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The first permanent settlement in New England was?

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The first permanent settling occurred in New England in 1636.

Whilst there were many travellers and of course people in the area before, this is the one that is credited with being the first permanent settlement and therefore is the answer you are after.

Unless anyone else thinks or knows different?

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The first permanent settlement was at plymouth, massachusetts in 1620
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Date of comment: Fri, Jul 18th 2008

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