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Updated 1/04/2021

Adamich, Tom
 “The Dirt Was Flying!” Racing Pioneer Dave Kurtz 29:2;p38

Adams, Nancy
The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame: Class of 2015 42:1;p29
West Virginia Music Hall of Fame: Class of 2018 44:2;p32

Adams, R. B.
 Blair Mountain From the Other Side  13:3;p70

Aikin, Sara Bragg
Ernestine Hess Davey: An Unsung Hometown Hero 47:1;p.74

Albaugh, Carolyn King
Christmas in the Valley of the West Fork 42:4;p2

Alexander, Irving
Wilcoe: The People of a Coal Town  16:1;p28
Jewish Merchants in the Coalfields  16:1;p34

Allen, John E.
“October is my favorite color”: Remembering Widen 47:3;p.42

Alvarez, M. Raymond
The 1954 Disaster 44:3;p19
Bob Campione 44:3;p30
Chesney’s Totem Pole: Tribute to a Fairmont Landmark  34:3;p34
Eleanor McElroy: “An Influence for Good” 20:1;p36
Fairmont Architect Andrew C. Lyons 40:3;p16
Fairmont’s Last Living Slave: “Aunt Hat” Wilson Whitely  42:1;p50
Finding Aunt Hat’s Grave 42:1;p55
In Close Touch with Reality: Photographer Lewis Hine 38:1;p44
“Is your dad home from the mines?” 44:3;p22
La Familia Fernandez: Recalling a Spanish Family in Clarksburg  35:3;p19
Living Small: Marjorie Wolverton’s Journey to West Virginia  40:2;p54
The Manger Scene  33:4;p60
May Show Maddox: Fairmont’s Gold Star Mother 46:1;p.70
The Night Eva Tanguay Rang Down the Curtain in Fairmont  43:2;p64
Nurses at No. 9 44:3;p46
The View from Fairmont: A Century in Postcards  29:4;p18
Water Street: Rise, Fall, and Renewal in Fairmont   40:3;p10
Young Nurses Long Ago: Fairmont's Cook Hospital Training School 18:4;p42

Anderson, Belinda
Bill Dysard of Lewisburg: "A Real Son" of the South 29:3;p38
Clingman's Market 25:1;p58
 Coming Home: The George Hajash Story  29:1;p26
 The Fighting Hajash Brothers  29:1;p32
 Jim Costa: West Virginia Renaissance Man 27:3;p42
 Living In the Quiet Zone 26:3;p50
 The Other Coal House 28:1;p60
 “Something for Everybody”: Going to the State Fair with the Tuckwillers  25:2;p30
Anderson, Colleen
 Arthurdale Craftspeople 7:2;p21
 Eleanor and Arthurdale  10:3;p5
 The Pepperoni Roll: State Food of West Virginia  32:1;p10
 Perfecting the Pawpaw: A Fruit and Its Foundation 17:1;p37
 Redeeming the Wood: Self-Taught Woodcarver Herman Hayes 25:2;p20
 Storming Heaven
 The Unquiet Earth  18:4;p65
 Visiting Historic Malden 27:3;p40
 West Virginia Quilts and Quiltmakers: Echoes From the Hills 27:1;p19

Andersen, Kevin
 Sedor Fedukovich: A New American in Fayette County  22:3;p16

Andre, Richard
Bill Wintz: Nitro's Grassroots Historian  27:3;p30
"Here and Gone!" Midget Car Racing in West Virginia 21:3;p45
"Indian Summer All The Time": B. E. Andre, Charleston Motorcyclist 10:2;p47
Remembering Harold Field 24:2;p18

Angle, Barbara A.
 Getting Started on Spring: Grandfather's Garden  24:1;p68

Antolini, Katharine Lane
“Profiteers, Charity Charlatans, and Anti-Mother Propagandists”: Anna Jarvis and the Enemies of Mother’s Day  43:1;p48

Archer, Bill
 Elkhorn: A Tale of Two High Schools   39:3;p46
 On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers  36:2;p40
 “Salt Pork, West Virginia”: A Musical Mystery Solved  30:2;p30
 Sharp’s Camp: Mercer County Poor Farm  35:2;p34
Argeo, Luis
 Asturian West Virginia  35:3;p14

Arnold, Allen D.
 Burgoo, the Stew  32:1;p30

Asbury, Martha J.
 Folk Humor for Fall: The Hog in the Road & Other Tales from Trout 20:3;p65

Ash, Gerald W.
 Preston County Educator is Expert Penman  3:2;p18

Ashley, Joan
 The Smoke Hole 18:4;p31
 The View from Brandywine: Looking Back with Lester Hoover 18:4;p25

Ater, Malcolm
 Birth of the Steamboat 13:4;p62
 A Good Life and a Full Life: John Wesley Harris of Shepherdstown 16:1;p42
 The Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Fair  19:3;p65
 Setting History Straight: Shepherdstown Builds a Steamboat 13:4;p59
 "Why Retire, Anyhow?" Berkeley Postmaster Truman McCauley 15:3;p33
 “You Never Know...”: Clarence “Bones” Wright of Shepherdstown  32:4;p54

Athey, Lou
 Another Coal Man Looks Back: A 1901 Interview with W. D. Thurmond 15:3;p62
 Mining Coal and Minding Cows: Garland Skaggs of Ansted 13:2;p47

Atkins, Anna B. Shue
 “She Didn't Go Sangin’ Alone”  25:3;p27

Ayers, Ginny Savage
A Relentless Dissident: A. D. Lavinder 47:2;p.34

Bailey, Barbara Copenhaver
 Brooke County Trapping 29:4;p49

Bailey, Gene
 Grandma and the Gentleman 32:1;p50
 Harvesting and Threshing the Grain: Working for Our Daily Bread 23:3;p49

Bailey, Richard S.
 Arden: Willie Nestor Recalls Life in a Barbour County Town  37:2;p43
 “Hand Tools and Hard Work”: Oil and Gas Man Darrell Bush 35:4;p33
 “I Wish I Could Go Back”: A Visit with Pete Henderson of Marion County 36:4;p54
 Paul Whiteman Recalls Early Days in Bridgeport  34:2;p18

Bagdon, Philip V.
 Cass: A Short History 26:2;p38
 "Hell's Acre": A Visit To East Cass  26:2;p42

Bain, Ericka
 “The Best of Times by Far”: A Visit with Sue Dingess of MacDunn 31:2;p46

Baker, Amy
 The Flatwoods Monster Goes to College  28:3;p62

Baker, Gary
 "Parables in Picture Form": The Art of Patrick J. Sullivan 6:3;p30

Baker, Geraldine Jacobs
 Lucky Lindy  23:2;p70
 When the River Came to Our House: Riding Out the Flood of 1936  23:1;p56

Baker, Luther D.
 Finley Taylor: Early Richwood Photographer   39:4;p22

Baker, Stanley
 Crocks and Churns: A.P. Donaghho and Parkersburg Stoneware 11:2;p32

Ball, David
Doodle Up, Doodle Down 46:4;p.76
Sowball  43:2;p52

Ballard, Ross, II
 Doing Fine at 99: A Visit With Melvin Harris  28:1;p30

Balow, Jim
 From Right Here in the Mountains: West Virginia Public Radio's "Mountain Stage" 14:3;p67

Barbour, Russ
 Major General Charles R. Fox  29:2;p10

Barkey, Fred
 According to Miss Alice: A Farm Girl Recalls Coal Town Life 23:1;p33
 “Blair Mountain Changed My Life!” Reflections on the 1921 Armed Miners’ March 42:1;p56
George Delforge and the Banner Window Glass Company of South Charleston 1:3;p36
 Mike Owens’ Glass Company 22:1;p35
 West Virginia's Belgian and French Glassworkers  27:2;p28

Barlow, Mary Margaret
 The Harvest Day Quilt: A Pocahontas County Tradition 15:3;p65
 Salt-Rising Bread 19:3;p6

Barnard, Bessie
 "Grammy's Recollections": Growing Up in Ritchie County  9:2;p61

Barnett, C. Robert (Bob)
 Black and White: Fairmont West vs. Fairmont Dunbar 44:4;p40

"The Finals": West Virginia's Black Basketball Tournament, 1925-1957  9:2;p30
Friday Night Rites: High School Football in the Northern Panhandle  17:3;p55
From Statesmen to Power: Minor League Baseball in Charleston 40:2;p8
Greasy Neale: A Man for All Seasons 47:1;p40
 Holding Court: West Virginia’s First Girls’ High School Basketball Tournament 39:1;p24
 Rise and Fall of the Newell Park Zoo  36:2;p26
 "Something We Lived For": Coach James Wilkerson Recalls Basketball and the Black Tournament 9:2;p37
Spring Baseball  10:1;p8
Tee Time in the Mountain State: West Virginia’s Golf History  41:2;p26
Wall of China: Recalling the Greatest Dump in the World  18:1;p52
When the “Big Green” Rolled: Newell’s Championship Season  31:1;p10
Barnett, Florence
 We, the People of Chestnut Ridge: A Native Community in Barbour County  25:3;p30

Barnett, Lysbeth A.
Black and White: Fairmont West vs. Fairmont Dunbar 44:4;p40
Spring Baseball  10:1;p8

Bartemes, David W.
 Don Bosco: Agricultural Education in Randolph County  27:1;p32
 A Night on Kumbrabow Mountain  27:1;p36

Bartlett, Larry
 Back to Beason: Recalling Family Time on the Pullman Road 21:4;p40
 The Creed Cox Murder 21:1;p26
 Doodle Was a Tough Old Bird  26:2;p66
 First-Class: Bill Buckley and the Parkersburg Post Office 24:3;p42
 Mayberry in Harrisville: Keeping the Peace in Ritchie County  21:1;p23
 Paul Smith: "A Good Word for the Post Office" 24:3;p46
 Poet O.O. Eckels  25:4;p40
 Rural Murals: New Deal Art in West Virginia   24:3;p36
 "Those Weren't Bad Days": Ritchie County Farm Life  22:3;p9

Basconi, Wayne
 Growing Up in a Hardware Store 39:1;p54
The Oceana Six 45:1;p60

Battlo, Jean
 Booger Man: Recalling Revenuer Mack Day  22:2;p44
 "By God, and Thomas Jefferson!" Mother Jones on the Creeks 19:4;p24
 Cinder Bottom: A Coalfields Red-Light District  20:2;p60
 Coal Art: The “Other” West Virginia Coal Industry  34:4;p10
 “I Am in a Swell Place Now”: Early McDowell County Postcards  30:4;p18
 Jones Mansion: The Checkered History of a McDowell County Landmark  31:2;p52
 "Lavoro e Casa": Memories of an Italian Mining Family  25:1;p48
 Mining in the Melting Pot: The African American Influx Into the McDowell County Mines 23:4;p46
 “Run Down to Gianato’s”: Kimball Memories    37:1;p40
 "The War is Over Weather Fair": The Journal of J. W. Cline  23:1;p18

Beanblossom, Robert
 The Big Burn of ’52  35:3;p58
 Confessions of a Forest Ranger  35:3;p64
 Fire Towers: "Pop" Wriston Built the Big Ones  13:1;p49
The Mingo County Flood of 1977 46:2;p64
Smoke Pilot: Flying Forester Asher Kelly  17:3;p50
 Writing is Second Nature: Mingo Reporter Charlotte Sanders  18:4;p17

Beck, Erin
Hope is a black-winged bird 46:2;p6

Beckman, I. Lynn
 Home Delivery: Amy Mildred Sharpless, Mountaintop Midwife  19:4;p55

Beeson, Lillian Poe
 Butchering As Ritual  26:4;p58

Begler, George David
 Columnist Alyce Faye Bragg: Everybody’s Grandmother  33:2;p18

Belanger, Ruth
 Graceland: The Past and Future of an Elkins Landmark  5:3;p39
 Midwives' Tales 5:4;p42
 Thomas and Its Opera House  6:4;p23

Bell, Beth
 Raising Cane: A Sweet Story From Calhoun County  21:3;p20

Bell, Charles
 The Wild Turkey String Band  3:3;p55

Benjamin, J. W., Jr.
 A Lewisburg Institution: The Greenbrier Military School  22:2;p65

Bennett, Alan
 Catfish: Portrait of an Herb Doctor  3:3;p46

Bennett, Chessie Clay
 "These Times Stand Out in Memory": Reminiscences by Chessie Clay Bennett 15:1;p30

Bernardin, James
 "West Virginia—Hooray!": Growing Up in Wheeling  41:4;p32

Betler, Bruce
 Bärg Käss: Cheesemaking Among the West Virginia Swiss  20:1;p28

Bianco, Patricia Stevens
 The Family Drug Store: Recalling a Huntington Business  18:2;p65

Bickley, Ancella R.
 Camp War: Remembering CCC Company 3538-C  27:4;p22
 Company 3538-C Reunion  27:4;p26
 Denmar  22:4;p49
 Dubie, Spanky, and Mr. Death: West Virginia's Pioneering Black Airmen  23:2;p42
 Education and Activism in Gary: A Visit with Jessie Moon Thomas  32:4;p32
 General Edward Greer: West Virginia’s First Black General   37:4;p42
 Lafadie Belle Whittico: Black Medical Pioneer in Mingo County  29:4;p40
 “Lifting as We Climb”: Charleston Woman’s Improvement League  30:4;p54
 The West Virginia Schools for the Colored Deaf and Blind  28:3;p22
Biola, Heather Roberts
 Barn Builder: The Working Wisdom of Lawson Kimbrew 13:4;p32

Bing, Louise
 Bringing Lincoln to West Virginia  7:3;p65
 The Famous Latlips, Charleston's Premiere Show Family 5:2;p30
 Remembering Luna Park 8:3;p5
 "Soup, Soap, and Salvation": "Brother Pat" Withrow and the Charleston Union Mission  6:3;p25

Bjorlie, Clara Castelar
 Stepping Back in Time: Another West Virginia Gristmill  17:1;p20
 "What America Is Made Of": Country Ham in the German Tradition  15:4;p23

Bladyes, Sophia B.
 Reading and Writing: A Report from Morgantown's Literary Discussion Group  10:1;p61

Blake, Lisa
 Captain Pete Grassie and the Princess Margy  28:2;p10

Blevins, Ernest Everett
Civil War Battlefield Preservation 45:2;p64

Blisard, John
 Coondog Heaven 26:4;p10

Blizzard, William C.
 The Mystery of Rosbys Rock  2:3;p37
 Working on the Railroad  1:2;p28

Bloemker, Jim
 Whatever It Takes: Elmer Mollohan of Webster County  10:4;p9
 Working the Hardwood Country: Glenn Spencer and the Lumber Business  13:2;p25

Board, Bill
 Hinton's Masonic Theater  2:1;p3

Board, David
The Crash of Flight 932 46:3;p12

Boggs, Hunter
 Mr. Grandview Meets Mr. Grandview: A Grouse Tale  22:2;p42

Bolling, Nan
 Spanning Time: Touring West Virginia's Covered Bridges  14:2;p32

Bolte, Ethel
 Aunt Mary's House  16:2;p8
 The Meadow  15:2;p8

Bond, S. Thomas
 The Old Brick Church at Lost Creek  33:1;p34

Bones, Mary Catherine
“Mary, come home!” My Trip Back to Wenonah 44:1;p60

Bonnstetter, Cathy Meo
 "You Never Forget": Taylor County's Color Guard  27:4;p9

Booth, Adam
 2017 Vandalia Award Recipient Jim Good 44:1;p72

Bordinat, Philip
 Reading and Writing: A Report from Morgantown's Literary Discussion Group  10:1;p61

Botts, Patricia
 Curing at Hopemont: A Former Patient's Recollections  12:1;p36

Bousquet, Woodward S.
 Stories in Wood and Metal: Marshall Fleming's Little Hidden Valley  18:2;p58

Bowyer, Rev. O. Richard
 Healing Spirits 44:3;p34

Boyd Blankenship, Laiken
Al Leonard: Hampshire County’s Centenarian Trapper 47:3;p10
The Pigtown Fling 44:2;p72

Bragg, Alyce Faye
 My Home  33:2;p25

Bragg, Melody E.
 Glen Jean: Echo of an Empire  14:4;p9
 The Reliable Bill Trevey: Glen Jean's Photographer  14:4;p17

Brammer, Richard
 A Home for the Homeless: Remembering the Pleasants County Poor Farm  20:3;p45

Brand, Irene B.
 "And Never Learned to Swim": Bob McGuffin and the River  9:3;p15
 Boat Building at Point Pleasant 16:4;p34
 "Boy, How Things Have Changed!" Bob McGuffin Recalls Turn-of-the-Century Point Pleasant  9:3;p23
 Captain Charles Henry Stone: "God Gave Us a Beautiful Gift in These Rivers" 11:2;p25
 "The Finest in the State": Harry Shadle's Mount Vernon Farm  19:2;p48
 Harmony Church: Witness and Worship in Mason County  31:1;p30
 Rural Route: Jabez Beard Carried the Mail   13:4;p37
 Shantyboat Days: Gladys Price Recalls Life on the River  10:2;p40
 Showboat Families  9:4;p32
 Showboating: Garnet Reynolds Recalls Life on the Majestic  9:4;p28
 The Worst Since Noah: Point Pleasant Floods  17:4;p51

Brand, Marsha S.
 The Taste of Coal  32:2;p36

Brant, Mike
 Turtle Man of Lubeck 40:3;p24

Brannon, Charles E.
 Surviving the Great Depression: Our Year on the Farm 38:1;p56
 Tales of a B&O Fireman  33:4;p22

Brashler, Janet C.
 Before John King Arrived: Early History of the Monongahela National Forest  9:4;p62
 Don Gaudineer: The Ranger's Ranger  9:4;p60

Brawley, Harry M.
 Coalfields Vacations in the Mine Wars Era  17:2;p36
 Front Street Saturday Night  12:3,p8
 The Great Kanawha  15:3;p71
 Stories My Father Told Me  11:3;p8
 When the Capitol Burned  12:1;p8

Brennan, Jennifer
Hickory Hill: Restoring a Childhood Home 44:2;p64

Brennan, Margaret
 Wheeling's Irish Thread: An O'Brien Family Tale  25:1;p18

Brewster, Donna Brown
One-Room School Days  43:3;p64

Brewster, Kathy Webb
 Coal Fires and Memories  29:4;p38

Brightwell, Steve
Out and About in Wheeling 45:3;p50
Point Pleasant: A Photo Essay  43:4;p26
Quilts and Wall Hangings 2020 46:3;p60
West Virginia Independence Hall Today 45:3;p38

Brinkley, Ellen Henson
 A Gift of the Past: Writing Family History  10:4;p4

Brown, Deb Austin
The Daffodils Will Remember 44:1;p64

Brown, Jeanette
 Ghostly Remembrances: A Visit to Scollay Hall and Middleway  8:3;p65
 A Special Place and Two Special People: A Visit to Shepherdstown  7:4;p65
 Witchcraft, Freed Slaves, and the Naming of Needmore  7:1;p67

Brown, Leona G.
 Alderson Baptist Academy  16:3;p27
 Allegheny Lodge: Looking Back on a Lost Landmark  17:3;p38
 Apple Heritage  41:3;p62
 The Ghosts of Stretcher's Neck  24:3;p64
 Grandview 22:2;p34
 Life in College Park: The G.I. Bill Changes WVU  21:3;p25
 Quinnimont: Going Back to a New River Town   16:3;p23
 Recalling an Irish Mountain Farm Family: The O'Leary-Gwinn Connection  17:1;p55
 Round Bottom: Home of the New River Gwinns   10:1;p16

Brown, Shari
 At Home With the Browns: A Morgan Ridge Legacy  22:2;p24

Brown, Susan Ray
Salt Rising Bread: A West Virginia Tradition 45:1;p42

Browning, Kathleen Hensley
 The Cattle Drive  10:2;p8
 When Dad Carried the Mail  9:2;p46

Browning, Linda Myers                     
 Night Riders on the Air  35:1;p28

Browning, Rebecca
 Whiskey Days  6:2;p67

Bruffey, Jean
 The Girl from Ireland   38:4;p36

Bruner, Jim
 Hard Ground and Weeds: Will Bruner's Gardening Memoir  13:2;p60
 Recalling Will Bruner  13:2;p62

Bryant, Georgia Gordon
 How I Came To the Thorn Street Diner  26:1;p34

Bumgardner, Stan
The 1954 Disaster 44:3;p19
The 1960 Democratic Primary 46:2;p10
2017 Books on Appalachia  43:3;p76
2018 Vandalia Award Recipient Bil Lepp 45:1;p74 
Angelo’s Famous Italian Sausage: An Old-World Tradition in Fayette County  41:1;p16
Beverly Fluty (1931 – 2009) 45:3;p35
“Cap” Ferguson”: A Black Trailblazer  43:1;p62
Charlie and Charly 47:4;p8
Comfortably Numb 44:3;p80
The Culture Center: West Virginia’s “Treasure House” 42:2;p26
The Day the Capitol Burned 46:4;p66
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Charleston 44:1;p57
The Farmington Mine Disaster 44:3;p6
Food Heritage in Wheeling 45:3;p55
The Ghosts of West Virginia 46:3;p66
Harry Brawley 46:4;p69
In the Beginning . . . South Charleston’s Belgian Roots 37:4;p16
“It was a really bad time”: Pat Daugherty Reflects on the Crash 46:3;p18
Jane George: A Lifetime of Inspiration 44:2;p14
Jimmy Joe Wedge: Memories of the Silver Bridge Disaster  43:4;p20
Farmington Widows 44:3;p52
Kim Johnson: Our Beyoncé of the Banjo 44:4;p10
The Legacy Continues 46:3;p44
The Legacy of the Mine Wars 47:2;p88
The Many Faces of Jude Binder 46:4;p18
The Miracle of Hominy Falls 44:1;p7
Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy 45:3;p40
New Books Available  41:3;p66
The Quiet Dell Murders: West Virginia’s Crime of the Century  33:3;p54
The Silver Bridge Disaster  43:4;p8
Recent Books on Appalachia 44:4;p70
Remembrances 46:2;p7
A Tale of Two Matewans 46:1;p38
The “Wee Vee”: West Virginia’s Pride and Joy 42:4;p20
West Virginia Books Available 46:3;p70 / 47:4;p78
West Virginia Journalist Wins Pulitzer Prize  43:2;p6
The West Virginia Mine Wars: A Brief History 47:2;p8
The West Virginia Mine Wars Museum 47:2;p83
West Virginia Remembers Pearl Harbor 42:4;p14

Bunting, Camilla
 When Hollywood Came to Moundsville: Filming Davis Grubb's Fools' Parade 21:2;p48

Burdette, Cody A.
 The BC&G and the Last Stand of Steam  30:3;p24
 Farewell to Steam: Railroading at the End of an Era  14:1;p9
 Firing on the Grade: A Shay Summer at Cass  15:2;p58
 Home to Swandale 18:1;p9
 “Out On the Trail”: Tales of a Mail Rider  32:4;p46
 Recalling the Great Depression: Hard Times on a Hillside Farm  19:4;p6
 The Section Hand  29:3;p36

Burnett, John
 Fishing in Berwind  30:2;p46

Burnette, Nancy Svet
 "Where the Rails Turn Up": Slovenes in Richwood  26:4;p38

Bush, Michael E.
 The Appalachian Play-party  1:2;p10

Byer, Alan
Dira Stout, Sr.: Steam Locomotive Prodigy  43:4;p58
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Denzil Cowger 47:3;p8
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Vernon Burky 45:4;p9
Life Goes on in Helvetia: Eleanor Fahrner Mailloux’s Legacy Endures 47:3;p16
More about the Ballis and the West Virginia Swiss;  41:4;p62
Recalling Bob Caruthers: Last of the BC&G Steam Railroaders  32:4;p10
Steam Locomotives in the West Virginia Woods  43:4;p64
Swiss Family Balli: The Movie;  41:4;p56
Visiting the Balli Sisters of Helvetia  36:2;p10

Byrne, W. E. R.
 Elk River Tales: A Webster County Story  22:1;p9

Cabbell, Edward J.
 "The Soulful Side of Mountain Life": Ten Years of the John Henry Festival 9:3;p67
 Uncle Homer Walker  6:3;p70
 "Where Could I Go But to the Lord?" Shape-note Singing Among Blacks in Southern West Virginia 7:4;p65

Cabell, Lawrence “Larry”
The Community Coal Mine 47:1;p36

Caldwell, Charles W.

