Where did african americans first arrive in the english colonies in america?

Answer The first Africans in the English colonies in America were probably brought as indentured servants in 1619 by a Dutch ship at Jamestown, Virginia. An indentured servant would work under contract fr... Read More »

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Where did African-Americans first arrive in English colonies in America?

The first African-Americans were brought by ship to Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619. They were considered indentured servants and could work as laborers to earn their freedom. They were allowed to enj... Read More »

Where in North America did the ring-necked pheasant first arrive?

The ring-necked pheasant first arrived in North America in 1733, when it was first introduced in New York. Since 1881, when 100 pairs of ring-necked pheasants were released in Oregon, the bird has ... Read More »

When did the first Americans arrive?

In 1513, Juan Ponce de Leon arrived at St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest U.S. settlement. By 1585, the British colony was officially established with the settlement of Roanoke. This settlement wou... Read More »

How many African-Americans were in the first African-American Senate?

Hiram Revels of Mississippi was the first and only African-American in the first African American U.S. Senate, in 1870. He was a steadfast opponent of racial segregation after the American Civil Wa... Read More »