Template:On this day/June 21
- 1901 – Virginia Constitutional Convention, 1901-1902: The convention meetings began and continued for over a year. J. H. Lindsay and W. H. Boaz represented Albemarle County and the City of Charlottesville in the House of Delegates. The major question before the delegation was how to bring about African-American disfranchisement without technically violating the 14th and 15th amendments to the United States Constitution.
- 1908 – A Grand Rally and Reunion of Confederate veterans was held at Scottsville; over 2000 people gathered to greet the veterans. Senator Thomas S. Martin was among those who spoke to the reunion crowd assembled at the Henry Gantt campgrounds located near the burial sites for 40 Confederate soldiers who died in Scottsville hospitals during the Civil War.