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Study Guide- Colonization of Georgia
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_____ _______ led the trustees in obtaining Georgia's charter and colonizing Georgia as a place to help England's debtors have a new start in life
The date King George II granted the charter (official document) to begin the 13th British colony, to be called Georgia, was in the year of ____
The Georgia colony was expected to produce _____,_____, and _____ so that Great Britain would no longer have to import these items from France, Russia, and Spain.
King Georgia II hoped that the new colony would help bring economic prosperity to Britain The goal of colonial mercantilism was to bring a favorable balance of trade by _____ more good than were imported.
Another goal of the new colony was to be a military defense buffer between the ____ colonies and the _____ in Florida.
Twenty-one ______ were named responsible for the new charter colony of Georgia for a period of ____ years.
The trustees were not allowed to ow ____ in Georgia, hold ____ office, or make any _____ from the colony, following their motto, "Not for ourselves, but for others."
Each Georgia settler was required to use a portion of their land to grow _____ _____ in the hopes of producing silk.
The Savannah River,Altamaha River,Atlantic Ocean,Pacific Ocean
The original boundaries of Georgia were __ _____ ______ to the north, the _______ _______ to the South, the ______ _____ to the East, and the ______ _____ to the West.
This religion could not come to the colony.
This race could not come to the colony.
These dealers could not come to the colony.
These workers could not come to the colony.
The city of Savannah was designed by Noble Jones, William Bull, and James Oglethorpe and was divided into blocks with open town ____ in the center for social, political, and religious gatherings.
The chief of the Yamacraw Indians was named ____, and he gave the colonists land for Georgia's first settlement.
Oglethorpe trained a small _____, or citizen army, to defend the new settlement.
The ____ were German Protestants who came to Georgia seeking religious freedom and settled in a town called Ebenezer.
The Salzburgers were German Protestants who came to Georgia seeking religious freedom and settled in a town called _____.
By the time Georgia's charter ended, in 1752, about 1/3 of Georgia's population was made up of _______.
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