In the early 1600s, English colonists in Jamestown based their laws and government onSpanish customs.

English customs.

Powhatan customs.

Plymouth Plantation customs.


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They based their laws on english customs. the answer is b



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The correct answer is B) English customs.

In the early 1600s, English colonists in Jamestown based their laws and government on English customs.

The Jamestown colony in Virginia was settled in 1607. It was named Jamestown after King James I. There were 104 people that arrived at the new American territory because at that time and chose that place because it was surrounded by three rivers. The Virginia Company was in charge of the settlement. That is why people from the new colony based their laws and government on English customs.


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