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Pocahontas County map

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Pocahontas County

Pocahontas County is the third largest county in West Virginia, with 941.6 square miles, but among the least populous, with a 2010 population of 8,719. Eight rivers have their headwaters in the county. Elevations range from slightly under 2,000 feet to several points above 4,800 feet. Located mostly within the upper Greenbrier Valley, Pocahontas County is underlain by sandstone, shale, and limestone.

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