 Sandpaper  28:2;p64

Caldwell, Georgia
 Religion by the Roadside: The Halltown Memorial Chapel  22:4;p52

Call, Patricia
 A Visit to Winfield: Going Home With Carl Miller  13:4;p46

Calwell, Ben
The Day the Comic Books Burned 47:1;p54

Cameron, Laurie
 The Howes Tannery: Making Leather in Pocahontas County 37:3;p50

Campbell, Larry
 Warm Mornings in Clay County  29:4;p32

Campbell, Shirley Young
 Coal Towns: Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival  7:3;p6

Caniff, Tom
 Acres, Roods, and Perches: A Century of Glassmaking on a Wellsburg Corner 12:4;p51
 Wheeling's "Fancy Grocers": A Bottle Collector Writes of Early Food Packing in the Northern Panhandle 7:2;p58

Cantrell, Betty
 Widen, The Town J.G. Bradley Built  3:1;p2

Caplinger, Michael
 Understanding the Band Saw 17:4;p16

Carder, Patricia Byrnside
William Cooper Stiles, Jr., and Thornhill Mansion 44:4;p56
Waterborne: River Work in Winter 38;4;p24

Carlson, Renie
"Thank You, Lord, I'm Home": An Interview with Poet Muriel Miller Dressler  9:3;p25

Caroli, Tina J.
 A Life in Time: Piano Man Paul Pannell  19:1;p33

Carper, Helen
 From Seminary to University: The First Century  14:4;p5
 Going Home Again: Once More to Ovapa  19:2;p28
 A Grand Move: Morris Harvey College Comes to the City  14:4;p46
 Looking Back on a Busy Life: Phyllis Hamrick of St. Albans  21:1;p44
 The Thursday Club  21:1;p48
 "What a Time We Had!" An Oil Field Love Story  19:2;p32
 With Never a Recipe: Family History and Dried Apple Pie  11:3;p59

Carpenter, Jerry
 Tressie Dale Smith: More Than a Lunch Lady to Me  32:1;p20

Carter, W. Hodding
 Thurmond: Change Continues in a New River Town  21:2;p15

Case, Bill
 Breaking New Ground: A Century of Agricultural Experimentation  14:1;p46
 Never Going to Quit: Maurice G. Brooks  14:1;p52

Casto, James E.
 Aboard the Paul G. Blazer: Riding on the River  19:1;p14
 Dreamland: Summer Fun in Wayne County   22:2;p44
 From Hauling Pies to Hauling People: Bus Driver Harry Erwin  20:2;p37
 Hillsboro Observes the Pearl Buck Centennial  18:2;p70
 Locking Through: Remaking History on the Ohio  19:1;p9
 "Nickels and Dimes by the Barrelful": Taking the Bus in Huntington  20:2;p33
 "A Rattle Heard 'Round the Nation": The Saga of the Brinkley Bridge  22:3;p57
 Something About Stewart's Curb Service in Huntington  21:3;p40
A Warm Welcome: World War I Troop Trains  43:1;p58
West Virginians on the Mexican Border a Century Ago 42:1;p64

Cervin, Michael
 Tasting the Waters in Berkeley Springs  35:4;p46

Chadwick, Doug
 New River Towns: 1900-1920  2:2;p17
 "Nothing Will Ever Bring Them Back"  2:1;p35

Chamberlain, Lorna
 Buying on Time: A 1920's Couple Sets Up Housekeeping  18:1;p30
 Family Farming  17:2;p45
 The Flu Epidemic, 1918  16:4;p2
 Nothing But a Ford  14:1;p69
 Uncle Sol and Devil Anse  13:2;p65
 We Never Missed the Bus  16:3;p8
 Work To Be Done: A Wellsburg Church Recovers From the '36 Flood  13:3;p18

Chambers, Bill
 "To Marry a Soldier": An Interview with Lena Kiser  7:1;p22

Clark, Jack
 Tick Lilly & the Junkyard Derby 40:3;p60

Clark, James C.
Rocky Cornfields, a Watch, Confederate Money, and a Couple Millstones 44:1;p54
Sixteen Years on Hackers Creek 39:4;p48

Clark, Robell B.
 Recollections of Ashford  20:1;p70

Clauson-Wicker, Su
 Riding Route 52: The Old Coal Road   28:1;p10

Cleek, Ward
 Allegheny Lodge: A Manager Remembers   17:3;p43

Cline, Paul C.
 James Tyree Rexrode, The Man  3:3;p39

Cobb, Mary
 Back to Williams Mountain  17:3;p65
 Basic Education: Gladys Fox Recalls Her One-Room Schools   17:3;p60
 "Good Times Together": Lucille Hanna Looks Back   19:4;p16

Coberly, Lenore McComas
A Beautiful Place Called Ugly 45:1;p36
 Bob Adkins: Lincoln County Gas Man   18:2;p31
 Settling Family Differences   18:2;p36

Coe, Michael
 Clowning Around: Shriner Jerry Conn   12:2;p66

Cogar, H. R.  
 A Nightmare on Braxton Street: The 1936 Tar Barrel Explosion 47:3;p38
William Holly Griffith: West Virginia Desperado  36:3;p40

Cohenour, Charles
 The Murder of Snowden Crane  30:3;p62

Cole, Merle T.
Another Mystery: How Did Samuel D. Brady Die? 42:2;p67
A Border Photo Mystery 45:2;p30
An Early Manhunt 45:2;p18
Highway Patrol 45:2;p20
The Mysterious Ferguson Rock 46:4;p50
Rentals, Radios, and Resurgence: The State Police in the 1930s 42:2;p62
The Revenooers: Enforcing Prohibition in West Virginia  43:4;p36
“State Police Hold the Logan County Line” 47:2;p44
Thomas B. Davis: The Governor’s Go-to Guy 45:2;p16
West Virginia Mounties 45:2;p28
The West Virginia State Police: Born of Chaos 45:2;p6  

Coleman, Martha Caroline
Martha Manning: A Century of West Virginia Stained Glass   38:3;p20

Collins, Maxson B.
 Berlin: Boyhood Memories in Lewis County  28:4;p29

Collins, Wanda
 Christmas Apples  36:4;p62

Conte, Bob
 Debunking the Bunker  36:4;p25
 Hidden in Plain Sight: The Greenbrier’s Bunker 36:4;p18

Conti, Susan
 Mary S. Ferguson  2:1;p14

Cook, Virginia
 89 Years in the Coalfields: A Satisfying Life in Wyoming County   34:1;p48

Cookro, Beverly
 My Mom, the Snake Slayer 35:2;p54

Cooper, E. R., M.D.
 Memories of a Country Doctor   38:3;p50

Cooper, John
 Churning Butter  23:4;p62
 Living Through the Great Depression   36:1;p28
 Young Days on our Stone Lick Farm 31:1;p24

Cooper, Steven
 Holding Court: West Virginia’s First Girls’ High School Basketball Tournament   39:1;p24
Copeland, E. Luther
 Confessions of a Lumberjack  23:4;p23

Copenhaver, Ben
 Ginseng: Digging for Treasure in Brooke County 36:3;p59

Corbin, David A.
 The 'Ups and Downs' of a British Coal Miner in the West Virginia Coal Fields 2:4;p35

Corder, C. Lee
Farmer, Soldier, Teacher, Patriot 46:4;p79

Core, Earl
 Goldenseal  1:1;p1 / 6:1;p3 / 10:1;p2 / 15:1;p70 / 25:3;p22

Coscoe, Joe
 Cabell County Poor Farm, 1853 to 1929  5:2;p36

Costa, Jimmy
 Folklife at the Cultural Center: The Costa Collection 12:2;p58

Cottrill, David
 Oakhurst Links: Golfing the Old-Time Way  30:2;p62

Coulter, Mary
 Love Story of a Coal Miner's Widow  4:4;p28

Cox, Jessica L.
 Cox's Store: A Hampshire County Landmark  21:1;p18

Cox, William E.
 A Daughter Remembers  10:1;p17
 "McKendree No. 2": The Story of West Virginia's Miners Hospitals  7:3;p36

Crabtree, Becky
 Picture Day 40:2;p50

Crabtree, Mark
 Coalwood Today  27:2;p60
 Hard Work and Music: Fiddler Elmer Rich  35:3;p44
 Red Ribble, Coalfield Photographer 7:1;p9
 Worley Gardner: Mountain Music, Dance and Dulcimers  18:2;p9

Craig, Christopher
 The Curio House at Harpers Ferry 35:2;p60

Craigo, Robert W.
 West Virginia Coal Company Scrip 5:4;p68

Cramblett, Laura L.
 The Bethany Trolley 37:2;p16

Crane, Phillip
Our Forgotten Civil War: Ritchie County’s School Crisis 45:4;p40

Crawford, Janetta
 Home Sweet Home: Blue Jay, West Virginia 42:4;p62

Crawford, Richard
 Making Judge Robinson's Death Mask  27:3;p50

Creadick, Nowell
 What is Old-time String Band Music?  1:1;p9

Creasy, William D.
 Beaver Creek  12:2;p51
 A Depression Ramble  18:1;p70
 Preacher James and Sally Ann  19:3;p9

Crockett, Maureen
 Berdines: A Visit to Ritchie County’s Old-Time 5 & Dime 34:3;p24
 Bessie Barnard: A Visit with "Grammy" 9:4;p23
 A Big Noise on Knapps Creek: W.C. Gentry Makes Sawdust 15:1;p15
 Doing Time in Style: The State Prison for Women at Pence Springs  16:2;p48
 Doing Time on Kennsion Mountain: Pocahontas County's Forgotten Prison  11:1;p38
 Flummery and Purslane: Food and the Great Depression   32:1;p24
 Follow the Coal: A Visit with Oreste Leombruno  31:3;p6
 Getting Along Together: Black Life in Pocahontas County  22:4;p41
 Hill Daughter Louise McNeill  17:4;p65
Hopemont: Curing Tuberculosis in Preston County  12:1;p30
 Johnnie Hill  24:1;p22
 The Man Who Fed the Animals: Nap Holbrook and the Early Days at Watoga  17:2;p50
 Pence Springs Resort Lives Again  16:2;p54
 "Special Music and Dedicated Service": Miss Autumn Amos of Braxton County  9:4;p23
 Wild Foods at North Bend: Some Were Eaten and Some Escaped  15:4;p65

Croft, Maple
 A Mineral County Farm 9:2;p41

Crookshanks, Ben
 "All in a Day's Work": Former State Trooper William R. Seal  25:1;p43
 Making Whiskey in Greenbrier County 34:2;p58
 Nothing But Hardwood: The Meadow River Lumber Company  17:4;p9
 Second to None: Eighty Years of the West Virginia State Police  25:1;p32
Croston, Lois
 We, the People of Chestnut Ridge: A Native Community in Barbour County 25:3;p30

Crum, Brad
The Fountain: Remembrance and Memorial 46:3;p23
Resiliency in the Face of Tragedy: The Buffalo Creek Therapy Quilt 47:4;p36

Crummitt, Hattie M.
 Conversation with an Old House 22:4;p63

Culbert, Anne Clark
 Grandmother's House: Memories of a Brooke County Farm 8:1;p24

Cullinan, Kathleen
 Arthurdale: The New Deal Comes to Preston County 7:2;p7

Curry, Roy Watson
 Home Again: Don Neill of Buckhannon  14:2;p46

Custer, Frances Upton
 After the Fall of '29: A Clarksburger Recalls the Great Depression  14:3;p44

Cuthbert, John A.
 A Musicological Look at John Johnson's Fiddling  7:4;p16
 "In Steel and Song": The Wheeling Steel Radio Show  18:4;p32

Damron, Bob
 Building the Capitol 8:2;p16

Damron, Bob and Carole
 Mother Jones in Court: Act I, Scene 3, from "Brimstone and Lace" 6:4;p43

Daniel, Will
 The Last of Its Kind: Dib Harmon and the Sistersville Ferry 16:3;p50

Davis, F. Keith
The Hatfields, the McCoys, and the Other Matewan Shootout 42:1;p14
Johnse Hatfield: Violence and Mayhem after the Vendetta 42:2;p50

Davis, John L.
 The Great Harmon Creek Flood of 1912  41:1;p34

Davis, Nadine
 The Way it Was: Memories of Glenna Harrah Weaver 37:4;p48

Davisson, Lucille Kemper
 Springtime in Plaugher Hollow  33:1;p18

Daugherty, George
 "A Good People Doing a Good Thing": Pinch Reunion Reaches 100  27:2;p44

Daugherty, Kenneth C.
 The Bushy-Tailed Defender 38:2;p48

Davis, Bradford
 Dad's Sheep 15:1;p8

Davis, Cora Hanlin
 Angus Cattle in West Virginia and America  9:2;p45
 Maple Croft: A Mineral County Farm  9:2;p41

Davis, John
 Buffalo, Putnam County: A West Virginia Community Enters the 2Oth Century  5:3;p13

Davis, Lloyd
 How Folk Music Got That Way: Thanksgiving Memories by Lloyd Davis 17:3;p68

Davis, Rachelle
 Nickels and Dimes in Parsons  28:3;p37

DeBellis, Jeff
La Mano Nero: The Black Hand in West Virginia 47:3;p60
Tapping into History 44:4;p62

DeBerry, Mary Lucille
 Auburn, 1913-1929 3:4;p4
 Perry Cox: "A Good Photographer, Much in Demand" 22:4;p26
 "A Home Away From Home": Harrisville's Whitehall Hotel  25:4;p36
 A Slave's Son But Not a Slave 2:3;p14

Deitz, Dennis
 Hog Butchering 10:3;p69
 "I Think We've Struck a Gold Mine": A Chemist's View of Hawks Nest 16:3;p42
 Maple Sugar Time  11:1;p64

Deitz, Elizabeth
 "As We Lived a Long Time Ago" 7:3;p9

Dempsey, Sarah
 Norton House: Malden's Best-Kept Secret  27:3;p36

Denton, Margo Blevin
 Echoes of Buffalo Creek: Lewis Bondurant  35:4;p18
“Working—and playing”: An Oral History 46:2;p44

Dennison, Corley F.
 WSAZ Radio: "The Worst Station from A to Z"  27:4;p40

DePollo, Janice
 "Win or Lose, There's Always Tomorrow" 10:3;p65

Deskins, Charlotte
 Family Graveyard: The Collins Cemetery of McDowell County  13:3;p54
 From Nature's Bounty: Mushroom Hunting in Mercer County  16:1;p36
 Groundhogs  14:4;p65
 Haints, Hairy Men, and Headless Mules  14:3;p61
 Healing from the Hills: Folk Medicine of the Southern Mountains  16:4;p60
 It Makes the World Go 'Round: A McDowell County Love Story  14:1;p66
 Moonshine "New Moon, True Moon": Love Lore From McDowell County  12:1;p62

DiBacco, Jerry
 Night of Raging Waters: Parsons and the 1985 Flood  31:3;p14                   
 Saving Pauline  31:3;p23

DiBacco, Lori Marie
 The Ricottillis of Barbour County: An Italian Family Carries On  32:3;p48

Dickerscheid, Pamela J.
 Ho-Ho-Ho! Santa Bill Kimmons 38:4;p62

Diehl, Jeff
Clay in My Blood 45:4;p32

Divens, Douglas Clyde
 Hunting Squirrels and Leaving Home: A Story for Father's Day  12:1;p7

Doan, Wilma
 "A Chance to Make a Dollar": Grace Lowther, Tyler County Grocer and Innkeeper 7:3;p41
 "Petticoat Government": The All-Woman Administration of a Tyler County Town  7:2;p67

Dodrill, Carl
 Tools of Mountain Living: The Knot Maul  20:1;p8

Doll, Susan M.
 Starstruck by Stage Struck: Hollywood Comes to New Martinsville  28:1;p36

Donegia, Wayman A.
 How We Fed Ourselves Back Then: Eating Well in Barbour County  33:2;p26

Douglas, Eric
Growing Up Jewish in Charleston 44:4;p28
The Heartbeat of Huntington: A Tragedy Pulls a City Together 46:3p6
West Virginia Mine Wars in Historical Fiction: Writers Jean Battlo and Denise Giardina 47:2;p66

Douglas, James Wilson
 Claude R. Linger: West Virginia’s Other Presidential Candidate  30:3;p38
Good-Bye Wilson Douglas: Epitaph from a Front Porch

Douglas, John
 Joltin' Jim McCoy: Morgan County's Country Music Troubadour  28:1;p54
 The Redhead Murder Case: An Unsolved Mystery from 1950 37:3;p62
 "Sleeping Beneath the Sand": Songwriter John W. Unger of Morgan County  19:4;p61

Douglas, Wilson
 How I Came to be a Fiddler 3:1;p21

Dragan, Jon
 "A Dirty, Messy Place to Work": B.H. Metheney Remembers Hawk's Nest Tunnel  7:1;p34

Driver, David
 Lew Burdette: The Pride of Nitro 24:3;p56

Drummond, Anne
 Dugan Drew It All: Recalling a Great Huntington Cartoonist  15:1;p22

Duffield, G. Curtis
 Hobo's Coon: A Braxton County Hunting Tale  21:3;p53
 Sporting Goods  20:3;p64

Duffy, Seán (for Ann Thomas)
Wheeling’s 20th Man: Race Relations in the Northernmost Southern City 45:3;p16

Dumont, Edgar, Jr.
 Remembrances of Grandma and Grandpa Dumont 37:4;p22

Dunkle, John L., Sr.
 The Dunkles of Deer Run: A Pendleton County Family 16:4;p22

Dunlap, Andrew
 Brooks Smith: The Making of a Banjo Player 22:1;p53

Dwire, Kailey
 My Lost Hamster   38:1;p64

Dye, Steve
 Building Rigs the Old Way: Oilman U.S. Dye  35:4;p26
 40 Years of Sawmilling  43:3;p42

Earls, Stephanie
A King-Sized Reunion: Capon Springs Resort 23:1;p9
 A Little Idea with Great Expectations  23:1;p14

Ebert, Lucy
 Timothy Corn: Folk Tales from the Eastern Panhandle 11:4;p66

Efaw, Jennifer L.
 Button, Button: St. Marys Had the Button Factory 21:2;p33
 High Hopes at Colin Anderson Center 24:4;p52

Eff, Elaine
 "A Whole Lot to It Buddy, A Whole Lot More Than Meets the Eye" 5:1;p5

Elkins, Crystal
 Echoes of Buffalo Creek: Leon Ball  35:4;p14

Ellifritt, Duane
 Baseball Crazy in Doddridge County 37:2;p24
 Puttin’ Up Hay in Doddridge County 39:2;p52

Ellison, Helen Steele
 Electricity Comes to the Country: Recalling Rural Electrification 15:2;p48
 The Ellisons of Hans Creek Valley: Two Centuries of Monroe County Family History 6:4;p56

Ellison, J. Z.
 Fast Express: Riding the Rails with REA  14:4;p22
 Hard Times and Higher Learning Education on the Family Plan 12:3;p52
 Reading, Riding and 'Rithmetic: Monroe County School Life 12:1;p43
 School Work  11:4;p65
 Tools of the Trade: The Broadax 17:3;p8
 While the Iron is Hot: From Blacksmithing to Modern Welding 17:4;p46

Elhamdani, Rawan
Rooted in the Mountains 42:4;p12

Estep, Janet
 Danger in the Hole: 1958 Mine Rescue Team  36:1;p34
 The Joy of Flying: Squire Haynes and the Rainelle International Airport  34:2;p24

Estepp, Doug
The Lively Letter 46:1;p30
Who Fired First? 46:1;p24

Eurich, Johanna
 Bringing Back Memories: On the Air with Bessie Gray 8:4;p5
 "The First Time I Ever Rode a Lear Jet": Boone County Coal Sculptor James Stewart 8:4;p21

