederacy, by Cedric Okell Reynolds, 12/3/200-280

The Confederate Postal Service in West Virginia, by Boyd B. Stutler, 24/1/32-41

Federal Postal History of Western Virginia, 1861-1865, by Arthur Hecht, 26/2/67-79

Postal History of the James River and Kanawha Turnpike, by Alex L. ter Braake, 33/1/27-54


PRESS & OTHER MEDIA

The Press in the Making of West Virginia, by John Lewis Kiplinger, 6/2/127-176

The Newspaper Press and the Civil War in West Virginia, by Roy Watson Curry, 6/3/225-264

How the Wheeling Intelligencer Became a Republican Organ, by Donovan H. Bond, 11/3/160-184

Journalism in Fayette County, West Virginia, by Shirley Donnelly, 15/2/153-161

West Virginia Editorial Opinion on United States Entry into World War I, by Eugene Francis Saunders, 16/1/5-38

John Brown at Harpers Ferry: A Contemporary Analysis, by Lawrence F. Barmann, 22/3/141-158

Parkersburg: History of the City from Time of its Settlement to Present in Gripping Narrative from the Pen of the Late Miss Kate Harris, from the Parkersburg Dispatch-News of February 16, 1913, by Virginia Laughlin, 25/4/241-264

Republican Newspapers in Antebellum Virginia, by Richard G. Lowe, 28/4/282-284

Educational Broadcasting in West Virginia, by Harry M. Brawley, 29/3/224-232; A Sequel, 33/2/142-151

History of the Preston County Journal, by Patricia Ann Zinn, 32/4/245-266

West Virginia's Image: The 1960 Presidential Primary and the National Press, by Jay Carlton Mullen, 32/4/215-223

The Southern Press and the Presidential Election of 1860, by David Porter, 33/1/1-13

Congressional Electioneering in Early Western Virginia: A Mini- War in Broadsides, 1809, by Daniel P. Jordan, 33/1/61-78

The Socialist and Labor Star: Strike and Suppression in West Virginia, 1912-13, by David A. Corbin, 34/2/168-186

The Wheeling Gazette and the Question of Greek Independence in Western Virginia, 1821-1828, Paul C. Pappas, 35/1/40-55

"A Little Pregnant": The Charleston Gazette's Editorial Response to the Vietnam War, 1963-1965, by Craig Houston, 51/*/15-28

"Committee Condemns W. Va. Mine Owners": Debs, Germer and Berger Report, 52/*/19-26


RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstruction in West Virginia, by Milton Gerofsky, part I 6/4/295-360; part II 7/1/5-39

The Virginia Background for the History of the Civil War and Reconstruction Era in West Virginia: An Analytical Commentary, by Richard Orr Curry, 20/4/215-246

Some Legislative and Legal Aspects of the Negro Question in West Virginia During the Civil War and Reconstruction, by Forrest Talbott, part I 24/1/1-31; part II 24/2/110-133; part III 24/3/211-247

The Freedman's Bureau in West Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 39/2-3/99-142

Report of Freedmen's Bureau Operations in West Virginia: Agents in the Eastern Panhandle, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 42/1-2/94-129

Virginia After Appomattox: The United States Army and the Formation of Presidential Reconstruction Policy, by Penelope K. Majeske, 43/2/95-117

Reports of Freedmen's Bureau District Officers on Tours and Surveys in West Virginia, by John Edmund Stealey, III, 43/2/145- 155

Senator Peter G. Van Winkle and the Andrew Johnson Impeachment Trial: A Comprehensive View, by Philip Sturm, 58/*/24-43


RELIGION

The Establishment of Church Schools in West Virginia, by Marjorie Kimball Templeton, 9/4/369-387

John Jeremiah Jacob: Patriot and Preacher, by Lawrence Sherwood, 17/2/117-137

A Background and History of the W. H. H. Cook Memorial Baptist Church of Pineville, by Elizabeth B. Kuhn, 18/4/267-284

A Brief History of the Huntersville Presbyterian Church, by Julia Ann Lockridge, 20/4/154-158

Bishop Francis Asbury in West Virginia, by Lawrence Sherwood, 21/2/76-83

Bishop Madison's Speculations on the Mounds, by Harry F. Jackson, 24/4/363-369

Dr. William L. Stidger, by Rev. J. A. Earl, 27/2/136-43

A Brief Biography of the Reverend John West Reger, D.D., by Warren Lee Witschey, 30/3/548- 58

A Rational Voice Crying in an Emotional Wilderness, by John L. Morrison, 34/2/125-40

