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Stories-A History of Appalachia


Jan 18, 2020

Wyoming County, West Virginia, contains a set of strange rock carvings called petroglyphs on a rock ledge of a cliff overhanging the upper Clear Fork of the Guyandotte River.  While most scientists think these etchings are the work of Native Americans, some people argue they were made by Irish Christians during the Middle Ages.  Today we tell the story of the Luther Elkins Petroglyph.

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