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Which most accurately describes expeditions and colonization efforts of explorer John Smith?

John Smith led the colony of Jamestown and explored the Chesapeake Bay.
John Smith led the first successful expedition to Australia, establishing an English colony.
John Smith led the first successful expedition to India, establishing the East India Company.
John Smith led the colony of New Amsterdam and explored the Hudson River.

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  1. Here is the answer:
    John Smith led the colony of Jamestown and explored the Chesapeake Bay.

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  2. What the hek is da answer

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  3. Thank you Karina :D

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  4. Read this paragraph and you will get the answer
    John Smith founded the colony of Jamestown and explored the Chesapeake Bay. John Smith was the captain leading colonists in the settlement at Jamestown. After settling Jamestown, disagreements with the Powhatan tribe would lead to the capture of John Smith. Original accounts state John Smith was treated well and was able to negotiate peace. After his release, members of the colony would capture the daughter of the tribe's chief, Pocahontas. She would eventually marry John Rolfe and move to England. John Smith continued to lead Jamestown until forced to return to England to report on the settlement.

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  5. Plagiarized from where??

    I hope "Alice" has the good sense not to copy and paste any of that.

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