Evans, George Bird
 Hunting the Blackwater-Canaan: From The Upland Shooting Life 19:4;p36

Everson, Hobart
 A Horse Called Fred  36:2;p24
 My First Job 37:3;p48
 Schoolboy and the Blizzard  33:4;p58

Fair, Holla Price
 "I've Done My Best": Old-Time Preacher Denver Hill  28:3;p52

Fansler, Paul Hensley
 Eating Natural: Oaks and Oak Nuts 18:3;p8
 Falling Where They May: West Virginia Walnuts 19:3;p60
 Martinsburg Memories: My Life as an Urban Outdoorsman 17:3;p46

Farley, Yvonne Snyder
 The Civilian Conservation Corps and Babcock State Park 7:1;p51
 "A Good Part of Life": Remembering the Civilian Conservation Corps 7:1;p42
 Holiness People 5:2;p22
 Holiness People Revisited 25:2;p10
 Homecoming 5:4;p7
 The Legg Egg Hunt 8:4;p19
 Lilly Reunion, 1979 6:1;p31
 Memories of the Oil and Gas Fields: Conversations with Pleasants County Oil Workers  7:4;p25
 "No Place They'll Treat You Better": A Weekend at Indian Creek Primitive Baptist Church  9:4;p9
 Oil and Gas in Pleasants County 7:4;p30
 One of the Faithful: Asaff Rahall, Church Founder 8:2;p51
 Plain Cooking: Barbara Meadows of Raleigh County 7:3;p46
 Ramps 6:3;p59 / 20:4;p20
 Remembering Earlier Reunions 6:1;p35
 Talking Turkey: J.C. Legg of Clay County  8:4;p9
 Taking Up Serpents 25:2;p14
 "To Keep Their Faith Strong": The Raleigh County Orthodox Community 8:2;p43
 An Urgency to Preach: Yvonne Farley Interviews Elder Mann 9:4;p17

Faulkner, Pearl Bratton
 Preacher Carr: Remembering a Grand Old Circuit Rider 21:1;p56

Feather, Carl E.
 Allegheny Treenware: Carving Out a Living in Preston County  38:4;p48
 “Almost Mushroom Heaven”: Finding Fungi in the Mountain State 39:2;p58
 Apple Royalty: Berkeley County's Miller Family  27:3;p6
 Berkeley Castle: Living in a Landmark   37:4;p8
 Bill Murray: A Round-up Original  30:4;p38
 The Bottling Works: Keeping History on Ice in Romney 22:4;p35
 The Buckwheat Stops Here: Preston County’s Hazelton Mill 39:3;p58
 Building Blackwater: A Visit with Daniel “Boone” Pase  36:1;p56
 Buster the Bluegrass Kitty 35:1;p26
 Cabwaylingo State Forest: Bonnie Watts’ Playground  32:3;p56
 Coleman’s Fish: A Great Catch in Wheeling 37:2;p30
 Country Store Opry: Grant County's Music Capitol  29:2;p56
 Crum Brothers: Witnesses to the Change  32:3;p62
Dr. Roy and Mary Ellen Harmon Jr.: “A very rewarding life” 45:3;p56
Doyle Kisner: Tucker County’s Single-Handed Clock Man  36:4;p36
 Everbreeze: Life at an Ohio County Landmark   39:3;p52
 Everything in Its Path and Other Books on Buffalo Creek 47:4;p44
The Executioner’s Story: Bob Harness and the Moundsville Pen 31:3;p38
 “Fair Dealing”: Richardson’s Hardware in Marlinton   38:1;p38
 A Fence Full of Apples: Espalier in Sistersville  27:3;p19
 First Cutting: A Story for June 13:2;p2
 Friendly Spirits at the Sportsman's Club  29:3;p58
 "Go See Sonny": Hedrick's Store in Hendricks  29:1;p44
 "Go See Willard": Selling Farm Machinery in Preston County 21:1;p32
 Grant Kimble’s Store: A “Scherr” Thing in Grant County  32:1;p62
 Harpers Ferry Ghost Walk 27:3;p60
 A Harrison County Drive-In: Sunset Memories  21:2;p65
 Harsh Reunion: “A Friendly Bunch of Customers”  36:2;p54
 Heirloom Apples 27:3;p14
 Henry Ruppenthal III: Never Too Young to Be a Weatherman 40:4;p46
 The Honeymoon's Over: Selling Souvenirs on U.S. Route 50  27:1;p20
 “I Have All I Need Here”: Glass Artist Ron Hinkle  35:4;p56
 “I Just Have the Memory”: Wilma Shriver and Her Farm 33:1;p26
 “I’m a Walking Miracle”: Jim Davis of Cunningham Run   34:4;p45
 The Jones Diamond: Mixed Blessings for a Peterstown Family  34:4;p18
 “Just a Little Bit of History”: Finding the Fairfax Stone  36:1;p50
 Katherine Reemsnyder of Buckhannon: A Wesleyan Family Legacy  33:3;p30
 Koolwink Motel: The American Dream in Romney  35:1;p54
 The Lady is a Fireman: Amy McGrew of Cass    38:1;p32
 LH&W Railroad: The Mason Family’s Backyard Train  33:4;p34
 LH&W Railroad: The Mason Family’s Backyard Train  40:1;p40
 Little House of Shepherdstown 46:4;p36
Little John Graham and Cherokee Sue: A Radio Love Story  30:4;p42
 Mail Time in Glady: Calvin Shifflett and his Post Office 33:2;p58
 “Mayor” Ivan Gorby of Bowman Ridge 31:2;p58
 Merchants of Thomas: Doing Business in Tucker County  19:4;p27
 The Milk Had to Get Through: Home Delivery in Tucker County 25:1;p26
 Modeling History: John Bowman and his Steamboats 37:1;p8
 Moondog: Taking a Bite Out of Crime in Wheeling 40:2;p60
 “The Most Busiest Man in the County”: Tom Knotts of Fellowsville 36:2;p60
 An Old-Fashioned Auction 39:1;p22
 One Marie Road: Something Interesting in Summers County 40:3;p62
 Organ Cave: A World Within a World 34:2;p42
 Our Lady of the Pines: The Small Church With a Big Heart  26:1;p52
 Packing Pickled Peppers in Clarksburg: An Oliverio Family Tradition  41:1;p10
 A Passion for the Drive-In: 1950's Institution Alive and Well at Grafton 21:2;p57
 Peter Shaver’s Grave 33:2;p65
 The Purple Fiddle: New Tradition in Thomas  33:1;p54
 Really Fine People: O’Hurley’s: Home to Sweet Music  41:3;p46
 Redeeming the Real Crum 32;2;p62
 Remembrance, Reflection, and Honor: Rowlesburg’s World War II Museum 38:3;p60
 Rosbys Rock: No More, No Less  31:4;p46
 Selling Side-By-Side at Seneca Rocks  34:3;p18
Setting the Record Straight with Mimi Pickering: An Act of Man 47:4;p50
“Seventh Heaven”: Saturday Night at the Sagebrush Round-up  30:4;p32
 Sharp’s Store: 100 Years of Nostalgia in Pocahontas County  37:2;p59
 Smaller Than the Smallest  26:1;p54
 "So Proud To Be Here": A Visit With Comedienne Elsie Whitmer  29:2;p62
 “Sounds of Home”: Songwriter Dorsey Wiseman  30:4;p48
 Stages Costume Shop: 20,000 Characters for Rent in Wheeling  39:4;p30
 Still Standing in Tucker County: Sonny Lansberry Carries On  32:2;p56
 Sweet Repose in Bartow      38:4;p10
 Tilting at Turbines: Nick Boinovych's Windmill  22:3;p41
 “Top Kick”: Gereald Bland and his Military Museum  33:3;p19
 Twin Houses of Maken 39:4;p58
 Update — LH&W Railroad   40:1;p47
The Washington Houses of Jefferson County 42:4;p42
 "We Like This Old Music": Wetzel County's Hillbilly Haven  29:2;p66
 “We’re Very Blessed”: Sweet Life at Laurel Fork Farm   37:1;p16
 West Virginia Back Roads: Alasky’s: Another Name for Farmington 44:3;p73
West Virginia Back Roads: All Aboard in Belington: Leon Cross and the New Tygart Flyer  31:4;p60
 West Virginia Back Roads: Antiques and Memories in Pendleton County    38:4;p64
 West Virginia Back Roads: Being Different in Hepzibah  33:2;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Berkeley Springs’ Brightest Star 46:1:p74
West Virginia Back Roads: Bible Walk in Morgantown  33:4;p64
 West Virginia Back Roads: Building Houses for a Feathered Clientele  41:1;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: Center Point Covered Bridge 40:2;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: Chain-Saw Art in Horner  35:3;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: Chapel for a Boy in Upshur County 35:4;p64
 West Virginia Back Roads: Character Farm in Morgan County   34:2;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Clifton E. Brooks Sr.: West Virginia’s Last Surviving Tuskegee Airman 45:4;p76
West Virginia Back Roads: Cook’s Old Mill: You Can’t Help But Stop 42:4;p68
West Virginia Back Roads: Dave Cross III: The Coalwood Greeter 31:1;p58
West Virginia Back Roads: A Dentist at the Pinnacle  43:4;p78
West Virginia Back Roads: DePollo Connections Come Full Circle 46:2;p74
 West Virginia Back Roads: Drive-In Nights at Franklin 38:2;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: Driving A Bargain on Route 50 34:1;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: Dwar Cooper’s Chain Saw Shop in Harman 37:1;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: A Chip off the Old Pringle  41:4;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: Eating Green with a View   39:3;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: Echoes of the Flood at Harman  31:3;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: “Farmer Lessons” in Preston County  36:4;p64
 West Virginia Back Roads: Fishing for Souls on Route 219 40:3;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: Friendly Glass, Glowing Memories 30:4;p60
West Virginia Back Roads: From Magistrate to Lawn Artist 44:2;p79
 West Virginia Back Roads: Full Circle, Full Service in Lenox 47:1;p84
West Virginia Back Roads: Go Fish: Discovering Pleasure Valley  32:2;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: The Great Pumpkin of Preston County 36:3;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: Harpers Ferry’s Haunted Cottage 37:3;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: Heart of the Town  41:3;p68 
 West Virginia Back Roads: Highland Springs: A Compassionate Farm  43:3;p78
West Virginia Back Roads: Hobart Ellifritt and his Bluebird Motels 33:1;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: Irish Road Bowling in Wheeling 39:1;p58
West Virginia Back Roads: “It’s all about partnerships”: Preserving Historic Wheeling 45:3;p74
West Virginia Back Roads: It’s in Her Background: Helen Bowers’ Garden 42:1;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: Jamboree at Dunmore Schoolhouse   39:4;p64
 West Virginia Back Roads: Johnson’s Corner: Wisdom, Inspiration, and Bargains at a Wide Spot in the Road  30:1;p60
 West Virginia Back Roads: Keeping an Eye on the Wheeling Suspension Bridge 40:4;p64
West Virginia Back Roads: Keyser’s Cobbler  43:2;p72
 West Virginia Back Roads: Meet Betty Thompson: The Weather Lady of Glady  32:4;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: Military Museum in Weston  38:3;p62
West Virginia Back Roads: A Monument to the Victims 44:1;p80
 West Virginia Back Roads: Motoring and Memories in Kingwood  36:2;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: No Gas in Monongah  41:2;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: An Old Crop Finds a New Home 44:4;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Old Glory on Haystack Hill 30:3;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: Old School Bookstore in Pocahontas County 39:2;p68
West Virginia Back Roads: Pickin’ Pumpkins at Old McDonald’s: Visiting a Historic Berkeley County Farm 47:3;p84
 West Virginia Back Roads: PIGS Haven in Shepherdstown  35:2;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: A Plate from Every State: License Plate Forest in Pleasant Valley  30:2;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: The Poet of South Jefferson Street 34:4;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: Pressing Cider in Preston County  34:3;p64
 West Virginia Back Roads: Ramp Sunday at Mount Grove  36:1;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: A Real Barn Dance in Aurora  33:3;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Scrap Sculpture: Hancock County’s Front-Yard Gallery 46:4;p86
West Virginia Back Roads: Selling Bikes in Bath  43:1;p78
 West Virginia Back Roads: Selling Daylilies in Bunker Hill 37:2;p66
 West Virginia Back Roads: Shave and a $6 Haircut in New Martinsville 37:4;p60
 West Virginia Back Roads: A Shop for Sore Eyes in St. Marys  34:1;p62
West Virginia Back Roads: Solar Mountain Records: Keyser’s Groovy Shop 45:1;p68
West Virginia Back Roads: A Tale of Two Centuries 42:2;p68
 West Virginia Back Roads: A Texas Tradition in Preston County  32:3;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: A Visit with Eddy Cathers 45:2;p78
West Virginia Back Roads: Wheeling & Dealing in Wheeling   38:1;p62
 West Virginia Back Roads: “Your Move”: Honor and Checkers in Matewan 31:2;p66
 What’s it Worth to You? Pendleton County Auctioneer Garry Propst  39:1;p16
Willow Island 40 Years Later: A Lingering Cloud 44:1;p34
 Woodcarver Matt Wilkinson: Boone County’s Tool Man  32:4;p24
 Yokum’s Vacationland: Carving Out a Big Life at Seneca Rocks  34:3;p10

Fekete, Andréa
The Many Mamaw Melitas Who Raised Us 46:4;p75
Prologue: The Buffalo Creek Flood 47:4;p10

Felton, Tom
 “Fleetie Belle”: Adventures of a Tucker County Milk Truck 31:1;p18
 A Life Well-Spent: “Doc Pete” Michael of Parsons  34:3;p40
 Proud to Have Been Called Nurses: Recalling Davis Memorial Hospital School of Nursing 40:2;p20
 Tales from the Cells: Recalling the Tucker County Jail  32:3;p42

Fenn, Christine D.
 "What Made You Kill Poor Jay?" A Clay County Murder Ballad 12:3;p66

Ferguson, Carolyn Sue
 Home Comfort  16:4;p48

Fesenmaier, Steve
 A Call to Action: Let’s Save West Virginia’s Film History 42:4;p78
Early West Virginia Cinema (1919-1941) 28:1;p40
 Films, Videos, and DVD’s about West Virginia and Appalachia 32:3;p68 / 33:3;p68
 Films and Videos on West Virginia and Appalachia 29:4;p62
 Films of Appalachia 2015-2016 42:4;p75
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  5:2;p52
 Films and Videos on West Virginia and Appalachia 31:1;p68
 Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  34:3;p68 / 35:3;p68 / 36:3;p68
 More Films on West Virginia and Appalachia 6:2;p4
 New Films and Videos on West Virginia and Appalachia 28:1;p68
 Remembering Bob Gates   39:2;p70
 Special Music Edition: Films about West Virginia and Appalachia 37:4;p62
 "West Virginia — That'll Win Ya!" The Fesenmeier Brewery at Huntington  7:4;p45

Field, Harold
 Our Cruise on the South Branch: The Log Book: July 13-27, 1919  24:2;p9

Fields, Doris A.
Black Gospel & Blues: The Roots of American Music 47:1;p12

Fike, J. Michael
 From the Ashes: Saving Eglon School       38:1;p50

Fiske, Mel
 On the Road, 1940: Job Hunting on Route 52  20:1;p41

Flegel, Louise Burner
 "Durbin Was Quite a Big City": Mabel Burner Remembers 18:3;p27
 Lefty the Barber: Still Clipping at Cass  19:3;p29

Fleischhauer, Carl
 We Sing about Life and What It Means to Us  1:2;p14
 West Virginians at Washington Festival  2:4;p3

Fleishman, Tamar Alexia
Roadkill Cook-Off: You Ate What?!?  33:3;p62

Fleming, Betty Johnson
 Remembering the Maybeury Train Wreck  19:3;p64

Fleming, Dan B., Jr.
 A West Virginia Boy at the New York World’s Fair  30:2;p10
 WVU’s Mountaineer: Mascot with a Mission  32:3;p30

Fleming, Delores
 One Order Brought It All: A Morgantown Mail-Order House 8:2;p36

Fletcher, Karen L.
 16 Years of Foot-Stompin': The Footmad Story  23:1;p31

Fortner, Juliette Auger
 Granny & Paw 18:4;p7

Foster, Elaine Morrison
 "Big Andy Boggs:" In Search of the Legends and His Real-Life Story 4:1;p5
 Boyd M. Henry, Gunsmith 5:2;p11
 Gunsmithing: The Revival of a Tradition  5:2;p14

Fox, Carol L.
 Gifts from Santa 14:4;p8

Frazier, Kitty B.
 From the Fields of Clover: Looking Back with Georgie Chambers Webb 10:3;p42
 Initial Chapters  10:4;p24
 Out in the Field: An Interview with Botanist Elizabeth Ann Bartholomew 10:1;p47

Fredericks, Robert H.
 Mornings in the Mill Camp 19:1;p52

Freeman, Lud
 Mother and the Drunken Chickens  30:1;p44
 My Early Days in Lost Creek 28:3;p30

Freeman, Nick
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Alan Freeman 44:2;p7

Friend, Daniel J.
 Charles Town Photographer John League  32:2;p32
 “I Like to Tell This History”: William O. Macoughtry, Jr. Recalls the Treason Trials  32:2;p27
 The Norwalk: Martinsburg's Motor Car 29:2;p30
 The Norwalk: Martinsburg’s Motor Car   40:1;p16
 Update — The Norwalk Comes Home 40:1;p23

French, Buddy
 My First Night In the Mines 25:4;p25

Fryson, David
The Enigmatic Relationship of Mary Barnes and Sam Cabell 46:2;p28

Fulks, Danny
 Back to School at Big Laurel 13:3;p60

Fuller, Karin
The Resilience of West Virginians  43:4;p24

Furbee, Jack
Battle of the Bugs  41:1;p52
A Blackberry Day  41:2;p48
Christmas Eve in the Manger of the Little Barn  41:4;p28
Wood Gathering Day  40:4;p32

Furbee, Mary Rodd
 Bootstraps and Biscuits 23:4;p59
 Flight Memories 23:2;p41
 "I Was Never Afraid of Anything": Pilot Rose Rolls Cousins 23:2;p36
 Making Jam From Sour Grapes: Anna Lee Terry and Her Mountain Cookbook 23:4;p54
 Slim Arnold: Mountaineer Emeritus  22:3;p34
 Mary Carter Smith 24:1;p24
 Tell it On the Mountain: A Storytelling Festival at Jackson's Mill 24:1;p10

Gabehart, Jim
 Mountaineer Opry House: Milton’s Home for Bluegrass Music   38:3;p36

Gabriel, H. William
 Frank Edwin Mower: Keeping Cass Alive  26:2;p47
 Robert S. Hickman: Keeping the Company Store  26:2;p45

Gainer, Jeff
 Pat Gainer on Witches and Ghosts  11:3;p70

Gaines, Elliott
 Sharp's Country Store 14:1;p17

Gallagher, Francis J.
 Migrating to the Mountain State: An Irishman Comes to The Greenbrier  19:3;p55

Gallagher, John
 Remembering Red 27:1;p49

Gallagher, Marielle
 Bridging the Years: A Visit With Dorothy Yaus Cuonzo 29:3;p44

Gamble, Mort
 The Bethany Trolley  37:2;p16
 Circus!: Life Under the Big Top  35:3;p34
 JoAnn Davis: Singer, Author, Survivor   39:3;p34
 Dr. Jay Buckelew: The Bird Man of Bethany  41:1;p56

Gardner, Sharon L.
 Memories of a Mining Family: Tony Armstead Recalls Four Generations 26:4;p52

Garnette, Bill
 A Spruce Knob Miracle 26:3;p56
 Miracle Dust on Spruce Knob 40:1;p24

Garten, Ed
Desegregation in Summers County 46:2;p58

Gartner, Paul
Bill Browning  43:4;p46
David Morris (1944-2016) 42;4;p8
Dr. Gainer: Folk Festival Founder 26:2;p58
Elmer Bird: The Banjo Man From Turkey Creek  23:2;p45
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: David Morris 42:4;p8
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Mark Payne 46:1;p4
The Kessinger Family 23:3;p20
Mountain Music Roundup 26:4;p64 / 41:4;p64 / 42:4;p71 / 43:4;p74 / 45:4;p70
Musical Wood: Violin Maker Harold Hayslett  33:1;p46
“One Day More”: Activist Songwriter Elaine Purkey  32:2;p14
Songs of Labor 47:2;p72

Garton, George
 First Lady and the Ramp Egg  34:1;p60

George, Frank
In His Own Words 44:1p13

Giardina, Denise
 Another Idea of Cinder Bottom: "Sure We Got Problems" 20:2;p65

Gibbs, Judith
 "Nature Always Worked": Opal Freeman, Moatsville Midwife 10:1;p22

Giffin, Vernon O.
 Tokens From the Past: Supernatural Tales for the Fall Season 11:3;p65
 Traveling the Trough: Camping and Fishing the South Branch 13:2;p10

Gilardi, JoAnn
The Farm Family 46:2;p70

Gilbert, Cass
 Our Capitol: Architect Cass Gilbert Speaks  8:2;p19

Gilbert, Jerome
Why Is November 14 Important? 46:3;p2

Gilbreath, Beulah
 Fifth Augusta Heritage Arts Workshop  3:2;p3

Gilchrist-Stalnaker, Joy
 “I Wish I Could Remember Her Face”: Searching for Ethel Anders  35:1;p31
 "It Was Crowded Up There": Paddlewheelers on the Little Kanawha 20:2;p17
 104 and Counting: Bill Lowther of Wildcat, West Virginia 19:2;p60
 More Bad Weather: The Big Snow of 1950  23:1;p52
 Rebuilding a Dream: The Other Mill at Jackson's Mill 20:3;p51
 "The Worst Disaster in the Memory of Man": Recalling the '50 Flood 23:1;p48

Gillenwater, Mack
 "The Best Fuel You Could Find": Frank Pizzino Remembers the Briquette Industry 8:3;p34

Gilot, Jon-Erik                           
 Wheeling Photographer Eddie Martin    40:4;p56

