ⓘ Monongah, West Virginia

                                     

ⓘ Monongah, West Virginia

Monongah is a town in Marion County, West Virginia, USA, situated where Booths Creek flows into the West Fork River. The population was 1.044 at the 2010 census. Monongah was chartered in 1891 based on Chapter 47 of West Virginia code. Its name is derived from the nearby Monongahela River.

                                     
  • The Monongah mining disaster of Monongah West Virginia occurred on December 6, 1907, and has been described as the worst mining disaster in American
  • days before Christmas, he arrived in Monongah West Virginia where he became interested in the history of the Monongah Mining Disaster of December 6, 1907
  • Heritage Foundation. Born Ruth Hammond on 10 December 1911 in Monongah West Virginia she joined the Marines in 1943 when the Marine Corps first started
  • Matoaka Meadow Bridge Middlebourne Mill Creek Milton Mitchell Heights Monongah Montrose Moorefield New Haven Newburg North Hills Northfork Nutter Fort
  • held for a large group of men who died in a mining accident in Monongah West Virginia in 1907. It was first proposed by Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Washington
  • Pleasant Valley, Barrackville, Monongah Star City, Westover, and Cheat Lake. The district is located entirely within West Virginia s 1st congressional district
  • The Parkersburg Bridge crosses the Ohio River between Parkersburg, West Virginia and Belpre, Ohio. Designed by Jacob Linville, the bridge has 46 spans:
  • Fairview Barrackville Farmington Grant Town Monongah Rivesville Whitehall Worthington Middletown Palatine West Augusta Carolina Idamay Rachel Baxter Basnettville
  • Fairmont, West Virginia Prezioso went to Monongah High School with Alabama football coach Nick Saban. Prior to his election to the West Virginia Senate