Who was from Virginia?
Virginia Dare, George Washington, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, Arthur Ashe, Pearl Bailey, Warren Beaty, Sandra Bullock, June Carter Cash, Henry Clay, Patsy Cline, Reverend Jerry Falwell, Ella Fitzgerald, Sam Houston, Robert E. Lee, Wayne Newton, Reverend Pat Robertson, Kate Smith and many others.
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Terry McAuliffe is the 72nd and current governor of Virginia. Hewas elected in in 2013 and assumed office January 11, 2014. He is amember of the Democratic Party. The Governor in Virginia serves afour year term. The Governor in Virginia has no limit on the numberof terms that may be served. However,… the Governor cannot serve twoconsecutive terms. (MORE)
Virginia was named after Elizabeth I of England, who was also knownas "the virgin queen" because she never married (opinions aredivided on whether or not she was actually a virgin, but officially she was). The state of Virginia is named after Queen Elizabeth I of England who was known as the Virgin… Queen because she did not take a consort. (MORE)
West Virginia and Virginia separated because of the different thoughts of Slavery. Many people disagreed about Slavery this led to the start of the civil war. So, Virginia wanted to keep slavery and West Virginia wanted to abolish it so they both separated.If you have a question or comment or need m…ore info. on VA History Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.THANKS (MORE)
During the Civil War, Virginians that lived to the west of the Allegheny Mountains were not happy with the government of Virginia. So when the Richmond government seceded, they declared themselves the legitimate government of Virginia, and authorized the division of the two states. West Virginians… formed their own government to fight for the North. Western Virginia was not happy with a multitude of things that the central Virginia government on the east side of the mountains had done. They disliked the taxes and rules being imposed upon them. Numerous politicians took advantage of the secession of Virginia from the Union to create an alternative government that ratified and approved the split, creating the new state. West Virginia's early history from 1609 until 1863 is largely shared with Virginia, of which it was a part until Virginia seceded from the Union in 1861. The delegates of the 40 western counties who opposed secession formed their own government, which was granted statehood in 1863. The growing differences between Eastern and Western Virginia in the mid 1800's contributed to WV's desire to become a separate state. Issues included: National Political Leaders, Attitudes toward Voting, Geographical influences, and attitudes towards slavery. (MORE)
Virginia colony was founded in 1607 by the English. It was foundedfor profit or to gain wealth. England also wanted to establish apermanent English settlement in Virginia to stake its claim in theNew World. The English knew that the Spaniards already had coloniesin South America and also had amassed… great wealth from theirventures in the New World. (MORE)
Virginia is 42,777 sq. miles in area making it the 35th largest state in the US.
These were the animals in Virginia. white tail deer, cottontail rabbit, gray squirrel, opossum Skunks, coyotes, beavers, chipmunks, foxes, otters, muskrats, many types of snakes, birds, other reptiles and amphibians, nutria, moles and shrews, groundhogs, flying squirrels, bears. .
Yes , to other states within the United States of America; no , to other countries. As in the case with the other 49 states in the U.S., Virginia tends to respect, and cooperate with, other states in extradition requests, as long as legal standards are satisfactorily met. Such requests tend to be m…ade over the serious, felony charges. But neither Virginia nor any one of the other 49 states will take a decisionmaking role once another country is involved. For involvement of a country other than the U.S. always falls within the scope of federal responsibilities. (MORE)
No. There are zero Disney related parks in the state of Virginia. In the early 1990s Disney was planning on building a history themedpark called Disney's America but it was cancelled.
Loudoun County; tough the 20135 zip code also covers parts ofClarke County, VA; and Jefferson County, WV.
Any criminal offense that has a minimum sentence attached to it of MORE than one year in prison.
zinnia skinnier linear I once had a boss called Virginia You think I'm quite thin? She was skinnier She drove me to drink, as the way that she thinks Is not lateral, just totally linear.
As a Colony in 1607 and as a US State in 1788. In 1607 at Jamestown.
There are a number of things that Virginia manufactures such ascoal. Virginia also manufactures the very heavily demanded tobacco.
The University of Northeast Virginia is a recognised distance learning University situated at Reston, Virginia. The University mainly into management courses campus and off campus. The courses ranges from MBA, EMBA, Post Graduate Diploma and Ph.D. programs. In year 2008 the University won the presti…gious education awards from US Commerce Dept. The University do have morethan 15 regional centres all across the globe. (MORE)
Virginia is also a state in the United States. Virginia is also awoman's name. Virginia is a state in the United States. For more information, follow the link below.
The usual date of statehood is considered to be the ratification of the US Constitution which Virginia did on June 26, 1788.
Besides being called the 'New World', the area of Virginia to Georgia was generally referred to as 'The Carolinas'.
West Virginia is North-West of Virgina. They are adjoining states; West Virginia was once part of Virginia.
