Greenbrier County Historic Marker in West Virginia
"Formed in 1778 from Botetourt and Mongomery. named for the river which drains it. This county had many pioneer forts and saw many bloody Indian battles. World-famed mineral springs at White Sulphur and elsewhere in Greenbrier Valley."
Mouth of the Flooding Greenbier River in Summers or Greenbrier County, W. Va.
After a long dry summer, drizzling rains dominated the Potomac Highland region for days. By November 4, a severe storm wreaked havoc as the already dampened soils could no longer receive the excessive rains. The waters extended through Avis to Pence Springs near the Hinton, W. Va.Summers, Greenbrier, Mineral, Hampshire, Grant, Hardy, Pendleton, and Tucker counties were all affected by high water and flooding, as well.
Black Church from Snowflake Quarry, Greenbrier County, W. Va.
Looking at the church building located on Snowflake Quarry Road in Snowflake Village. The church is on Louis Longanacre's property. Built ca. 1900, the members who attended this church worked in the quarry.