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 What was the first permanent English settlement in America?

Answer Jamestown, Virginia, was the first permanent English settlement in America. A group of English settlers arrived on the banks of the James River in 1607 and created the small colony. The site is now... Read More »
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What was the first permanent settlement in the U.S.?

St. Augustine is the first permanent settlement in the United States. It was founded as a Spanish military base in 1565 and is the oldest continuously occupied settlement and the oldest port in the... Read More »
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What was the first permanent European settlement?

The city of St. Augustine, in Florida, was the first permanent European settlement in the United States, according to the city's website. This city was founded by the Spanish in 1565 as a military ... Read More »
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What was the first permanent settlement of spain?

The city and port of Cadiz was founded in 1100 B.C., reports the online guide What Cadiz. This makes Cadiz the oldest permanent settlement in Spain and in all of Europe. According to Greek legend, ... Read More »
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What was the first permanent settlement in Kentucky?

Harrodsburg, located in Mercer County, was the first permanent settlement in Kentucky. Harrodsburg is named after Pennsylvanian James Harrod, who settled the community along with 31 other men in 17... Read More »
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