Where did the first colonists settle in America?

The first colony was the "lost colony" of Roanoke, an island off the coast of South Carolina. This colony disappeared and historians still don't know what happened. The next colony was Jamestown. Jamestown was begun in 1607 by a group of investors who sent 104 men to look for gold. They landed in an area that was swampy, with bad water, and had over 8,000 Native Americans living in the area. Within six months only 34 men were still alive in Jamestown. The colony was saved by the introduction of tobacco. In 1620 the Pilgrims landed in Mass after being blown off course and founded Plymouth colony. There were 60 men, women, and children. Three young sisters were sent alone by their father because he was going through a divorce with their mother. The girls didn't not live very long after arrival.
The first colony was the "lost colony" of Roanoke, an island off the coast of South Carolina. This colony disappeared and historians still don't know what happened. The next colony was Jamestown. Jamestown was begun in 1607 by a group of investors who sent 104 men to look for gold. They landed in an area that was swampy, with bad water, and had over 8,000 Native Americans living in the area. Within six months only 34 men were still alive in Jamestown. The colony was saved by the introduction of tobacco. In 1620 the Pilgrims landed in Mass after being blown off course and founded Plymouth colony. There were 60 men, women, and children. Three young sisters were sent alone by their father because he was going through a divorce with their mother. The girls didn't not live very long after arrival.