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Changes in Virginia VS.9a
Decline of agricultural society Old systems of farming were no longer effective. Crop prices were low.
Growth of Virginia’s cities People moved from rural to urban areas for economic opportunities. Rural – Something from the country Urban – Something from the city
Growth of Virginia’s cities Technological developments in transportation, roads, railroads, and streetcars helped cities grow. (click on text for hyperlink)
Coal mining spurred the growth of Virginia towns and cities as people moved from the countryside to find jobs. Growth of Virginia’s cities
People have moved to Virginia from many other states and nations for jobs, freedom, and the enjoyment of Virginia’s beauty and quality of life. Growth of Virginia’s cities
Since the end of World War II, Northern Virginia has experienced growth due to increases in the number of federal jobs located in the region. Growth of Virginia’s cities
Both Northern Virginia and the Tidewater region have grown due to computer technology Growth of Virginia’s cities
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