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What do you know about West Virginia?

Test your knowledge of West Virginia. Take this simple quiz and find out if you've got what it takes to stand up for the 35th state to enter the union. Select an answer for each of the following ten questions and then click on the "How did I do?" button at the bottom of the page. All of the answers can be found here at NETSTATE West Virginia.

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  1) What do the two men depicted on the state seal and the state flag represent?
  a. Agriculture and mining
b.  Native Americans and European Settlers
c.  Separation of Church and State
 
2) What are the official state colors of West Virginia?
  a.  Blue and Gold
b.  Blue and Buff
c.  Red and Buff
 
3) Which of these authors was born in West Virginia?
  a.  Damon Runyon
b.  Pearl Sydenstricker Buck
c.  Anne Newport Royall
 
4) What is the highest point in West Virginia?
  a.  Backbone Mountain (3,360)
b.  Spruce Knob (4,861)
c.  Mount Greylock (3,487)
 
5) What is the motto of the state of West Virginia?
a.  By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty
b.  Hope
c.  Mountaineers always free
 
6) According to the 2000 Census, West Virginia's population ranks where compared with the other states?
a.  28th
b.  37th
c.  25th
 
7) What is the official state tree of West Virginia?
  a.  Sugar Maple (Acer saccarum)
b.  Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera)
c.  Red Maple(Acer rubrum)
 
8) West Virginia has a higher mean altitude than any state west of the Mississippi River. What is it?
  a.  1,100 feet
b.  1,500 feet
c.  600 feet
 
9) What is the capital city of West Virginia?
  a.  Wheeling
b.  Morgantown
c.  Charleston
 
10)  In what year did West Virginia become a member of the United States?
  a.  1896
b.  1831
c.  1863
 
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