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Virginia – the Old Dominion

   
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Virginia Printables
 

Virginia Printable Blank Map

Virginia Color-me State Quarter

Virginia Printable Blank Flag

Virginia Printable Fact Sheet

Virginia Printable Scavenger Hunt

Southern States: Label me Map

Appalachian Range and its Sub Ranges

The Many Names for the Appalachian Mountains

13 Colonies Geography Map

Imagine: Shenandoah National Park

The Story of Wilmer McLean

 
Virginia Online Extras
 

Cardinal - wherethebirdsare.com

Virginia State Bird: Cardinal

 

Virginia Word Search

Virginia Jigsaw

The Southern States

Virginia State Bird: Cardinal

Virginia Interactive Scavenger Hunt

 
Top Five Facts
 

1. ) Jamestown, Virginia was founded in 1607, making it the first permanent English colony in the New World.

2. ) The College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, is the second-oldest college is America.

3. ) Richmond, Virginia was the capital of the Confederacy in the American Civil War.

4. ) Four of the first five presidents were born in Virginia, and eight total U.S. presidents were born in the state.

5. ) The British surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in 1781, marked the virtual end of the Revolutionary War and established the United States as an independent nation.

 
Virginia in History
 
Jamestown, America's first permanent colony
 
Guilford Courthouse Regimental Flag
 

Jamestown Colony

House of Burgesses

American Revolution

Siege at Yorktown

Nat Turner Rebellion

John Brown Rebellion

Secession

Confederacy in the Civil War

American Civil War

Battle of Bull Run I

Peninsula Campaign

Battle of Winchester

Battle of Harper’s Ferry

Battle of Bull Run II

Battle of the Ironclads

Battle of Fredericksburg

Battle of Chancellorsville

Grant’s Overland Campaign

Siege at Petersburg

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Surrender at Appomattox Courthouse

 

Learn all about Colonial Life in Williamsburg, Virginia

 
 

Life in Colonial Williamsburg

 

How does Virginia’s history compare to other states? Click below to try State History Rater

 
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People of Virginia
 

Mother of Presidents

 
Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe
William Henry Harrison John Tyler Zachary Taylor Woodrow Wilson
       
 

John Smith

John Rolfe

Pocahontas

Powhatan Nation

Martha Washington

Patrick Henry

George Mason

Cyrus McCormick

Robert E. Lee

Stonewall Jackson

Jeb Stuart

Joseph Johnston

A.P. Hill

Belle Boyd

Booker T. Washington

 
Virginia in Detail
 
Virginia State Capitol
 
Virginia State Capitol Building at Richmond
 

The Nussbaum Family in the Shenandoah Valley

Richmond

Virginia Beach

Appalachian Mountains

Shenandoah National Park

Jamestown and Yorktown

Appomattox Courthouse

 
Selected Virginia Video – Shenandoah National Park