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 What was the first french settlement in michigan?

Answer In 1668, French Jesuit Jacques Marquette landed in Sault Ste. Marie amid the first European settlement in Michigan, which was already claimed by several Native American tribes. It wasn't until 170... Read More »
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What was the first permanent French settlement in Canada?

The first permanent French settlement in Canada was the trading post at Tadoussac. This settlement was established in 1600 when French fur trader Pierre de Chauvin began construction. The fort was ... Read More »
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What was the first settlement in the U.S.?

According to the St. Augustine Links and the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire websites, St. Augustine, Florida, was the first and oldest established European settlement in what would become the U... Read More »
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What was the first settlement in Maryland?

St. Mary's was the first settlement in Maryland. George Calvert, the Lord Baltimore, was given permission to colonize Maryland in 1624 but died before the patent was drawn up. In 1634 St. Mary's wa... Read More »
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What was the first settlement in georgia?

Savannah was the site of the first permanent European settlement in Georgia, according to georgia.gov. In 1733, English settlers landed at Yamacraw Bluff along the Savannah River and founded the 13... Read More »
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