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´╗┐Social Studies Review Fourth Grade Virginia Studies

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1. The James River, York River, Potomac River, and Rappahannock River all stream downhill into the - Eastern Shore landmass Chesapeake Bay terrain

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1. The James River, York River, Potomac River, and Rappahannock River all stream downhill into the - Eastern Shore promontory Chesapeake Bay terrain

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2. Utilizing the guide, which water highlight beneath outskirts Virginia on the east? F. James River G. Atlantic Ocean H. Potomac River J. Eastern Shore

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2. Utilizing the guide, which water highlight beneath outskirts Virginia on the east? F. James River G. Atlantic Ocean H. Potomac River J. Eastern Shore

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Many early Virginia urban areas created along the - Fall Line Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Ocean Eastern Shore

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Many early Virginia urban areas created along the - Fall Line Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Ocean Eastern Shore

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The capital of Virginia is situated on which of the accompanying waterways? F. James G. York H. Potomac J. Rappahannock

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The capital of Virginia is situated on which of the accompanying waterways? F. James G. York H. Potomac J. Rappahannock

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Which of the accompanying water highlights gave a sheltered harbor, and also, a wellspring of sustenance and transportation? Atlantic Ocean James River Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore

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Which of the accompanying water highlights gave a protected harbor, and in addition, a wellspring of nourishment and transportation? Atlantic Ocean James River Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore

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Which stream was a wellspring of nourishment and gave a pathway to investigation and settlement of Fredericksburg, Virginia? F. Rappahannock River G. James River H. York River J. Potomac River

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Which waterway was a wellspring of sustenance and gave a pathway to investigation and settlement of Fredericksburg, Virginia? F. Rappahannock River G. James River H. York River J. Potomac River

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The Atlantic Ocean was critical to the early history of Virginia basically in light of the fact that - It gave a pathway to investigation of Virginia's territory. It gave an immediate course to the boats to get to the Potomac River. It gave a protected harbor to the English boats to stay their boats. It gave transportation interfaces amongst Virginia and England.

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The Atlantic Ocean was critical to the early history of Virginia for the most part on the grounds that - It gave a pathway to investigation of Virginia's territory. It gave an immediate course to the boats to get to the Potomac River. It gave a sheltered harbor to the English boats to stay their boats. It gave transportation connects amongst Virginia and England.

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Why are there so couple of urban areas along the Chesapeake Bay? F. It is too bumpy. G. The waterways run too quick. H. It is secured with an excessive number of woods. J. It is secured with wetlands.

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Why are there so couple of urban areas along the Chesapeake Bay? F. It is too uneven. G. The streams run too quick. H. It is secured with an excessive number of woods. J. It is secured with wetlands.

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What sort of landform is the Eastern Shore? island mainland level landmass

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What sort of landform is the Eastern Shore? island mainland level landmass

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Which of the accompanying streams courses through Alexandria on its way to the drift? F. York G. Potomac H. James J. Rappahannock

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Which of the accompanying streams courses through Alexandria on its way to the drift? F. York G. Potomac H. James J. Rappahannock

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Which of these significant waterways lies uttermost south? James York Potomac Rappahannock

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Which of these significant streams lies farthest south? James York Potomac Rappahannock

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most of the waterways in Virginia stream - F. from north to south G. from south to north H. from east to west J. from west to north

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most of the streams in Virginia stream - F. from north to south G. from south to north H. from east to west J. from west to north

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A money trim - is utilized by the producer is sold for cash is traded for garments or different products is exchanged to England for provisions

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A money edit - is utilized by the cultivator is sold for cash is traded for garments or different merchandise is exchanged to England for provisions

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The achievement of tobacco as a money trim - F. was normal by the King G. brought the relationship between the pioneers and the Native Americans nearer H. was astonishing to the greater part of the English pilgrims J. empowered bondage

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The achievement of tobacco as a money trim - F. was normal by the King G. brought the relationship between the pilgrims and the Native Americans nearer H. was astonishing to the greater part of the English pioneers J. empowered bondage

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Which of the accompanying is not valid about tobacco? It was sold in Africa as a money edit. The economy of the Virginia state relied on upon it. It turned into the most beneficial agrarian item. The Virginia state got to be reliant on slaves to plant tobacco and the reliance kept going quite a while.

