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1794

Blaker's Mill water-powered gristmill was constructed in Alderson

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1800

The site of Jackson's Mill was first settled by Edward Jackson

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1818

Jonathan Jackson and wife Julia Neale moved to Clarksburg

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1826

Jonathan Jackson died

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1831

Julie Neale Jackson died

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1841

The Jackson family gristmill was constructed at Jackson's Mill

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1842

Stonewall Jackson entered West Point

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1847

Cummins Jackson left Jackson's Mill to search for gold in CA

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1849

Cummins Jackson died in California

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1868

Catherine Jackson White purchased Jackson's Mill

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1876

Jackson's Mill was sold outside the Jackson family after the death of Catherin Jackson White

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1915

A 5-acre tract of land at Jackson's Mill was purchased by the Monongahela Power Company

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1919

A large stone monument was erected at Jackson's Mill in the memory of Stonewall Jackson

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1921

William H. "Teepi" Kendrick established and directed the first state 4-H camp in the U.S. at Jackson's Mill

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1924

The Jackson's Mill property was donated to the state of West Virginia

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1929

The McWhorter cabin was moved to Jackson's Mill

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1933

The West Virginia World's Fair exhibit was housed at Jackson's Mill

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