Use the interactive map to answer the questions.
The ________________ is the state bird of Virginia.
Charlottesville wwas the home of what famous American?
The first permanent English settlement in the New World, ___________________, was established along the James River.
Williamsburg is home to the Colleges of ________________ _______ _____________, one of the oldest institutes of higher learning in America.
Mount ______________, the highest point in Virginia, is located in the Appalachian Mountains.
The McLean House, in Appomattox Courthouse, was the site in which the ____________ War officially ended.
Shenandoah National Park features spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains along ____________ Drive.
The Great Dismal Swamp contains Lake __________________, a 3,100 acre lake that is actually the largest in Virginia.
Petersburg was the site of the longest ______________ in American history.
Which of the following states DOES NOT touch Virginia?
After the Battle of Yorktown, the British negotiated an end to the __________________________ War.
Jamestown was founded in 1607 by the _____________ company of Virginia.
Williamsburg is the world's largest outdoor _________________ museum.
Arlington is home to the _______________________, the headquarters for the U.S Department of Defense.
Which of the following rivers is the longest?
Roanoke is nicknamed "capital of the ____________ __________."
Norfolk is the _________________ largest city in Virginia.
In 1780, the Virginia capital was moved to Richmond from __________________.
Richmond was originally called _________________-.
In Virginia, the Applachian Mountains are sometimes referred to as the __________ __________________ Mountains.