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Which of the accompanying is not valid about tobacco? It was sold in Africa as a money trim. The economy of the Virginia state relied on upon it. It turned into the most beneficial farming item. The Virginia settlement got to be subject to slaves to plant tobacco and the reliance endured quite a while.

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Which of the accompanying products did the Virginia pilgrims fare to England? F. Corn G. Tobacco H. Beans J. Squash

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Which of the accompanying harvests did the Virginia pioneers fare to England? F. Corn G. Tobacco H. Beans J. Squash

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Using the guide beneath, which area had the biggest populace of slaves? Appalachian Plateau Blue Ridge Mountain Ridge and Valley Tidewater

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Using the guide underneath, which area had the biggest populace of slaves? Appalachian Plateau Blue Ridge Mountain Ridge and Valley Tidewater

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Which of the accompanying does not portray tobacco in pioneer Virginia? F. Sold in England as a money edit G. Most productive farming harvest H. Developed by Powhatans J. Relied on upon dependable and modest wellspring of work

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Which of the accompanying does not depict tobacco in pilgrim Virginia? F. Sold in England as a money edit G. Most productive horticultural harvest H. Developed by Powhatans J. Relied on upon solid and reasonable wellspring of work

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Which of the accompanying occasions in Virginia history has a place in box number 1 of the course of events? French and Indian War The principal Africans conveyed to the state Williamsburg got to be capital Living conditions were harder than anticipated John Rolfe Planted Tobacco Jamestown Settled 1

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Which of the accompanying occasions in Virginia history has a place in box number 1 of the course of events? French and Indian War The primary Africans conveyed to the state Williamsburg got to be capital Living conditions were harder than anticipated John Rolfe Planted Tobacco Jamestown Settled 1

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Which of the accompanying is not valid for slaves? F. They were liberated following seven years. G. They gave free work on estates. H. They developed tobacco. J. They couldn't claim arrive.

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Which of the accompanying is not valid for slaves? F. They were liberated following seven years. G. They gave free work on estates. H. They developed tobacco. J. They couldn't claim arrive.

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countless were acquired to the state the 1600s without wanting to - manufacture homes for the new pilgrims get well off give free work on the ranches be solid and tried and true

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A substantial number of Africans were gotten to the province the 1600s without wanting to - fabricate homes for the new pioneers get rich give free work on the estates be solid and tried and true

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Why did Virginia form into an exceptional culture unique in relation to that of England? F. The Scots-Irish demanded that all property looked like Scotland. G. The horse shelters, homes, and places of love were reconstructed to look like England. H. The scenes mirrored the convictions, traditions, and engineering of the general population living there. J. The place must be named after the gathering of individuals who were living here.

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Why did Virginia form into a one of a kind culture not quite the same as that of England? F. The Scots-Irish demanded that all property looked like Scotland. G. The horse shelters, homes, and places of love were reconstructed to take after England. H. The scenes mirrored the convictions, traditions, and engineering of the general population living there. J. The place must be named after the gathering of individuals who were living around there.

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English ranch proprietors added to the advancement of provincial Virginia by - developing the money yield of tobacco affecting the pioneers to become friends with the Native Americans giving nourishment to the homesteaders procuring Irish and German pilgrims to work for them

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English estate proprietors added to the improvement of frontier Virginia by - developing the money harvest of tobacco impacting the pilgrims to get to know the Native Americans giving sustenance to the pilgrims employing Irish and German pioneers to work for them

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Using the guide underneath, the English settled essentially - F. east of the York River G. west of the Piedmont H. north of the James River J. east of the mountain and valleys

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Using the guide underneath, the English settled basically - F. east of the York River G. west of the Piedmont H. north of the James River J. east of the mountain and valleys

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Using the guide, the Scots-Irish and Germans settled - on the Eastern Shore east of the York River west of the American Indians South of the Africans who took a shot at the tobacco ranches

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Using the guide, the Scots-Irish and Germans settled - on the Eastern Shore east of the York River west of the American Indians South of the Africans who dealt with the tobacco manors

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