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Iberian Publishing Company's On-Line Catalog:
The Growth of Virginia, 1634-1895
1691-1700



VA 1691-1700
A rejuvenation of Virginia tobacco export trade began in the late 1680s, and this fostered further growth in the colony. In 1691 King and Queen was formed from New Kent, and Lower Norfolk split off Princess Anne. Lower Norfolk's name was simplified to Norfolk at this time, as Upper Norfolk had not existed since the 1640s. The returning significance of the Northern Neck area between the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers as a focus of immigration was made clear in 1691 when Rappahannock was divided to become Essex and Richmond.

1681 - King and Queen (New Kent)
1691 - Norfolk (Lower Norfolk) Lower Norfolk divided and extinguished
1691 - Princess Anne (Lower Norfolk)
1692 - Essex (Rappahannock) Rappahannock divided and extinguished
1692 - Richmond (Rappahannock)

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[adapted from Michael Doran, Atlas of County Boundary Changes in Virginia, 1634-1895], all twenty-four maps available in 11x17 book form atDoran's Atlas


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