Read a book. . Take a walk. . Enjoy a nap. . Listen to the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. . Visit a battlefield. . Tour Mount Vernon and Monticello. . Go bird watching. . Consider the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. . Go fishing. . Go crabbing. . Have lunch. . Williamsburg …is a must. . Attend the Chincoteague Pony Swim. . Chat with the locals. . Get an education. (MORE)
As the name implies, West Virginia was a western part of Virginia,the counties north and west of the Allegheny Mountains. The stateis due north of the "dip" in western Virginia. In 1861, the Union-supporting factions in these countiesestablished their own government, and became a state in 1863.
As the Civil War approached, Virginia was considered a border state. It had voted three times NOT to secede. After South Carolina fired on Ft. Sumter on April 12, 1861, President Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers to put down the rebellion in the South. Not wanting to be part of an invasion of the… South, Virginia had another secession vote, and this time voted to secede. Only Alexandria, just south of the Potomac River from Washington, DC, and the Western counties of Virginia, cast their votes against secession. Lincoln created a second, shadow government of Virginia (the real one was no longer part of the Union). Once there was an agreeable Union government, the western part of Virginia voted to secede from Virginia and call itself "West" Virginia. It became a new state on June 20, 1863. (MORE)
They hoped to make a profit on their investment and while there may have been political motivations like ending encroachment from Spanish Florida as well on behalf of King and Country it was and remained a business enterprise.
When Virginia voted to secede from the Union in April 1861, The more Northern and western counties decided not to secede. So, they broke away from Virginia and formed their own state of West Virginia.
On June 6, 1863, West Virginia separated from Old Virginia in theyear 1863. This was because the West Virginia region of oldVirginia largely supported the North in the war efforts. WestVirginia did not have the type of land for growing cotton andtherefore did not have the "need" for slavery.
1786 and im glad us west virginians did separate from that panzy state Virginia!(just kidding Virginia isn't bad but were better)!
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Is a separate city, not in a county. Virginia Beach was in Princess Anne County at one time.
yes there is hurricanes all over the world but it is less likely too strike Virginia because it is not as close to an ocean then other places
The state of Virginia has many interesting facts. One of these facts on history is that: Presidents Zachary Tailor, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, James Madison,Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, James Monroe, and Woodrow Wilson were all born in Virginia.
Yes it is in the south of the United States and fought for the Confederates during the civil war.
At the time of the American revolution the territory of Virginia(the largest colony and state) included what is now west virginiaand part of southern Ohio. When the state of Virginia seceded fromthe United States to join the Confederacy in 1861, the majority ofpeople in the western part of the state… disagreed with thatdecision, and effectively seceded from Virginia. West Virginia wasadmitted as a state in the United States on June 20, 1863. (MORE)
There were many patriots in Virginia. The best known were probably George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, George Mason, and James Monroe.
If you are cohabitating with your partner in the state of Virginia,does that partner own half of your property.
The Virginia Plan outlined having a two-house legislature thatwould choose a president and Supreme Court justices. The Virginiaplan was a proposal that seats in Congress be awarded on the basisof the state's population. Also known as the Large-State Plan, was the idea that opposed theNew-Jersey Pla…n in that it expressed the idea that representationfor the New Legislature should be based off of population (whichwould favor larger states) rather than have equal representationfor the states. It called For Three Branches of Government (MORE)
Yes there are many businesses there in Virginia, it is a place with homes, businesses and people just like any other place.
I like it. Weather is decent, nice scenery, lot of things to do. Ocean, mountains. nice amusement parks. Nice people for the most part, cost of living good.
No, Alexandria is definitely in Virginia. (NOT West Va.) The fact that it is called "Alexandria, Virginia," not Alexandria, West Virginia," ought to be a clue.
