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The Cities and communities of Mercer County, West Virginia *
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& Facts about Mercer County, West Virginia
The county was formed on 17 March
1937. The county was formed from parts of Giles and Tazewell counties. It was
named in memory of General Hugh Mercer, a Revolutionary War general who died
at the Battle of Princeton in New Jersey.
It is considered to be the "Gateway
to Southern Hospitality and Black Gold." And is the southern-most county
in West Virginia. The county seat is Princeton which was burned to the ground
twice during the Civil war by its inhabitants to ensure no valuables would fall
into the hands of the opposing forces.
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