The states of Virginia and West Virginia are still that: the separate states of Virginia and West Virginia.
West Virginia is North-West of Virgina. They are adjoining states; West Virginia was once part of Virginia.
The states surrounding West Virginia are Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania.
Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia (West Virginia now,) Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois
At the time of the American revolution the territory of Virginia (the largest colony and state) included what is now west virginia and part of southern Ohio. When the state of Virginia seceded from the United States to join the Confederacy in 1861, the majority of people in the western part of the state disagreed with that decision, and effectively seceded from Virginia. West Virginia was admitted as a state in the United States on June 20, 1863.
West Virginia and Kentucky
Kentucky and West Virginia.
Directly touching the west boarders of Virginia is West Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
The entire states of West Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana were formed from Virginia. Portions of Ohio and Canada were once parts of Virginia.
Kentucky and West Virginia were originally apart of the colony of Virginia. Kentucky became a state in 1792 and West Virginia became a state in 1861.
They are 2 different states. However, West Virginia is slightly west of Virginia. (hence the name West Virginia)
Virginia and West Virginia
West Virginia is a US State and does not contain other states.
Kentucky and West Virginia
Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Delaware, and what is now West Virginia (declared a state in 1863 after seceding from Virginia when Virginia seceded from the Union)
Well, hence the name of the two states, West Virginia is west of Virginia, which makes West Virginia farther west.
West Virginia is bordered by the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Virginia split into two states (west Virginia , Virginia) Virginia become a free state while west Virginia went under union
Maryland is bordered on the south by West Virginia and Virginia.
Nevada, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.
West Virginia and Virginia
West Virginia was the 35th state admitted to the United States of America.
Maryland and Virginia both border West Virginia towards the northeast.
West Virginia was once part of Virginia. When Virginia declared secession from the United States to become part of the Confederacy, the counties in northwestern Virginia voted to secede from Virginia and remain loyal to the United States. That area of Virginia became West Virginia. West Virginia became the 35th U.S. state on June 20, 1863.