The first migrants to the new world came from answer

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The first migrants to the New World came from:Answers: a. Australia.
b. Africa.c. Western Europe.d. Asia.
What commodity contributed most to the economic viability of Jamestown?
Pennsylvania was initially settled by:
The main agricultural crop of the Carolinas at the end of the seventeenth century was:
The most important food crop in seventeenth-century Jamestown was:Answers: a. barley.b. wheat.c. corn.d. rice.
The first English-sponsored voyages of discovery to the New World were led by:
Drake.Georgia was originally established as:
Bacon's Rebellion in 1676 resulted partly from back-country farmers' discontent over Governor Berkeley's refusal to:
Compared to the Indians of Mexico and South America, North American Indians were:Answers: a. more aggressive.b. more unified.c. more nomadic.d. more advanced.

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