mrs henry lafayette dubose
braxton bragg underwood
jean louise scout finch
miss stephanie crawford
charles baker harris
miss maudie atkinson
miss rachel haverford
mayella violet ewell
miss caroline fisher
judge john taylor
john hale finch
mr heck tate
Festival is held annually in Spencer, the county seat of Roane County
annual is held in the Nicholas County community of Richwood
Preston County , held in Kingwood, began in October 1938
is held annually in the Cabell County community of Milton
was held annually in the Ritchie County community of Cairo before 2016
held annually in the Calhoun County community of Arnoldsburg
Celebration is held annually in Berkeley Springs
held annually in the Hardy County community of Mathias
Festival is held annually in Buckhannon
held annually in the Pocahontas County community of Marlinton
held annually in the Barbour County community of Philippi
annual West Virginia Festival is held in Madison
Folklorist and WVU professor Patrick Gainer founded the West Virginia State ______Festival, which takes place annually in June
A 3-day celebration of the centennial of the construction of the historic covered bridge in _________began on August 28, 1952
The World's Championship ____________ was held October 9-11, 2009, in Charleston, the first time the 43-year-old event has been held east of the Mississippi River
The ----- Festival is held annually at Camp Washington-Carver near Clifftop
West Virginia State Fair is held at _________, in Greenbrier County
___Festival is held in Point Pleasant
annual ____Festival is held in Elkins
The first major improved highway in the U.S built by the federal government.
Built to facilitate portage of shipments and freight by water
Constructed as Virginia worked during the first half of the 19th century to improve transportation facilities in the western portion of the state.
The first common carrier railroad and the oldest railroad in the U.S.
A Class I railroad formed in 1869 in Virginia from several smaller Virginia railroads begun in the 19th century.
Class I railroad with headquarters in Norfolk, VA that most commonly hauls coal.
A small or mid-sized railroad company that operates over a relatively short distance.
A railway with a track gauge narrower than 1,435 mm.
A railroad gauge of 56.5 inches standard in the U.S., Britain, and many other parts of the world.
A riverine carl-capable working boat, or a small to mid-sized recreational sailing yacht.
A cargo boat with a flat bottom for use in shallow water.
Contained double-decker bunks and were heated and normally up to 100 feet long.
Organized in 1835 and chartered to complete work on the James River Canal.
minister in Salem
pretends to see spirits
discovered dancing in the woods by her father
discovered casting spells and making potions
had seven of her infant children die
planted the doll in the Proctor's house
servant to the Putnams
does not attend church
dismissed Abigail from her home
summoned to investigate Betty's condition
Goody Putnam accused her of witchcraft
pressed to death
first individual accused of witchcraft
a judge in the Salem court
signs the death sentences for those individuals who refuse to confess their crimes
Mrs Ann Putnam