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by Robert W. Schramm

  • Author: Robert W. Schramm
  • ISBN: 0738517356
  • ISBN13: 978-0738517353
  • ePub: 1714 kb | FB2: 1418 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (November 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Moundsville   (WV)  (Images  of  America) ePub download

Moundsville (WV) (Images of America) Paperback – October 27, 2004. Robert W. Schramm, a retired college professor, has authored two other titles for Arcadia: West Liberty State College in 2001 and The Linsly School in 2003.

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Moundsville - Robert W. Printed in the United States of America

Moundsville - Robert W. Landowners’ map of the city of moundsville, 1877. Printed in the United States of America. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2004109968 All of the images in this book have been enhanced using digital imaging so as to try to bring the past into the present for the benefit of the reader, who I hope will enjoy reading this history as much as I enjoyed writing it. Schramm, 2004.

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Percy Ernst Schramm (14 October 1894 – 21 November 1970) was a German historian. Much of his work focused on medieval political symbolism and ritual, particularly the ideology of the medieval state, including the ways in which the rulers of the Holy. Much of his work focused on medieval political symbolism and ritual, particularly the ideology of the medieval state, including the ways in which the rulers of the Holy Roman Empire in the Middle Ages represented their authority through images and rituals, as well as the transmission of ideas about the Roman Empire in medieval political and religious thought

The resulting formation, the largest conical burial mound in the country, is located in the middle of the namesake town of Moundsville, West Virginia.

The resulting formation, the largest conical burial mound in the country, is located in the middle of the namesake town of Moundsville, West Virginia. Although the Grave Creek Mound, as it is now called, attracts spectators from miles around and is the showpiece of the locals, it is not the only noteworthy feature of the town. Fokker Aircraft Factory, the Fostoria Glass Company, United States Stamping Company, and the Marx Toy Company were all located in Moundsville and nearby Glen Dale, and many of the employees were town residents.

From 250 to 150 B.C., the Adena people constructed a burial mound by moving 60,000 tons of earth. The resulting formation, the largest conical burial mound in the country, is located in the middle of the namesake town of Moundsville, West Virginia. Although the Grave Creek Mound, as it is now called, attracts spectators from miles around and is the showpiece of the locals, it is not the only noteworthy feature of the town. Fokker Aircraft Factory, the Fostoria Glass Company, United States Stamping Company, and the Marx Toy Company were all located in Moundsville and nearby Glen Dale, and many of the employees were town residents. The area is also home to the old West Virginia Penitentiary, which is now a national historical landmark, and the Daily Echo, a country newspaper that has been the voice of the community for more than 100 years. The county seat of Marshall County, Moundsville is a Southern town immersed in history and full of people dedicated to its preservation.