EVERY HOME A FORT, EVERY MAN A WARRIOR
                                by Michael Edward Nogay
                                        Stories of the Forts and Men
                                  in the Upper Ohio Valley During the
                                      American Revolutionary War
                                                         128 Pages
                                                   $15.00 donation

"Every Home a Fort, Every Man a Warrior," is the latest book written by local 
attorney Michael Edward Nogay.  The book includes a reference chart of troops
garrisoned at Fort Henry (Present-day Wheeling) and Holliday's Cove (Present-
day Weirton
) from 1775 through 1782.  The back cover of the book has a 
detailed map showing the locations of over 30 forts and blockhouses in Hancock,
Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall counties in West Virginia, including Washington,
Beaver, and Greene counties in Pennsylvania.  The artwork on the cover is from
a painting created by Pittsburgh Artist, John Buxton.  The book is available at the
Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center.