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    Virginia Resources and Information

    Virginia was the 10th state in the US, becoming a state on June 25, 1788. The capital is Richmond and the largest city is Virginia Beach. Virginia is the 35th biggest state with 42,769 square miles. Virginia is the 12th most populous state with a population of 7,078,515, as of the 2000 census. Major industries are farming, tourism, US Navy warships, mining, lumber and government workers. Virginia is the birthplace of 8 former Presidents, including George Washington in Westmoreland County on February 22, 1732 and Thomas Jefferson in Shadwell on April 13, 1743. If you are planning a move to Virginia, the information on the following websites will be helpful for tips and advice on living in Virginia.

    The State of Virginia Official Site
    The University of Virginia
    Virginia Department of Transportation
    Virginia Motor Vehicle Division
    Auto Moving to Virginia
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    Virginia Information

    Virginia State Of The South-central United States. It Is Bordered By The Atlantic Ocean (E), North Carolina And Tennessee (S), Kentucky And West Virginia (W), And Maryland And The District Of Columbia (N And NE).

    Virginia Economy

    Virginia Has An Economy That Is Highly Diversified. Agriculture, Once Its Mainstay, Now Follows Other Sectors In Employment And Income Generation. Tobacco, Virginia's Traditional Staple, Is Still The Leading Crop, And Grains, Corn, Soybeans, Peanuts, Sweet Potatoes, Cotton, And Apples (especially In The Shenandoah Valley) Are All Important. Wine Production Is Also Important; But The Major Sources Of Agricultural Income Are Now Poultry, Dairy Goods, And Cattle, Raised Especially In The Valley Of Virginia. The Coastal Fisheries Are Large, Bringing In Especially Shellfish—largely Oysters And Crabs. Coal Is Virginia's Chief Mineral; Stone, Cement, Sand, And Gravel Are Also Important. Roanoke Is A Center For The Rail Transport Equipment Industry, And A High Proportion Of The Nation's Shipyards Are Concentrated At Hampton Roads, Especially In Newport News. Norfolk Is A Major U.S. Naval Base, And Portsmouth Is A U.S. Naval Shipyard; Hampton Is A Center For Aeronautical Research. N Virginia Has Become The Home Of One Of The Largest Concentrations Of Computer Communications Firms In The U.S. Other Leading Industries Include Tourism And The Manufacture Of Chemicals, Electrical Equipment, And Food, Textile, And Paper Products. Tens Of Thousands Of Virginians Work In Government, Especially In The District Of Columbia Or In Nearby “Beltway” Suburbs Like Reston And Langley.
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