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Baseball team members participate in a pre-game ceremony.
The Moatsville String Ticklers band pose with their instruments. None of the musicians are identified.
Men, women, and children gather at a ceremony at the Baltimore and Ohio railroad yard in Grafton, W. Va.
The church was organized prior to West Virginia becoming a state in 1821 in what was then known as Williamsport, Virginia.
The church was organized in 1818.
The chapel was built in what was then Williamsport, Virginia, twenty years before West Virginia became a state. The building served as a Methodist Protestant church until the Union of Methodist Churches in 1939. In 1947, the church and its grounds were sold to the Industrial School and was designated the school's institutional chapel.
The church was established in 1858.
The church was originally established as the Fetterman Methodist Episcopal Church in 1873 and is the "Mother of Methodism" in the area.
The church was organized in 1855 in what was then known as Fetterman, Virginia. During the church building's construction, services were held in the carpenter shop of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company in Grafton.
The church was established in the 1850's when Irish and German settlers came to the town of Grafton to build the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B. & O.).
The church was established in 1811 and the building served as a community "Meeting House" as well as a school.