West Virginia Historical Civil

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Banks District Upshur Rock Cave
Buckhannon District Upshur Adrian
Buffalo District Brooke Bethany
Carroll District Lincoln Hamlin
Cross Creek District Brooke Steubenville East
Duval District Lincoln Mud
Eastern District Roane Looneyville
Hardee District Mingo Myrtle
Harts Creek District Lincoln Big Creek
Harvey District Mingo Trace
Jefferson District Lincoln Hager
Kermit District Mingo Naugatuck
Kingwood District Preston Kingwood
Laurel Hill District Lincoln Branchland
Lyon District Preston Fellowsville
Meade District Upshur Rock Cave
Northern District Roane Spencer
Pleasant District Preston Valley Point
Portland District Preston Terra Alta
Red Sulphur District Monroe Lindside
Reno District Preston Rowlesburg
Second Creek District Monroe Ronceverte
Sheridan District Lincoln West Hamlin
Southeast District Harrison Mount Clare
Springfield District Monroe Greenville
Suburban District Harrison Clarksburg
Sweet Springs District Monroe Gap Mills
Town of Jefferson Kanawha Saint Albans
Tug River District Mingo Delbarton
Union District Monroe Union
Union District Lincoln Hager
Union District Preston Aurora
Union District Upshur Buckhannon
Valley District Preston Masontown
Warren District Upshur Century
Washington District Upshur Alton
Washington District Lincoln Julian
Western District Roane Walton
Wolf Creek District Monroe Alderson
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