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The Roanoke Gap proved a useful route for immigrants to settle the Carolina Piedmont region.
At Roanoke Gap, another branch of the Great Wagon Road, the Wilderness Road, continued southwest to Tennessee.
Although the grateful citizens offered to rename their town "Kimball", at his suggestion, they agreed to name it Roanoke after the river.
Kimball's interest in geology was instrumental in the development of the Pocahontas coalfields in western Virginia and West Virginia.
He pushed N&W lines through the wilds of West Virginia, north to Columbus, Ohio and Cincinnati, Ohio, and south to Durham, North Carolina, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
As the N&W brought people and jobs, the Town of Roanoke quickly became an independent city in 1884.
In fact, Roanoke became a city so quickly that it earned the nickname "Magic City".