West Virginia’s Fort Pearsall, A French And Indian War Stockade Built In 1754, Has All But Disappeared

How far back does West Virginia’s role in American history go? It’s pretty clear that she played a significant role in the Civil War – that’s when she became a state, after all. But did you know West Virginia’s role goes all the way back to the war that predates the American Revolution?

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Did you know about West Virginia’s role in the French and Indian War? What other little-known historical sites are located in your neck of the woods? If you’d like to see us feature your favorite, nominate it here. Another of our favorites from right here in West Virginia is the highest Union camp in the Civil War.

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