Gioulis, Mike
 Evidence of Times Past: A Preservationist Looks at the Sutton Photographs 13:1;p13
 Recasting a Landmark: New Life for an Old Sutton Church 14:3;p65

Giudice, Betty Jo
 “Bad Luck Hit Us Again”: Josie Walton’s Journal  35:3;p52

Godfrey, Florence Lewis
 "Avery, Dear Avery" 26:3;p30

Goehring, Susan
 Sweeter Than the Flowers: Edith Baker of King Knob 25:3;p50

Good, Crystal
My Mountain Mama: 1967-1978  43:4;p3
The Praying Tree 42:3;p7
These People Live Here 42:3;p66

Goodnite, Abby Gail
 "Living the Right Life Now": Lynn Davis & Molly O'Day 24:1;p56

Goodwin, Jacqueline G.
 Aunt Laura: 100 Years in Jackson County  19:1;p18
 Belgians and Other Draft Breeds 12:2;p14
 Big Possums Stir Late: Oldtime Fiddler Harvey Sampson 12:1;p24
 Faith and Works: The Sisters of DeSales Heights  16:4;p9
 Garden Guardians: Some West Virginia Scarecrows  9:4;p41
 Gentle Giants: The Draft Horse Revival  12:2;p9
 Going 'Senging 11:4;p16
 "Good for Us to be Here": The Sisters Settle In 16:4;p19
 "I Remember Well": Events Surrounding the Last Public Hanging in West Virginia 16:1;p10
 "I've Always Loved Music": Champion Fiddler Glen Smith 16:2;p18
 Keeper of the Bees: Howard Collins of Wirt County 12:4;p42
 The Trappers' Rendezvous 11:2;p9
 Water Witching 11:1;p47
 Water Witching 20:4;p40
 The West Virginia Honey Festival  12:4;p47

Gordon, Josh
 “Soul of the Mountains”: A Visit with Fiddler Bobby Taylor 36:3;p20

Gottieb, Peter
 S. George Company History 6:3;p13

Gower, Shirley
 A Home in Cassity 28:2;p50
 Jake Currence of Cassity 28:2;p56

Grady Jerry
 Uphill, Both Ways: Stewart Sisters Went the Extra Mile for Education 38:3;p56

Grafton, Bill
 Some West Virginia Wildflowers: A Portfolio for Elizabeth Bartholomew 10:1;p52

Graham, Ray                            
 Mountain Boys: My Wyoming County Memories  40:4;p36

Green, Archie
 "Daddy Please Don't Go Down in that Hole Today" 2:1;p23

Green, Jeffrey A.
 A. O. Barnette's Neighborhood: Changing Times in Kanawha City 22:1;p30

Green, Marian E.
 A Visit to Volga 14:2;p8

Green, Ted
 Catfish: Portrait of an Herb Doctor  3:3;p46
 The Champion of Greenbrier Valley  4:2/3;p39

Gresham, Caryn Schafer
“We will never forget” 46:3;p16

Griffin, Buddy
 The Legend of the Flatwoods Monster  28:3;p56

Griffin, Lucille
 Battling the Blight: A Second Chance for the American Chestnut 21:4;p9

Griffith, Amber
 Gravedigger Dallas Dunn 28:4;p40

Griffith, Ann Bishop
 "Absolutely a Sportsman's Paradise": An Oral Memoir by Paul Ashton Hepler 16:4;p42

Griffith, Jim
Coming Full Circle: West Virginia Musicians Continue Singing in Arizona 4:4;p14

Grigg, Barbara Burton
Memories of Farris 46:2;p34

Grimm, Jeanne
The Morgan Shirt Factory 44:2p.42
Salvaging the Past: The West Virginia Newspaper Project 12:4;p65

Grubb, Davis
 "Westbound to Parkersburg": The Opening Scene from Fools' Parade 21:2;p52

Gunther, Mark
 Leprosy: A Medical Perspective 23:3;p63

Gutmann, Lud
 Three Important Things: Recalling Keith Wolfe of Walton 31:1;p46

Gutsell, George S.
 The Leetown Mill 12:4;p27

Gwin, Adrian
 The Remarkable Miss Rose 21:3;p56

Hacker, Stacy G.
 The Coal and the Call: The Life of Homer Dale Hacker  30:1;p34

Hackett, Bea
 Tom Barney's First Job: The Hardware Man of Berkeley Springs 14:4;p35

Hackett, Cliff
 Tom Barney's First Job: The Hardware Man of Berkeley Springs 14:4;p35

Hackett, Clifford
 Fire on Fairfax Street! 34:1;p34

Haddox, Chris
Beckley Violin Maker: John Tutterway 47:3;p28

Haga, Pauline
 A Dream Fulfilled: The Life and Times of Parthenia Edmonds 26:4;p46
 On Hallowed Ground: Jimmie McGrady and Beckley’s American Legion Cemetery  34:3;p48
 Honestly Abe: Lincoln Impersonator Jim Rubin  36:4;p50
 My Memories of Mark Twain High School 25:3;p38

Hager, Beth
 Katherine Hewitt Barringer 8:4;p52
 Millionaires' Town: The Houses and People of Bramwell 8:4;p43

Hager, Lora Lea
 A Death in the Family 15:3;p7

Hairston, W. I. “Bill”
Jane George: “Like a second mother to me” 44:2;p30

Hall, Patricia
 Singing on the Back Porch: Roy Faulkiner of Moundsville 14:2;p40
 Sound Man: James Black of Wheeling  15:1;p42
 "What Next?" The Busy Life of Deemy Dick 11:3;p37

Halsey, David H.
 Knighted a Long Time Ago: Memories of the Golden Horseshoe 22:1;p68
 Mine Mishap  18:2;p54
 Otsego: Remembering a Wyoming County Coal Camp  26:3;p44
 Road Trip: An Eye-Opening Journey to Pocahontas County in 1947 34:2;p34

Hames, H. L.
 The Mule School: The West Virginia Home Front in World War II 17:1;p30

Hamm, Teresa
 Sarah Singleton: A Fiddler All Her Life  18:2;p16

Hammon, Robert
 Burning Coal and Running Water: Recalling Life “Up Quick” 29:3;p52

Hanna, Lucille
 Remembering the Mine Wars: "It Was a Bad Time" 19:4;p23

Hansen, Susan Beates
 Salvaging the Past: The West Virginia Newspaper Project 12:4;p65

Hanson, Todd A.
 Campbells Creek Train Robbery   40:2;p44
 Monumental Miniatures: Kanawha Riverboat Replicas  43:3;p50
 Putney: “Model” Coal Town in Kanawha County   38:3;p42

Haptonstall, Clark
 Huntington on Ice: A Short History of the Hornets 19:4;p41

Hardesty, Susan M.
James C. McGrew’s Kingwood 42:4;p58

Harding, James E.
 Capitol Street, Charleston: Commentary on a Central Business District  4:2/3;p43

Hardman, Olga S.
 A Frenchman in Clarksburg: Recalling Glassmaker Danton Caussin 27:2;p24

Harless, Marion
 In Search of the Wild Goldenseal  25:3;p24

Harmon, Carolyn
 “Pure Entertainment”: Wallace Horn and the Friendly Neighbor Show  35:1;p20
 Tending the Herd in Jackson County: Mitzie Rival and her Goats  33:2;p32

Harmon, Dave
“Wheeling to Wheeling” 45:3;p62
Harold, Zack
Toy Story WV 46:4;p22

Harper, Amy M.
 The Kelly Axe Story 38:2;p28
 “Kelly Perfect”: Annabelle Rhodes Recalls Kelly Axe  38:2;p20

Harper, Sheldon
 Rex Harper: My West Virginia Dad  26:2;p12

Harsh, Sharon Wilmoth
 Life On the Road: Selling Hardware for Kane & Keyser 28:2;p38
 "Win With Katie McGee": The First Governor of Girls' State Looks Back 29:2;p18

Harshman, Cheryl (Ryan)
Father Time's Workshop: The Grandfather Clocks of Fred Reichenbach 22:4;p9
The Grandfathers of Oglebay 22:4;p12
Marx Toy Company: Making Memories in Glen Dale 33:4;p8
A Modern Noah: Penny Miller of Wheeling  15:3;p40 
The Official Marx Toy Museum  33:4;p14
Our Lady of Lebanon: The Maronite Church in Wheeling 16:2;p63 
Raised Among the Hills: Storyteller Bonnie Collins 15:1;p56
Scissors, Paper and Glue: The Art of Mary Olive Eddy Jones 21:2;p20
West Virginia Foodways: A Visit to the Lebanon Bakery 16:2;p57

Harshman, Marc
 Education at Sand Hill 22:3;p30
 Raised Among the Hills: Storyteller Bonnie Collins 15:1;p56

Hartley, Richard S.
 Tools of Mountain Living: The Drawknife 22:2;p71
 Tools of Mountain Living: The Shaving Horse 19:2;p70
 Tools of the Trade: The Froe 18:1;p8

Hartman, Richard
 The Box It Came In: Saving the French Gratitude Train 31:3;p51
 The Forty & Eight 31:3;p55

Harvey, Clifford
 Wood Block Printing 6:3;p19

Harvey, Jeffery
 Fidler's Mill: Rediscovering an Upshur County Landmark 28:2;p18

Harvey, Tom
 Treat Yourself to the Best 2:4;p13

Hatfield, Coleman A.
 Anse Hatfield's First Bear 21:3;p17

Hauer, Peter
 Saltpetre Mining in West Virginia  1:2;p36

Haught, Gwendolyn Hoskins
 My Early Life in Calhoun County 40:3;p54

Hawker, Ginny
 "I Never Gave Up the Art": Boyd Boggs of Gilmer County 29:3;p10

Hawkins, Michael
 “Moonfixer”: Basketball Pioneer Earl Lloyd 35:1;p44

Hayes, Barbara L.
 The Family Man of Jordan Creek  35:1;p48

Hayes, Junior D.   
 The Family Man of Jordan Creek  35:1;p48

Heaster, Georgia
 Sixteen Miles 12:4;p2

Heishman, Phoebe
 Surviving the Flood 12:1;p54

Helmick, Bernie
 The Shades: Rockin’ the Mountains 38:1;p10

Helper, Mona Walton
 Emmie: The Last Years of a Long Life  16:4;p54

Henshey, Lori L.
 Broom Making 12:2;p26
 Facing the Music: Musician and Labor Leader Ned H. Guthrie 13:3;p9
 Fox and Geese 12:4;p23
 Juanita Farmer Hamby: "In Life You Do What You Have To Do" 11:4;p42
 Starting From Scratch: Mack Roberts and the Charleston Broom Company 12:2;p22
 The West Virginia State Farm Museum  12:4;p11

Hepler, Linda
 The C&O Patch: Remembering a Huntington Neighborhood 12:2;p16
 The Preacher and the Bear: A Monongalia Church Celebrates an Unusual Tradition 17:1;p24

Heyer, Bob
 Ivydale The Morris Family Old-Time Music Festivals 24:2;p56
 "Let's Keep It Traditional": West Virginia State Folk Festival Turns 50 26:2;p50

Heywood, Sam
What Happened to the Mine Wars? Erasing West Virginia History 47:2;p58

Hidalgo, Tom
 En las montañas: Spaniards in Southern West Virginia 27:4;p52

Hile, Ed
 Synthetic Rubber: How It’s Made  38:1;p30

Hill, Becky
 The More You Dance, the Better You Feel: A Journey along the Mountain Dance Trail  41:3;p10
 “Once that all clicks, you can really put it on the dance floor”: An Interview with Square Dance Caller Bill Ohse 41:3;p18

Hill, James Orville
 The Hill Farm: Making a Living from Mountain Land 15:2;p18

Hilliard, Emily
Adventures Menu: Sharing Traditional Filipino Food in Parkersburg  43:2;p8
Carol Dougherty of Our Lady of Lebanon 45:3;p4
“Eat it to save it”: Preserving the Helvetia Ramp Supper 42:4;p10
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Elaine Purkey 46:4;p3
The Gospel of the Blues: Lady D & Xavier Oglesby 44:4;p8
Having a Chicken Blast at Weirton’s Serbian Picnic Grounds 46:1;p6
“If you want to be a part of Huntington, you need to eat at Jim’s!” 45:2;p4
Ivydale Musician John D. Morris Named 2020 National Heritage Fellow 46:3;p4
New Legends & Lore: Roadside Markers Commemorate the Alderson Lion, John Henry, Johnnie Johnson, and Pepperoni Rolls 45:4;p10
The New Online West Virginia Folklife Collection 47:4;p4
Ode to the Union: Former UFCW Local 347 President Sterling Ball 47:2;p5
Patrick Gainer’s Folk Songs from the West Virginia Hills 44:2;p12
“People need to know about plants”: Herbarist Marion Harless 45:1;p8
“People start looking at people for who they are”: W. I. “Bill” Hairston on the Power of Stories 47:1;p22
The State Folklorist’s Notebook: What Is Folklore? 42:2;p6
Talking Turkey Calls: Aaron Parsons of Jackson County  43:1;p6
A Visit with Frank and Jane George
Wanted: Master Traditional Artists & Apprentices  43:3;p9
West Virginia Folklife Program: 2020-2021 Master Artists & Apprentices 46:2;p8
West Virginians’ Creative Responses to COVID-19 47:3;p5
Woodworker Charles Steven Adams  43:4;p6

Hiner, Gary
 Quilter Ada Grimes 15:3;p70

Hinkle, Andrew Lee
 Granddaddy Hinkle and the Age of Technology: The Recollections of Upshur County Octogenarian Ralph Hinkle 5:1;p11

Hinkle, James Beecher
 Mountaineer Gold: Reflections of a Ginseng Philosopher 18:3;p70

Hoffman, David E.
 November 14, 1970: Remembering the Marshall Tragedy 21:3;p65

Hoffman, Nancy S.
E. S. Evans: A Terra Alta Pioneer 44:4;p50
The Preston Farmers Market 44:4;p54
Ruggles Orchard 47:1;p62

Holden, Wes
I Shot the Sheriff: Bill Petry and Don Chafin 47:2;p49

Holtzman, David
 Back to the Land in Pocahontas County  35:2;p8

Horacek, Jeannie
 Ab Cole: Portrait of a Country Entertainer  1:3;p42

Horacek, Louis
 Ab Cole: Portrait of a County Entertainer  1:3;p42
 Ethnic Music: A Neglected Part of Appalachian Culture 3:2;p41
 Folk and Folk-Related Music from West Virginia: A Discography 4:1;p3

Hosch, Marie S.
 "Adolph Was Home": Thelma and Giff Zickefoose 13:3;p28

Howard, Wayne
West Virginia’s Hammons Family 40:4;p6

Howe, Barb
Dr. Emory Kemp: A West Virginia Preservation Pioneer  43:1;p72
Ralph Lemley: Resourceful Caretaker and “Best Pap Pap”  43:3;p68
Sister Joanne Gonter, VHM: A Life in Three Centuries 45:3;p46
WAVES in World War II: Washington, D.C. 47:1;p72
WAVES Jessie Lucke and Isabel Lobb Jones: West Virginians by Birth and Choice 47:1;p66

Howell, Eck
 "We Drive Cattle from Beverly to Oceola" 24:2;p51

Howley, Jacob
Five Things Jude Taught Me 46:4;p14

Hoylman, Rod
 The Hard Road Home: Governor William Casey Marland 24:3;p12
 Underwood on Marland 24:3;p20

Hudgins, William Kent
 Bunner Ridge: Life beyond the Paved Road  43:3;p58

Hudnall, William R.
 The Extraordinary Adolph Connard  41:1;p49

Hudson, Bert W.
 Respecting Miss Skaggs  34:3;p46

Hundley, Kathy O. Smith
 Guy Kelley: The Beekeeper of Bloomingrose  30:2;p38

Hunter, Ivan Norton
Hinkle Mountain Road 46:2;p51

Hunter, John A., Jr.
From Doctors in Pax to the Hospital Bottom 44:2;p54
Growing up in Madison: “I wouldn’t trade it for any other time” 44:2;p48
Radio Days: Growing Up with Mountaineer Basketball 46:4;p62

Hunter, Kermit
 Drama at Grandview: From the Prologue to Honey in the Rock 22:2;p39

Hurley, Basil
 Tales from the Irish Tract 24:1;p38

Hutchins, Steven
 Fairy Diddles 11:2;p8

Imbrogno, Douglas
The Hills Are Alive: Jude Binder’s Lifelong Dance of Artistry and Instruction 46:4;p10
No. 9 Lawsuit: The Pain Lingers on for Many 45:1;p9

Ingram, Bruce
 Turkey Talk with Peck Martin 31:3;p24

Ireland, Melissa
 "You Name It, and I Done It": A Visit with Agnes Runner Nestor 23:3;p36

Jackson, Amazetta
 Christmases Past 21:4;p7

Jackson, Debby Sonis
 Building Cedar Lakes 16:3;p18
 Christmas Year-Round: The Annual Cycle at the Tree Farm 18:4;p14
 Fanny's Last Run 16:3;p28
 A Good Sport: Broadcaster Ernie Saunders  16:2;p29
 Growing Christmas: John Cooper and Santa's Forest 18:4;p9
 "Happy to be a West Virginian": Architect Alex Mahood  19:2;p18
 Hugh McPherson: "The Prince of Highland Swing" 14:2;p9
 Recalling the Robbery: "We Were Scared" 22:1;p48
 The Short Flight of the Blue Eagle  14:3;p39
 So You Wanna Dance? 18:2;p20

Jackson, Ruth A.
 Best of Times: Rine Family Memories 40:3;p40

Jacobs, Kathleen M.
 Hawk's Nest, A Novel 16:3;p47
 Home to the Hofeckers: A Story of Bridge Building, Inn Keeping and Fine Furniture 19:1;p54
Taking Root: A Seasoned Writer’s Beginnings 47:1;p5
 "You Always Want to Better Yourself": An Immigrant Success Story 18:2;p24

Jacobus, Robert
 A Half-Century of Nature Work 17:2;p54

James, Anna Dickson
 Fair Minded 42:2;p39

James, Donna
 The Barr Reunion 14:4;p63
 Natural Tone: An Eastern Panhandle Family Band  14:4;p60

Janus, Christopher
 Streets Paved with Coal 18:2;p28

Jarrett, C. W. “Bill”
 Three Boys and a Train   37:1;p36
 The Unthinkable Game  41:1;p42

Jarvis, Peggy
 Andrew F. Boarman, the Banjo Man from Berkeley County 5:1;p50
 A Visit with Mary Coulter 4:4;p30

Jeffries, Bill
 "My Monkey's Your Monkey"  10:2;p36

Jennings, Caroline P.
 Making a Life in the Valley: Witt Jennings of the Upper Kanawha 23:1;p40
 Was Witt Jennings Involved?: The Hawks Nest Tragedy 23:1;p44

Johnson, Allen                               
 The Rhythm of Dwight Diller 40:4;p14

Johnson, Anne
Jerry Lewis: The Real Thing 47:3;p34
Last Photographers: Finley Taylor  43:2;p26

Johnson, Edward L.
 Steam Power 25:3;p66

Johnson, Kim
2019 Vandalia Award Recipient: Dwight Diller 46:1;p56
Bear Fork Trading Post: Live Music in Calhoun County  34:1;p16
 New Books Available  35:2;p68 / 36:2;p68
 Rube Stump: Calhoun County’s King of Swing 31:2;p28
 “Satisfaction in My Heart”: Lester and Linda McCumbers of Calhoun County  30:1;p18
 Vandalia Wives  27:1;p61
William Franklin George (1928-2017) 44:1;p10

Johnson, Rody
 Old Sweet Springs: A Lewis Family Legacy  26:2;p60

Johnson, Skip
 Bob Withers: Upshur County Logger, Lumber Camp Cook, and Game Warden 5:4;p32
 A Capsule History of Planning for the Stonewall Jackson Dam 5:1;p22
 Country Photographer Ferrell Friend: 70 Years Behind the Camera 33:2;p10
 Weather Watchers: Frontline Volunteers for the National Weather Service 17:3;p25

Johnston, Ciarra
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Bill Withers 46:4;p6

Jones, Carole
A Boy from Beason: Earl Wilson Jr. 45:1;p46
Jones, Diana
 Writing “Henry Russell’s Last Words”   40:3;p48

Jones, June C.
 L. M. McNeil’s Store  36:3;p62
 Whitcomb Boulder  32:4;p18

Jones, June Cowles
 "To Seek and Save": Memories of Good Hope Church 28:1;p50

Jones, Vicki Samples
 Eva Samples King: Her Granddaughter's Portrait  3:1;p28

Jordan, Norman
 Camp Washington-Carver: An African American Landmark in Fayette County 25:4;p56

Jordan, Sam
 Laying Track in Nicholas County 29:3;p26
 A Poor Man's Funeral 29:3;p35

Jourdan, Katherine M.
 Another Roadside Attraction: The Chester Teapot 17:1;p62
 Diving Into History: Pools of the Northern Panhandle 28:2;p24

Joy, James E.
 "Get Yourself a Good Horse"  8:1;p41

Judd, Kirk
Communion: Barred Owls Under Bishop’s Knob 46:1;p63

Jude, Dallas H.
 Eyewitness: Marie Robinette of Matewan  30:4;p24

Juergens, Alice Brown
 My Mother’s Apron  30:1;p42

Juett, James
The Great Flood of 1937 45:1;p22

Julian, Norman
Accordion in My Genes  30:3;p52
Artist Jamie Lester 44:2p56
 Bocce: An Old Game Lives in Harrison County  18:3;p51
 Cool Springs Park: Harlan Castle Goes Into Business  17:1;p57
 "The First Century is the Hardest": A Morgantown Centenarian Reminisces on Glassmaking and Poetry Writing 6:1;p44
 Fred Layman Saves It All  26:3;p36
 Hard Work and Independence: The Showwalters of Eagle's Nest Ranch 11:1;p34
 Harrison County History: As Fred Layman Sees It  26:3;p40
 “I Am Going to Tell the Story”: Al Anderson of Osage   37:3;p26
 “I Like to Make People Happy”: Connie Mantini and His Accordion  30:3;p46
 Kingmont: The First Place They Called Home  12:3;p44
 Logging and Loggers: Background on Lumbering  10:4;p35
 Mountaineer Field House 46:4;p53
The Old Field House 46:4;p60
"My Line of Work": Augusta Gallozzi Recalls the Mining Life  8:1;p60
 Playing the Game  18:3;p56
 Red Brown: Tales of a West Virginia Sportsman  13:4;p51
 The Roosevelt Outhouse  24:4;p28
 Thomas Greco: Shinnston Shoemaker  19:2;p22
 Thoney Pietro's Castle  14:2;p59
 "Today Everybody Wears Tennis Shoes": George Blue and the
Shoeshine Business 8:4;p30
 "We Liked Big Wood": Recollections of a Wood Hick 10:4;p30
 "A West Virginian or Nothing": Fred McCoy 21:1;p51

