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Which statements describing the settlement of the English colonies in North America are accurate?

Choose all answers that are correct.

A.
The Puritans settled most of the region that is now called New England.

B.
William Brewster and William Bradford saw North America as a land where they could practice their religion without interference.

C.
The Jamestown colony almost failed because the settlers were unprepared to farm, hunt, or build permanent shelters.

D.
John Rolfe helped the Jamestown colony survive by teaching the colonists how to grow maize.

E.
Soon after Captain John Smith returned to England, Jamestown became prosperous and grew quickly.

Please try to be exact. This is multiple choice. Thanks!

2 Answer

  • I am going to go with A because I researched and that is the only true one hope it helps:)
  • Answer:

    A). The Puritans settled most of the region that is now called New England.

    D). John Rolfe helped the Jamestown colony survive by teaching the colonists how to grow maize.

    Explanation:

    As per the questions, options A and D correctly describe the settlement of English colonies in North America.

    The settling of Puritans in the region implies that the people of English colonies have not only settled there but also expanded their region which is now titled with the name 'New England.'

    John Rolfe helping the Jamestown colony to survive at the place by teaching them agriculture(how to grow maize, tobacco, etc.) demonstrates that English colonies in the seventeenth-century were attempting to survive and gradually establish themselves in the new place.

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