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Who had to walk the trail of tears? The Cherokees and the other tribes of Georgia.
Who crated the Cotton Gin? Eli Whitney
Millidgeville It was the fourth capital of Georgia
Louisville It was the third capital of Georgia
Augusta It was the second capital of Georgia
Savvanah It was the first Capital of Georgia
Atlanta It was the Fifth Capital of Georgia
What was the capital of Georgia called when there were train stations connected to it and was the gateway to the south? Terminus
Who won the Case "Worcester vs. Georgia?" The Indians/ John Ross and Worcester
Who strongly agreed to remove the Indians? Andrew Jackson
Who Wrote the UGA Charter? Abraham Baldwin
UGA Charter A charter that was established to give all people not just the wealthy to have free schooling.
SALMA Savannah, Augusta, Louisville, Milledgeville, Atlanta
Headright System It was the first land policy and gave free land to any free white males; It gave them 200 acres of land and an extra 50 for each family member/members
Yazoo land fraud It was the second act and allowed people to buy land for cheap and sell if for profit later on.
Land Lottery An event that allowed men to have a chance in getting a chance to win land. If they had a family they had two. If there was a widow then the widow could have 2 chances to win land.
land speculators People that bought land and sold it for a profit.
John Ross Chief of the Cherokees and fought for the act to be withdrawn; Was the lawyer for the Creeks
King Cotton A nick name that Georgia got because it was the number one leading cotton seller.
Railroads Train tracks put in a pattern for trains to deliver goods or for transport.
William McIntosh Was the Creek chief and betrayed the creeks so, he was brutally murdered.
Treaty of Indian Springs Left the creeks alone and was a treaty to not anger them which soon was reversed.
Cede To give up power or territory.
Cotton Gin A machine for removing the seeds from cotton fibers, invented by Eli Whitney
Dahlonega Gold Rush The Dahlonega Gold rush was the first gold rush in the U.S.A.
Indian Removal Act An Act that removed all native Americans out of the south.
Worcester v. Georgia The court case which John Ross won but Andrew Jackson ignored it.
Andrew Jackson The 7th U.S. President and was the caused the "Trail Of Tears"
John Marshall Served as Chief Justice and was the Judge for the Worcester v. Georgia case and he sided with the Creeks.
Trail of Tears A Americas disaster that was caused by Andrew Jackson it was also were 4,000 Native Americans died from harsh conditions and lack of food.
Created by: Patrick Yepez