Karasek, Laurence
 The Seldom Seen Work of Huntington Model: Maker and Painter 2:3;p33

Karelis, Cindy
 Remembering Karl Dewey Myers: West Virginia’s First Poet Laureate  39:4;p42

Karelis, Rebecca
That Wheeling Feeling! 45:3;p6

Karickhoff, Connie
 Lew Burdette Day in Nitro 24:3;p63
 Our Old House: Recalling a Wayne County Homeplace 22:4;p51
 Photographer William Harvey Jordan: A Portrait of Ansted's Black Community 24:4;p44

Kay, Trey
 Great Kanawha County Textbook War 37:3;p34

Keefer, Louis E.
 Enemy Diplomats at The Greenbrier  19:3;p48
 Flying Frank Thomas: "Just Like a Preacher with the Calling" 18:2;p47
 The Hampshire Club: Where Millionaires Relaxed on the South Branch 21:2;p9
 Harvesting the Victory: Richwood Joins the WWII Effort 17:3;p18
 The Island: Surrounded by Water in Wheeling  21:1;p9
 Prisoners of War at Camp Ashford  19:1;p31
 Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca: A Summer Camp on the Greenbrier 22:2;p58
 WAVE Betty Copenhaver 18:3;p13
 The West Virginia WWII Home Front: Ashford General Hospital — The Greenbrier Goes to War 19:3;p46
 The West Virginia WWII Home Front: Bell Bottoms at Bethany 18:3;p9
 The West Virginia WWII Home Front: POW — The Italian Prisoners at Camp Dawson  19:1;p24
 Wheeling West Virginia — No Comma: A Postcard Pun 18:1;p35
 Wings Over Glen Dale: When Fokker Trimotors Flew Over West Virginia 17:4;p32

Keeney, C. Belmont “Chuck”
Blair Mountain: West Virginia’s Sacred Landscape 47:2;p77
Son of the Struggle: A Visit with William C. Blizzard  32:2;p20

Keith, Steven
 The Roots Run Deep: Berry Farming in West Virginia 42:2;p44

Keller, Michael
Art From Steel 12:1;p12
 Between Hammer & Anvil: Jeff Fetty and West Virginia Blacksmithing 12:1;p9
 Vandalia Faces 26:1;p68

Kelley, Philmore (as interviewed by Margo Blevin Denton)
“Working—and playing”: An Oral History 46:2;p44

Kelly, Sharon E.
 WVU’s Watts Museum  41:2;p18

Kemp-Rye, Mark
 Saved — Again! Restoring the Barrackville Covered Bridge  25:3;p56

Killoran, John P.
 Mrs. Howard: Reflections on a Grand West Virginian 1:3;p31

Kimmell, Dick
 Andrew F. Boarman, the Banjo Man from Berkeley County 5:1;p50
 The Folk Festival at Glenville 1:3;p47
 A Visit with Mary Coulter 4:4;p30

Kimmons, Rebecca H.
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Judson Wallace 45;4;p6
Keeping Boarders: Opal Ooten Remembers  16:2;p43
"No Other Place to Be": How the Boarders Saw It 16:2;p46
“We’re Here for Service”: United Gospel Singers    38:4;p18

Kinderman, Gibbs
 Cal Price 16:2;p13
 The Pocahontas Times 16:2;p9
 WVMR: West Virginia Mountain Radio  8:4;p6

Kincaid, Dan
Kirk Judd: West Virginia’s Spoken-Word Poet 46:1;p58
The Penicillin Kids and an Improbable Basketball Title 44:1;p66

King, Eva Samples
 Eva Samples King: Her Story 3:1;p24

King, John
 Protecting Uncle Sam's Interests: A Year in the Forest Service 9:4;p55

Kinzel, Jim
 Edge Cover 15:2;p68

Kirk, Brandon Ray
 Feuds, Fiddles, Family, and Friends: Ed Haley’s Life on Harts Creek  41:4;p12
 John Hartford’s Search for Ed Haley  41:4;p24

Kirk, Charles E.
 Red Clay Memories: My Early Life in Turner Hollow 27:1;p38

Kirk, Francene
Remembering No. 9 44:3;p69

Kistler, Maura
 "I Won't Be Home No More": The Death of Hank Williams 28:4;p54

Kinzer, Anthony
 The Block  43:1;p70

Kline, Carrie Nobel
 "Just a Good, Clean Life": Ben Borda of Marion County 28:4;p16
 Ohio River Voices: Echoes of the Army Corps  24:1;p28

Kline, Michael
 Arthur Prichard of Mannington: A GOLDENSEAL 10th Anniversary Feature 10:3;p41
 Augusta: A Reaffirmation of Homemade Values  8:2;p68
 The Coon Dog Truth: Charlie Blevins at the Red Robin Inn 8:4;p35
 Doing the Impossible: An Interview with Don Mole 9:1;p33
 Ernie Carpenter: Tales of the Elk River Country  12:2;p30
 Every Tree, Every Bush, Every Rock: An Interview with Hyman Weiner, Charleston Tailor, Part I  4:2/3;p31
 Growing Up on Cabin Creek: An Interview with Arnold Miller 7:2;p35
 Hand-Clapping and Hallelujahs: A Visit With Ethel Caffie-Austin 23:4;p28
 Jennings Randolph: "Always Remember the Man and Woman by the Wayside of the Road" 9:2;p17
 "Just a Good, Clean Life": Ben Borda of Marion County 28:4;p16
 Kelton Roten: "The Word Handicap Never Bothered Me" 10:4;p40
 Miriam Weiner's Story 4:4;p38
 The Music Made Everything Okay: Michael Kline Interviews the Perkovic Family of Boggs Run 8:2;p27
 A New Home and Making Friends: Conclusion of an Interview with Hyman Weiner 4:4;p32
 "A Pretty Good Thing, All the Way Around" 7:4;p9
 Something to Give: Nat Reese's Early Life and Music 13:4;p9
 "The Spark to Play Music": Interview with Jimmie and Loren, the Currence Brothers 6:3;p44
 Teaching at Huttonsville 10:2;p39
 Woody Simmons: Recollections of a Randolph County Fiddler 5:3;p5

Knight, Torie
 The Fiddling Pheasants of Fairmont  26:1;p39
 Sweet Harmony in Pennsboro 28:2;p58

Knotts, Clarence “Junior”
Going in the Hole with Hogs 44:1;p44

Koon, Thomas
 The First Father's Day 26:2;p10

Kraina, Jane M.
Death of a Gypsy King 24:4;p18 / 40:1;p10
 In Time and the River: The Story of Browns Island 15:4;p54
 Nightmare at Point Pleasant: The Fall of the Silver Bridge 21:4;p46
 Update—Gypsies in Weirton 40:1;p15
 The World of the Gypsies 24:4;p24

Kreiser, Christine M.
The Buffalo Creek Disaster 47:4;p12
The Fight for Woman Suffrage in West Virginia 46:4;p45
Harpers Ferry: The Power of Place 45:2;p56
The Med School Sideshow  43:3;p22
A Rumbling Down Below: Miners for Democracy 44:3;p58
WVU: The First 50 of 150  43:3;p10

Kroeger, Mildred
 Central West Virginia Farm Life Between 1893 and 1970  1:1;p5

Kuska, Bob
 Top Score: Morris Harvey’s George King  35:1;p38

Kyle, Birdie
 Growing Up in the Coalfields 6:2;p7

Lackey, Jim
 From Candle to Carbide: Early Mine Lighting in West Virginia  41:2;p10

Ladd, Tina
Apple Butter Time 46:4;p28

Lafferty, Patricia Black
 Obert Parsons: Boone County's Apple Expert  27:3;p22

Lambert, Ellen
1920 Advice to Graduates 46:1;p8
Armistice Day 44:4;p18

Lantz, Janice D.
 Piecing Together the Past: Documenting the Mountain State Quilt Heritage 16:4;p65

Lawrence, Randy
 "Make a Way Out of Nothing:" One Black Woman's Trip from North Carolina to the McDowell County Coalfields  5:4;p27

Leavengood, Betty
 The Hillbilly Hundred  33:3;p52
 "I'm the One Who Stayed": Walter Taitt's 99 Years in Volcano 28:4;p10
 The Legendary Pennsboro Speedway: Fast Times in Ritchie County  33:3;p46
 Music on the Hill: The Cronin Family of Pleasants County  33:2;p52
 Pilot Jean Pickering: 75 and Still Flying  34:2;p29

Leffler, Susan
 Ballads and Baskets: The Clyde Case Story  17:3;p31
 Basket Making 17:3;p34
 "Busy About the Lord's Business": Rita Emerson, Woman Preacher 18:4;p58
 Cabin Creek Quilts Coming Back 17:4;p66
 Farewell to Noah Cottrell 18:1;p69
 Home Forever: Carving a New Life in Tucker County 18:2;p38
 Melvin Wine 17:2;p9
 Mountain Music 18:1;p68
 "Music Can Take You Anyways You Want in This World": Interview with David Daniels  7:2;p26
 Music Man Joe Dobbs 17:4;p68
 "Nothing But Just Fighting": The 1936 CCC Race Riot  27:4;p30
 Patience and Sawdust 18:2;p42
 Radio Poetry: Louise McNeill's Gauley Mountain 17:3;p6
 "Recollections" and "The Home Place": Folklife Programming on West Virginia Public Radio 8:1;p5
 Rural Life on West Virginia Public Radio  9:1;p7
 The Stones of Stanley Paczosa 18:2;p44

Lepp, Bil
 Bees and Vines: Frank Androczi's Little Hungary Winery 18:3;p18
 Lying about West Virginia 40:3;p70
 The Lying Lepp Brothers 24:1;p14
Remembering Paul Lepp 45:1;p79

Legan, Zana
 A Stitch in Time: The Needle Neighbors of Monongalia County 13:3;p37

Lewis, Bonnie G.
 A Haven of Rest: Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children  36:2;p47
 Grandma Bessie  22:1;p8

Lewis, Ronald L.
 "Why Don't You Bake Bread?" Franklin Trubee and the Scotts Run Reciprocal Economy 15:1;p34

Liden, David
 "That's the Difference": An Interview with Pemperton Cecil, Toymaker 6:1;p52

Lilly, Jack
 The Lost Village of Lilly 24:2;p42

Lilly, Jessica
“I just want to make people happy”: Sculptor Mike Sizemore 45:1;p32
Rebuilding Buffalo Creek’s Identity 47:4;p70

Lilly, John
 Blacksville Pottery: Local Hands and Native Clay 26:1;p44
 The Blind Man’s Song: Recalling Blind Alfred Reed  34:4;p54
 Books about Mountain Music  36:4;p68
 Buy, Sell, or Give Away: WHAW’s Swap Shop 41:2;p52
 Echoes of Buffalo Creek: An Introduction  35:4;p9
 The Fighter: Larry Gibson of Kayford Mountain  37:4;p30
 Finding Balance in Logan County: A Visit with Roger Bryant  39:4;p10
 Fly Fishing: Up a Creek with Danny Wickline   38:2;p32
 Forever Trains: Railroad Photographer Jay Potter  30:3;p16
 From the Hills to the Classroom: Folklife Goes to College   39:3;p10
 George Karos: Martinsburg’s Pharmacist Mayor  40:4;p26
 Hank's Lost Charleston Show 28:4;p64
 Hearth & Fair: Don Page and the Roots of GOLDENSEAL  30:1;p52
 Hunting for the State: Charles Rand’s 1914 Adventure  31:4;p18
 “It Was the Talk of the Town”: Russell Davisson Recalls the Quiet Dell Murders  33:3;p60
 Italian Mushroom Magic 39:2;p66
 “Keep a-Goin’”: Musician Everett Lilly of Clear Creek  35:2;p26
 Ken Hechler on JFK 26:3;p20
 Lisa Elmaleh and the Modern Art of Tintype   41:2:p58
 Local Hands and Native Clay: Blacksville Pottery 40:1;p48
 Making It Legal: A Visit to the Isaiah Morgan Distillery in Summersville  34:2;p64
 The Morris Brothers: Music from the Head of the Holler 37:1;p52
 Mountain Music Roundup  27:4;p66 / 28:4;p66 / 29:4;p66 / 30:4;p64 / 31:4;p66 / 32:4;p66 / 33:4;p66 / 34:4;p66 / 35:4;p66 / 36:4;p66 / 37:4;p66 / 38:4;p66 / 39:4;p66 / 40:4;p66
 “A Neat Way to Live”: Vandalia Award Winner Mack Samples  30:1;p10
 New Books about Music  32:4;p64 / 34:4;p64
 New Books Available  37:1;p70 / 37:2;p68 / 38:2;p68 / 39:1;p60 / 39:3;p68 / 40:2;p68 / 41:2;p68
 Open Arms at Clifftop: 20th Appalachian String Band Music Festival  35:2;p16
 A Pattern To Life: Folk Dancers Rush & Ruby Butcher 26:1;p58
 "Peace In the Valley": West Virginia's Singing Doorkeepers 26:3;p24
 The Photography of Lloyd Gainer: Worth 10,000 Words  33:4;p40
 “Raised Really Tough”: The Life and Music of the Bing Brothers 38:2;p40
 Recalling the Centennial: West Virginia at 100  39:2;p26
 Remembering Lincoln Taylor: Legacy of a Roane County Fiddle  36:3;p24
 Remembering Robert C. Byrd  36:3;p10
 The Salt Returns: Rebirth of the J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works  40:4;p20
 Seeing in Black & White: Photographer Sam McCulloch  39:1;p32
 Senate “Kidnapping” of 1911 37:3;p70
 Stepping! 37:1;p46
 “There Was Always Music”: Vandalia Award Recipient Buddy Griffin 37:3;p20
 There’s a Riot Going On!: Emergency Training at Moundsville  41:1;p36
 USS West Virginia: A Tale of Three Ships 27:4;p16
 Vandalia Award Recipient: Ken Sullivan   41:3;p39
 Weaver Dorothy Thompson 29:4;p10
 The West Virginia Coon Hunters: On the Trail of a Lost String Band 29:1;p56
 “West Virginia, My Home”: A Visit with Hazel Dickens  30:2;p32
 Where Coal People Meet: 2011 Bluefield Coal Show  37:4;p24

Lilly, Paul R.
 The June Meeting 14:2;p64

Linville, Shirley
 Life in Breece Coal Camp: Memories of a Coal Miner's Wife 27:2;p40

Lipton, Michael
 “Making Good Music”: A Visit with Drummer Gordon Cupit 38:1;p16

Lloyd, Brenda
 Sparky Burr 24:1;p26

Lockard, Duane
 Bulltown of My Youth 29:2;p50
 A Miner’s Life: Clyde Lockard’s Diary  31:2;p38

Long, Kate
 An Area Full of Teachers 5:1;p34
 Bringing the Kids Back Home to George  5:1;p26
 Phyllis and Carl Guthrie: A Wartime Romance  36:1;p8

Lornell, Kip
 Clarence Tross: Hardy County Banjoist  2:3;p7
 On Tour With a Black String Band in the 1930's  2:4;p9

Lough, Zera
 My Boys: Teaching at Pruntytown 16:1;p58
 On Flag Run: Looking Back on a Taylor County Family 12:3;p16

Love, Edith Howell
 "A Time Out of Time" 10:1;p62

Lovern, Kyle
 Farewell to a Mingo Landmark: The Last Days of the Red Robin Inn  18:4;p23
 A Happy Warrior: Over the Humps with Jimmy Wolford 21:1;p38

Lowry, Terry
 Days of Glory: Rock Music in the Kanawha Valley (1965-1975)  38:1;p12
 Tradition Rocks!   38:1;p22

Lowther, Martha
 The Devil Wind 24:2;p69
 The Shinnston Tornado 24:2;p65

Lutz, Paul F.
 One Room Was Enough: Ed and Julia Viers, Wayne County Educators  22:3;p26

Lynch, Bill
 Townsend’s Barbershop: Shave and a Haircut in Summersville  32:3;p26

Lynch, Brittani
 Help a Belly Out!: The Story of Jebby Sauce  35:4;p38

Macdonald, Frederic “Ted”
 The Station Master’s Christmas  32:4;p20

MacQueen, Betty L.
 Dear Anna: The Love Letters of Holly Jack Perkins 11:3;p30
 "With All Tenderness and Devotion": The Love Letters of Holly Jack Perkins, Part II  11:4;p35

Mahaffey, Mary Ellen
 Once More Through the Tunnels Remembering Grafton and the Railroad 13:1;p26
Maiuri, Jessie Lee  
 Mom Was a Hard Worker: Remembering Jennie Bee Hall   37:1;p30

Makricosta, Pam
 A Bundle of Treasures: Greeks in West Virginia  23:4;p36
 Yiayia's Bundle 23:4;p44

Manning, Martha Lewis
 Cities Celebrate: Morgantown, Clarksburg and Parkersburg Turn 200  11:4;p54
 "Most Radiant Windows": West Virginia Stained Glass 8:2;p21
 "Paden City Was Like the Other End of the World" 8:2;p25
 West Virginia Cut Crystal 10:1;p38

Marcum, Randy
“Devil Anse” Hatfield: Soldier, Farmer, Feudist, Movie Star? 42:1;p24
“Her hour of need”: Jessie Maynard 46:1;p33

Marks, Kathy
 Where in the World Is Cat Heaven?  43:2;p46

Marks, Phyllis
 The Case of the Traveling Dress  43:4;p56

Marra, John L.
 Ben Gravely's Garden Tractor 23:2;p26
 "Dear Gravely" 23:2;p31
 "The Greatest Apple in the World": Striking Gold in the Clay County Hills 21:3;p31
 West Virginia State Farm Museum 23:2;p33

Marrs, Ross
 Christmas in Canebrake 26:4;p62

Marshall, Paul D.
 The Graceland Restoration 5:3;p48

Martin, Julian
Huey Hager: Capturing Don Chafin’s Brother 47:2;p54
Memories of Osborne’s Store 47:3;p52
Truman and Me 45:1;p16

Mason, Cecelia
 "Old-Fashioned Things": Yellow Spring Memories 27:4;p46

Massey, Tim R.
 C.M. Troxell, Bookbinder 8:4;p26
 Carter G. Woodson 13:4;p30
 A Distinguished Alumnus: Carter G. Woodson 19:3;p27
 "I Didn't Think I'd Live to See 1950": Looking Back with Columbus Avery 8:1;p32
 "It Wasn't Any Pleasure to Me"  9:4;p39
 Let 'Em Hit It! 8:3;p15
 Never Late for Court: Wayne County Attorney Milton J. Ferguson 9:4;p35
 Remembering Bill McKell 8:3;p21
 Singing the Gospel 12:1;p38
 "Wonderful Hands": Metal Engraver Norris Sperry  12:3;p60

Masters, Bob
 As It Was in Hundred: Recalling Life in a Wetzel County Town  35:4;p48
 Days at the Knights of Pythias  31:2;p34
 Growing Up in Hundred: A Wetzel County Retrospective 25:2;p48
 Summers in the Brush: DOH Memories in Wetzel County 33:2;p46
 Sundays on Miracle Run  35:2;p55

Matheney, Jeri
 Women at Work: Veteran Telephone Operators Look Back  14:4;p40

Matney, Kathy
 Too Many Tragedies: Survivors Account Details of 1940 Bartley Mine Disaster 4:4;p50

Mathews, Garret
 Country Radio: The Early Days of WHIS, Bluefield 10:3;p57
 Just Plain Folks: Notes from a Bluefield Newspaperman 9:4;p4

Mattaliano, Jane
 The First Miss West Virginia 24:2;p20

Matthews, Madge L.
 The Box Elder Tree 13:1;p24
 Silver Bell: Wayne County Farm Life  13:1;p19

Maxey, Hucie
 Lillybrook: The Memories Never Die  34:2;p53

Maxwell, John
 "Learning By Doing": Teachers Remember Arthurdale School 8:1;p65

Maxwell, John A.
 A West Virginian's Experience in Germany After Hitler 4:1;p28

Mazzio, Joann
 By the Signs 23:1;p68
 Christmas in a One-Room School 24:4;p62
 A WPA Thanksgiving 22:3;p70

McAndrew, Mike
 Four Generations: An Irish Family in West Virginia 14:3;p55

McAvoy, Rogers
 Mr. Basketball: The Clair Bee Story  17:4;p40

McBrayer, Harold
 Kennedy in Charleston 14:1;p65

McCallum, Barbara Beury
 Russell Foglesong: A Boyhood in the Coalfields  15:3;p48

McClellan, Nancy
 How I Came to be a Fiddler 3:1;p21
 Wilson Douglas: Mountain Man and Mountain Musician 3:1;p15

McClelland, Jean
 Central City Bung Company 29:4;p52

McClung, Betty Conner
 Magic and Memories: Recalling Noble and Louise Conner  35:4;p40

McClung, Donna Rice
Don Rice: The History Guy 44:4;p37

McClure, Patricia Richards
Charleston’s Man with a Vision: Harry Silverstein 44:4;p20
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: T. R. Wickline 47:3;p8
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Wetzel “Sundown” Sanders 45:4;p8
Pearl Harbor: They Were There 42:4;p24
76 Years Later . . . A Purple Heart 44:1;p6
West Virginia Remembers Pearl Harbor 42:4;p14

