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Long before West Virginia was known for its oil, gas, coal, timber or chemicals, settlers were harvesting salt from seeps along a 10-mile stretch of bottomland known as the Kanawha Salines. One family revives their 200-year-old legacy
Bettie Woodward grew up during Lewisburg’s golden age as a school town, when the two Greenbriers–Greenbrier College and Greenbrier Military School–anchored the educational and cultural life of the community.