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History of West Virginia Many ancient man-made earthen mounds from various prehistoric mound builder cultures survive, especially in the areas of present-day MoundsvilleSouth Charlestonand Romney. The artifacts uncovered in these give evidence of village societies.
They had a tribal trade system culture that crafted cold-worked copper pieces. In the s during the Beaver Warsthe powerful Iroquoisfive allied nations based in present-day New York and Pennsylvania, drove out other American Indian tribes from the region in order to reserve the upper Ohio Valley as a hunting ground.
Siouan language tribes, such as the Monetonhad previously been recorded in the area. A century later, the area now identified as West Virginia was contested territory among Anglo-Americans as well, with the colonies of Pennsylvania and Virginia claiming territorial rights under their colonial charters to this area before the American Revolutionary War.
Some speculative land companies, such as the Vandalia Company and later the Ohio Company and Indiana Companytried to legitimize their claims to land in parts of West Virginia and Kentucky, but failed.
With the federal settlement of the Pennsylvania and Virginia border dispute, which resulted in the creation of KentuckyKentuckians "were satisfied [ The United States considered this area to be the western part of the state of Virginia which was commonly referred as Trans-Allegheny Virginia from tobefore the formation of West Virginia.
Its residents were discontented for years with their position in Virginia, as the government was dominated by the planter elite of the Tidewater and Piedmont areas. The legislature had electoral malapportionment, based on the counting of slaves toward regional populations, and the western white residents were underrepresented in the state legislature.
More subsistence and yeoman farmers lived in the west and they were generally less supportive of slavery, although many counties were divided on their support. The residents of this area became more sharply divided after the planter elite of eastern Virginia voted to secede from the Union during the Civil War.
Residents of the western and northern counties set up a separate government under Francis Pierpont inwhich they called the Restored Government. Most voted to separate from Virginia, and the new state was admitted to the Union in In a state constitutional convention drafted a constitution, which was ratified by the legislature without putting it to popular vote.
West Virginia abolished slavery by a gradual process and temporarily disenfranchised men who had held Confederate office or fought for the Confederacy. West Virginia's history has been profoundly affected by its mountainous terrain, numerous and vast river valleys, and rich natural resources.
These were all factors driving its economy and the lifestyles of its residents, who tended to live in many small, relatively isolated communities in the mountain valleys.
Another group progressed to the more time-consuming, advanced companion crop fields method of gardening. Also continuing from ancient indigenous people of the state, they cultivated tobacco through to early historic times. It was used in numerous social and religious rituals.
The local Indians made corn bread and a flat rye bread called "bannock" as they emerged from the protohistoric era.
A horizon extending from a little before the early 18th century is sometimes called the acculturating Fireside Cabin culture. Trading posts were established by European traders along the Potomac and James rivers. The Monongahela may have been the same as a people known as the Calicua, or Cali.
During the Beaver Wars, other tribes moved into the region. There was the Iroquoian Tiontatecaga also Little Mingo, Guyandotte who seem to have split off from the Petun after they were defeated by the Iroquois. During the s, when the Mingo Seneca seceded from the Iroquois and returned to the Ohio River Valley, they contend that this tribe merged with them.
The Shawnee arrived as well, but were primarily stationed within former Monongahela territory approximately untilhowever they did extend their influence throughout the Ohio River region.
The Erie, who were chased out of Ohio aroundare now believed to be the same as the Westowho invaded as far as South Carolina before being destroyed in the s. From disease, constant warfare and an inability to provide for themselves financially, they began to collapse and moved further and further east, to the Susquehanna River of Eastern Pennsylvania.
Before they were even gone, displaced natives from the south flooded into freshly conquered regions and took them over. They took in and merged with the Monetons, who began to refer to themselves as the Mohetons.
The Calicua also began to refer to themselves as Cherokees soon after, showing an apparent further merger. Fromthe Yamasee War sprang up. The Senandoa allegedly sided with the Yuchi and were destroyed by Yamasee allies.
Another tribe who appeared in the region were the Canaragay, or Kanawha. They were the first Europeans recorded as discovering Kanawha Falls.+ free ebooks online.
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