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The Sweet Chalybeate Springs, commonly known as the Red Sweet Springs

The Sweet Chalybeate Springs, commonly known as the Red Sweet Springs

with a synopsis of the routes by which they are reached, an account of their medicinal properties, analyses of their waters, and some cases of disease cured by their use

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Published by J.B. Lippincott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mineral waters -- Virginia,
  • Chalybeate Springs

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 5143
    ContributionsBias, C
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination24 p., [1] leaf of plates
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15392731M

    BOTETOURT SPRINGS -- These springs are off U.S. 11, on the campus of Hollins College in Roanoke. The spa, a complex of a large hotel and cottages on the main mail route from Washington, was. Author(s): Stringfellow, Thornton. Publication: Washington: Printed at the Union Office, Subject(s): Natural Springs Mineral Waters -- therapeutic use Virginia 3. The mineral springs of western Virginia: with remarks on their use, and the diseases to which they are applicable.

      The Sweet Springs, sometimes referred to as the Old Sweet Springs, are located in Monroe County in what is now West Virginia and are said to have been discovered in before other mineral waters of the area. Dr. Burke writes that Dr. Lewis who apparently owned the property at the time of the first edition of his book in had built a two. #29 Sweet Chalybeate Springs National Register of Historic Places Updated: Sweet Chalybeate Springs, also known as the Red Sweet Springs, Sweet Chalybeate Hotel and Sweet Chalybeate Springs Lodge, is a historic resort hotel complex located at Sweet Chalybeate, Alleghany County, Virginia. It dates to the s, and consists of a main.

    Virginia History & Preservation News. K likes. This page is for current news and events concerning preservation, history, archaeology, and related topics in Virginia (and sometimes beyond Virginia). book, telling all about M M this liniment, will be sent free. UHktt Blk MPB Sweet Chalybeate Springs, Natural Bridge, Red Sulphur Springs. Salt Sulphur Springs, The Alleghany Hotel at Goshen, Va„ The Intermont Hotel at Covington, Va., and other well-known Health and Pleasure Resorts. HOMES FOR SUMMER BOARDERS.


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The Sweet Chalybeate Springs: commonly known as the Red Sweet Springs: with a synopsis of the routes by which they are reached, an account of their medicinal properties, the analyses of their waters, and some cases of disease cured by their use.

Sweet Chalybeate Springs, formerly known as the Red Sweet Springs: a synopsis of the routes by which they are reached, an account of their medicinal properties, analyses of their waters, and some cases of disease cured by their use.

The Sweet Chalybeate Springs commonly known as the Red Sweet Springs: with a synopsis of the routes by which they are reached, an account of their medicinal properties, the analyses of their waters, and some cases of disease cured by their use /. Only a mile from the Sweet Springs, the Red Sweet Springs in Alleghany County, Virginia, according to Dr.

Burke’s book, The Mineral Springs of Western Virginia, had a beautiful situation “overlooking one of the most fertile and best cultivated farms in Virginia” and was owned by Richard Sampson and his son John. Burke had spent most of a summer at this establishment, also known as the Red Springs.

Sweet Chalybeate Springs, also known as the Red Sweet Springs, Sweet Chalybeate Hotel and Sweet Chalybeate Springs Lodge, is a historic resort hotel complex located at Sweet Chalybeate, Alleghany County, dates to the s, and consists of a main building, guest ranges, and cottages all fronted with two-level porches.

Sweet Chalybeate Springs. HESE well-known and popular Springs are situated in a lovely valley, ensconced in the backbone of the Alleghany Mountains at an elevation of feet, in the midst of Location, the "Springs Region" of Virginia, celebrated for its beauty of scenery, salubriou- climate, rich agricultural and grazing lands and health.

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by C Bias (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Only a mile from the Sweet Springs, the Red Sweet Springs in Alleghany County, Virginia, according to Dr. Burke’s book, The Mineral Springs of Western Virginia, had a beautiful situation “overlooking one of the most fertile and best cultivated farms in Virginia” and was owned by Richard Sampson and his son John.

Burke had spent most of a summer at this establishment, also known as the Red. William Burke on the Sweet Springs. The Sweet Springs, sometimes referred to as the Old Sweet Springs, are located in Monroe County in what is now West Virginia and are said to have been discovered in before other mineral waters of the area.

Burke writes that Dr. Lewis who apparently owned the property at the time of the first edition of his book in had built a two story. Author(s): Kinnirey,Thomas Title(s): Sweet Chalybeate Springs, formerly known as the Red Sweet Springs: a synopsis of the routes by which they are reached, an account of their medicinal properties, analyses of their waters, and some cases of disease cured by their use/ Thomas Kinnirey, proprietor.

As early as the s, people would come to the Sweet Chalybeate Mineral Springs to soak in the legendary healing waters. The Sweet Chalybeate Hotel and Sweet Chalybeate Springs Lodge accommodated the visitors.

Built in the s, it was constructed around naturally flowing springs that stemmed from the base of a small bluff. One resort located in the Allegheny Mountains was known as Sweet Chalybeate Springs.

Like the medicinal spring waters, we draw from the source that feeds this rich heritage of traditional music. the band. Dan Dunlap Guitar, Dobro, vocals. Anne Elise Thomas Fiddle, banjo, qanun, Vocals.

Greg Bump bass. kaela dunlap woodwinds, Vocals. Sweet Chalybeate Springs, also known as the Red Sweet Springs, Sweet Chalybeate Hotel and Sweet Chalybeate Springs Lodge, is a historic resort hotel complex located at Sweet Chalybeate, Alleghany County, Virginia.

It dates to the s, and consists of a main building, guest ranges, and cottages all fronted with two-level porches. Furthermore, the Green Man tavern (renamed Wells tavern in ), a Chapel called Sion Chapel and gardens and bowling green were established.

On the site of the Pump Room is a new red-brick house called Wellside, built inaccording was established.

A number of medical experts gave evidence towards the springs’ efficacy. Sweet Chalybeate Springs, Spring House, State RouteSweet Chalybeate, Alleghany County, VA No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted.

Book/Printed Material Performance of a skewed semi-integral bridge: volume 1: field monitoring. Name. The word "chalybeate" is derived from the Latin word for steel, chalybs, which follows from the Greek word χάλυψ álups is the singular form of Khálubes or Chalybes, who were mythical people living on Mount Ida in north Asia Minor who had invented iron working.

Ferruginous (/ f ə ˈ r uː dʒ ɪ n ə s /) comes from the Latin word ferreus meaning "made of iron", which.

Red Sweet Springs, later called Sweet Chalybeate Springs, dates back to and was a smallish resort that tended to handle the overflow from the nearby White Sulfur Springs and Old Sweet Springs.

The waters were characterized as “the strongest carbonated mineral water in America and a certain cure for sterility.”.Sweet Chalybeate is an unincorporated community in Alleghany County, Virginia, United is located directly across the state-line from Sweet Springs, West is serviced by Virginia State Route Sweet Chalybeate Springs was added to the .