West Virginia

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The State Capital of West Virginia is ...
Huntington
Morgantown
Charleston
Wheeling
The population of West Virginia is ...
2,822,000  
4,822,000
1,822,000
3,822,000
Bordering states are?
Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia
Kentucky, Iowa, Oregon, Arizona, and Virginia
California, Ohio, Kansas, Maryland, and Virginia
Kentucky, Alaska, Pennsylvania, Maine, and Virginia
The state name originated from?
Texas, because the State was originally a part of it
Utah, because the State was originally a part of it
Virginia, because the State was originally a part of it
Vermont, because the State was originally a part of it
This state entered the union as the __ state?
32nd
33rd
34th
35th
A geographic landmark of West Virginia is?
The Sierra Nevada Mountains
The Rocky Mountains
The Allegheny Mountains
The Blue Ridge Mountains
A significant historic event was?
Separated from Virginia, when Virginia joined the Confederacy
Separated from Vermont, when Vermont joined the Confederacy
Separated from Wyoming, when Wyoming joined the Confederacy
Separated from Michigan, when Michigan joined the Confederacy
The state nickname is?
The Valley State
The Hill State
The Mountain State
The Lake State
The state entered the union on which date?
May 20, 1863
July 20, 1863
June 20, 1863
April 20, 1863
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital is named after Charles Clendenin, a shopkeeper
State Capital is named after Charles Clendenin, a scientist
State Capital is named after Charles Clendenin, a Revolutionary War soldier
State Capital is named after Charles Clendenin, an explorer
 
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