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 What was the first settlement in georgia?

Answer 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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What was the first permanent settlement in Georgia?

The first permanent settlement in what later became the state of Georgia was in the area of the city of Savannah, according to the U.S. National Park Service. James Oglethorpe led the first group o... 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 Connecticut?

The first settlement in Connecticut was a small fort. The fort was constructed by the Dutch at the site of present day Hartford, which in 1633 was known as New Hope.Source:Exploration and Settlemen... Read More »
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