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georgia history


who granted the Charter? king george 2
when was the charter granted? 1732
who was it granted to? oglethorpe and trustees
who would rule the colony of Ga? for how many years? oglethorpe and trustees 21
who would rule the olony after the trustees? the king
wha was the 4 detials of the charter? 1. no trustees could hold land 2. no catholics 3. no laywers 4. common council would make decisions
who was james oglethorpe? founder of GA, and was from germany
explain: Charity economics defence religion -to help the poor -merkentile system -defend the clony from enemys -religious system
who was tomochichi? cheif of yamacraw tribe
who was mary mosgrove? colonys translater
how was savannah started as a city? great britian secured the site at yamacraw bluf. and it was the center of trade
what ship reached GA? anne
oglethorpes residence evidence? saint simons island
which battle occured on the island? bloody marsh