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Chapter 13 lesson1

Chapter 13 lesson 1

1.What was Goergias two branches? Legislative and executive.
2.How could a person receive land? Head right system and the land lottery.
3.Why couldn't the states pay of its debts? They could not tax the states.
4.How did Georgians make a living? Growing crops.
5.What did Georgia focus on the most (what was the key? Land and distribution of the land.
6.what kind of government was Georgia? unicameral
7.what were the main issues after the war? paying the states debts, rebuilding farms and buildings
8.what was the land lottery? soldiers who had fought for independence could receive their land for service
9.what was the headright system? when the head of a family had the right to receive 2 hundred acres of land plus fifty acres for every household member
10.what document first established the government of the united states? The articles of confederation
11.what were the functions of the confederation? defend the country, pay its debts,maintain relationships with other countries, and set postal service up for mail going between states did Georgia get money to pay its debt? Asked each state for money and got money from the sale of property confiscated from loyalist.
13.which branch held the most power legislative held more power the executive was very weak
14.what was the superior court in charge of? overseeing elections, controlling roads, providing aid for the poor
15.what was the confederation like? It was very weak and did not serve a big purpose
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