How many of the 105 original colonists to settle at Jamestown, Virginia were female?

Women at Governor Harvey's Jamestown industrial enclave, c. 1630.  Detail from painting by Keith Rocco. National Park Service, Colonial NHP

Women at Governor Harvey's Jamestown industrial enclave, c. 1630.  Detail from painting by Keith Rocco. National Park Service, Colonial NHP

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National Park Service - The first settlers that established Jamestown in 1607 were all male. The settlers were directed by the Virginia Company of London, a joint-stock commercial organization. The company's charter provided the rights of trade, exploration, and settlement in Virginia. 

GOD, GLORY, AND GOLD: These were the forces that lured the first English settlers in 1606 to the new and untamed wilderness of Virginia. They carried with them the Church of England and the hopes to convert the Native Americans to Protestant Christianity.

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