Fort Seybert Heritage Educational Association
is a project based, nonprofit
association organized to research, document and preserve the history
of Pendleton County.
A recently completed project is a DVD documentary
titled, "Water Powered Mills of Pendleton County," now
available from the association. An ongoing project is the identification
and mapping of old burial sites. Volunteers are urgently needed
for this project. Another project in the planning stage, tentatively
titled "Paths, Trails and Wagon Roads" is to trace the
routes used by the early settlers.
To become a member or volunteer to work
on any of the projects or to learn more about FSHEA, please contact
Sandra Pope, chairperson.
Phone: (304) 249-5004 E-mail