As thge other people said in the bottom heres it in simp-le words: when there was only one Virginia, west Virginia didnt want slavery so it split from the other part of Virginia to join the cunion to become west virgina in civil war time. the other half of Virginia joined the confedercy and is known… as just Virginia The Ruffner Pamphlet In the West, most liked the idea of liberty and independence as outlined by Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. In the East slavery was more of an economic issue rather than a moral issue. Eastern Virginians defended slavery and bitterly attacked Western emancipationists. Henry Ruffner addressed the Franklin Society of Lexington in 1847. The address ended up being one of the most significant antislavery writings of the 1830s and 1840s. While his pamphlet found little support in the Valley, settlers in the Trans-Allegheny sections of the state favored the ideas Ruffner presented. This further separated the people of Virginia. The Virginia convention of 1861 Of the 47 members of the Virginia convention that were from "West Virginia", 32 opposed withdrawal from the Union. The vote clearly showed a divide between East and West and the reality of dismemberment became clear to most delegates. There has always been a sense of turmoil in Virginia politics, between East and West. It seems the many laws being passed in Virginia originated and benefited the East. The West felt they were not being represented fairly in congress. Laws written based on the Eastern markets and infrastructure seemed to have an adverse effect on the settlements to the West. The secession of South Carolina South Carolina was the first state to secede from the Union after Lincoln's election in December of 1860. This prompted Virginia to call a special session of congress to address the rising crisis. Prominent leaders of Virginia began calling for secession. This further divided East and West because the West did not want to abandon what they thought was the best constitution ever written by some of the wisest and most patriotic of Americans. The Raid at Harpers Ferry After reading the Williams article on Brown's Raid, I think Harpers Ferry is very significant in both Virginia's secession from the Union, as well as, West Virginia's dismemberment. The raid really made everyone think about which side they were on. The Union was anti-slavery and Virginia was pro-slavery. The West liked the Union and didn't want to break away like the rest of the state. Brown's Raid while really small had had a huge impact. I think it helped unite the Confederacy and fuel the secession of Virginia. As a result of Virginia leaving the Union, the formation of West Virginia was expedited. (MORE)
These events led to the split of West Virginia from Virginia. The Ruffner Pamphlet In the West, most liked the idea of liberty and independence asoutlined by Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. In the Eastslavery was more of an economic issue rather than a moral issue.Eastern Virginans defended s…lavery and bitterly attacked Westernemancipationists. Henry Ruffner addressed the Franklin Society ofLexington in 1847. The address ended up being one of the mostsignificant antislavery writings of the 1830s and 1840s. While hispamphlet found little support in the Valley, settlers in theTrans-Allegheny sections of the state favored the ideas Ruffnerpresented. This further separated the people of Virginia. The Virginia Convention of 1861 Of the 47 members of the Virginia convention that were from "WestVirginia", 32 opposed withdrawal from the Union. The vote clearlyshowed a divide between East and West and the reality ofdismemberment became clear to most delegates. There has always beena sense of turmoil in Virginia politics, between East and West. Itseems the many laws being passed in Virginia originated andbenefited the East. The West felt they were not being representedfairly in congress. Laws written based on the Eastern markets andinfrastructure seemed to have an adverse effect on the settlementsto the West. The secession of South Carolina South Carolina was the first state to secede from the Union afterLincoln's election in December of 1860. This prompted Virginia tocall a special session of congress to address the rising crisis.Prominent leaders of Virginia began calling for secession. Thisfurther divided East and West because the West did not want toabandon what they thought was the best Constitution ever written bysome of the wisest and most patriotic of Americans. The Raid at Harper's Ferry Harper's Ferry is very significant in both Virginia's secessionfrom the Union, as well as, West Virginia's dismemberment. The raidreally made everyone think about which side they were on. The Unionwas anti-slavery and Virginia was pro-slavery. The West liked theUnion and didn't want to break away like the rest of the state.Brown's Raid while really small had had a huge impact. It helpedunite the Confederacy and fuel the secession of Virginia. As aresult of Virginia leaving the Union, the formation of WestVirginia was expedited. (MORE)
It basically just depends where you are located. You can enter West Virginia in any direction.
During the civil war, Virginia was a part of the Confederate states of America. Part of Virginia (West Virginia) remained loyal to the Union, so it broke off of Virginia and formed its own state.
West Virginia formed during the civil war,the west county was arguing with the east and then West Virginina formed.
tarantulas are alive and well you will see about 5 if you go out in the woods...... if you get bitten you need to quit being a little beach....... kennendy is so stupid.....for believing this
i dont know, i mean who knows? only god or scientists.... just go ask someone who cares, ok? like that kid who answers questions and signs her name at the bottom, melissa is her name i think, yeah. she should probably care, so go ask her, not me! hhahaah jkjk dont worry im just kidding, i care, an…d i like melissa answers (MORE)
The most common mining in Virginia is the mining of sand and aggregates (crushed stone) usually in the form of limestone or basalt. This is used in making concrete, and in asphalt paving. Virginia has an active coal mining industry in SW Virginia. There has also been mining of metals- iron, copper, …titanium, uranium and gold, as well as mining of asbestos and vermiculite. (MORE)
It is one of the original 13 states- it is also the name of a city in Nevada.
The same - Virginia - the state and the girl's name. It's the same in Spanish as in English, just pronounced differently.
There are several reasons why western Virginia wanted to secedefrom its eastern half. But, first, you have to look at thegeography of the then-joined states. Mountains split it in two. Andwith the limited technology the people of the 1860s had, it wasdifficult to cross said mountains, so communicati…ons withing thetwo halves was difficult. The western half couldn't really sendrepresentatives to the state congress. So the eastern half kind ofignored the western half. And then the economies were different,with VA having large plantations and WV having smaller familyfarms. And VA made decisions WV didn't particularly like, and WVdecided to separate. And I think that may be the jist of it. It'swhat I remember from my WV studies class from the 8th grade, atleast. (MORE)
By these three huge ships, the names of the ships are called the Susan Constant, Discovery, and the Godspeed. One of them was ruled by Caption John Smith, another one was ruled by Christopher Newport, the other one I don't know who ruled it. The special thing about Christopher Newport is that he onl…y has one arm and he still fought in the three battles. Two of the battles the Powhatan Indiana's won but the third battle there would be no more so that means the English won the third battle and all of the Indian's died. (MORE)
No. There are rural sections of the city of Va. Beach that willhave foxes, but no wolves.