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Jun 12, 2022

[Answer] Which state is known as "Old Dominion"?

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...1. Pennsylvania 2. Virginia 3. Connecticut 4. New Hampshire




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Virginia - Virginia has multiple nicknames, including "Mother of Presidents," a nod to the fact that eight U.S. presidents were born there, and "Mother of States," because parts of the original colony now belong to several other states. Its most popular nickname, however, is probably "Old Dominion." According to the Library of Virginia, this refers to its status as the oldest of England's overseas dominions. When Virginia was colonized in the early 17th century, its coat of arms read, "En Dat Virginia Quintum," which indicated that it was the fifth of the king's domains at the time — after England, Scotland, France, and Ireland. (The seal was altered slightly in the 18th century to read "En Dat Virginia Quartam," after England and Scotland united as the kingdom of Great Britain.) Following the American Revolution, Virginia became a state and was no longer a dominion — although its "Old Dominion" nickname stuck.:


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