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S: Virginia history


1: Bordering states and large bodies of water | The Bordering states are (mustard with ketchup tastes nasty.) Maryland, West Virgina, Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina.

2: Regions

3: Cites and Rivers

4: Artifacts and archaeologists | The Native Americans made, arrow heads, pottery, clothes, traps, and huts

5: Eastern woodland native americans (werocomoco, food,shelter,& clothing.)

6: reason of going to Jamestown in 1607 was, the settlers thought there was fresh water, there was water deep enough to dock,and they could defend against Spain.

7: the three ships of Jamestown were, The Susan Constant, The Discovery, and The Godspeed.

8: Hard-ships were, | the water was bad, sickness spread, and the land was swampy.

9: Important people, John Smith, Pocahontas, and Christopher Newport.

10: The government ( charters 1-3 /1619/Virginia House Of Burgesses.

11: The capital moved from James town to Williams burg then Williams burg to Richmond

12: French & Indian War (The English went to war against the French & Indians).

13: The King taxed the settlers with the, Sugar Act, the Stamp Act, and the Townshend Act.

14: Problems in Boston(Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Sons of Liberty, & Patriots.

15: Colonists (Patriots/Sons of Liberty/Colonists/Minuteman) vs. England(Loyalists/King George 111/Lord Cornwallis).

16: Important Patriots(James A. Lafayette, George Washington, & Patrick Henry).

17: More important Patriots(Thomas Jefferson, Jack Jouett, Paul Revere, & Ben Franklin).

18: Africans | Women | The people were all divided in war. | Indians | American

19: Support on the home front was, women farming, making clothes, & taking care of the sick.

20: Battles (Lexington & Concord, Battle of Great Bridge, & Yorktown.

21: Treaty of Paris ended the war!

22: Contribution to a new nation (Mason, Jefferson, Madison, & Washington).

23: Virgians traveled south and west for better farm land.

24: There were 3 branches of government.

25: Famous Abolitionists (Tubman, Turner, & Brown).

26: Divided Nation (Differences between North & South).

27: Creation of West Virginia

28: When Lincoln was elected president in 1860, seven southern states seceded.

29: Union (President Abe Lincoln, & General Ulysses S. Grant).

30: Confederacy (David, Lee, Jackson, & Stuart).

31: Important Battles

32: Confederacy surrenders at Appomattox Court House.

33: Reconstruction (Problems in VA)

34: Reconstruction (sharecropping, & Freeman's Bureau).

35: After reconstruction (Segregation, Discrimination, & Jim Crow Laws

36: Virginia grows again!

37: Individuals making contributions in the 20th and 21st century.

38: Individuals making contributions in the 20th and 21st century.

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