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This appropriately named town began in a level bend of the Little Kanawha River. The commercial section still occupies the glen, but the courthouse, college, and many residences are on the surrounding hills. In 2000, the town's population was 1,544.

Writing Credits

S. Allen Chambers Jr.

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