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Colonization Charter of 1732 The Economy PeopleVocabularySettlers Final Wrap-Up 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points
What was James Oglethorpe’s main reason for settling Georgia?
After Georgia became a colony, how many colonies did Britain have?
Why were the poor chosen to settle Georgia?
They were deserving.
Who proposed the establishment of a colony, the Margravate of Azilia, west of the Savannah River?
Sir Robert Montgomery
What group was denied freedom of religion by the Georgia Charter?
Between what two rivers was Georgia to be built?
Savannah and Altamaha
What were three groups of people who were banned from living in Georgia?
Blacks, liquor dealers, and lawyers
How much land was given to charity colonists?
What happened to the land if the owner died?
It went to a male heir or if, there was none, it was returned to the trust.
How long was Georgia to be under the control of the trustees?
21 years (until 1753)
From which European country did the Salzburgers come?
Why did the Salzburgers abandon their original settlement at Ebenezer?
The land was marshy.
Along what river did the Highland Scots settle?
Why were the Highland Scots recruited to settle in Georgia?
They were fierce warriors.
What group of German settlers were members of the Unity of Brethren?
Why were the settlers required to plant mulberry trees?
To produce silk
Where was the center of trade with the Indians for deerskins and beaver fur?
What was the result of the end of the restrictions on land ownership?
The growth of plantations and slavery
What two items were outlawed by the new land laws of 1736?
Rum and slavery
What was Britain’s economic policy during this period?
Who was James Oglethorpe’s secretary?
Who did Oglethorpe befriend before settling Yamacraw Bluff?
Who acted as Oglethorpe’s interpreter at Yamacraw Bluff?
Who drew up the original plans for Savannah?
Who was the leader of the Salzburgers?
John Martin Bolzius
What is a “proprietor?”
What is the economic policy that “promotes a favorable balance of trade by having colonies exist to help the mother country?”
What is the name for a “person who holds responsibility and acts on behalf of others?”
What is the name for a “person, group, or country that joins with another for a common interest?”
What is another name for a “complainer?”
Make your wager
What were the three main reasons for the settlement of Georgia?
Charity (to give the poor a better life) Military (to serve as a buffer between South Carolina and Florida Economic (to grow new crops that England could not produce)