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State of West Virginia
Official State Seal

Population:
1,468,814

Under 18:
387,381

Over 65:
280,666

Employed:
927,285

Land in SM:
24,077.73

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
3,668,584

Births:
20,836

Deaths:
20,780

Infant Deaths:
81

Property Crime:
46,607

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History of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia | eHow.com

Harper's Ferry is a historic town located roughly 70 miles up the Potomac River from Washington, DC. The town was never large. Even today, fewer than 400 people ...
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History of Blenko Glass | eHow.com

Well-known crackle glass companies in the West Virginia were Bischoff, Blenko, Kanawha, Pilgrim and Rainbow. ... West Virginia is a state rich in history and culture.
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West Virginia Middle Schools | eHow.com

All 8th grade students in this state take at least one semester of West Virginia history, often paired with a civics class. Related Searches. References.
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History of Crackle Glass | eHow.com

Well-known crackle glass companies in the West Virginia were Bischoff, Blenko, Kanawha, Pilgrim and Rainbow. The five popular companies produced items including ...
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History of the Oldest Covered Bridges in West Virginia | eHow.com

West Virginia has 17 historic covered bridges still in existence, built from 1852 to 1908. Their picturesque covers were designed to preserve wooden bridges ...
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