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    West Virginia (WV) - Real Estate Resources

    West Virginia Association of REALTORS®
    2110 Kanawha Blvd. E.
    Charleston, WV 25311
    (304) 342-7600 - Fax (304) 343-5811

    West Virginia Real Estate Commission
    300 Capitol St Ste 400
    Charleston, WV 25301
    (304) 558-3555 - Fax (304) 558-6442






    West Virginia

    West Virginia entered the Union in 1863.  It was the 35th state to do so.   Today the capital is Charleston.

    West Virginia is known as the Mountain State due to Appalachian Mountains that run through the state.

    West Virginia is bordered by Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
    The largest cities are Charleston, Huntington, Parkersburg, Wheeling and Morgantown.

    The agriculture in West Virginia includes poultry, dairy products, apples and cattle.  Industries in the state include glass, stone and clay products, mining and tourism.

    Some of the state's symbols include:
    Flower is the rhododendron
    Tree is the sugar maple
    Bird is the cardinal
    Animal is the black bear

    Didja know ….?
    · Some of the stone that makes up the Washington Monument was quarried in West Virginia.
    · The last public hanging in West Virginia was in 1897.
    · Daniel Boone surveyed Charleston and left the state to move west in 1798.
    · West Virginia is known by many as the southernmost northern state and by others as the northernmost southern state.
    · In 1921 West Virginia was the first state to have a state sales tax.
    · The worlds largest sycamore tree is in West Virginia.
    · The first 4H camp in the United States was at Jackson's Mill.
    · West Virginia has had the nation's oldest governor. Cecil Underwood was born in 1922.   In 1957 he became the state's youngest governor.  In 1996 he was again elected.

    And don’t forget ... West Virginia was the place where the Hatfield and McCoys feud was fought over and over and over ....

    Don’t miss..... 

    • Pearl Buck’s 1890 birthplace is located in Hillsboro.  It is now a museum with period furnishings and some personal memorabilia and items.
    • Visit a winery in Summersville and sample some of West Virginias offerings.
    • Summersville is also the site of one of the Civil War battles. The museum has many artifacts and you can take a 2 mile walking tour around the battlefield.
    • In Weston, tour a hand blown glass company that has been in business since 1926.
    • Also in Weston is the site of Stonewall Jackson’s boyhood home.  5 acres has been dedicated to a 1700 furnished log cabin as well as another cabin built in the 1800’s and used as the museum. There is also a grist mill and buildings from the 1800’s with tools and other items used by the early settlers.
    • Throughout the state you can visit small to large shopping malls containing the handcrafted items these people have been famous for.  From lace to stoneware from quilts to furniture.

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