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Colonial Georgia

James Oglethorpe Founded Georgia, Colony for debtors because of his friend Robert Castell, King wanted wealth and a defensive buffer against Spanish Florida
Charter of 1732 Set rules for colonists and established trustees, Didn’t allow lawyers, Catholics, liquor dealers and slavery, Required people farm a portion of their land for mulberry trees
Tomochichi Yamacraw Indian Chief who helped colonist survive
Mary Musgrove Translator who helped colonists communicate with the Yamacraw Indians
City of Savannah Designed by Robert Castell (possibly), 24 squares like famous cities in Europe
Salzburgers Austrian immigrants who founded Ebenezer and New Ebenezer, Left Europe because of religious differences with the Catholic Church, Protestant
Highland Scots Settled in Darien
Malcontents Settlers upset about not having slavery and the Charters Rules
John Reynolds 1st Royal Governor, Bicameral Legislature, Was kicked out for trying to run the colony by himself
Henry Ellis 2nd Royal Governor, Colony succeeded economically, Farms were more profitable and merchants increased selling goods, Had to leave due to illness
James Wright Improved Savannah’s defenses, Promoted large farms or plantations, Cash crops and slavery
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