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Chapter 13 Section 1

Georgia under the Confederation Government

What kind of problems did the people have with the Articles of Confederation? They faces problems with money, trade, and relationships with other countries and with the Native Americans.
What were the people trying to solve with the state's rebuilding? They were trying to solve the state's problems with finances, land, and Native Americans.
What was the way the government was operated? The government was operated with the Articles of Confederation.
What were the main functions of the Confederation government? The main functions were to defend the country, pay its debts, settle arguments between states, maintain relationships with other countries, and set up a postal service for mail going between the states.
Which court in each county was the major institution of county government, overseeing elections, controlling roads, and providing aid for the poor? The superior court was the main institution of county government.
__________ was still the most important issue for most citizens. Land
The personal wealth of most Georgians was in _____, not _______. land; cash
True/False Georgia permitted the return of Loyalists who had most actively opposed the Patriot cause. False Georgia did not permit the return of the Loyalists who had most actively opposed the Patriot cause,
True/False Loyalists who either did not want to return or whose return applications were rejected lost their property. True
Definition Soldiers in both the state militia and the Continental army, including those from other states who had fought for independence in Georgia, could receive land for their service. bounty grant
During the Revolutionary War, to settle disputes among themselves over the land claims west of the ___________, the states north of the __________ River gave up their claims. Appalachians; Ohio
How long was Augusta the capital of Georgia? Augusta was the capital of Georgia for ten years.
Georgia came under increased pressure to get more land from the _______. Indians
Although Georgia hoped to gain new land wanted to do it without causing major _______ with the ________ _________. conflict; Native Americans
At a meeting at Long Swamp in October 1782, the Cherokee agreed to give up land _______ of the Savannah River and the _____ and west of the Tugalo River. west; south
The Confederation government was _______ and not much help. weak
True/False The Patriots had printed money during the was, the money had much value, and the people were able to buy good with it. False The Patriots had printed money, but it had little value and they were not able to buy goods with it.
True/ False The Confederation as a whole also had debts from the war. True
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