2Write out questions and answers: What would you do with the “overcrowding” problem in prisons today? Who (if anyone) should be given a fresh start in life?
3GPS SS8H2 The student will analyze the colonial period of Georgia’s history. SS8H2a Explain the importance of James Oglethorpe, the Charter of 1732, reasons for settlement (charity, economics, and defense) Tomochichi, Mary Musgrove, and the city of Savannah.SS8G1d Evaluate the impact of climate on Georgia’s development.
4Essential questions*What persons were instrumental in the establishment of the Georgia colony and why?*What goods and materials did the English king and the Georgia trustees feel that the Georgia colony could provide England?
5Purpose for the establishment of the Georgia colony in 1732 A Purpose for the establishment of the Georgia colony in A. Provide debtors a fresh start B. Obtain more economic power C. Buffer zone against Spanish and French D. Religious freedom
6Georgia Charter of 1732 A. Who were restricted. 1. Catholics 2 Georgia Charter of A. Who were restricted? Catholics Slaves Liquor dealers (rum) Lawyers
7B. Limits placed on Trustees 1. Could not own land in Georgia 2 B. Limits placed on Trustees Could not own land in Georgia Could not hold office in colony Could not make profit from colony
8Items promised to colonists 1. 50 acres of land and free passage 2 Items promised to colonists acres of land and free passage 2. Provide tools and food for one year acres (and allow to bring 10 servants) if one can pay the way to Georgia.
9Regulations and Responsibilities of the. Colonists 1 Regulations and Responsibilities of the Colonists Males must serve in militia Could not sell land Tools and seeds provided must be used on land given Grow mulberry trees for silk Obey all regulations of Trustees
10III. Products England hoped to obtain. from Georgia A. Silk B III. Products England hoped to obtain from Georgia A. Silk B. Cotton dyes C. Wines
11Roles of significant people or objects A Roles of significant people or objects A. John Oglethorpe —founder of colony and unofficial leader B. Trustees—group of 21 Englishmen responsible for establishing And managing the new colony of Georgia C. Charter of 1732 –legal document that designated special rights and privileges to Trustees
12D. John and Mary Musgrove –. interpreters who helped Oglethorpe D. John and Mary Musgrove – interpreters who helped Oglethorpe conduct business with Native Americans E. Chief Tomochichi – chief of the Yamacraw tribe who helped first colonists F. Savannah– First settlement of Georgia colony and first planned city in America
13Draw the boundaries of the land given to the Trustees under the Charter of 1732
14Questions for Video Clip on “Colonial Evening News” Who exactly were the first settlers in the Georgia colony?What was the climate like in Savannah?How many colonist died the first year of the colony’s existence? And why?Why were some colonist unhappy with the Trustees?What threatened the security of the Georgia colony?