VIRGINIA, A SOUTHEASTERN U.S. STATE, STRETCHES FROM THE CHESAPEAKE BAY TO THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS, WITH A LONG ATLANTIC COASTLINE.
The Commonwealth of Virginia is considered one of the most beautiful and diverse areas in America. The geography – shaped by the Blue Ridge Mountains and Chesapeake Bay, as well as its temperate climate- provides a perfect habitat for much of its flora and fauna. As such, it has been dubbed “America’s Nature Coast.” Richmond serves as capital; while not nearly so populous itself (it ranks 45th out of 50 US states), Fairfax County is home to over 1/4 million residents!
There is a lot of history behind the Old Dominion and it all began with an English colony in 1607. The Powhatan were one of many indigenous groups that inhabited Virginia before European settlers, but when they arrived things took off for this new world. This was just what these people needed to sustain themselves and thrive so quickly; however there came some major conflict as well because slave labor increased due to high demand from England’s plantation economy which did not sit too kindly with other natives or slaves who witnessed their culture being lost forever more day by day.
The area around where I live has a long story full if adventure waiting for anyone willing enough to find out about it!
The Commonwealth of Virginia is one of the original Thirteen Colonies from America’s Revolutionary War, and was the tenth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution in 1788 with support for both major national parties today.
The state of Virginia is a beautiful place to live with a very fascinating history. One example, the first governing body established in America and then called “the House of Burgesses,” was created back during Colonial times!
Virginia’s economy has many sectors: agriculture in the Shenandoah Valley; high tech and federal agencies, including the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency, in Northern Virginia; and military facilities in Hampton Roads, the site of the region’s main seaport.
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