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Area 548 Square Miles
Formed in 1769 from Augusta, and named for Lord Botetourt, Governor of Virginia, 1768-1770. Buchanan, in this county, was the western terminus of the noted James River and Kanawha Canal.
Conservation & Development Commission, 1928.