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Colonization Ga

Madison Greene colonization

What year did Tomochichi die? 1739
What were the three purposes of Georgia's charter? Charity, economics, and defense
What was the church of England? Protestant
What countries were Roman Catholic? France and Spain
When did the trustees make Georgia a royal colony? 1752
What religion did the charter exclude? Catholicism
Why did the charter exclude Catholics? Because of the threat of Spanish Florida to the south
At the time of Georgia's creation, how far did it stretch? Coast to coast
What else happened in the year 1739? Britain declared war on Spain
Was Oglethorpe in Georgia when slavery was allowed? No
What river was GA's northern boundary at the time of its creation? Savannah River
When Georgia was created, what was the largest river on the coast? The Altamaha River
The Altamaha would have been what part of Georgia's border? Georgia's southern border
If Georgia still stretched from coast to coast, what would be the largest city? Los Angeles
When did Oglethorpe build Ft. Frederica? 1736
Where did the first colonists arrive? Yamacraw Bluff
When did the trustees vote to allow slavery in Georgia? 1750
Which of the three purposes of Georgia's charter was the least important to the king? Charity
What was a fourth reason for Georgia's creation? Religion
England saw the new colony as a home for who? Protestants
For how many years was the Georgia colony unlike any other American colony? 20 years
What kind of colony was Virginia? A joint-stock colony
What southeast colony was a royal colony? South Carolina
What kind of colony was Georgia? A trustee colony
When was GA's charter created? 1732
How many men were appointed as trustees? 21
For how many years did the trustees manage Georgia? 21
The trustees wanted to avoid conditions that led to what in England? Poverty and other problems
What were the keys to making Georgia a model colony? Strict rules on land and work and carefully selected colonists
Why did they use sermons, pamphlets, speeches, and news? To raise money
How many families were selected? 35
Were any debtors released from prison chosen? No
What did the trustees give the families? Land, weapons, tools, seed, food
What did the families give the trustees in return? They cleared land, raised crops, built houses and public structures, and followed the trustees' rules
How many figures are on the Colonial Georgia Seal? 3
In what year did the settlers sail from England? 1732
What ship did the settlers sail on? The ship Anne
Who was the translator for for Oglethorpe and Tomochichi? Mary Musgrove
How long did it take for the Anne to get from England to Charles Town harbor? 57 days
what colony promised to support Georgia? South Carolina
Created by: Madipie99
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