Social Studies Review - Suffolk City Public Schools

Social Studies Review - Suffolk City Public Schools

Social Studies Review Fourth Grade Virginia Studies 1. The James River, York River, Potomac River, and Rappahannock River all flow downhill into the A. Eastern Shore B.

C. D. peninsula Chesapeake Bay mainland 1. The James River, York River, Potomac River, and Rappahannock River all flow downhill into the A.

Eastern Shore B. C. D. peninsula Chesapeake Bay mainland 2. Using the map, which water feature below borders Virginia on the

east? A. James River B. Atlantic Ocean C. Potomac River D. Eastern Shore 2. Using the map, which water feature below borders Virginia on the east?

A. James River B. Atlantic Ocean C. Potomac River D. Eastern Shore Many early Virginia cities developed along the A. B. C. D.

Fall Line Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Ocean Eastern Shore Many early Virginia cities developed along the A. B. C. D. Fall Line

Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Ocean Eastern Shore The capital of Virginia is located on which of the following rivers? A. James B. York C. Potomac D. Rappahannock The capital of Virginia is located

on which of the following rivers? A. James B. York C. Potomac D. Rappahannock Which of the following water features provided a safe harbor, as well as, a source of food and transportation? A. B.

C. D. Atlantic Ocean James River Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore Which of the following water features provided a safe harbor, as well as, a source of food and transportation?

A. B. C. D. Atlantic Ocean James River Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore Which river was a source of food and provided a pathway for

exploration and settlement of Fredericksburg, Virginia? A. Rappahannock River B. James River C. York River D. Potomac River Which river was a source of food and provided a pathway for exploration and settlement of Fredericksburg, Virginia? A. Rappahannock River

B. James River C. York River D. Potomac River The Atlantic Ocean was important to the early history of Virginia mainly because A. B. C.

D. It provided a pathway for exploration of Virginias mainland. It provided a direct route for the ships to get to the Potomac River. It provided a safe harbor for the English ships to anchor their ships. It provided transportation links between Virginia and England. The Atlantic Ocean was

important to the early history of Virginia mainly because A. B. C. D. It provided a pathway for exploration of Virginias mainland. It provided a direct route for the ships to get

to the Potomac River. It provided a safe harbor for the English ships to anchor their ships. It provided transportation links between Virginia and England. Why are there so few cities along the Chesapeake Bay? A. It is too hilly. B. The rivers run too fast. C. It is covered with too many woods. D. It is covered with wetlands.

Why are there so few cities along the Chesapeake Bay? A. It is too hilly. B. The rivers run too fast. C. It is covered with too many woods. D. It is covered with wetlands. What kind of landform is the Eastern Shore? A. B.

C. D. island continent plateau peninsula What kind of landform is the Eastern Shore? A. B.

C. D. island continent plateau peninsula Which of the following rivers flows through Alexandria on its way to the coast? A. York

B. Potomac C. James D. Rappahannock Which of the following rivers flows through Alexandria on its way to the coast? A. York B. Potomac C. James D. Rappahannock

Which of these major rivers lies furthest south? A. B. C. D. James York Potomac Rappahannock

Which of these major rivers lies furthest south? A. B. C. D. James York Potomac Rappahannock

The majority of the rivers in Virginia flow A. from north to south B. from south to north C. from east to west D. from west to north The majority of the rivers in Virginia flow A. from north to south B. from south to north C. from east to west D. from west to north

A cash crop A. B. C. D. is used by the grower is sold for money is exchanged for clothing or other goods is traded to England for supplies A cash crop A. B.

C. D. is used by the grower is sold for money is exchanged for clothing or other goods is traded to England for supplies The success of tobacco as a cash crop A. was expected by the King B. brought the relationship between the settlers and the Native Americans closer

C. was surprising to all of the English settlers D. encouraged slavery The success of tobacco as a cash crop A. was expected by the King B. brought the relationship between the settlers and the Native Americans closer C. was surprising to all of the English settlers D. encouraged slavery Which of the following is not true about tobacco?

A. B. C. D. It was sold in Africa as a cash crop. The economy of the Virginia colony depended on it. It became the most profitable agricultural product.

The Virginia colony became dependent on slaves to plant tobacco and the dependence lasted a long time. Which of the following is not true about tobacco? A. B. C. D.

