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Books and Articles about Wirt County

    "Bethel Cemetery." West Augusta Historical & Genealogical Society Newsletter v.29, n.1 (September 1974).

    Bumgarner, Herb. Index to "A Pioneer History of Wirt County". [s.l.]: [n.p.], 1994.

    "Burning Springs." West Virginia Hillbilly v.27, n.1 (January 1986).

    Cochran, Wes. 1850 census of Wirt County, West Virginia. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1982.

    Cochran, Wes. 1860 census of Wirt County, West Virginia. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1979.

    Cochran, Wes. 1870 census of Wirt County, West Virginia. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1980.

    Cochran, Wes. 1900 census of Wirt County, West Virginia. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1986.

    Cochran, Wes. 1910 census of Wirt County, West Virginia. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1988.

    Cochran, Wes. 1920 census of Wirt County, West Virginia. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1996.

    Cochran, Wes. Wirt County WV marriages, 1848-1854. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1997.

    Cochran, Wes. Wirt County, WV marriages, 1900-1970. Parkersburg WV: W. Cochran, 1993.

    Crickard, Madeline W. 1850 census Wirt County, Virginia (West Virginia). Beverly, WV: M. Crickard, 1980?.

    Early Wirt County marriages. [Parkersburg, WV]: West Augusta Historical and Genealogical Society, 1978.

    "Guide to the County Records." Virginia Genealogist v.24, n.3 (July 1980).

    "Gusher: Rathbone Oil Well." Goldenseal v.18, n.1 (Spring 1992).

    Hardesty's historical and geographical encyclopedia, illustrated: containing ... maps of each state and territory of the United States and the provinces of Canada ... special history of the Virginias, maps and histories of Jackson, Wirt and Calhoun Counties, West Virginia. Chicago: H.H. Hardesty & Co., 1883.

    Hardesty's historical and geographical encyclopedia, illustrated: containing ... maps of each state and territory of the United States ... ; special history of the Virginias ; maps and histories of Roane, Calhoun, Jackson, and Wirt Counties, West Virginia. New York: H.H. Hardesty & Co., 1884.

    Hardesty's atlas, Wirt County, 1882. Parkersburg, WV: W. Cochran, 1992.

    Hennen, Ray V. Map of Wirt, Roane, and Calhoun counties showing general and economic geology. [Morgantown, WV]: West Virginia Geological Survey, 1911.

    Historic Markers Commission. Wirt County [Court Records]. [s.l.]: [n.p.], 1936.

    History of Wirt County, West Virginia, 1981. sponsored by the Elizabeth Beauchamp Chapter, Daughters of American Pioneers. [Elizabeth, WV]: The Chapter, [c1981].

    House, John A. Mill Creek: an account of graveyards visited on Mill Creek and its waters. [S.l.]: J. A. House, 1905.

    House, John A. Some early city, village, and country burying grounds. [S.l.]: J. A. House, 1905.

    Island Run Oil Company. Island Run Oil Company of West Virginia. Philadelphia: McCalla & Stavely (printers), 1864.

    "Keeper of the Bees: Howard Collins of Wirt County." Goldenseal v.12, n.4 (Winter 1986):42.

    Lee, Howard Burton. The burning springs, and other tales of the Little Kanawha. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, 1968.

    Lemon, Robert E. My West Virginia diary. New York: Carlton Press, 1977.

    Low, Lenora. The disastrous flood of Wood, Wirt, and Jackson Counties, July 18, 1889. Rockport, WV: L. Low, 1989.

    Marks, Richard. Index to surname Cain marriages recorded in Clay and Wirt counties, W. Va. Gambrills, MD: R. Marks, 1982.

    Marks, Richard. Map and tombstone markings of the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Creston, W. Va. Gambrills, MD: R. Marks, 1982.

    Marsh, William A. 1880 census of West Virginia: Vol. 5 Ritchie, Wood, Wirt. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1983.

    Metz, Martha. Wirt County marriages, 1854-1899. [Parkersburg, WV]: W. Cochran, 1983.

    Mitchell, William E. Wirt County Cemeteries. Palestine, WV: W.E. Mitchell, 1981.

    "Mount Pleasant Cemetery." Kanawha Valley Genealogical Society Journal v.6, n.3 (March 1982).

    Reed, Louis. Burning Springs, West Virginia: the Civil War's unsolved mystery. Elizabeth, WV: L. Reed, 1960.

    Reed, Louis. Warning in Appalachia: a study of Wirt County, West Virginia. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Library, 1967.

    "Ruble Church." Kanawha Valley Genealogical Society Journal v.8, n.2 (February 1984).

    Sewell, Tommie. A pioneer history of Wirt County. [WV? : n.p.], 1950.

    The story of Wirt County, West Virginia. [Marietta?, OH]: n.p., 1960.

    "Three Families Migrate to Illinois, 1858." Happy Hunter v.3, n.2 (April 1968).

    Tucker Creek Oil and Mining Company. Prospectus of the Tucker Creek Oil and Mining Company of Wirt County, West Virginia. [Philadelphia]: Wm. W. Christy (printer and stationer), 1865.

    West Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution, Genealogical Records Committee. West Virginia DAR Genealogical Records Committee Report; sl v020: marriages. [s.l.]: The Committee, 1936.

    West Virginia. Dept. of Highways. Advanced Planning Division. General highway map, Wirt County, West Virginia. Charleston, WV: The Dept., 1976.

    West Virginia Geological Survey. [County reports and maps] Wirt, Roane, and Calhoun counties. [Wheeling, WV]: The Survey, 1911.

    West Virginia Geological Survey. Map of Wirt, Roane, and Calhoun counties showing topography. Morgantown, WV: Acme Publishing Company, 1911.

    Williams, C. R. Southern sympathizers: Wood County Confederate soldiers & a sketch of the Nighthawk Rangers of Wood, Jackson, Wirt and Roane Counties in West Virginia. Pages from an old manuscript. Parkersburg, WV: Inland River Books, 1979.

    This was also published by West Augusta Historical & Genealogical Society, 1990 & University Microfilms, 1993 (microfiche)

    Wilson, Darl. Cemetery guide: a listing of persons buried in the Hartley Cemetery, the Mount Zion Cemetery, the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, the Wolverton Cemetery. Parkersburg, WV: D. Wilson, 1998.

    Wirt County: a guide to the scenic, historic, and other points of interest in Wirt County, heart of the Little Kanawha Regional Council area of West Virginia. [s.l.]: [n.p.], [n.d.].