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Aug 31, 2022

[Answer] Which state was originally a county of Virginia?

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...1. Delaware 2. Kentucky 3. Tennessee 4. Maryland




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Kentucky - The great state of Kentucky was once just a great county of Virginia. Early colonial settlers (one of the most famous being Daniel Boone) began founding villages west of the Appalachians in what became known as Kentucky around 1775. As Kentucky expanded, Virginia claimed the region as part of its territory, making Kentucky a county in 1776. The American Revolution saw even more settlers enter the region, and Kentucky became the western theater of the war, serving as the scene for one of the war’s final battles: the Battle of Blue Licks. The residents of Kentucky petitioned for separation from Virginia, and in 1792, Kentucky became the 15th state to enter the Union and the first state west of the Appalachian Mountains.:


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