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Here are major sources for information on this site.

  • John Bowman (2009) Wheeling - The Birthplace of the American Steamboat. Self published in cooperation with Wheeling National Heritage Corporation.
  • William A. Carney Jr and Brent Carney (2003) Images of America - Wheeling. Arcadia Publishing Company. pp 127.
  • Chicago Map Co. (1870) Bird's Eye View of the City of Wheeling. Library of Congress.
  • Gibson Lamb Cranmer (1902) History of Wheeling City and Ohio County, West Virginia and Representative Citizens. Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, pp 853. Reprinted 1994 by Closson Press.
  • B. Fluty (no date) Centre Market Square National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form.
  • Tom Dunham (2003) Wheeling in the 20th Century. 1st Books Library, pp 123.
  • Intelligencer (1999) Ohio Valley Memories
  • Paul D. Marshall (1988) North Wheeling Historic District. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form
  • Mrs. J. Meier and four others (1969) Wheeling Bicentennial 1769-1969.
  • Charles J. Milton (1943) Landmarks of Old Wheeling and Surrounding Country. (printed for Stone & Thomas).
  • J.H. Newton, G.G. Nickols and A.G. Sprankle (1879) History of the Pan Handle West Virginia. (Closson Press reprint, 1999)
  • Stuart Pavilack and Beverly Fluty (1990) A Walking Tour of Historic Wheeling. Wheeling Historic Landmarks Commission. pp 36 with map.
  • Tricia T. Pyne (2000) Faith in the Mountains: A History of the Diocese of Wheeling - Charleston 1850-2000. Editions du Signe, France.
  • Diane Rhodes (compiler) (1999?) Week's Review of Society, Wheeling News-Register 1921. Ohio Public Library.
  • Robert W. Schramm (2006) Wheeling Island - A Photographic History. Creative Impressions, Wheeling, pp 117.
  • Henry Dickerson Scott (1929) Iron and Steel in Wheeling. Caslon Co., Toledo.
  • Ben Stout III, Bob Scatterday, and Hope Childers (2006) A Proposal for Incorporating the Former Wheeling Terminal Railway into the Wheeling Heritage Trail “Network”. Wheeling Jesuit University.