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Greenbrier County, is a county located in the State of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 35,480. Its county seat is Lewisburg. The county was formed in 1778 from Botetourt and Montgomery counties in Virginia.
- also known as Greenbrier County, West Virginia
- founded in (234 years ago)
- part of West Virginia, United States of America
- capital: Lewisburg
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A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia by Alton Hornsby Jr.
In 1921, the state enacted an anti lynching law, which was upheld by the state Supreme Court and used to convict several members of a white mob that lynched two blacks accused of murder in Greenbrier County in 1931. The era of reform also saw the entrance of African Americans into the state political arena. Christopher Payne of Fayette County became the first black elected ...
by George Thomas Landmann
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by John Gunn
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Greenbrier County Courthouse Cupola
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