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ch13 s2

based on guided reading chapter 13 section 2

the culture that thrived in coastal areas centered around rice.
some cash crops are corn, indigo, cotton, rice.
at the time, savannah was the only area large enough to be considered a city.
georgians were also concerned about education.
the academy of richmond county was the first public school established in the state.
before the revolution, colleges were private.
the only college in the south before the revolution was william and mary college in virginia.
the william and mary college of virginia was established by the anglican church.
the gazette of the state of georgia was operated by james johnston, a former loyalist who was allowed to return to georgia because they needed a printer.
other prewar religions remained in georgia.
some religions prominent in georgia include episcopalian, baptist, methodist, and presbyterian denominations.
andrew bryan was a black slave who became the first black pastor. was baptized and began preaching in 1782.
reverend abraham marshall was a baptist minister who ordained andrew bryan in 1788.
the constitution of 1777 stated that anglicans were no longer a government-sponsored religion.
after the war, former anglicans separated from the church of england and became the episcopal church
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