(Encyclopedia) Charlottesville shrl?tsv?l, city (1990 pop. 40,341), seat of Albemarle co., central Va., on the Rivanna River, in a Piedmont farm region known for its apples; founded 1762, chartered? (Encyclopedia) Virginia, state of the S Middle-Atlantic United States. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean (E), North Carolina and Tennessee (S), Kentucky and West Virginia (W), and Maryland and the? People QuickFactsCharlottesvilleVirginiaPopulation, 2003 estimate 39,1627,386,330Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2003 -2.3%4.3%Population, 2000 45,0497,078,515Population,? NumberPercentTotal population45,049100.0SEX AND AGEMale21,02146.7Female24,02853.3Under 5 years1,9814.45 to 9 years1,9204.310 to 14 years1,8824.215 to 19 years6,05313.420 to 24 years10,20722.725? NumberPercentEMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over38,906100.0In labor force21,91956.3Civilian labor force21,88456.2Employed20,94353.8Unemployed9412.4Percent of civilian labor force4.3(X)? NumberPercentSCHOOL ENROLLMENTPopulation 3 years and over enrolled in school20,969100.0Nursery school, preschool5092.4Kindergarten4132.0Elementary school (grades 1-8)3,05414.6High school (grades? NumberPercentTotal housing units17,591100.0UNITS IN STRUCTURE1-unit, detached8,37547.61-unit, attached1,2327.02 units2,30613.13 or 4 units1,0125.85 to 9 units1,5668.910 to 19 units1,2667.220 or? (Encyclopedia) Virginia, University of, mainly at Charlottesville; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1819, opened 1825 with Thomas Jefferson as its rector. Jefferson also planned the? (Encyclopedia) Virginia, Confederate name for the ironclad Merrimack. See Monitor and Merrimack. (Encyclopedia) Virginia, in Roman legend, daughter of the centurion Virginius. Her father stabbed her to save her from the lust of Appius Claudius Crassus, decemvir. This precipitated the fall of the?