Forgotten But Not Gone: Little known historic sites in the Cumberland, Maryland and Mineral County, West Virginia area

Ever driven past an old house, a ruined pile of bricks and mortar, or an abandoned quarry and wondered what happened there Probably not But the ruins that remain from the past can be keys to unlocking the hidden history of a place After Gary Clites finished his previous books, Ridgeley and Carpendale, West Virginia From 1750 A History and A Photographic History of RidgEver driven past an old house, a ruined pile of bricks and mortar, or an abandoned quarry and wondered what happened there Probably not But the ruins that remain from the past can be keys to unlocking the hidden history of a place After Gary Clites finished his previous books, Ridgeley and Carpendale, West Virginia From 1750 A History and A Photographic History of Ridgeley and Carpendale, West Virginia, people kept contacting him to tell him about, or to ask about, historic sites in the Cumberland and Mineral County areas Interested, he began researching the historic locations they talked about The result was a journey through the small pieces of history that make up the legacy of the greater Cumberland area This book details 43 historic places in the area Historic homes, ruins of factories, abandoned quarries and kilns, even the possible discovery of a long lost French and Indian War era fort Whether you simply read the stories of these lost places or actually get in your car and visit the pieces that remain, their locations and history are all included here along with 261 historic and contemporary photos and maps Chapters Introduction XI Chapter 1 Captain Charles Lewis 1755 Sojourn 15 Chapter 2 Creamer s Mill 20 Chapter 3 McCracken s Mill 26 Chapter 4 Frankfort Brick Mill 31 Chapter 5 Folck s Mill 38 Chapter 6 Hollenback Mansion 43 Chapter 7 The Blockhouse on Block Run 49 Chapter 8 The Calmes Mansion 58 Chapter 9 The Hoye Mansion and the Mary Hoye School 63 Chapter 10 Rose Hill 68 Chapter 11 Rees Tannery 73 Chapter 12 The Keyser Pottery Company 81 Chapter 13 The Meadows 87 Chapter 14 Casparis Stone Company 91 Chapter 15 Quarries and Kilns in the Cumberland Area 97 Chapter 16 The Cumberland Hydraulic Cement Company 101 Chapter 17 The Cumberland and Potomac Cement Company 104 Chapter 18 Seymour Bottom Cement Companies 108 Chapter 19 New Creek Lime Company 116 Chapter 20 The Edward Mullan Lime Company 122 Chapter 21 Five Abandoned Stone Quarries 124 Chapter 22 Miller Spring Quarry 133 Chapter 23 Ridgeley Sandstone 137 Chapter 24 The Knobley Mountain Tunnels 140 Chapter 25 A Presidential Visit to Carpendale 148 Chapter 26 The Ridgeley Millerdale Electric Railway 153 Chapter 27 Cisterns 158 Chapter 28 Swan Pond 170 Chapter 29 County Road Through Ridgeley 173 Chapter 30 The Little Church on the Hill 178 Chapter 31 Short Gap s Old Furnace 187 Chapter 32 Lena Furnace 192 Chapter 33 The Pope Cemetery 195 Chapter 34 The Cresap Mill and Stone House 199 Chapter 35 The Farris Mansion 206 Chapter 36 CO Canal Dam Number Eight 212 Chapter 37 Blue Spring 220 Chapter 38 Dreyer s Beach 225 Chapter 39 The Shawnee Canoe Club 234 Chapter 40 Colonel Allen Log Home 239 Chapter 41 The Log House at Siple s Curve 246 Chapter 42 The Alkire Mansion and Kiln 253 Chapter 43 The Ridgedale Farm Mansion 257 Appendix The 1748 Patterson s Creek Survey 265
Forgotten But Not Gone Little known historic sites in the Cumberland Maryland and Mineral County West Virginia area Ever driven past an old house a ruined pile of bricks and mortar or an abandoned quarry and wondered what happened there Probably not But the ruins that remain from the past can be keys to unlocking

  • Title: Forgotten But Not Gone: Little known historic sites in the Cumberland, Maryland and Mineral County, West Virginia area
  • Author: Gary Clites
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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