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The first permanent English colony in the New World was at Jamestown, Virginia. True False
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User: The first permanent English colony in the New World was at Jamestown, Virginia. True False

Weegy: The first permanent English colony in the New World was the Virginia Colony at Jamestown. TRUE.



User: People in the Middle Ages were members of one of these three classes: serf, monarchy, clergy noble, clergy, merchants serf, noble, clergy

Weegy: People in the Middle Ages were members of three classes: Nobles, Serfs, and Clergy.



User: The Crusades created a demand for goods among the people. True False

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