Texas and California are huge for a reason. There's a tale in West Virginia's unicorn horn.
State boundaries may look like a crazy jigsaw — random, or rigged, or arbitrarily straight and narrow. But there's a reason every time. And some wild stories out there.
This hour, On Point: We're having fun with history, and how the states got their shapes.Guests:
Mark Stein, author of "How the States Got Their Shapes."
This program aired on June 10, 2008.