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Virginia in the
Virginians moved from _______ to _______ areas for economic opportunities. rural urban
_______________ developments in transportation, roads, railroads, and streetcars helped cities to grow. Technological
Governor Harry Byrds policy for road improvements was known as _____________. pay-as-you-go
Pay-as-you-go meant that Virginia would only make improvements the state could pay for and would not ________ money. borrow
The U. S. Supreme Court ruled in 1954 that __________ but __________ public schools were unconstitutional. separate equal White OnlyBlack Only
All public schools, including those in Virginia, were ordered to _________. integrate
Senator Harry Byrd led Virginias government in a policy of __________ _____________, which fought to resist the integration of public schools. massive resistance
Because of the policy of massive resistance some schools were _______ to avoid integration. closed
The policy of massive resistance failed and Virginias public schools were _________. integrated
In 1989, ________________ was elected as Virginias governor. L. Douglas Wilder
He was the first ________ __________ to be elected a state governor in the United States. African American
Ch. 12 Social Studies: SINK OR SWIM!!!. The bringing together of different races, cultures, and beliefs as equal members.
20 th & 21 st Century VS. 9 a,b,c,d By: Mrs. Nicholson 20 th Century- _______________to _______________ 21 st Century- _______________to _______________.
RACE TO THE GOVERNOR’S HOUSE #5. 1)During the period of __________ after the Civil War, Virginia faced many problems.
The Civil Rights Movement in Virginia Civil Rights – the privileges that you enjoy as a citizen. These include rights such as voting and equal opportunity.
Harry F. Byrd, Sr. A. Linwood Holton, Jr. L. Douglas Wilder.
Famous 20 th and 21 st Century Virginians. Maggie L. Walker Maggie L. Walker was the first African American woman to become president of a bank in the.
Virginia Studies Review VS.8, VS.9, & VS.10 ©2012 Henrico County Public Schools - J. Stanley.
4 th Grade Virginia Studies SOL Review Mrs. Shepherd Ashburn Elementary.
SOL VS 4.9. SOL VS 4.9 Twentieth Century Who was the first African American woman to become a bank president in the United States? Who was the first African.
VS. 9b, 9d Interactive Notes. Review! Agriculture = Virginia’s economy Plantations & farms destroyed = Virginia’s economy was ruined.
Contributions to Virginia & the World in the 20 th & 21 st Centuries VS.9bd.
YOU ARE MISSING A NAME I just established the Pay As You Go policy!
Massive Resistance. Definition of Massive Resistance In Virginia, during the late 1950s, many people were against the idea of having white or African.
Changes in Virginia VS.9a. Decline of agricultural society Old systems of farming were no longer effective. Crop prices were low.
Q1: The economy of the northern part of the United States in the 1860’s was ___ Q5: Who led a slave revolt against plantation owners in Virginia? Q2: The.
THE DAVIS ADMINISTRATION The Davis Administration’s Policies Governor Edmund J. Davis had the support of the legislature that assembled in April.
Civil Rights Identify the Plessy v. Ferguson decision? “Separate but equal” facilities were constitutional Racial segregation was legal.
BY MISS OBERLANDER VA in the 20 th Century. During the early 20 th century, agriculture began to change. Old systems of farming were no longer effective.
Lord - Upper Cape Tech School Fighting 4 The Cause Legal Aspects Equality Groups &
Bell Work What problems in education emerged during the 1980’s? Pg. 841.
What is the elimination of special treatment or privilege based on race?
FEDERALISM, FUNDING, AND EDUCATION State Government.
NEXT Who Am I ? Timeline Jamestown What Did I Do? Dates Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five.
ZONK! Virginia Studies Review of Reconstruction and 20 th Century.
21.1 Taking on Segregation. The Segregation system ■The Civil Rights Act of 1875 had outlawed segregation in public facilities ■In 1890 Louisiana passed.
Chapter 18. John F. Kennedy Elected president 1960 “New Frontier” – mind, will and spirit of man US prosperity not reaching poor First Catholic president,
Branches of Government Study Guide Vocabulary Council – A group of people elected to make rules and solve problems Election – The process in which a citizen.
CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARD Effects of the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the Industrial Revolution.
Farmer’s Problems Due to overproduction caused by numerous farms and better methods farm prices plummeted. The price of wheat fell from $2.00 a bushel.
Chapter 8, Section 3 The Supreme Court. 1. How are Supreme Court justices selected? The president appoints the justices, with the consent of the Senate.
A loosely formed alliance with a weak central government is called a?
The Rise of Industry. Big Business United States became an industrial giant. Large factories and big cities developed because of growth. National wealth.
MANIFEST DESTINY Notes. What are reasons why population is growing in urban areas and shrinking in rural areas? Population Growth in Urban Centers Towns.
How does the history of racism in America develop?
Hosted by Mrs. Livezey and Mrs. Isaza Famous African Americans American IndiansGeographyCivil War
Progressive Movement Social Problems. Goals of the Progressive Movement A government controlled by the people Guaranteed economic opportunities through.
VS 9c: Maggie L. Walker Harry F. Byrd Arthur Ashe L. Douglas Wilder Created by Mrs. Julia Davis.
Segregation is the practice of keeping ethnic, racial, religious, or gender groups separated. Establishing Segregation ◦ The Supreme Court declares.
The Electoral College When you vote for the President you are actually voting for an ELECTOR to vote for you Each state has a determined number of electors.
Civil Rights. Plessy v. Ferguson 1896 Supreme Court ruled “separate but equal” facilities did not violate the Fourteenth Amendment. Set precedent for.
The Constitution Chapter 2 Lesson 2 Here we go…. Vocabulary Constitution: A written plan of government for the United States.
Developments in Georgia from 1945 to If you were tasked with recovering Atlanta’s economy after the Great Depression and WWII, what kind of changes.
1. __________________________ The power to govern comes from the people. 2. _________________________ The people elect representatives to make laws and.
Desegregation Civil Rights 1950’s/1960’s Plessy v Ferguson supports separate but equal 1950 Brown v Board of Education 7 year old Linda Brown tried.
8.3 Segregation and Discrimination. Discrimination in the South Techniques white leaders would use to keep African Americans from voting: – “Literacy”
Expansion and Reform The Progressive Era and Imperialism.
People to Know Grade 4 Advance to the next slide and click on the link to reveal the person. Then click on the picture of the person for the next clue(s).
THIS IS With Host... Your VS 2 Map Skills VS Rev. VS 6 Growth VS 7-8 Civil War VS th Cent. Extra.
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