Historical Markers in
Kanawha County, West Virginia

ΑΦΑ Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated 1607 - 1681 1716 - 1763 1787 - 1818 1819 - 1853 1837 - 1889 1859 - 1863 30,000 B.C. - 1521 A.D. 45th US Colored Infantry 980 A.D. - 1536 A.D. Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Walks At Midnight Adena Trade and Technology Adena Way of Life African Baptist Church Alex Schoenbaum Alum Creek Ancient 500 B.C. Culture Unearthed Andrew & Charles Lewis March Andrew & Charles Lewis March Bangor Cemetery Baptism By Fire Battle of Charleston Battle of Charleston Belle Works Birkett Davenport Fry Booker T. Washington Booker Taliaferro Washington Breezemont Brian O. Hemphill Brines & Rock Salt Bull Moose Special Burial Mound of the Adena Indians Burning Spring Monument Byrd Prillerman Camp Piatt Canty House Captain John Young / John Young Early Settler Captain Larry F. Lucas Cedar Grove Veterans Memorial Charleston Charleston Baptist Temple Charleston Trails / Illustrated History of the Midland Trail Charleston's Civil War Sites Coal Coalburg Col. George Clendenin / Town of Clendenin Corporal Victor Theodore Lake Jr. Craik-Patton House Daniel Boone Daniel Boone Dedicated to You, A Free Citizen in a Free Land Delta Sigma Theta East Bank High School East Hall Executive Mansion First Baptist Church First Gas Well First Settlers Fort Clendenin Fort Lee Fort Scammon Fort Scammon Fort Tackett Garnet High School George W. Summers George Washington Gold Star Families Memorial Monument Good Shepherd Chapel Catholic Church Harold M. McNeill Hazo W. Carter, Jr. Historic Church Holly Grove “Bull Moose Special” In Honor and Memory of William Morris Indian Mound Indian Mound / Mounds-Earthworks J. McHenry Jones James Edwin Campbell John H. Hill John W. Davis Kanawha County Formed November 14, 1788 Kanawha Riflemen Kanawha Valley Mound Builders Kappa Alpha Psi Kappa Chapter, Theta Psi Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson Lewis Ruffner Lewis’ March Limestone • Sandstone • Silica Little Page Terrace Public Housing Major William Morris Jr. Marmet Veteran's Tribute Mary Ingles Mary Price Ratrie Greenspace Mary Price Ratrie Greenspace / Illustrated History of the Midland Trail Mattie V. Lee Home, Inc. Methodist Episcopal Church South Bell Military Occupation Morgan Kitchen Museum Mucklow / Gallagher, WV Natural Gas Nu Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Oil Old St. Albans Post Office Ordnance Plant Petrochemical Plant Pinch Reunion Presidential Presence Respect for an Ancient Culture Rev. Ruffner's Grave Ruffner Well Samuel Shrewsbury House Sgt Deforest L. Talbert Simon Kenton Site of Fort Lee Slavery in West Virginia St. Albans Archeological Site St. Albans Covered Bridge St. Mark's Episcopal Church Standard, WV State Capitol State Capitol State Capitol State Capitol State Capitol Temple Israel - 1873 The 35th Star The Block The Block The Block Historic District / Midland Trail The Necessary Ingredient The New Deal In Your Community The New Deal In Your Community The Ruffners Thomas J. Jackson Thomas Winston Cole, Jr. Timber Union Civil War Monument Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial Vietnam War Memorial Virginia's Chapel War At The Front Door Washington's Land West Virginia Home Guards West Virginia State University West Virginia Veterans Memorial West Virginia's Female Veteran William Blizzard William H. Davis William J.L. Wallace World War I Memorial World War I Memorial World War II Memorial World War II Memorial World War II Memorial Zero Mile Stone "The West Virginia Coal Miner"