Riverboatin' on the Little Kanawha
A Traveling Exhibit about the History of
Steamboats in West Virginia


Gary Coberly, the exhibit director, writes:

The exhibition traveled all over West Virginia this summer: Grantsville, Morgantown, Jackson's Mill, Parkersburg, and Elizabeth. The exhibit will be part of History Day at the State Capital Building in Charleston in late January, and Burnsville and Weston in May and June. The exhibit will continue to travel through summer 2004 to locations such Hurricane, Point Pleasant, Lewisburg, and Huntington.


           


Gary with the Gainer, a boat that brought students to Glenville Normal School early in the century (left). Right: The countryside near Eden, West Virginia.




The Dove and crew in Grantsville.




The Joe Fowler in Parkersburg.




The Gilmer Watershed Coalition and Glenville State College present the touring exhibition

Riverboatin' on the Little Kanawha
Aug 24 - Sept 19, 2004

Opening reception:
Tuesday, August 24, from 6 - 8 P.M.
Guest Speaker: Darren Feit
Light refreshments

GSC Fine Arts Center Gallery
Court & High Streets
Glenville, West Virginia

Co-Sponsors: West Virginia Humanities Council, J. Mack Gamble Foundation, & Glenville State College


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