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Most famous conductor on the Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman
Led the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950's and 1960's.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Confederate general who earned the name "Stonewall" at the Battle of Bull Run in the Civil War.
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Thomas Jefferson's home(birthplace) near Charlottesville, VA.
Monticello
Daughter of a former slave. First African-American woman bank president.
Maggie L. Walker
outermost settled region of a country, lying along the border of an unsettled region
frontier
Father of our Country. 1st President of the United States, born in Virginia, Mount Vernon is his home, leader of Continental Army during Revolutionary War
George Washington
Capital of Virginia. It is located on the Fall Line.
Richmond
George Washington's home (birthplace), near the Potomac River
Mount Vernon
River that forms the natural border between Maryland and Virginia. Alexandria and Arlington are 2 important VA cities on this river.
Potomac River