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West Virginia communities are often defined by rivers and their valleys. Rivers and streams tie communities together and provide the paths of least resistance along which commerce travels. Rivers also accommodate some of the state's principal forms of recreation -- fishing, boating, and swimming.
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Dana M Gray
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West Virginia communities are often defined by rivers and their valleys.  Rivers and streams tie communities together and provide the paths of least resistance along which commerce travels. Rivers also accommodate some of the state's principal forms of recreation -- fishing, boating, and swimming.