The Centrality of the Bible in Alexander Campbell's Thought and Life, by John L. Morrison, 35/3/185-204

Campbell's Post-Protestantism and Civil War Religion, by Mont Whitson, 37/2/109-21

West Virginia and Mormonism's Rarest Book, by Lisle G. Brown, 39/2-3/195-99

A. M. Grimes: Country Teacher and Itinerant Minister, by Berlin B. Chapman, 40/3/287-292

A Bicentennial Look at Francis Asbury in West Virginia, by William E. Phipps, 48/*/123-30

"I wonder whom God will hold responsible": Mary Behner and the Presbyterian Mission on Scotts Run, ed. by Christine M. Kreiser, 53/*/61-94

The Jews of Clarksburg: Community Adaptation and Survival, by Deborah R. Weiner, 54/*/59-77

Jehovah's Witnesses and the Castor Oil Patriots: A West Virginia Contribution to Religious Liberty, by Chuck Smith, 57/*/95-110


SECESSION

The Mind of a Copperhead: Letters of John J. Davis on the Secession Crisis and Statehood Politics in Western Virginia, 1860-1862, by Gerald P. Ham, 24/2/93-109

West Virginia: Analysis of the Secession Ordnance Referendum, May 23, 1861, by Joseph F. Rishel, 32/1/49-54

R. M. T. Hunter and the Secession Crisis, 1860-1861: A Southern Plan for Reconstruction, by Jeffrey J. Crow, 34/3/273-90


SPRINGS

Epistles from the Springs of Virginia, by William D. Hoyt, Jr., 3/4/267-274

Two Famous Springs of Eastern West Virginia, by Thomas Marshall Hunter, 6/2/193-204

The History of Salt Sulphur Springs, by James Reginald Kidd, 15/3/187-257

The History of Sweet Springs, Monroe County, West Virginia, by Barbara Ruth Kidd, part I 21/4/233-268; part II 22/1/19-26

Microcosm and "Magic Mountain": Interpretations of the Virginia Springs, by Louise McNeill Pease, 31/4/201-5

The Celebrated White Sulphur Springs of Greenbrier: Nineteenth Century Travel Accounts, by Robert S. Conte, 42/3-4/191-221

Shannondale Springs, by William D. Theriault, 57/*/1-26


STATEHOOD

Constitutional Issues Raised by West Virginia's Admission into the Union, by Victor Langford, 2/1/12-35

The Formation of West Virginia: Debates and Proceedings, by C. H. Ambler, 2/3/171-178

The Makers of West Virginia, by C. H. Ambler, 2/4/267-278; reprinted 47/*/13-22

Address of the Delegates Composing the New State Constitutional Convention to their Constituents, by C. H. Ambler, 3/2/156-170

The Press in the Making of West Virginia, by John Lewis Kiplinger, 6/2/127-176

A Study of the Rhetorical Events in the West Virginia Statehood Movement, by Joseph Howard Riggs, 17/3/191-251

Slavery as a Factor in the Formation of West Virginia, by George Ellis Moore, 18/1/5-89

Blair Enters through White House Window, by Boyd B. Stutler, 20/2/76-79

The Virginia Background for the History of the Civil War and Reconstruction Era in West Virginia: An Analytical Commentary, by Richard Orr Curry, 20/4/215-246

Opinions of President Lincoln and His Cabinet on Statehood for Western Virginia, 1862-1863, by Isaiah Alfonso Woodward, 21/3/158-185

Purposes and Progresses of West Virginia's Centennial Celebration Throughout 1963, by L. U. Leslie, 24/2/160-167

The Mind of a Copperhead: Letters of John J. Davis on the Secession Crisis and Statehood Politics in Western Virginia, 1860-1862, by Gerald P. Ham, 24/2/93-109

Lincoln and West Virginia Statehood, by J. Duane Squires, 24/4/325-331

The Inequality of Representation in the General Assembly of Virginia: Memorial to the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Adopted at Full Meeting of the Citizens of Kanawha, 25/4/283-298

The West Virginia Incident - An Appraisal, by George E. Moore, 26/2/80-85; reprinted 47/*/23-28

West Virginia's First Delegation to Congress, by Sheldon Winston, 29/4/274-277

Statehood for West Virginia - An Illegal Act?, by Sheldon Winston, 30/3/530-534

How West Virginia Became a Member of the Federal Union, A Reprint, by Virgil A. Lewis, 30/4/586-597

Lincoln and the "Vast Question" of West Virginia, by Dallas S. Shaffer, 32/2/86-100

