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7 Exploration and Colonization of Georgia. Age of Exploration.

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1 7 Exploration and Colonization of Georgia

2 Age of Exploration

3 Spanish Claims in the New World

4 Division of the New World 1493 – dotted line – “Line of Demarcation” 1494 – solid line – “Treaty of Tordesillas”

5 English Claims in the New World

6 Spain comes to the Southeast

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8 First European Settlement in North America

9 Hernando de Soto Explores Georgia

10 Changes for the Indians in Georgia

11 De Soto’s Journey through Georgia

12 French Claims in the Southeast

13 Spanish Outrage

14 Spanish Missions in Georgia

15 England Comes to North America

16 England Comes to N. America cont’d

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18 Types of Colonies

19 England Creates Carolina

20 Carolina Colony

21 A New Colony on the Savannah River

22 James Oglethorpe

23 Georgia is Created

24 Georgia’s boundaries  See picture page 80 in your textbook!

25 Georgia as a Trustee Colony

26 Georgia as a Trustee Colony cont’d

27 Trustees restrictions  Colonists had to agree to the following:  Each man had to defend the colony  Land could not be sold or $ be borrowed on it  Had to farm land with seeds  Had to grow mulberry trees for silk  Had to obey all trustees rules and regulations

28 Arrival in Georgia

29 Life in the New Colony

30 Life in the New Colony cont’d

31 Salzburgers come to Georgia

32 Protecting the Colony

33 Trade Regulations with Indians

34 War with Spain

35 Battle of Bloody Marsh

36 Colony declines

37 Georgia becomes a Royal Colony

38 Georgia becomes a Royal Colony cont’d

39 French and Indian War and Proclamation of 1763

40 Colony Prospers

41 Slavery in Georgia

42 Slave codes 1770

43 Life in the Colony


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