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Which European country did NOT try to stake its claims to the colony of Georgia? A. England B. France C. Spain D. Portugal
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Britain's first attempt at settlement in the Americas was in A. Virginia. B. Maryland. C. Massachusetts. D. the Carolinas.
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What was the main commodity grown in Georgia? A. tobacco B. rice C. wheat D. cotton
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Which of the following was NOT an initial reason for the English to colonize Georgia? A. to create a haven for debtors B. to create a buffer between Spanish and English territory C. to allow for the expansion of slavery and the plantation system D. to further the English empire in North America
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The following was NOT an initial reason for the English to colonize Georgia: to allow for the expansion of slavery and the plantation system.
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Which of the following is a true statement about Benjamin Franklin? A. He served as the fourth president of the United States. B. He was an ambassador to France, helping to secure a military alliance. C. He was born in England in 1706. D. He was not well known for his scientific experiments until after he died.
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The true statement about Benjamin Franklin is: He was an ambassador to France, helping to secure a military alliance.
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