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Aug 21, 2020

[Answer] Which state's first permanent settlement was named after Marie Antoinette?

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Ohio - “Let them eat cake!” could have very well been the motto of Marietta, the first permanent settlement in the part of the Northwest Territory which would become present-day Ohio. Settler Rufus Putnam, one of the Ohio Company’s early investors, chose a site along the Ohio River where it meets the Muskingum River (along the border with present-day West Virginia). They named it in honor of Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France, as the French allies were instrumental in the American Revolution. It quickly became a major trading center of the Northwest Territory and later Ohio. Today, Marietta is home to about 14,000 people and still retains its historic charm.:


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