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Which explorer became the first European to cross the Mississippi River? A. Hernando de Soto B. Samuel de Champlain C. Jacques Cartier D. Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo
Hernando de Soto became the first European to cross the Mississippi river.
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Hernando de Soto became the first European to cross the Mississippi river.
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