The first English colony was most likely St. John's, Newfoundland (now in Canada), settled permanently since 1583. However, there are other communities on the island of Newfoundland (such as Harbour Grace) dating from 1583 as well, so the exact first colony is hard to pin-point and has been lost to history.
Roanoke Island in what is now North Carolina was settled in 1587, but the colony failed and was "lost".
Jamestown, VA was not settled until 1607.
Jamestown was the first successful English colony in North America.
Not who, but what or where- the Jamestown VA colony.
The first established English colony in North America was Jamestown, Virginia. There were 13 original colonies in the United States.
Which English colony in North America was the first to offer complete religious freedom to its settlers?
The first permanent English settlement of the Pilgrims in North America was the Plymouth Colony.
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Jamestown was the first colony in North America. It was located in Virginia and was settled by the English. It's history was chronicled by John Smith and Edward Wingfield.
King James I is the king of England who charted the company that founded the first permanent English colony in north America.
The first permanent English colony in North America was founded in 1607. This was Jamestown, named after King James.
Jamestown, is the first permanent English settlement in North America. It was founded in 1607.
The answer to your question is Jamestown
Jamestown was the first successful English colony in America
Jamestown was the first english colony established in America.
Jamestown, VirginiaJamestown, Virginia was the first permanent English settlement. The colony where it is located is the colony today's Virginia is in.