The New Dominion and the Old: Ante-bellum and Statehood Politics as the Background of West Virginia's "Bourbon Democracy," by John Alexander Williams, 33/4/317-407

Arthur I. Boreman in Fear of the Future of the New State, ed. by Isaiah A. Woodward, 34/4/382-388

Ideology and Perception: Democratic and Republican Attitudes on Civil War Politics and the Statehood Movement in West Virginia, by Richard O. Curry, 44/2/135-155


TRANSPORTATION & TRAVEL

Kanawha Trails, by Robert Hurley, 18/3/202-215

Charleston's Railroad, by Kyle McCormick, 21/3/197-199

The History of Sweet Springs, Monroe County, West Virginia, by Barbara Ruth Kidd, part I 21/4/233-268; part II 22/1/19-26

Philip Pendleton Kennedy: Author of The Blackwater Chronicle, by Cecil D. Eby Jr., 22/1/5-13

The Beech Mountain Railroad Company, by Michael J. Dunn III, 23/2/79-85

The Blackwater Chronicle: An Essay in Appreciation of Philip P. Kennedy's Book, by William S. Osborne, 23/4/287-96

The James River and Kanawha Canal, by Harry E. Handley, 25/2/92-101

The West Virginia Northern Railroad, by Michael J. Dunn III, 26/3/161-69

A West Virginia Pepys, by Charles Carpenter, 26/3/170-77

Steam Packets on the Kanawha River, by Herschel W. Burford, 27/2/111-35

Steamboats on the Kanawha: The Towboats, by Herschel W. Burford and William A. Barr, 30/2/472-505

Steamboat Whistles on the Coal, by William H. Dean, 32/4/267-78

The Wheeling Suspension Bridge, by Clifford M. Lewis, 33/3/203-33

Railroad Building and the Rise of the Port of Huntington, by Edwin A. Cubby, 33/3/234-47

Charles Ward and the James Rumsey: Regional Innovation in Steam Technology on the Western Rivers, by George P. Parkinson Jr. and Brooks F. McCabe Jr., 39/2-3/143-80

The Completion of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad to the Ohio River, 1869-1873, by Charles Bias, 40/4/393-403

Chessie's Growth: Success and Failure, 1966-1973, by Charles V. Bias, 44/1/41-53

A King of France in Appalachia, by Dennis H. O'Brien, 41/3/245-56

Alexander Wilson's Description of the Ohio Valley in 1810, 41/3/257-64

Building the Weston and Gauley Bridge Turnpike, by Emory L. and Janet Kemp, 41/4/299-332

The Celebrated White Sulphur Springs of Greenbrier: Nineteenth Century Travel Accounts, by Robert S. Conte, 42/3-4/191-221

James Rumsey and His Role in the Improvements Movement, by Emory Kemp, 48/*/1-6

James Rumsey: Pioneer Technologist, by Edwin T. Layton Jr., 48/*/7-32

James Rumsey and the Rise of Steamboating in the United States, by Brooke Hindle, 48/*/33-42

S. M. Prince and Morgantown's Metal Truss Bridges, 1899-1920, by Mary K. Williams, 48/*/109-22

A Tenuous Trek: A Visual Journey across the Mountain State, 51/*/79-98


WOMEN

The Kinnan Massacre, by Boyd B. Stutler, 1/1/30-48

A True Narrative of the Sufferings of Mary Kinnan, 1/1/49-56

My Life: Emma Cornelia Alderson, 1938, by Emma Frances Alderson, 7/2/109-140

Anne Bailey in West Virginia Tradition, by Grace M. Hall, 17/1/22-85

Women in West Virginia's Scheme of Education, by Roy C. Woods, 21/1/22-34

Women Authors of West Virginia, by Virginia Foulk, 25/3/206-210

Parkersburg: History of the City from Time of its Settlement to Present in Gripping Narrative from the Pen of the Late Miss Kate Harris, from the Parkersburg Dispatch-News of February 16, 1913, by Virginia Laughlin, 25/4/241-264

The Civil War's Most Over-Rated Spy, by Curtis Carroll Davis, 27/1/1-9

Women and Education in West Virginia, 1810-1909, by Kathryn Babb Vossler, 36/4/271-290

Death, Grief and Motherhood: The Woman Who Inspired Mother's Day, by James P. Johnson, 39/2-3/187-194

The Old Mother and Her Army: Agitative Strategies of Mary Harris Jones, by Pat Creech Scholten, 40/4/365-374

Five Tri-State Women During the Civil War, by Claudia Lynn Lady, Day-to Day Life, 43/3/189-226; Views on the War, 43/4/303-321

