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Fort Caroline is the oldest fort in the United States. It is located in Jacksonville, Florida, on the bank of the St. Johns River.

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This is a vague question, but the first Spanish colony was in St Augustine Fla in the 16th century (1565). The first English colony was in Jamestown VA in the 17th century (1607).

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What was the first permanent settlement in America?

St. Augustine, Florida; a Spanish settlement.


Why is the Jamestown settlement historically significant?

Jamestown was very important because it was the first permanent English settlement in North America. It is America's birthplace.


The first permanent English settlement of the pilgrims in north America?

The first permanent English settlement of the Pilgrims in North America was the Plymouth Colony.


What was the first perminent settlement in America?

Jamestown


Where was the first settlement of North America?

it was in jametown


What is the first settlement in. America?

Jacksonville, Florida


Where is the First British settlement in America?

Jamestown


Where was the first french settlement in north America?

Samuel de Champlain established the first permanent French settlement in North America at Québec in 1608.


First permanent european settlement in America?

St. Augustine, Florida, a Spanish settlement.


What was the first Spanish settlement North America?

The first permanent Spanish settlement in North America was St. Augustine in what became Florida. It was established in September of 1565.


What was the name of the first english settlement in north america and what happened to it?

Jamestown was the name of the first English settlement in North America. The town was burned and the government was moved.


What was England's first permanet settlement in North America?

Jamestown was the first permanent English settlement in North America to survive. The settlement at Roanoke, Virginia was earlier and was intended to be permanent, but did not survive. no one knows why.