McColloch, Sam                               
 Dinger Daugherty: New Martinsville’s Fabulous Flying Fool 40:4;p42
 Flood of Memories: High Water in New Martinsville  41:1;p28

McCormick, David
Three Doctors Go to Battle: Surgeons-Turned-Soldiers in the Civil War 47:3;p68

McDonald, James J.
 Principal Influences on the Music of the Lilly Brothers of Clear Creek, West Virginia  1:1;p27

McDougal, Beryle Hess
 What the Old Folks Say  32:1;p43
 A Year in the Country  32:1;p38

McDowell, Rene
 "This One is Ready, You Can Lock it Up:" Black Ghost Lore from Southern West Virginia  5:2;p55

McDowell, Sedena
 "This One is Ready, You Can Lock it Up:" Black Ghost Lore from Southern West Virginia  5:2;p55

McEntee, Sheila
 Bill Gillespie: Forester, Naturalist, Fossil Expert  43:3;p30
Celebrating West Virginia Women  26:1;p10
 Elizabeth Witschey Today  26:1;p22

McGehee, Stuart
Baby Birds and P-Rays 24:3;p61
Bluefield Baseball: The Tradition of a Century 16:1;p50
 Bluefield's Biggest: The Grand West Virginian Hotel  19:2;p15
 A Busy Time in McDowell History: Looking Back with John J. Lincoln  15:3;p56
 Free Drinks in Nature's Air-Conditioned City: Bluefield's Lemonade Escapades  23:2;p65
 Gary: A First-Class Operation 14:3;p28
 Historic Coalwood  27:2;p52
 Marching to Glory: Bluefield’s American Legion Junior Drum & Bugle Corps  34:3;p58
 Portraits of Gary: Photographs from the Mike Hornick Collection  14:3;p33
 "Riding on Fire": The Great Maybeury Railroad Disaster  17:1;p42
 The Wedding of the Bluefields  29:2;p25

McLean, Lois
 Forgotten Heroes of the 1912-13 Miners' Strike: Hunt for UMWA Grave Markers Produces Research and Mystery 4:4;p23
 "I'll Teach You Not to be Afraid": Monia Baumgartner Remembers Mother Jones  6:1;p20
 Irish Mountain: The Story of a West Virginia Immigrant Community 17:1;p47
 The Monongah Miners' Band 6:4;p9
 The Monongah Miners' Band 16:3;p36
 Warm Receptions and Cordial Invitations for Mother Jones in West Virginia 4:1;p14

McNeill (Pease), Louise
 The Gauley Mail 15:3;p36
 The Milkweed Ladies: From a Memoir by Louise McNeill 14:3;p48
 Spring Cleaning 19:1;p61

McNelis, Jim
 Dancing with Mrs. Roosevelt 38:2;p17
 Growing Up in Arthurdale 38:2;p8

Meacham, Matt
 “Daddy Loved Music”: Recalling Guitarist Roy Harvey  33:4;p50

Meade, James
 Tale of Two Dogs   38:3;p68

Meador, Margaret
 More Words from Pearl Faulkner 21:1;p59
 Riding on that New River Train  41:3;p22

Meador, Michael M.
 Aunt Nannie Meador and the Bluestone Dam  6:1;p24
 Carving a Niche: The Blacks of Bluefield  13:4;p19
 "A Cover for the Nation": Ella Martin's Blue Eagle Quilt 14:3;p36
 Ella Martin: An Uncommon Woman of the People  14:3;p42
 Faith Knowledge and Practice: The Jews of Southern West Virginia 11:2;p16
 Frank George's Music 9:1;p30
 "Grandpaw Got Me Started": Frank George and the Old-Time Music 9:1;p26
 Head, Heart, Hands, and Health: The West Virginia 4-H Movement 10:2;p9
 Healing Waters? 8:3;p25
 "I Did the Very Best I Could": An Interview with Virginia Lipps 15:2;p38
 "The Lincoln County Crew": A Feud Song 12:2;p46
 A Man and his Mill: Jim Wells Takes on the Greenville Mill 17:1;p9
 Margaret Moore Meador  41:3;p33
 "Part P.T. Barnum and Part Billy Sunday": Jim Morris Remembers 'Teepi' Kendrick 10:2;p16
 "A Pretty Big Thing for Princeton and Athens": Virgil Fletcher Remembers Mercer Healing Springs 8:3;p28
 The Red Neck War of 1921  7:2;p44
 The Seige of Crooked Creek Gap 7:2;p52
 Taking the Waters 8:3;p23
 Viola Clark 13:4;p28
“You Write Songs Like People Breathe”: Billy Edd Wheeler, Renaissance Man 42:2;p12

Meighen, D. D.
The James Fork Church Journal 44:3;p40

Megan, Kathy
 A Meal at the Mission 6:3;p29

Meredith, Donna
 Museum of American Glass  38:3;p19
 Norm Julian: The Monongahela Valley’s Woodsman Philosopher  39:4;p52
 Visions of Heaven: Cameo Glass Artist Kelsey Murphy  38:3;p10

Merical, Nancy
 Cedar Lakes: Recalling the Farm Years  16:3;p14
 Mountain State Art & Craft Fair 39:2;p38    

Meyer, Rose Ann
 Beverly, West Virginia 1:3;p7
 The George McLean Diary: 1831 to 1849  2:1;p43

Michael, Edwin Daryl
Farm Family Photos 47:1;p28
Friendship Quilts  39:4;p16
 Life in the Levi Shinn House 31:3;p58
 New Martinsville in the 1950's: Teen Years in a River Town  33:1;p40
Summer in a Jar 42:4;p36
Shinnston Plumbing: A 120-Year-Old Family-Owned Business 46:1;p64

Miller, Alma Thomas
 "An Act of Christian Love": The Annual Footwashing 22:4;p23

Miller, Alta Durst
 Initial Chapters 10:4;p24

Millimet, Lisa Gray
 "All They Knew Was Pull and Get It": Daniel Richmond About Then and Now 23:2;p10

Millner, Reginald
 Conversations with the 'Ole Man:' The Life and Times of a Black Appalachian Coal Miner  5:1;p58

Milnes, Gerald
Appalachian White Oak Basketmaking: Handing Down the Basket 19:2;p12
Bagpipes in West Virginia  32:3;p54
The Banjo in West Virginia  43:1;p40
The Barns of Pendleton County 24:1;p50
"Boy, That Was A Fine Bean!": A Harvesttime Interview With An Old-Fashioned Gardener 10:3;p9
"Boy, That Was a Fine Bean!": A Harvesttime Interview with an Old-Fashioned Gardener 25:3;p10
Carved in Stone: West Virginia Grave Markers  28:4;p46
Cole Boats 31:4;p43
Ernie Carpenter: Tales of the Elk River Country  12:2;p30
Farewell to a Dulcimer Man: Walter Miller, 1914-1994 20:2;p71
GOLDENSEAL Good-byes: Phyllis Marks 45:4;p8
 Groundhog!  36:4;p46
 The Hammonds Family of Randolph County 40:4;p13
 "Listen to That Beautiful Music": Fox Chasing in the Mountain State 22:2;p27
 Losing Maggie and Sherman 15:4;p6
 The Natural World of Bernard Cyrus  35:1;p10
 Old Christmas and Belsnickles: Our Early Holiday Traditions 21:4;p26
 Oldtime Fiddle Tunes 13:2;p66
 Passing It On: West Virginia Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program 26:4;p35
 Pat Jordan: Mushroom Hunter 39:2;p64
 Phyllis Marks: “Learned By Heart”  41:1;p22
 Seed Saving  10:3;p18
 Seed Saving 25:3;p18
Shanghai: Winter Revels in West Virginia 45:4;p26
Skunk Grease and Mutton Tallow  36:4;p48
 Stonecutting: Passing on an Old Tradition 16:4;p28
 Thank You, Homer: Preserving a Basket Making Tradition 19:2;p9
 West Virginia Split Bottom: The Seat of Choice  12:3;p9
 Wilkie Dennison: Country Fiddlemaker  14:1;p24

Milspaw, Yvonne
 Appalachian Folk Crafts in Transition  2:2;p14

Minney, Katrina
 Leading Creek Baptist Church: Up from the Ashes in Gilmer County  34:1;p28

Mitchell, James R.
 Sharing the Weight: A Visit With Glassmaker Jennings Bonnell 25:4;p48

Mitchell, Luke R.
 Back in Time: Clock Maker Rick Dillon    36:4;p43

Mitchell, Matthew
 “Water from Hill to Hill”: Paint Creek Flood of 1932 31:1;p52

Montgomery, Bardwell
 "Recollections" and "The Home Place": Folklife Programming on West Virginia Public Radio 8:1;p5

Moore, Alice
 America’s First Modern Tea Party 38:2;p60

Moore, Bob
Homer L. Wells: Midland Trail’s Mystery Photographer  32:3;p18

Moore, Catherine
 “Let’s Show Them What a Fight We Can Give Them”: The Black Lung Movement in West Virginia  32:2;p6
 Ties that Bind: The Hahn Brothers of Hardy County  31:2;p22
 Whimmydiddles and FlipperDingers: A Visit with Toymaker Dick Schnacke  30:4;p10

Moore, Daphne
 Dishpan Rock 38:4;p40

Moore, J. Roderick
 Clarence Tross: Hardy County Banjoist  2:3;p7
 Mack Jenks, Union Bard 3:2;p25
 On Tour With a Black String Band in the 1930's  2:4;p9

Morningstar, Mike
“Mountaineers Are Always Free” 45:4;p68
“West Virginia Girl” 45:4;p20

Morrison, Charles M., Sr.
 I Remember Chickens  36:2;p18

Mosley, Jennifer
 Surviving the Tough Times in Decota 37:2;p48

Moss, Paul
 Before the 18-Wheelers  24:1;p36

Moulden, Bill
 Getting the Paper Out 16:1;p24
 In The Family: A Hundred Years at the Hampshire Review 16:1;p21
 Lottie Thompson 1:2;p25
 Mountain Trace Reprint 1:2;p27
 "Not a Going Business": Ed Weaver's Service Station Museum 19:3;p14
 Paw Paw: The Centennial of a Panhandle Town  17:1;p34
 Pruntytown: "A Good Place To Do Time?" 9:3;p42
 The Reverend Reneau: 33 Years as a Pruntytown Chaplain 9:3;p50

Mounts, Willard
 We Lived Along the Railroad Tracks: My Early Years in Mingo County  36:2;p34

Mozier, Jeanne
 Betty Lou Harmison: Muse of the Park View Inn  34:1;p47
 DeFord’s Tannery at Berkeley Springs   37:3;p57
 “It Feels Like Coming Home”: Old-Time Hospitality at the Park View Inn  34:1;p40
 Postcards from the Pepperoni Highway  32:1;p15

Muhly-Alexander, Laurel
Gram’s Kitchen 45:4;p39

Mullens, Cynthia
War and Pandemic: Nursing Becomes a Profession 45:4;p21

Mullins, Matthew
 UFO's in West Virginia: An Historical Overview  28:3;p66

Murchison, Richard L.
 Remembering a Mountain Neighbor: The Man from River Ridge 22:4;p25

Musgrave, George Curtis
 My Life as a Mason County Educator  31:3;p36

Mylott, Jim
 The Robey Theater of Spencer: A Roane County Tradition 7:4;p57

Nash, Nancy A.
 Christmas at the Company Store 16:4;p8

Neal, Ralph “Butch”
 Football 1960: Philippi High School’s Perfect Season 39:3;p40

Nedeff, Roger
 Growing Up on 7th Street: Recalling Parkersburg’s East End 42:4;p52
“To Live as One Like Brothers”: Remembering St. Joseph Seminary 39:1;p42

New (Walker), Kenzie
Matewan: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 46:1;p48
Proud to Be a Redneck 47:2;p56     

Newbraugh, John W.
 "Sleeping Beneath the Sand": Songwriter John W. Unger of Morgan County 19:4;p61

Newcomb, William
 High Water and Growing Pains: A Huntingtonian Looks Back on 1913  11:4;p9

Newmark, Todd L.
 Looking Back Ten Years Later: The Flood of '85  21:3;p59

Nice, Donetta
 Born in the Hills: Bill & Mary Moats of Preston County  27:1;p27

Nowland, Virginia
 Suffrage Crusade  24:3;p24

Nyden, Paul J.
 Clint Thomas and the Negro Baseball League  5:4;p17
 Coal Town Baseball 6:4;p31
 Guide to Coal Mining Collections in the United States 5:2;p58
 "I Might As Well Go Back In": Remembering the Eccles and Layland Explosions 8:1;p54
 Mabel Gwinn, New River Nurse 7:3;p30

Oates, Cynthia
 “Honoring the Apple”: Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival  40:3;p34

O’Brien, Mollie
Wheeling and Music and Me 45:3;p70

O’Dell, David
My Memories of Jane 44;2p28

O'Keefe, Joseph
 Suffrage Crusade  24:3;p24

Ochsendorf, Gene
 "Coach": A Visit With Bill Weber  26:2;p19
 Doing the Impossible: An Interview with Don Mole 9:1;p33
 Jennings Randolph: "Always Remember the Man and Woman by the Wayside of the Road" 9:2;p17

Olsen, Marty
 Shadows of the Past  34:2;p50

Olson, Ted
 Remembering Jack: A Hampshire County  19:2;p42

Orr, David
 "A Dirty, Messy Place to Work": B.H. Metheney Remembers Hawk's Nest Tunnel  7:1;p34

Painter, Ginny
 "I Was Born Talking": Lois Koontz Nypl on Selling Cars  29:2;p45

Parker, Sharon
 Keeping to the Straight and Pure: The Stonewall Jackson Jubilee  11:2;p65

Parkins, Beth
The Beginning of My Hobby—Scottish Dancing 44:2;p23

Parkinson, George
 Charles Ward Engineering Works  3:3;p31
 Dr. Margaret Byrnside Ballard: 1900-1976  3:2;p5
 The Ellisons of Hans Creek Valley: Two Centuries of Monroe County Family History  6:4;p56

Parsons, Aaron
The Baldwin-Felts Detective Agency 46:1;p19
Bill Kelley: Historian behind the Camera 47:1;p46
Did You Know? Other Facts about the State Police 45:2;p32
From Organizer to Outcast: The Rise and Fall of Frank Keeney 47:2;p22
Kerry Albright: A Miracle Buried Alive 47:4;p30
Octopus’s Garden in the Blackwater 47:3;p66
Passing Down Memories at Man High School 47:4;p46
Sharen Sumpter Deitz: “I’m not a woman, I’m a trooper” 45:2;p38
“A terrible calamity”: The Massacre at Matewan 46:1;p10
An Unexpected Upset: The Humphrey Campaign 46:2;p18

Partain, Susan Craddock
 Logan Rambling 19:2;p65

Pauley, Michael Joseph
 Grinding Grist: The Inner Workings of Mollohan Mill 10:4;p13
 Remembering Davis Grubb 7:1;p70

Payne, John
 Bad Luck on the Middle Fork 37:2;p37
 Old-Fashioned Country Ingenuity  41:4;p54

Payne, Kevin
 Paying Respect: Wake and Funeral Traditions of Barbour County 40:4;p50

Payne, Norma
 Christmas In a One-Room School  35:4;p54

Pedersen, Ralph
 Mail-Order Housing: An Architect's View  8:2;p40

Pendarvis, Edwina
The Beauty of Ballet: Passing It On 47:3;p22

Pennington, Albert
 Halloween at Mr. Mac’s Store  36:3;p66
 My Friend Kirk       38:3;p69

Pennington, June
 Aunt Lucinda 38:2;p18

Perry, Woodrow
 Life on Perry Ridge: Memories of a Wayne County Family 37:4;p36

Peters, Les
A Mountaintop Wedding 46:2;p56

Pettit, Todd
 A Clay County Snake Story 21:3;p69
 When I Was a Young Boy: My Clay County Memories 40:3;p30

Peyton, Dave
 Remembering Molly O'Day 24:1;p64

Phillips, Grace
 Widen, The Town J.G. Bradley Built  3:1;p2

Phillips, Jo Boggess
 "I Greatly Appreciate Your Courage": West Virginia's Women Legislators 24:3;p27
 A Rose Among the Thorns: Lawmaker Jackie Withrow 24:3;p32

Phipps, William E.
 Biblical Treatment of An American Leper  23:3;p62

Pierce, Susan M.
Hunter Lesser: Historian and Preservationist 45:2;p74

Pitonak-Goff, Audrey
Expanding Horizons: The Appalachian Children’s Chorus 47:1;p8

Plasky, Joe
 Cable TV Comes to Red Jacket   38:4;p42
 “Worth Their Weight in Gold”: Recalling Red Jacket Safety Day  33:2;p38 / 40:1;p56

Platania, Joseph
 "Actions Louder Than Words": Remembering Stella Fuller 12:3;p38
 The Camden Carousel 13:2;p14
 Canning and Camping: Girls' 4-H in Mason County  17:2;p22
 Clifford Weese and the West Virginia License Plate  25:3;p47
 The Elusive Jarvis-Huntington Early Automobiles of West Virginia 25:3;p42
 Fall Victory: Huntington’s 1918 Flu Epidemic  31:3;p44
 "Getting Down the Originals": Folk Song Collector Marie Boette 14:3;p14
 Getting Ready for Life: The Douglass High School Story  19:3;p21
 The Hitchhiking Ghost of Fifth Street Hill  26:3;p66
 The Huntington Bank Robbery: The Facts Behind the Folklore 9:3;p63
 Huntington’s Memorial Arch  36:3;p48
 Jack Dempsey Comes to Huntington  30:3;p60
 Just-Rite: Huntington's Air-Ola Radio Company 27:4;p34
 Ketchum Caught 'Em: Remembering a Wayne County Lawman 15:2;p31
 Marching on the Road to Excellence: Huntington Music Man Henry Shadwell 12:1;p16
 Men to Match Mountains: Devil Anse Hatfield and Uncle Dyke Garrett 10:3;p26
 Mission in the Mountains: West Virginia's Pallottine Missionary Sisters 29:1;p18
 The Museum of Radio and Technology  27:4;p38
 Music Out of School: Huntington's Adult Bands from the Shadwell Era 12:1;p21
 "Objects of Beauty and Light": Glassmaking in West Virginia 9:1;p51
 Original and Genuine: The Story of Marsh Wheeling Stogies 15:4;p39
 "The Sign of the Happy Clown": Looking Back at Camden Park 13:2;p9
 Three Sides to the Story: Governor Hatfield and the Mine Wars 11:2;p53
 "A Tough Joint": The West Virginia Penitentiary at Moundsville 21:2;p39
 Tracking the James Gang: Folklore of the Great Huntington Bank Robbery of 1875 9:3;p53
 War on the Tug: A Brief History of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud 10:3;p30
 West Virginia's State Stores: A Legacy of Prohibition 25:1;p46

Plumley, Roscoe
 A Miracle at Fall Run Church  30:2;p55

Poe, Michael E.
 A Wheeling Sketchbook 8:3;p70

Poling, Newton L.
 Growing Up in a Family Store 28:1;p44

Posey, Bryson R.
 Florien Vaughn, M.D.: Mystery Doctor of the Coalfields 6:4;p17

Posey, Lawton W.
 A City Preacher Comes to Pendleton County  30:2;p50
 Florien Vaughn, M.D.: Mystery Doctor of the Coalfields  6:4;p17
 Richard Ruddle and the Reed Organs of Pendleton County  34:1;p22

Prichard, Arthur C.
 "Are You in the Book?" Early Telephone Service in a West Virginia Town  9:3;p9
 Auctions and Auctioneers 11:2;p38
 "A Circus is Coming!" Touring Extravaganzas and Their Downtown Parades of the Past 4:4;p41
 The Heck Radio Society 7:1;p55
 The Horseless Carriage Comes to a West Virginia Town 3:3;p27
 "In West Virginia I Had More Freedom": Bruce Crawford's Story 10:1;p34
 "The Jackson Mystery": Dr. I.C. White and Mannington's First Oil Well 6:2;p47
 Living and Learning: Margaret Allen of Moorefield 13:2;p54
 Local News: Phoebe Heishman and the Moorefield Examiner 12:1;p49
 Making It On His Own: Hardy County Farmer Dayton Bradfield 10:3;p51
 More Than a Century: Looking Back with Doc Elliott 8:3;p9
 Nest Eggs: Glass Egg Manufacturing in Marion County 14:4;p53
 Phoebia G. Moore, M.D.: First Woman to Study Medicine at West Virginia University 5:4;p36
 "A Real Good Life": Silas S. Ritchie, Hardy County Mountaineer 6:1;p49
 Russell Fluharty Remembers the Radio Line  7:1;p59
 Russell "Dick" Rittenhouse: Growing Up Black in Marion County 8:1;p17
 Teams and Teamsters in the Mannington Oil and Gas Field 3:4;p21
 The Tusings of South Branch Mountain: Lynn Tusing Recalls Family in Hardy County 7:3;p17
 Two Hundred Pounds or More: The Lebanese Community in Mannington 4:2/3;p18
Priest, Karl
 America’s First Modern Tea Party 38:2;p60
 Mission Hollow Memories  35:2;p44
 Over the Hill Is Out: Baseball in the Projects  32:2;p46
 “They Were So Good To Me”: Recalling Life at Brookside  35:2;p52

Prince, Jeanie
 Back To the Future: Huntington's Heritage Farm Museum 28:2;p44

Pritt, Troy Lynn
 Wye Plummer Pritt: Fifty Years As a Track Man  31:4;p54

Pritt, Troy Wye
 Wye Plummer Pritt: Fifty Years As a Track Man  31:4;p54

Pryor, James
“55 acres more or less” 46:2;p52

Purkey, Virgil
 Groundhog Lore from Dry Fork  32:4;p52

Quinn, Kate
 City Kids on the Farm 42:2;p56
Fighting a Good Fight: Billy Sunday Comes to Wheeling 38:2;p50
 Woodsdale Kids: Memories of a Wheeling Neighborhood  39:1;p48