It was sold in Africa as a cash crop. The economy of the Virginia colony depended on it. It became the most profitable agricultural product. The Virginia colony became dependent on slaves to plant tobacco and the dependence lasted a long time. Which of the following crops did the Virginia colonists export to

England? A. Corn B. Tobacco C. Beans D. Squash Which of the following crops did the Virginia colonists export to England? A. Corn B. Tobacco C. Beans

D. Squash Using the map below, which region had the largest population slaves? A. Appalachian of Plateau B. C. D.

Blue Ridge Mountain Ridge and Valley Tidewater Using the map below, which region had the largest population slaves? A. Appalachian of Plateau B. C.

D. Blue Ridge Mountain Ridge and Valley Tidewater Which of the following does not describe tobacco in colonial Virginia? A. Sold in England as a cash crop B. Most profitable agricultural crop C. Grown by Powhatans

D. Depended on reliable and inexpensive source of labor Which of the following does not describe tobacco in colonial Virginia? A. Sold in England as a cash crop B. Most profitable agricultural crop C. Grown by Powhatans D. Depended on reliable and inexpensive source of labor

Which of the following events in Virginia history belongs in box number 1 of the timeline? A. B. C. D. French and Indian War The first Africans brought to the colony Williamsburg became capital Living conditions were harder than expected

Jamestown Settled John Rolfe Planted Tobacco 1 Which of the following events in Virginia history belongs in box number 1 of the timeline?

A. B. C. D. French and Indian War The first Africans brought to the colony Williamsburg became capital Living conditions were harder than expected Jamestown Settled

John Rolfe Planted Tobacco 1 Which of the following is not true of slaves? A. They were freed after seven years. B. They provided free labor on plantations. C. They cultivated tobacco. D. They could not own land.

Which of the following is not true of slaves? A. They were freed after seven years. B. They provided free labor on plantations. C. They cultivated tobacco. D. They could not own land. A large number of Africans were brought to the colony in the 1600s against their will to A. B.

C. D. build homes for the new settlers get wealthy provide free labor on the plantations be reliable and dependable A large number of Africans were brought to the colony in the 1600s against their will to A. B.

C. D. build homes for the new settlers get wealthy provide free labor on the plantations be reliable and dependable Why did Virginia develop into a unique culture different from that England?

A. The of Scots-Irish insisted that all property resembled Scotland. B. The barns, homes, and places of worship were rebuilt to resemble England. C. The landscapes reflected the beliefs, customs, and architecture of the people living there. D. The place had to be named after the group of people who were living in that area.

Why did Virginia develop into a unique culture different from that England? A. The of Scots-Irish insisted that all property resembled Scotland. B. The barns, homes, and places of worship were rebuilt to resemble England. C. The landscapes reflected the beliefs, customs, and architecture of the people living

there. D. The place had to be named after the group of people who were living in that area. English plantation owners contributed to the development of colonial Virginia by A. B. C. D.

cultivating the cash crop of tobacco influencing the settlers to befriend the Native Americans providing food for the colonists hiring Irish and German settlers to work for them English plantation owners contributed to the development of colonial Virginia by A. B.

C. D. cultivating the cash crop of tobacco influencing the settlers to befriend the Native Americans providing food for the colonists hiring Irish and German settlers to work for them Using the map below, the English settled primarily A. east of the York River

B. west of the Piedmont C. north of the James River D. east of the mountain and valleys Using the map below, the English settled primarily A. east of the York River B. west of the Piedmont C. north of the James River D. east of the mountain and valleys Using the map, the Scots-Irish and Germans settled A.

B. C. D. on the Eastern Shore east of the York River west of the American Indians South of the Africans who worked on the tobacco plantations Using the map, the Scots-Irish and Germans settled A.

B. C. D. on the Eastern Shore east of the York River west of the American Indians South of the Africans who worked on the tobacco plantations Which of the following explains why the Germans and Scots-Irish

settled in the Shenandoah Valley? A. The Shenandoah Valley was in need of work and they believed they could complete this work. B. The Shenandoah Valley was along the migration route. C. The Shenandoah Valley was where their traditional homelands were located. D. The Shenandoah Valley was where they felt they should settle. Which of the following explains why the Germans and Scots-Irish

settled in the Shenandoah Valley? A. The Shenandoah Valley was in need of work and they believed they could complete this work. B. The Shenandoah Valley was along the migration route. C. The Shenandoah Valley was where their traditional homelands were located. D. The Shenandoah Valley was where they felt they should settle.

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