The First Seventeen Years, Virginia, 1607-1624

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Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corporation, Jan 1, 1957 - History - 118 pages
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A permanent settlement was the objective. Support, financial and popular, came from a cross section of English life. It seems obvious from accounts and papers of the period that it was generally thought that Virginia was being settled for the glory of God, for the honor of the King, for the welfare of England, and for the advancement of the Company and its individual members.

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It is so hard to believe all that these early settlers to Virginia had to endure to survive. Great to know that after all these years Virginia is still going STRONG, God Bless Her. Read full review

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