Radabaugh, Doris M.
 Job's Temple Homecoming 17:2;p62

Ralston, Miriam
The Birth of MAW: A Magazine of Appalachian Women 47:1;p58

Ramella, Richard
 Champions with Dirty Knuckles: Marbles in the Mountain State 19:2;p35
 The Great Itmann Pig Invasion 19:3;p40
 John Hardy: The Man and The Song 18:1;p47
 "Now I'm on My Hanging Ground": Some Verses to the Song 18:1;p51
 On Bower's Ridge: Family Life in Wyoming County  19:3;p36
 “Salt Pork, West Virginia”: A Musical Mystery Solved  30:2;p30
 A State of Music: Songs of Hills and Home  30:2;p24
 West Virginia’s Three State Songs  30:2;p18
 West Virginia’s Three State Songs  40:1;p34
 When “Country Roads” Began: Genesis of a Mountain State Favorite  30:2;p29

Rasmussen, Barbara
 Food and Rebellion in Monroe County: Recalling Georgia Wickline  33:3;p40
 Storer College: A Bygone Harpers Ferry Institution 16:1;p46

Reckart, Patsy A.
The Ghost at the Swinging Bridge 47:3;p6
Orlando, West Virginia: Our Own Magic Kingdom 45:1;p28

Reece, Carol
 Beauty In Rocks: Earl Ellifritz and His Museum  26:3;p8

Reed, Helen
 Widen, The Town J.G. Bradley Built  3:1;p2

Reed, Louis
 Gusher! 18:1;p44

Reed, Louise
 Putnam County Homebrew Troubles 13:2;p44

Reed, Reva
 Old Soldiers 19:4;p68
 School Days at Davis Creek 18:4;p66

Reeder, W. Howard
 Pushing and Shoving a Model T  31:3;p56

Reese, Tim
The Day JFK Spoke Like a West Virginian 46:2;p12

Reul, Myrtle R.
 Zebedee John Crouse: Mountain Photographer  24:2;p26

Rexroad, William D.
 “It Was a Hard Life”: Growing Up at the Pendleton County Poor Farm  35:2;p38
 Recalling Miss Lottie   39:4;p36

Reynolds, Ethel Burdette
 The Place, the Plans and the People 17:2;p30

Rice, Bill
 Mountain State Forest Festival 37:3;p9

Rice, Donald L.
 Clearing Up a "Hazy Proposition": Ford, Firestone, and Edison Explore West Virginia  9:1;p46
A Christmas Day Tragedy 44:4;p34
The West Virginia Home Front: More on the Maneuver Area 17:2;p70
 West Virginia Maneuver Area  33:3;p16

Rice, Tom
Mike Snyder: Self-Proclaimed Contrarian 45:4;p64

Richmond, Daniel
 How to Train a Giant 23:2;p14

Ridder, Mona
 The Barn Raising 1:3;p15
 Norman's Store: A Mineral County Institution  8:3;p51

Riggin, Samantha
The Gaujot Brothers 47:3;p72

Rittenhouse, Donna Jean
 Grandma and Grandpa Zekany: Growing Up Hungarian in Logan County

Rivard, Betty
 Marietta Manufacturing Company: Building Ships and Boats in Point Pleasant 40:2;p30
 Revelation in the Mountains: West Virginia FSA Photographs  36:3;p30

Rizzetta, Sam
 "Whoop It Up a Little Bit": The Life and Music of Blackie Cool 7:3;p51

Roberts, David W.
 Granddad Mullens 8:2;p71

Roberts, Katherine
 Augusta Festival 23:2;p53
 Ritchie County Cellar Houses  30:3;p40
 Sunday Dinner in Ritchie County  35:3;p26

Roberts, Kathy
 Tygart Valley Homestead: New Deal Communities in Randolph County 31:2;p10

Robinson, Delmer
 Linotype  6:1;p59

Robson, Houghton
 Soap Box Derby 1937  33:2;p50

Rodd, Tom
 On the Back Porch, There's Always Room for One More  4:4;p4

Rogers, Kathee
 A Campus Called Home: The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind 28:3;p10
 From Students to Teachers 28:3;p14
 The Radio Boys 28:3;p18

Rogers, Rod
 John W. Davis and the 1924 Presidential Campaign  30:3;p32

Romano, Mark
 Bergoo, the Town  32:1;p34

Rose, Nicole
 Blackberry Tales  32:2;p52

Rosenak, Charles B.
 "A Person Has to Have Some Work to Do": S.L. Jones, Woodcarver 8:1;p47

Ross, Deborah McHenry
 Decoration Day  33:1;p32
 Instilling a Passion for Music: The 1970s in Wood County Schools  41:3;p56
 A Wonderland of Books: Recalling Parkersburg’s Carnegie Library  36:3;p52

Ross, Peggy
 Christmas Candles and Country Roads: Lighting the Way in Preston County 22:4;p16
 "Dogs and Birds and Shooting": George and Kay Evans of Preston County 19:4;p32
 Echoes of Things Past: Preston County’s Oak Park, 20:2;p46
 The Farmer's Friend: The West Virginia Market Bulletin  19:2;p57
 Goodbye, Old Man Winter: Helvetia Celebrates Fasnacht 19:1;p2
 Manheim: Faded Glory in a Quarry Town  23:3;p28
 Preston County Buckwheat Festival  23:3;p45
 "We Need to Get Together": 100 Years of the Brown Reunion 22:2;p17
 The West Virginia WWII Home Front: "Dear GI" — Preston Soldiers Get Letters from Home 18:4;p50
 "Wish You Were Here": The Long History of the Hermitage 21:4;p54

Ross-Robertson, Lola
 Ida L. Reed, 1864-1951  2:4;p25

Rounder Collective
 The Life of Blind Alfred Reed  2:1;p19

Rowh, Mark
 The Hawk's Nest Tragedy: Fifty Years Later  7:1;p31
 "The Only Product is Oil": Looking Back at the Town of Volcano 7:4;p35

Ruben, Mike
Celebrating the 4th of July 1965 . . . on the 2nd & 5th 46:2;p40

Rucker, James “Sparky”
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Ed Cabbell 44:4;p6

Russell, Melinda
 One Tree's Story  17:4;p20

Sadlowski, Marie Twohig
 My Childhood on Irish Mountain  24:1;p46

Sale, Anna
 “Bus on a Rock”: Bruiser Cole’s Camp at Gauley Bridge  31:4;p36
 Sisters in Coal: A History of Women in the West Virginia Mines  33:1;p10

Salfia, Jessica
The First Lines of Emails I’ve Received While Quarantining 47:3;p4

Samples, Mack
 Dancing at Ireland  23:1;p28
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: George Daugherty 45:2;p3
 Good Times at Glenville: The West Virginia State Folk Festival 11:2;p68
 Hope and Success in Corton 38:4;p56
 Join Hands and Circle: Old-Time Dancing Alive and Well 23:1;p25

Sanders, David H.
 Outdoor Justice in Morgan County  25:3;p62

Savage, Joe
 The Armed March in West Virginia  13:3;p65

Savage, Lon
 The Gunfight at Matewan  17:2;p33

Savereno, Joan
 Anna Guarascio Peluso: Preserving an Italian Art in West Virginia  7:4;p39

Schnaultz, Carnella Moccia
 Humility, Enthusiasm and Time on his Knees: Home Missionary Alexander Moccia 15:4;p59

Schultz, LeRoy G.
 The Barns of West Virginia 4:2/3;p51
 The Barns of West Virginia 7:4;p56
 Log Barns of West Virginia 9:1;p40
 Tobacco Barns  11:4;p60
 West Virginia Cribs and Granaries  9:4;p47
 West Virginia Silos 10:3;p20

Schwarz, Bob
 Adam and Lula Adkins: A Life on Big Ugly  13:1;p43
 Dick Lloyd: He Kept the Gas Moving for 43 Years  11:2;p44
 Doing All Right: Through the Years with Pearl Davidson  13:3;p23
 "46 Years Was Enough": Wetzel Schoolteacher Opal Minor 10:3;p33
 Shanty Pickers  12:3;p25
 Weaving White Oak  13:1;p46

Scott, Eugene
 Chestnut Memories  21:4;p12

Scott, Rosalie
 Aunt Dorie's Harvest  9:3;p65

Screven, Tom
 Capsule Guide to Charleston's Foodways: A Photographic Essay 4:2/3;p57
 An Early 1920's Baseball Game in Mingo County  4:1;p24
 A Former West Virginian in Detroit: A Sketch of His Life and a Tape Recorded Baseball Story 4:1;p22
 An Interview: Harley E. Warrwick Visits New Museum 2:4;p16
 An Interview with Alan Jabbour 3:3;p10
 John B. Wright 1:1;p11
 One of the Last American Railroad Hotels  1:3;p19
 Red Clay Country Pilgrimage 2:2;p50
 Remembering Jenes Cottrell 7:2;p70
 We Sing about Life and What It Means to Us  1:2;p14

Sculle, Keith A.
 “Charmingly Funky”: See’s Motel in Wardensville  43:2;p70

Seeger, Mike
 Elmer Rich and “Colored Aristocracy”  35:3;p50

Semrau, Ronda
 Roxie Gore: Looking Back in Logan County  16:2;p23

Shade, Jeffrey
The End of Cinder Bottom 47:1;p78

Shambaugh, Helen Bradfield
 Apple Butter Time  27:3;p26
 The Magnolia Nurse: Patty Norton of Morgan County 29:4;p46

Sheets, L. Wayne
 "Able Courage": The Monumental Sallie Maxwell Bennett  26:1;p28
 The Pickens Leper 23:3;p58

Sheets, Michael
 Reliving History: Memories of a Civil War Reenactor  39:2;p10

Shepherd, Karen R.
 A Fayette County Christmas  31:4;34

Sherwood, Dolly
 There's a New Parent for the Heritage Trunk  3:4;p2

Sherwood, Topper
 Capitol Cover-up: Gold-leafing the Dome  15:3;p25
 The Dust Settles: Felts Papers Offer More on Matewan 17:2;p39
 Kennedy In West Virginia 26:3;p14
 New State and Regional Books 15:4;p8
 Reunion: The Smoots Gather for the 60th Time  15:4;p9

Shockley, Larry
 The Cockayne House: A Preservation Effort by the Whole Community  43:2;p36
Documerica West Virginia 45:2;p44
Was President William McKinley’s Assassin from Charleston? 47:3;p78

Shombert, Dave
 Turning and Learning: Paul Weinberger's Woodshop  26:4;p28

Shrewsberry, Lisa
Preserving Heartbreaking Memories: Librarian Liz Tackett 47:4;p38

Silman, Jo Calendine
 "The Best Therapy": Making Music At the O'Dell Farm  10:4;p58
 Meeting the O'Dells 10:4;p69

Simmons, Dorrene Spencer
 Rev. Herbert Spencer: Roane County Preacher  2:1;p31

Simmons, Gary
 "A Hard Life, Anyway You Take It": Recollections of a Putnam County Miner and Mine Foreman  5:3;p30
 "The Harder It Is, The Better I Like It" 2:2;p40
 Palmer Hill, Oil Man 3:4;p16

Simmons, Gordon
 Blair Mountain: A Brief Overview  32:2;p26
Fallen Angel: Mother Jones and the Harding Telegram 47:2;p38
 The Homestead Movement in West Virginia 31:2;p18
 The Lonely Battle: Ken Hechler’s 1958 Campaign  33:3;p24
 New Books Available  28:2;p67 / 31:2;p68 / 31:4;p62 / 33:2;p68 / 34:2;p68
 One Hundred Years of Collecting: State Archives Centennial 31:4;p10

Simon, Harold
 Ferreting  9:4;p65

Simons, Nathaniel
 Bow Making in West Virginia  34:3;p30

Sisco, Maria
 “Cap” Ferguson”: A Black Trailblazer  43:1;p62

Sisler, Donetta
Water Witching in Preston County: A Visit with Keith Wotring  34:1;p4
Welcome to Aurora, WV 26705! 46:4;p82

Six, Dean
 “The Best Thing I Ever Did”: Willa Norman and Fenton Glass  34:2;p16
 Fenton: A Century of Art Glass in Williamstown  34:2;p8
 Stained Glass in West Virginia: A Brief History  29:1;p15

Smik, Barbara Diane
 Silver Yodelin' Bill Jones  17:4;p22
 Unbiased and Unbossed: Sam Shaw and the Moundsville Daily Echo  14:4;p28

Smith, Barbara
 Allen Byrne: The Last of the Tramp Printers  15:1;p9
 “Are You Sick?”: Dr. J.W. Myers and his Remedy Company 31:1;p36
 Bringing Back the Beauty: Stained Glass Restoration in Randolph County 29:1;p10
 Dr. Howard: Looking Back With a Philippi Pharmacist 10:2;p26
 "Enough World for Me": Stella Gordon of Newberne 12:4;p57
 The Franklins: A Barbour County Family Story  16:2;p38
 The Golden Rule: Doing Business in Barbour County 18:1;p16
 "I Know Them All": Monongah's Faithful Father Briggs 25:4;p21
 "Lovingly, Mama": The Letters of Viola S. Springer 26:1;p12
 Miner's Widow: Sara Kaznoski, Fighter and Survivor 14:2;p52
 Monuments to the Past: A Barbour County Church Cemetery 13:3;p50
 The Myers Clinic: A Family Legacy in Barbour County 31:1;p44
 No Ambulances Then: Tales of a Country Doctor  13:4;p65
One Man’s Treasure: Dr. Elmer Myers and a Blue Plastic File Box 45:4;p54
 "Preserved Until Judgement Day": The Philippi Mummies 27:3;p56
 Randolph County Cattleman Herman Isner 37:1;p22
 "Ready, Wheeling and Able": Movie Maker Ellis Dungan 22:3;p51
 Shipshape in Philippi: The House That Lair D. Morrall Built 15:4;p18
 "What A Community Is All About": Friday Nights at Boulder 10:4;p48

Smith, Deborah B.
 From Academy to University: Marshall Turns 150  13:1;p58

Smith, Elmer L.
 James Tyree Rexrode, The Artist 3:3;p42

Smith, Jeffrey S.
Fort Hill: Seven Generations of Farming 44:2;p68

Smith, Joanne
 We, the People of Chestnut Ridge: A Native Community in Barbour County  25:3;p30

Smith, Mariwyn McClain
 A Lasting Impression: Recalling Printer Ken McClain  26:2;p31

Smith, Marketa S.
 Ben Carr and his Banjo: What Music Means 42:1;p45

Smith, Melissa
 Fountain Hobby Center: Passing the Test of Time  29:4;p26

Smith, Oce
 The Passing of a Grand Hotel: Recollections of the Daniel Boone in Charleston  8:2;p54
 Recollections of Mr. Geary 8:2;p57

Smith, Virgil L.
 Recalling Life along the Little Kanawha     38:4;p30

Smith, W. Murray
 Jenes Cottrell  15:3;p22

Smucker, Kim
 By Faith and Sacrifice: Salem College Celebrates Its First 10

Snider, Louie Dawson
 Three Years at Three Mile School: Memories of a Calhoun County Educator  32:3;p36
 What’s with These Dawson Names??  32:3;p41

Snyder, Betty Bowers
 “Across the Ocean in Philadelphia”: My Early Years in Mineral County  30:2;p56

Snyder, Ken
 Pot of Beans 38:2;p58

Snyder, Michael Evans
 “Ask for more than you’ll settle for”: The Strip-Mining Fight 45:4;p58
GOLDENSEAL Good-Bye: Chuck Yeager 47:1;p3
J. E. Dillon: Master Blacksmith  1:2;p5
Strip Mining: Where Are We Headed 45:4;p66

Somerville, Jane
 How It Feels to Wait: Report on Parkersburg Poetry Writing Project for Older People  4:4;p6

Sontheimer, Marcia M.
 Thermond L. Fletcher: Self-sufficient Farmer, Artist, Musician 2:3;p16

Sopher, Tom
The Mysterious Ferguson Rock 46:4;p50

Spence, Beth
 Arthurdale: The New Deal Comes to Preston County  7:2;p7

Spence, Robert
 After the Feud: Livicey Hatfield's Photo Album  24:3;p50
 The Devil Turned to Stone 28:1;p27
 "A Good Historical Record": The Reece Sisters Recall Their Father and Holden 8:4;p62
 Hatfield History: Reconsidering the Famous Feud  21:3;p9
 "He Just Loved the Music": Traditional Fiddler Red Henline 27:1;p44
 "I Grew Up With Music": The Memories of Aunt Jennie Wilson 10:1;p9
 "I Just Use a Bow": Oldtime Fiddler Mike Humphreys 11:4;p30
 "I Never Wanted to Live Anywhere Else": Wallace W. Farley of Williamson 28:1;p20
 Island Creek and the Building of Holden  8:4;p57
 "It Was Rough at Times": The Memories of P.L. Johnston 11:1;p28
 "A Lot of Good Music": Lefty Shafer Talks Fiddling 10:4;p18
 Music From the Woodpile: Musician and Craftsman Ray Epler 11:3;p9
 The Poet of Lawnsville 5:3;p55
 "A Real Fine Looking Man": Aunt Jennie Wilson Remembers Frank Hutchison 10:1;p15
 The Scholar and the Legend: The Research of Coleman A. Hatfield 21:3;p13
 West Virginia Foodways: The Lock, Stock and Barrel Restaurant, Williamson 5:4;p3

Spencer, James
 Victory Loan Tour of 1945 37:3;p42

Spindler, Katherine R.
 From the Bottom Up: Cinder Bottom’s Red-Light District  43:2;p56

Stanton-Smith, Audrey
 Cadet Nurses Maggie and Terri Payne   40:2;p26

Stafford, Margo
 "All Greek and All Hard Workers"  8:3;p57
 Fighting the Flu: The Experiences of Two Beckley Nurses 10:2;p69
 Frank, Cole, Devil Anse, and Senator Elkins  9:3;p61
 RFD: A West Virginia First 9:2;p52

Stafford, Thomas F.
 The First Mountain State Forest Festival: Organizing an Elkins Tradition  5:3;p51

Stalnaker, Karen
 "So Charitable a Mission": The Odd Fellows Home in Elkins  29:3;p18

Stanley, Bonnie G.
 But We Were Tough and Hardy  3:1;p30

Stapler, Alisa
 Gardening and Gathering: A Visit with Wanda Tucker Jarrell of Winifrede  36:3;p54

Stark, Tim
 Tools of the Trade: The Crosscut Saw  17:1;p65

Starkey, Edith Kimmell
 Back to Braucher 14:2;p70
 Over the Mountain: Timbering at Braucher  13:2;p34

Stealey III, John E.                    
 Great Kanawha Salt Industry: An Overview 40:4;p24

Stealey, Mary V.
 Chautauqua: Bringing Culture to Clarksburg  17:4;p27
 Water Birch: A 1929 Elk River Fishing Camp  16:3;p66

Steele, Virginia
 "Colored People Had a Hard Time": Miss Ruby Never Quit  22:4;p44
 "Good for the Soul": Gladys Larew at 100 25:2;p40

Steenstra, Beverly
 The World’s Largest Clothespin Factory  43:2;p10

Stenger, Mary Beth
 Lebanese in the Land of Opportunity: The Michael Family of Clarksburg 28:4;p22

Stevens, MaryAnne
 No Place Better to Live: The Campbells of Monroe County 11:3;p25

Stewart C. C.
 A Boy's Dream Spring;25:1;p38
 The Buffalo Bank Robbery: Further Adventures in the West Virginia State Police 22:1;p45
 Street Life in the Capital City 22:1;p50
 Strike Duty: A Trooper Recalls Trouble in the Coalfields 21:4;p32

Stimeling, Travis D.
“Black waters come rollin’ down Buffalo Creek”: Music and the Disaster 47:4;p58
GOLDENSEAL Good-bye: Ellie Mannette 44:4;p7

Stinespring, William E.
 Country Roads 21:1;p63

Stone, Elizabeth Ballard
 "So Much To Endure": Early Epidemics in the Kanawha Valley 10:2;p67

Stone, Olive Smith
 Hard Times, Proud Memories in Jackson County  28:3;p24
 “I’ve Enjoyed It All”: Bonnie Cadle Hartley Recalls 103 Years  30:1;p38

Stover, Jerry D.
 Hickory and Ladyslippers 3:1;p35

Stover, Kara Perdue
 Coach Bobby Stover: The Making of a Clay County Legend    33:3;p36

Stutler, Judith
 Randolph County Horsepower 23:2;p18

Sullivan, Ken
 The Appalachian Photographs of Earl Palmer  16:2;p71
 Buffalo, Putnam County: A West Virginia Community Enters the 20th Century  5:3;p13
 Building Bridges 19:1;p58
 "Cheap, Quick and Drafty": The Jenny Lind House 16:1;p65
 Don West, Poet and Preacher 5:4;p47
 Feud: Hatfields, McCoys and Social Change  14:3;p72
 GOLDENSEAL Meets Hillbilly: An Interview with Jim Comstock 6:1;p9
 How Hickam Got Away 27:2;p57
 An Interview with John Davis 5:3;p26
 "Just 48 Years, That's All:" Harry Sydenstricker, Company Store Manager 5:2;p17
The Lively Letter Backstory 46:1;p32
 Locks and Dams: Improving Navigation on the Kanawha 8:3;p46
 Mountain Trace. Book I  7:3;p70
 Naming the Coal Towns: A Study in West Virginia Place Names 4:1;p34
 Out in the Weeds and Briers 4:2/3;p26
 Russell Fluharty: The Dulcimer Man  12:4;p16
 Sidney Box, West Virginian 5:2;p59
 Squirrel Tales: Readers Recall Squirrel Migrations 17:1;p7
 "To Keep the Peace": Captain Charles W. Ray, State Policeman 6:4;p46
 "Totally Country" 12:2;p63
 Towing Coal: Francis E. Wright, Riverboat Captain 6:3;p33
 A Tribute 5:1;p60
 "We Lived Good Back Then": Vandalia Award Winner Sylvia O'Brien 15:3;p9
 Working the Kanawha with Captain Wright  6:3;p40

