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That consumer database is also a recently updated postal and phone database. Clockwise: the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH), Fourth Avenue, the downtown skyline as seen from across the Ohio River, Harris Riverfront Park, and the Huntington Welcome Center at Heritage Station. It is home to the Port of Huntington Tri-State, the busiest inland port in the United States.
You can specify that all records queried from that database must have opt-in email addresses. (2) Activate your Account by Funding it on the Purchase Page. The consumer database on this page averages about 288 million records and 100% of the full records have full opt-in email data criteria with 23 basic columns of demographics per data record.Furthermore over 70 additional categories of "Interests" can be queried and downloaded based upon the type of website that the data recorded opted into.The largest employers are Marshall University, Cabell Huntington Hospital, St. Huntington is in the southwestern corner of West Virginia, on the border with Ohio, on the southern bank of the Ohio River, at the confluence with the Guyandotte River.The city lies within the ecoregion of the Western Allegheny Plateau.The C&O purchased the area in 1870, and by 1873 when the railroad connected Richmond to the Ohio, it had undergone a transition from a sleepy agricultural region with the nearby subscription Academy into a growing rail center poised to act as a spring board for a railroad to penetrate and connect the midwest with the eastern seaboard.
The town of Guyandotte was officially absorbed in 1891.
The area of greater Huntington, although situated in a Southern state, was originally settled as early as 1609 and was long considered a western city in what was then the Colony of Virginia since the first permanent settlements were founded in 1775 Historically, the old Federal Era town of Guyandotte (now a neighborhood absorbed into Huntington proper) was first built upon in 1609 by French setters of the Ohio Valley, and has homes dating back to 1820 and a graveyard containing 18th-century French and Colonial-era settlers, including surnames such as Le Tulle, Holderby, and Buffington.
A farmer James Holderby (1782–1855) purchased the lands in 1821 upon which much of Huntington now stands which is why the area was known as Holderby's Landing prior to 1870-71 when it was incorporated and renamed; Holderby's estate included the lands gifted in 1837 to found what is now Marshall University.
The first identifiable permanent settlement, Holderby's Landing, was founded in 1775 in the Colony of Virginia although the site had been sparsely settled by the French as early as 1609.
With the exception of the neighborhoods of Westmoreland and Spring Valley, most of the city is in Cabell County.
The city is the home of Marshall University as well as the Huntington Museum of Art; the Big Sandy Superstore Arena; the U. Army Corps of Engineers (Huntington District); the Collis P.