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Who was the colonial leader who was responsible for the initial sucess of Jamestown?

Question asked by: knowitall

Ah, it is probably the good old John Smith that you are thinking of with regard to the initial settlers in the place that is known as Jamestown.

Interestingly John Smith is one of the most popular names there has ever been so there are hundreds of them out there which makes it quite difficult to remember his name as it is so unmemorable.

Nevertheless the answer that you are looking for is in fact John Smith.

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