Virginia in 1829

From Engineering Manhood: Race and the Antebellum Virginia Military Institute by Jonson Miller

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  • History
  • 19th Century United States
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  • 1820–1829
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  • Figure 1.1. Virginia in 1829. County boundaries as they existed at the time of the 1829–1830 constitutional convention. Bold lines show the four constitutional divisions of Virginia. The Blue Ridge Mountains separate the Piedmont and Shenandoah Valley. The star indicates the location of Lexington in Rockbridge County. Note that what is today West Virginia was part of Virginia until 1861.