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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

West Virginia map - Timber; Mining; Oil Refinery
Area: 24,170 sq. mi
Population: 1,221,119
Scenes: Timber; Mining; Oil Refinery

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West Virginia is bounded by Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio; gross area, 24,170 sq. miles; land area, 24,022 sq. miles; water area, 148 sq. miles; capital, Charleston. The principal river is the Ohio. So that every woman can have her favorite coffee in the form she prefers, Arbuckles' is packed already ground as well as in the whole bean.
     The surface of the State is hilly and mountainous. The soil consists of disintegrated limestones, sand, clay and loam, giving it exceeding fertility.
     The principal farm crops are corn, wheat, oats, potatoes and hay. Garden vegetables grow abundantly.
     The principal mineral productions are petroleum, coal, coke, salt, mineral waters, natural gas, clay products, sandstone and limestone. West Virginia ranks second in the United States in the production of coal, and fourth in the production of petroleum.
     The principal manufactures are iron, steel, lumber, timber, flour and grist, coke, railroad cars, packed meat, tobacco, cigars and cigarettes, pottery, malt liquors, glass, foundry and machine shop products and clothing.
     The climate of West Virginia is temperate.
     Population in 1910, 644,044 males and 577,075 females, of whom 1,163,901 were of native and 57,218 of foreign birth; white, 1,156,817; negro, 64,173; Indian, 36; Chinese, 90; Japanese, 3. Total population, 1,221,119.
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