• anonymous
Why were the earlier settlers in Jamestown not considered the founding fathers?
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  • anonymous
Earlier than what? The pilgrims in Massachusetts?
  • anonymous
Jamestown was settled in 1607 over 150 years before the troubles that led to the founding of the United States. By then is was a little backwater town of not much significance having been put on a swampy island. The people that founded Jamestown had next to nothing to do with the founding of the country.
  • matthewrlee
Because they were all women. Besides that, kantalope has the right answer.

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