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'This is Seneca Rocks in the background with Middle rock which fell some years back. Leonard and Phebe Hinkle Harper lived in this home for 4 years.  They were married in 1816.'
Seneca Rock, one of the state attractions on U.S. Route 33, at Mouth of Seneca.  Monongahela National Forest, U.S. Forest Service.
'A typical West Virginia farm scene with majestic Seneca Rocks in the background. Located on U.S. Route No. 33 in Pendleton County.'
A view of Seneca Rocks in Pendleton County, West Virginia.
A view of Seneca Rocks in Pendleton County, West Virginia.
'A towering castle of quartzite, Seneca Rocks rise majestically above the meadows of Pendleton County.'
'The old Harper home was built before 1818.'
'A typical West Virginia farm scene with majestic Seneca Rock in the back-ground.  Located on U.S. Route No. 33 in Pendleton County.  Emmett Carmichael, Agent, Wellsburg, W.Va.'
Color photograph
Written on the back of this photo is "Wayside Inn".
800 foot high cathedral-shaped mass of rock.
Seneca Rocks in Smoke Hole, Pendleton County is an extension of the Monongahela National Forest
This image is part of the Thompson Family of Canaan Valley Collection. The Thompson family played a large role in the timber industry of Tucker County during the 1800s, and later prospered in the region as farmers, business owners, and prominent members of the Canaan Valley community.
A group of soldiers are trained in mountain climbing at Seneca Rocks during WWII.The back of the photo reads:"Some of Uncle Sam's soldiers will be able to vie with the best of the Swiss mountain climbers. A new phase of strenuous ground training for combat units really gives our fighting men something to sweat about. High up in West Virginia's mountains, men of the U.S. Army get a short tough course on how to overcome obstacles no matter how high. When the men complete the short period of training they're tops in their field. Under the best tutors and instructors in the art of scaling walls of sheer rock, they learn all there is to know about cliffs and mountains- except yodeling.PHOTO SHOWS: The going gets tougher and tougher the higher they get. Here a group of soldiers leave the thicket to begin the hard climb over sheer rock to reach the peak of Seneca Rock."
A view of the North Fork South Branch Potomac River at the spot Seneca Creek empties into it at the base of Seneca Rocks. In the foreground a man sits in a canoe.
Elevation 2500 ft.
Text reads, "Seneca Rocks, Pendleton Co., W. Va. 900 ft. high"
Wildcat Rock is located on Routes 4 and 28.