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  • Today i'm gonna talk about Plymouth St. marys city Roanoke Jamestown St. augustine
  • Now i'm gonna talk about St. Augustine. St. Augustine was located in the northeast corner of Florida. St. Augustine was founded by the Spanish in 1565. The area which St. Augustine is located was initially explored in 1513, more than 50 years before the city was founded. St. Augustine is home to the narrowest street in the United States.
  • Next i'm gonna talk about Roanoke. Roanoke is an independent city in the southern U.S. state of Virginia. The population in Roanoke is 308,707. Five primary ships under Grenville's comand left plymouth on April 9, 1585. The Roanoke colony was also known as the lost colony.
  • I'm john smith and IF YOU SHALL NOT WORK THAN YOU SHALL NOT EAT!!!
  • yes sir
  • yes sir
  • Next i'm gonna talk about Jamestown. James was a king of England. Jamestown was founded in 1607. John smith was a captain in Jamestown. Things became a little easier when a settler by the name of John Rolfe married Pocahontas. The arrival of Lord De La Warr in the colony, who was supposed to be their new governor, gave them the courage to go on living in the region.
  • Fishing
  • Now i'm gonna talk about Plymouth. The Plymouth Colony was established in November 1620 and located on the Atlantic coast of North America. The Plymouth in not included in one of the original 13 colonies. John Carver was the first Governor of the Plymouth colony. By 1623 there were 32 houses and 180 residents at the Plymouth Colony. Plymouth began as fishing village. In the 13th century friars arrived in Plymouth.
  • St. Mary’s County is the birthplace of Maryland. The island was small, so the ships traveled further south. Leonard Calvert bought about 30 miles of land below the Wicomico River. The settlers moved in among the Indians who assisted them while they established their settlement. Tobacco was a labor intensive crop linked closely with the development of slavery in Maryland. In 2000, the state government decided to decrease the amount of tobacco.
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