Pulaski

Pulaski (pəlăsˈkē) [key], town (1990 pop. 9,985), seat of Pulaski co., SW Va.; inc. 1886. It has industries that manufacture textiles, clothing, machinery, metal products, furniture, and trucks. Agricultural products include corn, alfalfa, livestock, and dairy cattle.

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