Gateway to the market for Southwest Virginia
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Published by Virginia"s Rural Economic Analysis Program in Blacksburg, VA .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Virginia, Southwest,
  • Virginia, Southwest.

Subjects:

  • Vegetables -- Virginia, Southwest -- Marketing.,
  • Horticultural products -- Virginia, Southwest -- Marketing.,
  • Marketing channels -- Virginia, Southwest.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLuke A. Colavito...[et al.].
SeriesPublication / Virginia Cooperative Extension ;, 448-226, Publication (Virginia Cooperative Extension) ;, 448-226.
ContributionsColavito, Luke A., Virginia"s Rural Economic Analysis Program.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9225.U53 V824 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL475884M
LC Control Number98201029

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  Located on the Clinch River in Russell and Wise counties, St. Paul served as a gateway to the Southwest Virginia coalfields. Today the town focuses on its recreational and environmental resources. Southwest Virginia Cultural Center and Marketplace is the gateway to Southwest Virginia’s rich culture and creative economy. Here you can see the work of regional artisans and musicians and find out about Southwest Virginia’s history, heritage, outdoor recreation and scenic beauty via stories and first-person narratives. The Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation and the Friends of Southwest Virginia have released their Annual Report, which includes information for each organization, as well as. Southwest Virginia was among the last parts of the state to be settled by Europeans, in a flow of migrations that consisted mainly of English, German, and Scots-Irish and Irish immigrants. A major route of migration to the region was the Great Wagon Road through the Great Appalachian present-day Roanoke there was an important fork in the wagon road, with one branch passing through.