Wednesday, August 1, 2018 – 1:30 to 3:30PM
The salt of Saltville has been important to mastodons, Native Americans, and the military from the War of 1812 to today. Its well field wetlands have plants and birds which flourish in saline waters.
Better understand the history of Saltville by touring several historic buildings. Starting at the Museum of Middle Appalachians, the group will go in a caravan to Madame Russell Methodist Church, St. Paul Episcopal, Elizabeth Cemetery, William King-Stuart Cabin, W. A. Stuart House, the Salt Park, and the paleontological dig.
Discovering Ice Age Animals of the Saltville Valley
Saltville Salt: Two Centuries of U.S. Military Importance
Hardy Roberts Memorial Wave Pool
Stoney Point Railroad
Big Tumbling Creek
Museum of Middle Appalachians
A Walk in the Well Fields