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1. What was unusual about the people who made up the population of St. Augustine, Florida, in the early 1800s?

A. Most people who settled in St. Augustine in the early 1800s were Cubans who were escaping from an autocratic government.

B. Seminole raiders and slaves who had joined their cause made up the majority of the population of St. Augustine in the early 1800s.

C. In the early 1800s, St. Augustine was declared "Indian Territory" and was home to the Seminole tribes who had been removed from their lands.

D. Many different ethnicities made up the population of St. Augustine including Spanish, free African Americans, Seminole Indians, and Europeans.

is it d

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  1. Yes, D is correct.

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  2. I agree. But the answer is strange in that Spain is part of Europe. I think they mean Spanish (who founded the city) and OTHER Europeans.

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  3. thanks reed and tia

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  4. Just in case anyone was debating the credibility and legitimacy of this answer, in the Lesson 06.04 (the one the question is based on) it states:

    "People from many diverse backgrounds live and trade here—Spanish, free African Americans, Seminoles, Europeans, you name it!"

    Good luck friends!!!

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