A Good PLace to Live
Virginia was first colonized by England in 1607. The Virginia Company, a company commissioned and funded by King James for the purpose of colonizing in "The New World,"
to harvest it's riches, made a settlement on the coast of Virginia named James Town. Named after King James. And thus, the first English colony was made.
it is the most profusely populated place know for tobacco.
which is why James Town is a good place to live. If you work long enough on the tobacco farms, you will begin to see some of the money that was made selling it to other countries and you can live out the rest of your life with an everlasting supply of tobacco and a permanent home.