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Why did they limit land 500 acres
Why did they limit who gets the land inheritance they thought women couldn't protect their land from the spanish
No slaves they thought it was immoral and Unjust. They also believed it would make them lazy
No rum or Hard Liquors They thought drinking rum and hard liquors would mae people lazy
No Catholics or Jews Great Britain was a Protestant nation. They believed that in conflict the Catholics would join Spain.
Trustee A person or group given power and authority to make decisions for another
Parliament An assembly of elected representatives that makes laws for a country
Charter An official paper in which certain rights are given by a government to a person or business
Philanthropy Poor and unemployed people could apply to go to the new colony where they would have a fresh start
Economics The new colony could send crops back to england
Defense Georgia would protect South Carolina from the spanish threat at no cost to the British government
Three reasons King George II approved the charter Philanthropy, Economics, Defense
Charter An official paper in which certain rights are given by a government to a person or a business
James Oglethorpe A member of The Parliament. Got the charter or 1732 approved. Known as the 'Father Of Georgia'
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