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Who were the opposing sides in the War of Jenkins' Ear? A. the colony of Georgia and the colony of Carolina B. the colony of Georgia and Spanish-controlled Florida C. the colony of Massachusetts and the colony of Pennsylvania D. the colony of Massachusetts and French-controlled Canada
Weegy: B. the colony of Georgia and Spanish-controlled Florida were the opposing sides in the War of Jenkins' Ear User: Who founded the colony of Georgia in 1732? A. John Wesley B. Joseph Cotton C. William Calvert D. James Oglethorpe Weegy: D. James Oglethorpe founded the colony of Georgia in 1732 (More)
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Which of the following was NOT a southern colony? A. Georgia B. Virginia C. Rhode Island D. Maryland
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C. Rhode Island was not a Southern Colony.
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Weegy: B. They resided mainly in southern Carolina. User: Which of the following statements is true? A. New Jersey was settled as a sanctuary for religious freedom. B. No North American colonies began as business ventures. C. Colonists always held onto the original visions of their founders. D. Many North American colonies developed differently than the stated purposes for which they had originally been created. Weegy: A. New Jersey was settled as a sanctuary for religious freedom. The New England colonies, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland were conceived and established "as plantations of religion User: Which European country did NOT try to stake its claims to the colony of Georgia? A. England B. France C. Spain D. Portugal Weegy: The answer is D. Portugal. (More)
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