FC: Virginia History Created by Henry
1: primary vs secondary sources | Primary speeches,artifacts,music,interviews | Secondary newspaper,articles,books and atlas
2: Bordering states and large bodies of water | bordering states Maryland,West Virgina,Kentucky,Tennessee and North Carolina Large bodies of water Atlantic ocean and Chesapeake bay
3: 5 Regions Appalachian Plateau,Vally and Ridge,Blue Ridge Mountains,Piedmont,Coastal Plain[Tidewater]
4: Cities & Rivers Alexandria on the Potomac,Fredericksburg on the Rappahannock,Yorktown on the York,Richmond on the James,Jamestown on the James
5: Artifacts & Archaeologists | Examples arrowheads,pottery and old fencing | definitions archaeologists are people that dig up ancient artifacts
6: Eastern Woodlands Indians | food corn,beans,squash and deer | werowocomoo the Indian trade center | clothing animal skin | shelter natural resources
7: Virginia Indian Tribes | Tribes Chickahominy Upper Mattaponi Eastern Chickahominy Rappahannock Mattaponi Nansemond Pamunkey Monacan Cherokee Powhatan. | Languages Algonquian,Siouan and Iroquoian. | regions Tidewater,Piedmont and Appalachian Plateau
8: Reasons for picking Jamestown in 1607 | Increased England's wealth and power. | Defense against enemies from both land and sea,deep harbor,thought there was a good supply of fresh,clean,drinking water.
9: Hardships at Jamestown | Disease,Native Americans,Difficult to find clean water & Starvation.
10: Important people at Jamestown | Christopher Newport,Captain John Smith,John Rolfe,Pocahontas & Chief Powhatan
11: Government | Charters 1619,The first from of government in Virginia Virginia House of Burgesses
12: Capital Move | Jamestown/Williamsburg/Richmond
13: French & Indian war | Made colonist pay 130,000,000 for the war.
14: Taxes | Sugar act,Stamp act,Townshed act And Intolabrel act
15: Problems in Boston | When the Boston Massacre happend the Sons of Liberty and patriots had the Boston tea party
16: Colonist vs England | Patriots,Sons of Liberty,Colonist and Minute men vs Loyalist,king George the third and Lord Cornwallis
17: Important Patriots | James A Lafayette,George Washington and Patrick Henry
18: Important Patriots | Thomas Jefferson,Jack Jouett,Paul Revere & Ben Franklin
19: Divided in war | African slaves and American Indians were divided in war
20: Support on the home front | Women farming,making cloths,& caring for the sick
21: Battles | The battle of Lexington and Concord,Great Bridge,Saratoga and Yorktown
22: Treaty of Paris ended the American Revolution  and the French and Indian war 
23: Contributions to the New Nation | Mason,Jefferson,Madison & Washington
24: Virginians travels south and west for better farm land | Tobacco drained nutrients
25: Branches of VA government | Legislative,Executive and Judicial
26: Famous Abolitionist | Harriet Tubman | John Brown | Nat Turner
27: Divided in the nation | The south believed in agriculture | The north industrialized and used machines
28: Creation of West Virginia | Western VA wanted slavery away
29: General Ulysses S Grant | president Abraham Lincoln | Union
30: Confederacy | Robert E. lee,Jefferson Davis,Stonewall Jackson and J.E.B Stuart
31: Battles | Gettysburg,Chickamauga,Antietam,wilderness,Second Manassas,Stone's River,Shiloh,Fort Sumter,Vicksburg and Seven Days.
32: Important Battles | Beware (Bull run) My (Monitor vs Merrimack) Foot(Fredericksburg) Can(Chancellorsville) Punt(Petersburg) Red(Richmond) Apples(Appomattox Courthouse)
33: CSA surrenders at Appomattox Courthouse | General Robert E. Lee surrenders to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse.
34: Reconstruction | Farmland and banks are destroyed In the south
35: Reconstruction | Freedmans bueru and sharecropping helped people in the south
36: After Reconstruction | After reconstruction blacks were treated unfair with segragation,discrimination and Jim Crow laws
37: VA's economy begins to grow again | Virginia's economy begins to grow again with railroads,Tazewell county(coal) and tobacco farming
38: Civil rights movement | Thomas Woodrow Wilson and George C Marshall made plans for world peace
39: Civil rights movement | Maggie Lena Walker,Harry F. Byrd Jr.,Arthur Ashe,Douglas Wilder,Oliver Hill,Linwood Holten
40: Rural: life in the country/open farm lands Urban: life in the city Old systems of farming were no longer effective and crop prices were low. People moved from rural to urban areas and formed many other states for economic opportunities. | 20th and 21st Century Virginia