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Who created the colony of Georgia as a haven for English debtors? A. Nathaniel Bacon B. Lord Baltimore C. King Charles I D. James Oglethorpe
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User: Who created the colony of Georgia as a haven for English debtors? A. Nathaniel Bacon B. Lord Baltimore C. King Charles I D. James Oglethorpe

Weegy: JAMES OGLETHORPE created the colony of Georgia as a haven for English debtors.
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User: The plantation economy in the South produced A. great profits and developed great educational institutions. B. great profits at the expense of cultural development and equal opportunity. C. low profits despite the enslavement of a great number of people. D. equal opportunity for all whites and no illiteracy

Weegy: The plantation economy in the South produced great profits and developed great educational institutions.



User: The French came to the Americas primarily to: A. profit from the fur trade. B. convert the Indians to Christianity. C. challenge Spanish domination. D. look for gold and riches.

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The French came to the Americas primarily to profit from the fur trade.

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