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What is a reason the capital was moved from Jamestown to Williamsburg?
a) Drinking water was contaminated by seepage of salt water. b) It was a more central location. c) The population was moving westward. d) Moving the capital increased the distance from the sea and possible attack by the British.
What is a reason the capital was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond?
a) The population was moving westward. b) Drinking water was contaminated by seepage of salt water. c) Unhealthy living conditions caused diseases. d) Fire destroyed wooden and brick buildings at Jamestown.
What is a reason the capital was moved from Jamestown to Williamsburg?
a) Unhealthy living conditions caused diseases. b) It was a more central location. c) The population was moving westward. d) Moving the capital increased the distance from the sea and possible attack by the British.
What is a reason the capital was moved from Jamestown to Williamsburg?
a) Fire destroyed wooden and brick buildings at Jamestown. b) It was a more central location. c) The population was moving westward. d) Moving the capital increased the distance from the sea and possible attack by the British.
What is a reason the capital was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond?
a) It was a more central location. b) Drinking water was contaminated by seepage of salt water. c) Unhealthy living conditions caused diseases. d) Fire destroyed wooden and brick buildings at Jamestown.
What is a reason the capital was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond?
a) Moving the capital increased the distance from the sea and possible attack by the British. b) Drinking water was contaminated by seepage of salt water. c) Unhealthy living conditions caused diseases. d) Fire destroyed wooden and brick buildings at Jamestown.
Fire destroyed wooden and brick buildings at Jamestown.
a) Jamestown to Williamsburg b) Williamsburg to Washington DC c) Williamsburg to Richmond d) Jamestown to Richmond
Drinking water was contaminated by seepage of salt water.
a) Jamestown to Williamsburg b) Williamsburg to Washington DC c) Jamestown to Richmond d) Williamsburg to Richmond
Moving the capital increased the distance from the sea and possible attack by the British.
a) Williamsburg to Richmond b) Williamsburg to Washington DC c) Jamestown to Williamsburg d) Jamestown to Richmond
The population was moving westward.
a) Williamsburg to Richmond b) Jamestown to Williamsburg c) Jamestown to Richmond d) Williamsburg to Washington DC
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