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ch14 s1

based on guided reading chapter 14 section 1

acquiring land from the native americans created major political and economic issues.
georgia remained an agricultural state.
georgians supported the new constitution because of their desire for more land that native americans held inside the states borders.
in 1790, which city was the capital of the nation? new york city.
benjamin hawkins north carolina senator who became the agent for native american affairs in the south. charged with civilizing the native americans.
yazoo land fraud illegal land dealings involving private companies and the georgian government.
fraud the intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another person.
georgia granted land to settlers through the headright system.
lottery plan to win something on the basis of chance.
most georgians made their living by selling crops.
eli whitney inventor of the cotton gin
cotton gin short for cotton engine. a machine that removed seeds from the cotton boll.
cotton belt swath of land that had soil rich in nutrients for growing cotton. ran through the deep south.
cash crops cotton, tobacco, indigo, corn, wheat, and rice.
the poorest whites in georgia were landless.
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