Who was the first governor of Jamestown?

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The very first performing governor of Jamestown was Sir Thomas Gates in 1610. However, he went back to England in June of the same year due to deprivation of resources at Jamestown. Lord de la Warr then took over control as the appointed governor
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Jamestown, Va., was the first permanent English settlement in the United States. It was founded in 1607 by a group of 104 people, as referenced by the National ...
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