What are the negative aspects of living in Richmond Virginia?
The negative aspects of living in Richmond, Virginia during the US Civil War, was one of uncertainty. The influx of government workers to Richmond must have not been a smooth transition for locals or new comers. The uncertainty surely was there as newspapers, both North and South displayed the city as a center of gravity the Union pressed on the whole war to capture.
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One way to answer this question is that climate is a part of the system than can feed nature, probide positive shelter for all living organisms as positive. As negative, this same system can tare houses into shreds in seconds, it kills nature and has no direct control, making it unique. Negative aspects are as ugly as positive effects are beautiful.
Poe's foster father, John Allan, was a successful Scottish merchant in Richmond, Virginia, who dealt in a variety of goods including tobacco, cloth, wheat, tombstones, and slaves. From 1815 until 1820 he tried to make his living in England in the same trade without as much success. His foster mother, Frances Keeling Valentine Allan, was a homemaker raising Edgar.