Middleway is located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. This village was established by John Smith in 1734. In 1980, the Middleway Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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Thursday, August 28 - Sunday August 31
150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF SMITHFIELD
* Exhibits in White Church
* Tours of the Battlefield and Village
Thursday, August 28, at 7:00 PM
SMITHFIELD CROSSING BATTLE
* Talk by Historian Scott C. Patchan, at the White Church
Friday, August 29,
at 7:00 PM
THE SEARCH FOR JAMES REID
* Talk by John Bagladi
Saturday, August 30,
from 7:00 - 9:00 PM
COUNTRY DOG GENTLEMEN
* Outdoor Concert of Civil War Era Music - FREE
Commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of Smithfield Crossing Battle
Join us as we commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Smithfield Crossing!
This battle was fought from August 25 through August 29, 1864 in Jefferson and Berkley Counties in West Virginia.
Two Confederate infantry divisions lead by Lieutenant General Jubal Early crossed the Opequon Creek at Smithfield Crossing (Middleway), on August 29,1864 forcing back Wesley Merritt's Union cavalry division.
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WHITE CHURCH RESTORATION PROJECT
The Middleway Community Center/ White Church is going through a repair and remodeling process. You can contribute by paying a $10.00 annual fee for becoming an individual member of the Middleway Community Center/White Church Restoration Fund. Membership is open to anyone supporting the White Church Restoration Project. The mailing address is: White Church Restoration Fund 112 East Street Middleway, WV 25430