The Lost Village of Barboursville
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You may find The Lost Village in these fine local establishments:
The Parlor Gift Shop
Barboursville Convention & Visitors Bureau
701 Main Street, Barboursville WV 25504 
(corner of Main & Central)
Open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

The Red Caboose Regional Artisan Center
210 11th Street - Heritage Village
Huntington, WV 25701

Empire Books & News - Pullman Square
Huntington, WV 25701

Drug Emporium (Distributed through the West Virginia Book Company)
3 Mall Road
Barboursville, WV 25504

Gimme 5 Cafe at HIMG Regional Medical Center
5170 Rt. 60 East
Huntington, WV 25705


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Here's what folks are saying about 
The Lost Village of  Barboursville:

 “Fascinating, enjoyable writing” – Sara Ball Campbell

“This is the most complete and comprehensive information on our little village I have seen. Job well done.” – Cherry Lewis

If you're into local history, you should read The Lost Village of Barboursville. Really fascinating stuff. - Justin McElroy

The Lost Village Of Barboursville, is a wonderful book of a very historical town. Researched without peer. An in-depth look at a place anyone would love to live. The book has such an intimate voice and welcomes all readers, no matter where you're from.  - Beau Smith

“What a tremendous endeavor and achievement! I hope people in the state realize the importance of this accomplishment.” 
– Frances B. Gunter, author of Barboursville (1986)

"What a fantastic achievement! Congratulations on the publication of this work, which will benefit researchers for years to come...congratulations again on the completion and publication of this landmark study of Barboursville." 
- Joseph N. Geiger, Jr., Director of WV Archives and History

"This is a fantastic book, information is so accurate… I would encourage anyone to read this account of the building and establishment of Barboursville, especially those that have a connection to the Village of Barboursville, WV”
 – Connie Thornburg McLaughlin