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Who established the first permanent Russian post?
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A port on Lake Michigan US established as a trading post in the 18th Century?
When was the first settlement in New York?
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Who ran first post office established by second continential congress?
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What country settlement of the Hudson River valley?
What was Utah's first non-Mormon town and why?
What is now Utah was inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years before white men arrived. The first "town" established by white settlers was Ogden (then called Fort Buenaventura). It was more like a trading post with permanent residents. It was established two years before the Mormons arrived.
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What was the name of the first settlement in New York?
Many assume that the first Dutch settlement was New Amsterdam, on the island know known as Manhattan. However, the Dutch established a trading post called Fort Nassau on the site of modern Albany in 1614. It did not last though. Their first permanent settlement was Fort Orange, which was also where Albany is today.
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What was the first town or city in the state of South Dakota?
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Where was the first settlement in North Dakota?
The first settlement by Europeans was at Pembina, North Dakota. In 1801, Alexander Henry, Jr., established a post at Pembina that became the center for an agricultural colony sponsored by the British crown. The first Native American settlements were along the Missouri River. The Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara lived in relatively permanent earthlodges near the Missouri River.
Where was the first post explorer settlement in Pennsylvania?