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All of the following are true statements about the colony of Georgia, EXCEPT: A. It was named in honor of King George II. B. It was originally intended to be an English penal colony. C.
It was founded by James Oglethorpe. D. It was originally intended to be a refuge for debtors.
Answer is B. It was originally intended to be an English penal colony
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User: All of the following are true statements about the colony of Georgia, EXCEPT: A. It was named in honor of King George II. B. It was originally intended to be an English penal colony. C. It was founded by James Oglethorpe. D. It was originally intended to be a refuge for debtors.

Weegy: Answer is B. It was originally intended to be an English penal colony
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User: All of the following are true statements about the Roanoke settlement, EXCEPT: A. It was founded by Sir Walter Raleigh. B. It was established at the request of Queen Elizabeth I. C. It twice failed to become a successful British settlement. D. It was abandoned at the request of King George I.

Weegy: D. It was abandoned at the request of King George I.
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User: All of the following are true statements about Brazil, EXCEPT: A. It was one of the first plantation colonies. B. It was discovered by Europeans in the 14th century. C. Amerigo Vespucci was sent to explore it. D. Explorer Pedro Cabral was said to have discovered it.

Weegy: All of the following are true statements about Brazil, EXCEPT: c. Amerigo Vespucci explored enough of South America to deem it a new continent.
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