Sutton, Clive B.
 Return to Turtle Run 16:3;p60
 "We Toiled and Labored and Grew Up": Looking Back in Ritchie County 16:3;p55

Sutton, David
 Ella Betler Remembers Helvetia  6:2;p23
 A West Virginia Swiss Community: The Aegerter Photographs of Helvetia, Randolph County 6:2;p9

Sutton, Mary Lee
 Sweet Pickens: Looking Back at Maple Harvest Time 14:1;p55

Swartz, Gordon Lloyd III
 "Hard Work for a Boy": Growing Up in McKeefrey 18:3;p62
 Hero and Desperado: Reflections on the Reburial of Lewis Wetzel 17:2;p66
 Locomotive Engineer Gilbert King: "I Like Railroading" 24:2;p34
 Louis Reed: Remembering a West Virginia Writer  13:2;p40
 McKeefrey: A Marshall County Coal Town  18:3;p58
 0l' Rusty 13:4;p8
 Walter Seacrist: A Songwriting Miner Remembers the Mine Wars 11:2;p60

Sweeney, Edwin
 Marbles and Pressed Glass: Remembering Akro Agate of Clarksburg  10:2;p20

Swiger, Lynette
  H. B. Huffman Coal Company 41:2;p20

Swiger, Mark
Living the American Dream at Wheeling-Pitt 45:3;p64

Swisher, Bob
 Historical Overview of the Upper West Fork River and Skin Creek Valleys  5:1;p19

Swisher, Charles F.
 The Engineer as Artist: Thomas Swisher's Sutton Photographs  13:1;p10

Swope, Kenneth D.
 December 24, 1908: A Monroe County Christmas Story 6:4;p8

Tabscott, Robert
 John Henry: The Story of a Steel-Driving Man  22:2;p9

Tanner, Borgon
 Into the Woods with Ely-Thomas: One Day’s Drama at Jetsville  36:1;p40
 Night Sounds 38:2;p30
 The Swecks’ Circle Tour  43:4;p68
Thursday Night at the Wetzel Republican  30:1;p46
 Two Days That Changed Our Lives  27:4;p14
 Waterborne Entertainment on the Upper Ohio River 40:2;p38
 Wetzel & Tyler Railway  37:2;p10

Tanner, Donna McGuire
 The Color of May  25:1;p56
 A Country Girl Comes Home: A Visit With Olive Workman Persinger  26:1;p23
 Milroy's Road 29:1;p34
 Night Riders on the Air  35:1;p28
Richwood: The Way It Was  43:2;p21

Tanner, Lori
 Clay County Folklore and Folk Medicine: Empty Rockers & Sassafras Tea  21:3;p67

Tarowsky, Tom
 Weir Going West: A High School Band and a Very Big Parade  36:4;p10

Taylor, Hali
 Panhandle Portraits  12:4;p36

Taylor, Lucy
 "A Place for Memories": The Leatherman Barn of Hardy County  7:4;p50

Taylor, Robert “Bobby”
 "Fiddling Around": An Interview with French Mitchell  9:2;p9
GOLDENSEAL Good-byes: Harold M. Hayslett 44:2;p8
I Remember Clark Kessinger 23:3;p18

Taylor, Wilma Rugh
 Glory Bound: Chapel Cars Come to West Virginia  33:4;p28

Tennant, Dennis
 Crystal Beauty: Four Seneca Patterns  10:1;p43

Tennant, Diane
 Blennerhassett Island: Report on a Wood County Archaeological Dig  6:2;p53
 "I've Enjoyed Every Minute of It": Myrtle Auvil of Grafton 7:3;p25
 "It's Always Well to Remember": Bing Keller of Preston County 8:3;p29
 "An Obsession": John Newbraugh of Newbraugh Brothers Toy Company 9:1;p60

Tenney, Noel W.
 Birds of My Hollow: Claude Kemper, Bird Carver  9:1;p21

Terman, Tim
 Power from the Past: Engines of the Oil and Gas Festival  14:3;p20

Theriault, William
 Bakerton: A Jefferson County Village  12:3;p30
 For Love and Money: Jefferson County Horse Racing 15:1;p48
 Julia Davis: West Virginia Wordcrafter  18:3;p25
 The Movie Man Remembers: Tim Sinn  17:2;p66
 Patsy Grant  15:1;p54
 The Way We Were: Jefferson County, 1941  17:2;p17

Thibeault, James
 Collection of Six Quilts Made for State by Cooperative Members  2:4;p53

Thomas, Dr. C. R.
 Cough Drops and Mother’s Day  35:1;p30

Thomas, Edward H.
 Life on Lick Creek: Recalling a Boone County Community 22:1;p24
 Uncle Jake and Juniper 22:1;p28

Thomas, Jerry Bruce
Remembering the Lonesome End: How West Virginia’s High Schools Copied Red Blaik’s Playbook 63 Years Ago 47:3;p48

Thompson, Eric
“Dark Hollow”  43:4;p55

Thrash, Mary
 Wilbur Veith: A Good Man  14:3;p9

Tice, John
 Searching for Ikie's Tomb  29:3;p64

Tieche, Albert Updyke II
 Business, Country-Style: Buying A Truck and Hunkering Down with the Neighbors  22:3;p22

Tinnell, Shannon Colaianni
 Feast of the Seven Fishes 37:4;p56
 Francis H. Pierpont: Father of West Virginia 39:2;p24
 Gone, Not Forgotten: Recalling the Everettville Mining Disaster 40:3;p42
 Hidden in Plain Sight: Marion County’s Civil War-Era Landmarks 39:2;p18

Todd, Greg
 Aunt Ruth  12:4;p30

Toothman, Mike
 Work Relations in the Coal Industry: The Handloading Era, 1880-1930  4:4;p66

Tribe, Deanna
 Patti Powell: WWVA’s “Long Haul Widow”  36:4;p30

Tribe, Ivan M.
 All-Around Musicians: Ralph Hamrick and Early Country Music 11:1;p23
 The Buddy Starcher & Sleepy Jeffers Shows: Live Country Music on TV! 39:1;p8
 Cap, Andy and Flip: Mountain State Radio Trio 15:4;p30
 Doc Williams: A Half Century at the "Wheeling Jamboree" 13:1;p32
 "Fiddling Around": An Interview with French Mitchell 9:2;p9
 "Living the Right Life Now": Lynn Davis & Molly O'Day 24:1;p56
 Natchee the Indian: Many Stories, Some Factual 40:3;p50
 Patti Powell: WWVA’s “Long Haul Widow”  36:4;p30
 Slim and Tex: Mountain Boys on West Virginia Radio 8:1;p9
 Songs of the Silver Bridge 5:4;p57
 West Virginia Country Music During the Golden Age of Radio 3:3;p15

Trimble, Vernice
 From Morocco to Swiss: Family Life Around the Mines and Mills  19:1;p45
 Grandpa Copeland 19:1;p49

Turner, Herman B.
 The Grant County "Thing"  28:3;p70

Tyler, Alicia
 Benjamin Matheny: "Doing a Man's Work" 2:3;p26
 Everything Except Putting Your Feet In: Home Wine the Old Way 18:3;p25
 Home Winemaking: An Italian Tradition in the Upper Kanawha Valley 3:2;p35

Tyler-McGraw, Marie
 "But After All Was She Not a Masterpiece as a Mother and a Gentlewoman"  3:4;p29
 "Give Us the Old Mud-caked Oh-ho-ho:" Flooding on Wheeling Island 4:4;p13
 Mother's Day Revisited: "But After All Was She Not a Masterpiece as a Mother and a Gentlewoman…” 25:1;p10
 Remembering March '45: Flooding on the Island  21:1;p13

Underwood, Sid
Coach Underwood, My Dad 44:4;p46
Summers on My Grandfather’s Farm   41:2;p42

Valentine, Fawn
 "Quilt of Happy Memories": Mabel Moore of Nallen  27:1;p11
 Mabel Moore Talks Quilting 27:1;p16

Van Gundy, Doug
 “I Dearly Love to Dance”: Mountain Dancer Lou Maiuri  34:1;p8

Vance, Warren
 Close Call at Altman  30:3;p30

Veasey, John
The No. 9 Memorial 44:3;p79
Two Reporters Recall That Infamous Morning 44:3;p28

Venable, Norma Jean
 Drillers, Shooters and Roustabouts: Oil at Dunkard Ridge  18:1;p39

Venham, Christy
The Morgan Shirt Factory 44:2p.42

Vergis, Johnny M.
 Edwight: Recalling a Coal River Company Town 19:1;p38

Vickers, Melanie
A West Virginia Teacher in Space 45:1;p54

Villers, Dave
Crane Custom Baits 45:4;p46
Making Crane Baits 45:4;p52

Wachholz, Paul F.
 Crossing Over: The D'Arianos Come to West Virginia 9:3;p31

Waggoner, Eric G.
 "A New and Wonderful Goal": Musician Virgil W. Bork  16:3;p32
 Pulling the Weight, Doing the Work: Barbour County's Horse Pull 23:2;p20
 A Satisfied Man  16:1;p64
 "A Splendid Job Done": Mattress Making in the Great Depression 22:3;p46

Wallen, James A.
 Coal on the Kanawha 8:3;p40

Walker, Mike
 Raising Calves in Monroe County  32:1;p44

Wallen, James A.
 Coal on the Kanawha  8:3;p40

Ward, Barry J.
 "Going Yander:" The West Virginia Guineas' View of Ohio  2:2;p9
 Old Tales, New Places 2:4;p40

Ward, John J. J.
 The Enchanted Coat  34:4;p52
 The First Picture Show in Chapmanville  30:4;p30
 Living By the Bell  29:1;p55
 Spinning Memories on Fowler Branch  29:1;p52
Warnock, Charles
 Sand Man: Glass Sand Engineer Earle T. Andrews  12:1;p56
 "Satisfied to Stay Here": Nellie Fulk Hill of Sunnyside Farm 11:1;p52

Warren, Sue-Beth
Our State’s Birthplace: West Virginia Independence Hall 45:3;p30

Warrick, James
 Helmet Boys 27:2;p62

Watkins, Bill
 The World's Fair in a Rowboat  27:2;p66

Watkins, W. Merle
 The World's Fair in a Rowboat  27:2;p66

Watson, Henrietta
 Spanning Time: Touring West Virginia's Covered Bridges  14:2;p32

Waugh, Jack
 "The Spark to Play Music": Interview with Jimmie and Loren, the Currence Brothers  6:3;p44

Waybright, C.M.
 A Sportsman at the Concert  21:4;p5

Weaver, Steve
 My First Flight   41:3;p34
Philippi’s White Elephant 44:2;p62
 The Runaway Airplane!  36:1;p20

Weaver, Susan
 Rock Springs Park: A Panhandle Playground  11:4;p22
 Rock Springs Souvenirs: Postcards of the Park  11:4;p25

Weems, Donna M.
 Drillers, Shooters and Roustabouts: Oil at Dunkard Ridge 18:1;p39

Weitkamp, Kim
The Many Faces of West Virginia 41:4;p8 / 42:1;p10 / 42:2;p8

Welch, Alice Fortney
 Shape-note Singing in Appalachia: An Ongoing Tradition  4:2/3;p13

Welch, Jack
 Ed Carson of the Homer Laughlin China Company  11:1;p19
 A Heritage of Regional Landscapes: Appalachian Baptistry Paintings 6:2;p40
 The Homer Laughlin China Company: "There's Something About Dinnerware" 11:1;p9
 Shape-note Singing in Appalachia: An Ongoing Tradition 4:2/3;p13
 Of Steel and Stock: Taking Over at Weirton — One Worker's Perspective  18:4;p39

Wellington, Bill
 "Always Come Home After The Dance": The Welch Brothers Band  10:2;p55

West, Brenda
 The Best Curb Girl in Logan County  24:1;p65

West, Gary V.
“I never considered it work”: The Stone Man of Kingmont 47:3;p55
“The water is perfect!” 45:1;p64

West, John Eric
 Echoes of a Mountain Preacher: Recalling Laban Richmond of Summers County  30:3;p54

Wheeler, Billy Edd
 Remembering “Aunt Jennie” Wilson 42:2;p24

Whetsell, Robert C.
 Army Pigeons at Seneca Rocks  33:3;p12
 Climbing to Victory: WWII Assault Training at Seneca Rocks  33:3;p8
 Photographer A. Aubrey Bodine and Seneca’s Cliff-Scaling Soldiers  33:3;p11

Whipkey, Charlotte
Mike Morningstar: West Virginia’s Troubadour 45:4;p12     

Whipkey, Harriet
 “I Never Dreamed I’d Be This Old!”: Gilmer County’s Roxy Ellyson at 105  31:3;p30

Whitcomb, Judith
 Mountain Cattle Drives 24:2;p48

Whitcomb, Robert
 Crider's Store 28:4;p34
 Mountain Cattle Drives 24:2;p48
 Sparky Burr 24:1;p26
 Still Singin': A Visit with Bill and Hazel Westfall 27:2;p33

White, Elesse D.
 Hard Work Was a Must: Chaney Boone’s Braxton County Farm 37:2;p54

White, John
 Early Life on the Nuzum Dairy Farm  29:1;p38

White, Joseph B. C.
 Electricity Comes to the Farm 16:2;p6
 John Hershey, Saddler 17:2;p8

Whiteford, Mike
 Back in ‘46, We Did the Unthinkable  41:1;p47
 The Charlies: Recalling Charleston’s Golden Era 40:2;p16

Whiteman, M. A.
 Albert Estep Remembers St. Joseph Rural Life  9:1;p18
 St. Joseph Settlement 9:1;p9
 "When I Was Home as a Child": Marie Miller Recalls St. Joseph Family Life 9:1;p15

Whitley, Phyllis Campbell
 Finding the Barns of Summers County   37:4;p52

Whittaker, Phoebe
 Grandma’s First TV Show  36:2;p39

Wilbur, Dave
 Robert Byrd, Mountain Fiddler  5:2;p41
 Robert Byrd: Mountain Fiddler  36:3;p12

Wilcox, William J.
 The Big Blackberry Patch  9:1;p8
 My Last Haystack 9:2;p7
 An Old-Fashioned Winter 8:4;p65

Wilkes, Nancy
 Traditional Music Store: Transplanted Enterprise in Berkeley Springs  3:2;p43

Wilkins, Patricia
 Farmerettes in the Field: The Women’s Land Army at Media Farm   41:2;p34
 World War II West Virginia Land Girls   41:2;p40

Williams, Charles
 Following the Old Ways: Bill Jeffries Recalls Country Life  10:2;p32

Williams, Danny
 Alive and Working: Folk Sculptor Connard Wolfe  20;1;p9
 Carrying on the Music: Dulcimer Player Patty Looman  21:4;p61
 "Clifftop": Appalachian String Band Music Festival  25:2;p64
 Here All the Time: The Mountain Dulcimer in West Virginia 14:1;p41
 Jane George: Proud To Be a West Virginian  19:4;p47
 Kessingers on Record 23:3;p24
 Mountain Music Roundup 19:3;p69 / 20;2;p68 / 20;3;p68 / 21:2;p67 / 22:2;p66 / 22:4;p5 / 23:3;p65 / 24:4;p64
 Stonewall Jackson Heritage Jubilee  23:2;p60
 The Wolfe Style 20;1;17

Williams, Helen Byrnside
 South Charleston During World War II  36:1;p16

Williams, Tony L.
 "An Important Part of Our Heritage": Walden Roush Recalls Mason County's One-Room Schools 12:4;p9

Williamson, Elizabeth
 Tools of Mountain Living: The Grain Cradle 19:4;p8

Williams-Allred, Amy
 Carving Memories: Making Chips Fly in the Northern Panhandle 21:2;p28

Wilson, Jim
 One With Nature: Mountain Man Coy Fitzpatrick  26:2;p25

Wilson, Michael K.
 Pleasant Island: Sin and Salvation in the Elk River  39:3;p26

Wilson, Rick
 Happy to Have a Chance: The Founding of Eleanor  14:1;p28
 Matewan  13:4;p7
 "More Than Butterfly Words": Don West Comes Homes to Pipestem 14:4;p67
 "We're In For It": Early Days at Blenko Glass 13:3;p42

Wilson, Riley
 "Food, Feathers, and Whiskey": Two Stories by Riley Wilson 8:2;p62

Winebrenner, Margaret
 Memories of Ely-Thomas Lumber Company: Through the Eyes of a Child 23:4;p20
 A Nicholas County Christmas 25:4;p44

Winkles, Gary
 "Getting on the Job Early": The Priest Family of Franklin 11:3;p18

Winter, John
 Cracked Crucible: Freeform Photos from Fenton  38:3;p26

Wintz, William D.
 "The Boys of '17": WWI Vets Talk It Over Again in Pendleton County 7:1;p2

Witek, John
 Huntington, the Way We Were: The Hometown Photographs of Levi Holley Stone 39:2;p44
Withers, Bob
 The Caboose Man: A Visit with Jim Mullins of Madison  33:4:p16
 Capturing Steam: Railroad Photographer J.J. Young  27:2;p10
 The Cardinal and Its Rolling History Lesson  34:4;p24
 Cornfield Navigation: The Boat Wreck at Willow Grove  21:4;p18
 The Duke of Prince: Ticket Agent Marvin Plumley  34:4;p32
 A Floating Palace 21:4;p24
 Grafton’s B&O Station: Revisiting a Railroad Treasure  30:3;p10
 J.J. Young and His Camera 27:2;p22
 Readin’, Writin’, and Ridin’ the Rails 39:3;p18
 Slow Train: From Huntington to Parkersburg by Steam 15:2;p65
 Smoke and Cinders: Railroading Up Big Sandy and Back in Time 17:4;p57

Witschey, Elizabeth Thurmond
 My Memories of Logan: More Than Feudin' and Fightin' 26:1;p17

Wolfe, Charles
 Clark Kessinger: Pure Fiddling 23:3;p10

Wolfe, Eugene
 December 6, 1907: No Christmas at Monongah  19:4;p9
 December 6, 1907: No Christmas at Monongah  25:4;p12
 Hog Killing Time on Mill Fall Run  18:4;p64

Wolford, Michelle
 Creating the Steel Drum  32:4;p44
 Steel Drums in Morgantown: Percussion Pioneer Ellie Mannette  32:4;p38

Wood, Edelene
 Making Vitrolite: Edelene Wood Interviews Ralph Hayden 18:3;p38
 A Pretty Little Box for Christmas  23:4;p65
 Vitrolite 18:3;p34

Woods, Joetta Smith
 Spencer VFD: Roane County's Teenage Smoke Eaters 22:1;p38

Woofter, Betty Langford
 A Good Start on Duck Run 27:4;p60

Woofter, James
 Job's Temple: A Gilmer County Landmark  17:2;p58

Woomer, Warren
 “Just Get it Done”: Synthetic Rubber in Institute   38:1;p24
 The Union Carbide Story: Franklin Jividen Recalled   38:1;p26
 The U.S. Rubber Story: Frank Sayre Recalls   38:1;p30

Workman, Barbara J. Young
 The Train, the Smoke, the Whistle, and the Bell: Memories of Widen  34:4;p38

Workman, Jim
Marshall Football: Rising from the Ashes 46:3;p34
“Marshall means a lot to a lot of people” 46:3;p20

Workman, Michael
 Low Tech: The Workings of a Water Mill  17:1;p16

Workman, Patricia Samples
 Between Twistabout and Dismal: Flying Dogs and Ghost Frogs at the Haunted Mud Hole  22:3;p62
 Country Vet Doc White 24:4;p10
 Ely-Thomas Lumber Company 23:4;p10
 Raccoon Tales 26:4;p20
 Recollections of Robinson Fork: Nicholas County Rural Life 22:1;p18

Wyatt, W. Joseph
 When We Were Boy Scouts  32:2;p38

Wyrostock, Chuck
Buffalo Creek Today: A Photo Essay 47:4;p64

Yale, Andy
 Charlton Cox: "People Call Me the Garbage Man" 10:1;p55
 Elmer Richmond: "Hard Work Was All We Knew" 14:2;p27
 Jimmy Cooper: "So Much in So Short a Time:  16:2;p65
 The Old-Timey Way: Lillian Mann of Talcott  14:1;p36
 One Piece at a Time: The Small World of Leland Feamster 11:1;p59
 Parking the Truck Store: Hale Arbuckle Makes a Change 15:4;p49
 "Putting Things Together": Mark Blumenstein Finds the Spirit in Metal 16:3;p9
 "Respect That River": William Richmond and the Richmond Ferry 10:4;p52
 24 Tons was Enough: Gene McGraw Recalls Old-Time Mining 18:1;p23

Yarrow, Doug
 Words and Pictures from McDowell County  6:4;p65

Yeager, Barbara
 Mostly Work: Making a Home in Widen  3:1;p7

Yohe, Randy
“It’s more than just us”: Tragedy Becomes Inspiration 46:3;p26
Live from Barboursville, It’s Saturday Night! 44:2p.10
The Survivors of Buffalo Creek 47:4;p22
Wolfgang Flor: Master Sculptor 45:1;p10

Yoho, R. G.
C. E. Lively: The Man Who Started a War 47:2;p30

Young, Harold P.
 When I Was a Young Man in Clay County  28:3;p45

Young, J. J., Jr.
 Train Talk 24:2;p38

Zahniser, Ed
 A Bird's-eye View of West Virginia: The Panoramic Maps of Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler 15:2;p9

Zicafoose, Ruth
 Ghost in the Church 23:3;p70

Zielinsky, Tom
Rockyside: A Forgotten Mining Community 45:1;p50

Zink, Abbey L.
 Grandma's Legacy 16:3;p65

Zwierzchowski, Mary
 Death of a Gypsy King 24:4;p18 / 40:1;p10
 An Easter Tragedy: The Weirton Bus Crash of 1951  30:1;p26
 Hollidays Cove Murder Mystery 28:2;p30
 “Thankful to Be Alive”: Survivor Chris Valenti Barker  30:1;p30
 Update — Gypsies in Weirton 40:1;p15
 Weirton’s Singing Men of Steel 31:4;p28
 The World of the Gypsies 24:4;p24

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