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About West Virginia

West Virginia is a state located in the Appalachian region of the United States. It was originally part of the state of Virginia, but broke away during the American Civil War to form its own state. The area that is now West Virginia was first inhabited by Native American tribes, including the Monacan, Shawnee, and Cherokee. The first Europeans to explore the area were the Spanish in the 16th century. The first permanent settlement was established in 1727 by the English. In the late 18th century, the area was divided into three counties: Monongalia, Ohio, and Yohogania. In 1776, the area became part of the newly formed state of Virginia. During the American Civil War, West Virginia was a major battleground. The state was divided between Union and Confederate forces, and the Union ultimately won the war. In 1863, West Virginia was officially admitted to the Union as a separate state. In the late 19th century, West Virginia experienced a period of rapid industrialization. Coal mining, timber, and oil production all became major industries in the state. This period of growth was accompanied by a wave of immigration, as people from all over the world came to West Virginia to work in the mines and factories. In the 20th century, West Virginia continued to experience economic growth. The state also became a major center for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Today, West Virginia is a diverse state with a rich history. It is home to a variety of cultures and traditions, and is known for its beautiful scenery and outdoor activities.

West Virginia Facts

  1. West Virginia is the only state in the United States that is entirely within the Appalachian Mountains.
  2. West Virginia is the only state in the United States to have acquired its statehood by seceding from a Confederate state.
  3. West Virginia is home to the world’s longest single-span arch bridge, the New River Gorge Bridge.
  4. West Virginia is the only state in the United States to have two state songs, “Take Me Home, Country Roads” and “This Land is Your Land.”
  5. West Virginia is home to the world’s largest outdoor teapot, located in Chester.
  6. West Virginia is the only state in the United States to have a state rock, the bituminous coal.
  7. West Virginia is home to the world’s largest sycamore tree, located in the town of Glenville.
  8. West Virginia is the only state in the United States to have a state flower, the Rhododendron.
  9. West Virginia is home to the world’s largest hand-dug cave, the Seneca Caverns.
  10. 1 West Virginia is the only state in the United States to have a state tree, the Sugar Maple.

Important West Virginia Webistes:

West Virginia Judiciary - Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia


Explore the entire West Virginia Court System, and the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia. Search through the Public Resources, Supreme Court, Lower Courts, Legal Community, and Court Administration sections for court related information.

Court Information by County - West Virginia Judiciary - courtswv.gov


Court Information by County - West Virginia Judiciary County Selection Find out all court information related to selected county by clicking the map or click any of the text links below the map. County Map Judicial Circuit Court Map Family Court Circuit Map

West Virginia Court Records | West VirginiaCourtRecords.us


This West Virginia Court Records website was designed to facilitate public access to non-confidential court records. It provides an overview of the state’s court system as well as its judicial structure, which includes a supreme court, circuit courts, magistrate courts, and family courts.

West Virginia Court Records - WV State Courts


West Virginia State Courts The judicial system of West Virginia has two federal district courts, as well as a number of trial courts, some of which deal with limited jurisdiction and specific subject-matter court cases. The flow of the cases dictates that many appeals from these trial courts can end up in the state’s Supreme Court of Appeals.

State of West Virginia


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Case Information - Public Service Commission of West Virginia


Case Information - Public Service Commission of West Virginia

Criminal Records - WV State Police


You can visit the L1 website at www.identogo.com call the toll free # at 855-766-7746 Can I still go to West Virginia State Police Headquarters and obtain a background check? No, you will need to schedule an appointment with IdentoGO at their website and or call the toll free number listed above.

Citizen's Guide - West Virginia Senate


Membership contact information is available on the Legislature’s Web site. Citizens can search to find their House and Senate lawmakers by name or district by using our district maps. Phone: Toll Free - 1-877-565-3447. Write: The Honorable (member’s name) West Virginia Senate/House of Delegates.

West Virginia E-Filing


West Virginia E-Filing West Home Register FAQ Sign In User ID: Password: Login Forgot your password? Click here!

West Virginia Counties:

  1. Barbour County
  2. Berkeley County
  3. Boone County
  4. Braxton County
  5. Brooke County
  6. Cabell County
  7. Calhoun County
  8. Clay County
  9. Doddridge County
  10. Fayette County
  11. Gilmer County
  12. Grant County
  13. Greenbrier County
  14. Hampshire County
  15. Hancock County
  16. Hardy County
  17. Harrison County
  18. Jackson County
  19. Jefferson County
  20. Kanawha County
  21. Lewis County
  22. Lincoln County
  23. Logan County
  24. McDowell County
  25. Marion County
  26. Marshall County
  27. Mason County
  28. Mercer County
  29. Mineral County
  30. Mingo County
  31. Monongalia County
  32. Monroe County
  33. Morgan County
  34. Nicholas County
  35. Ohio County
  36. Pendleton County
  37. Pleasants County
  38. Pocahontas County
  39. Preston County
  40. Putnam County
  41. Raleigh County
  42. Randolph County
  43. Ritchie County
  44. Roane County
  45. Summers County
  46. Taylor County
  47. Tucker County
  48. Tyler County
  49. Upshur County
  50. Wayne County
  51. Webster County
  52. Wetzel County
  53. Wirt County
  54. Wood County
  55. Wyoming County

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