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This project was researched and created by Erin Huffman, Chloe Snodgrass, and Cassidy Southern as part of a collaboration between Dr. Erin Brock Carlson’s Multimedia Writing (ENGL 303) course and Dr. Miriam Cady and the West Virginia and Regional History Center in Spring 2021.