Helping to Hold the Fort: Elizabeth Zane at Wheeling, 1782, A Case Study in Renown, by Curtis Carroll Davis, 44/3/212-225

Elizabeth Kee: West Virginia's First Woman in Congress, by William H. Hardin, 45/*/109- 124

Exciting Battle and Dramatic Finish: The West Virginia Woman Suffrage Movement, by Anne Wallace Effland, part I, 1867-1916, 46/*/137-158; part II, West Virginia's Ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, 48/*/61-92

Recovery and Revision: Women's History and West Virginia, by Barbara Melosh, 49/*/3-6

Women's Work in the West Virginia Economy, by Mary Beth Pudup, 49/*/7-20

"Women's Work, Never Done": West Virginia Farm Women, 1880s-1920s, by Shirley C. Eagan, 49/*/21-36

Strategies for Survival: Women's Work in the Southern Coal Camps, by Janet W. Greene, 49/*/37-54

Midwifery in West Virginia, by Ancella R. Bickley, 49/*/55-68

"Anything but Cordial": Coeducation and West Virginia University's Early Women, by Lillian J. Waugh and Judith G. Stitzel, 49/*/69-80

West Virginia Women's Organizations, 1880s-1930, or "Unsexed Termagants . . . Help the World Along," by Barbara J. Howe, 49/*/81-102

A Profile of Political Activists: Women of the West Virginia Woman Suffrage Movement, Anne Wallace Effland, 49/*/103-114

Women in the Industrial Work Force in West Virginia, 1880-1945, by Frances S. Hensley, 49/*/115-124

West Virginia Women at Work: A Pictorial Sampler, by Debra Harmon Parson, 49/*/125-138

Women's Legal Rights in West Virginia, 1863-1984, by Donna J. Spindel, 51/*/29-44

Labor-Management Conflict in the Eastern Panhandle: Perfection Garment Company Battles the ILGWU, by Jerra Jenrette, 52/*/109-126

"I wonder whom God will hold responsible": Mary Behner and the Presbyterian Mission on Scotts Run, ed. by Christine M. Kreiser, 53/*/61-94

Betty Zane, Lydia Boggs, and Molly Scott: The Gunpowder Exploits at Fort Henry, by William Hintzen, 55/*/95-109

Persecution and Acceptance: The Strange History of Discrimination Against Married Women Teachers in West Virginia, by Robert J. O'Brien, 56/*/56-75


WORLD WAR I

West Virginia Editorial Opinion on United States Entry into World War I, by Eugene Francis Saunders, 16/1/5-38

The Doughboys and The Camp Lee Bayonet, by Ross B. Johnston, 20/2/69-75

The Department of Special Deputy Police, 1917-1919, by Merle T. Cole, 44/4/321-33

The Death of Constable Riggs: Ethnic Conflict in Marion County, by Charles H. McCormick, 52/*/33

The Scotts Run Coalfield from the Great War to the Great Depression: A Study in Overdevelopment, by Phil Ross, 53/*/21-42

"I will write you a few lines": World War I Letters of the Greenlee Family, 59/*/85-143


WORLD WAR II

PolandŸIn Defense of Freedom, by Michael Kwapiszewski, 4/2/79-91

A Suggested Wartime Program for County Historical Societies, by Carrol H. Quenzel, 4/2/92-97

West Virginia's Part in World War II, by C. E. Roth, 4/2/112-117

Roane County in World War II, James G. Jones, 11/4/203-242

Calhoun County in World War II, by Eloise Gunn, 15/4/333-374

Berkeley County in World War II, by Patricia W. Alger, 16/3/161- 243

Log of the "Wee Vee": The US Battleship West Virginia, by Myron J. Smith Jr., Part I, 38/4/291- 303; Part II, 39/1/3-29

The Politics of World War II Science: Senator Harley M. Kilgore and the Legislative Origins of the National Science Foundation, by Robert F. Maddox, 41/1/20-39

The Coal Strikes of 1943, by Cathy Kunzinger Urwin, 45/*/91-108

Organizational Development of the West Virginia State Guard, 1942-1947, by Merle T. Cole, 46/*/73-88

Isolationism and Pacifism: Senator Rush D. Holt and American Foreign Policy, by William E. Coffey, 51/*/1-14

Casualties on the Homefront: Scotts Run Mining Disasters During World War II, by Paul H. Rakes, 53/*/95-118

On the Homefront in World War II: Soldier-Scholars at West Virginia State College, by Louis E. Keefer, 53/*/119-132

Senator Harley M. Kilgore and Japan's World War II Business Practices, by Robert F. Maddox, 55/*/127-142


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