Upgrade to remove ads
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 9
Terms in this set (26)
After the Civil War and Reconstruction, Virginia's ________ grew with people, businesses, and factories.
What was a key to the expansion of business, agriculture, and industry? They facilitated the growth of small towns into cities.
What was discovered in Tazewell County after the Civil War?
As Virginia began to grow, the need for better what increased?
After the Civil War, what began to grow and contribute to Virginia's economy?
___________ farming and the manufacture of _________ products became important Virginia industries.
During the 20th and 21st centuries, Virginia changed from a __________, agricultural society to a more ________, industrialized society.
After Reconstruction, Virginia cities began to what?
1. Old systems of farming were no longer effective.
2. Crop prices were low.
Give two reasons why agriculture began to change in Virginia during the early 20th century.
1. People moved from rural to urban areas for economic opportunities.
2. Technological developments in transportation (roads, railroads, streetcars) helped cities grow.
3. Coal mining spurred the growth of Virginia towns and cities.
Give 3 reasons for what caused Virginia cities to grow.
states and countries
People have moved to Virginia from many other __________ and _________.
During the 20th century, Northern Virginia experienced growth due to an increase in the number of __________ ___________ jobs located in the region.
In the late 20th century and early 21st century, both Northern Virginia and the Coastal Plain (Tidewater) region have grown due to what technology?
George C. Marshall
Which two famous Virginians were important national and international leaders?
Which famous Virginian wrote a plan for world peace and served as a president of the United States in the 20th century?
George C. Marshall
Which famous Virginian was a military leader who created an economic plan to ensure world peace?
After World War II, African Americans demanded ________ _______ and the recognition of their rights as American citizens.
The Civil Rights Movement
Laws were passed that made racial discrimination illegal as a result of what?
What is the abolishment of racial segregation?
What is the full equality of people of all races in the use of public facilities and services?
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1954 (Brown vs. Board of Education) that "separate but equal" public schools were what?
All public schools, including those in Virginia were ordered to do what?
Virginia's government established a policy which fought to "resist" the integration of public schools. What was this policy called?
Some schools were _________ to avoid integration.
The policy of Massive Resistance failed, and Virginia's public schools were finally _____________.
Harry F. Byrd, Sr
Who led the Massive Resistance Movement against the desegregation of public schools?
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 1
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 2
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 3
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 4
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Hungry 4 History Trivia - Level 9
Page 7 Review - 20th Century VA
20th and 21st Century Virginia
VA Studies VS9
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 7
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 10
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 8
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpoint 6