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10 January, 09:27

What is the historical significance of Virginia's House of Burgesses? It brought leaders in to replace John Smith and restore order to Jamestown. It regulated the tobacco trade with England. It brought the first African slaves to North America. It was the start of representative government in North America.

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  1. 10 January, 10:40
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    It was the start of representative government in North America.

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    The James town company was a Joint-stock company that was founded to establish settlements in North America. They sent an expedition that was led by John Smith to create Jamestown in 1607. Jamestown was the first permanent and stable English colony in the Americas.

    In the beginning, Jamestown faced troubles such as Indian attacks, starvation, and disease, but all these were overcome by the colonialists. Tobacco plantations were established and the export of tobacco became the major item of profit and prosperity. Later the House of Burgesses was formed, it was a local council and representative body. It was important because it was the start of a representative government in North America.
  2. 10 January, 11:24
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    It was the start of representative government in North America is the answer
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