If the Spanish had written U.S. history books, you would know all about St. Augustine and its founder, Pedro Menendez de Aviles.But here we are, coming up on the 450th birthday of the founding of St. Augustine, and many folks think Jamestown or even Plymouth colony came first. St. Augustine was founded Sept. 8, 1565, late-comer Jamestown in 1607. The Pilgrims didn’t arrive until 1620.

Source: St. Augustine set to celebrate 450th anniversary | Miami Herald
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