History of Georgia

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History of Georgia

Depending on your race, you would only do work if you are african american. But it got banned in 1750.Citizens of Georgia supported slavery but James and the trustees banned it.Slavery is something bad and if you ever move to Georgia, support banning it.Georgia initially was a community of small farmers, but grew quickly in later years

Georgia is part of the southern colonies.

Who Founded Georgia?

People would move to georgia because it is close to water.Goergia has warm climate and has rich soil good for agriculture

Any one could practice religion except roman catholics.Goergia didn’t come for religious reasons.any one could practice religion except roman catholics.

James Oglethorpe founded Goergia in 1733 for a different reason . He wanted to give English debtors , or people who

Georgia

History of

The Church

The main church in colonial Georgia was the Anglican Church. The church constituted the most influential and largest congregation of Christians. It, though, was never the official religion of the state.

In Georgia the indian tribes were Cherokee, Creek, Hitchiti, Oconee, Miccosukee, Guale, Yamasee, Timucua, and Apalachee.

Slavery

Georgia initially was a community of small farmers, but grew quickly in later yearsTrade in the Georgia Colony used the natural resources and raw materials available to develop trade in Tobacco, cotton, rice, indigo (dye), lumber, furs, barrel staves.There was a triangle trade, where colonial america gives products to the British, the british give products to Africa, and Africa gives slaves to colonial America.

Catholics

Many colonies had an gathering of elected representative made laws.The government made the rules.The main church in colonial Georgia was the Anglican Church.

The Goverment

Indian Tribe

Why People Moved Yo Georgia.

Georgias Jobs


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