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Geographic regions of west virginia

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  • 1. GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS OF West Virginia
    WV Studies
    8th Grade
    Mr. Cole
  • 2. Four Basic Regions
  • 3. Potomac Section
    Mostly the Eastern Panhandle
    Borders Maryland and Virginia
  • 4. Alleghany Highlands
    Highest region of the state
    Appalachian Mountains
  • 5. Alleghany Plateau
    Middle of the State
    Capital of Charleston located here
  • 6. Ohio Valley
    Furthest western region
    Ohio River location
  • 7. Topography of West Virginia
  • 8.
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  • 12. Natural Beauty of the Alleghany Highlands
  • 13. Historic Towns of the Potomac Section
  • 14. Capital Building in the Alleghany Plateau Region
  • 15. Blennerhassett Island in the Ohio River Valley
  • 16. Highest Point
    Elevation: 4,863ft. above sea level
  • 17. Spruce Knob is located in which region?
  • 18. Alleghany Highlands
  • 19. The lowest point in West Virginia?
  • 20.
  • 21. Harpers Ferry
    Elevation
    240ft above sea level
  • 22. This is our West Virginia

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