Historical Markers in
Wood County, West Virginia

700 Market Square Building 821 Juliana Street 9-11-2001 Albert J. Woofter Amiss-McCrary House Arbors Belleville Black Walnut Tree Plantation Blennerhassett Hotel Blennerhassett Island Blennerhassett Island Blennerhassett Kitchen Garden Blennerhassett Wash House Blennerhassett’s Cove Blennerhassett’s Well Burr-Blennerhassett Calvary Temple Evangelical Church Carnegie Library Casto-Douglas-Longacre-Harris House Col. Hugh Phelps Commandant Archbold Henderson Cornerstone Of The Original Trinity Church Creating West Virginia Dunmore’s Camp Early Oil Wells Early Parkersburg Endless Cable System Escape to Freedom Famous Persons Who Traveled by Blennerhassett Island First Baptist Church Fishpond Flower Bed Fort Boreman Fort Boreman Fort Boreman Fort Boreman During The Civil War Fort Boreman Hill General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson George Neale, Jr. House George Rogers Clark Henderson Hall Historic Blennerhassett Hotel Historic Blennerhassett Island Historic Parkersburg (West) Virginia Historic Parkersburg (West) Virginia Hothouses Jacob Beeson Blair Julia-Ann Square Historic District Julia-Ann Square Historic District Julia-Ann Square Historic District Julia-Ann Square Historic District Kahn-Vaughan-Atkinson House Lamp house Logan Memorial Methodist Church Masonic Temple Maze Neal's Station Ohio / West Virginia Old Tollgate House Old Turnpikes Paling Fence Parkersburg Parkersburg and the Civil War Parkersburg High School Parkersburg in 1861 Peter G. Van Winkle Pleasure Garden Prehistoric Sites Railroads Robert W. Simmons Rotary Club of Parkersburg S. L. Gould House Site of First Blennerhassett Island Park Site of Tenant House and Broom Factory Smoot Theatre Summerhouse Sumner School / Robert W. Simmons Tavenner Cemetery The Block-House The Point The Strength of Stone The Toll House Thornhill Mansion Tomlinson Mansion Trinity Episcopal Church and Rectory U.S.S. Cisco Memorial Vanwinkle-Herceg House Vital Transportation Center Volcano, West Virginia W.H. Smith Hardware Co. Walker Creek Recreation Impoundment Washington Bottom Welcome West Virginia's First Governor / Parkersburg Governors Wetherell's Jewelers Clock William Cooper Stiles, Jr. William L. “Mudwall” Jackson Williamstown Windmill Quaker State Women of Courage Wood County 911 Memorial Wood County Court House Wood County Veterans Memorial