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The Story Of Gerogia

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Erik Strickler

on 12 December 2016

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James Oglethorpe
Georgia was founded in 1732 by a social reformer and a military leader named James Oglethorpe.
Founding Georgia
Physical Features
Georgia is hilly coastal plains with plenty of forests.
The climate in Georgia is the hottest of the colonies, it is perfect for growing crops in the summer but in the winter it gets so cold it is hard to survive.
The raw materials in Georgia are things like fish, timber, wheat and lots of other plants.
Georgia's Economy
Georgia's trades and exports included tobacco, cotton, corn, vegetables, grain, fruit and livestock.
The jobs in Georgia were working in the house and cleaning or farming and if they were lucky they got to fish or trade.
Georgia's Location
Map of thirteen colonies regions.
by Erik Strickler
December 9, 2016
teacher: Ms. Huck
The Story Of Georgia
Georgia's Official Religion
The church of England was the official church in Georgia but Georgia was a religious free colony.
Georgia's Government
In 1755 Georgia was governed by royal charter. A royal charter is a document saying you are free but you are still under the influence of the king.
Georgia's Daily Life
The daily life in Georgia did not vary very much.
The daily life for the kids was the girls got no education and cleaned. The boys were home schooled and had to do the easy farm work.
The men did the hard farm work, fished and were to owners of the plantations.
The women also cleaned and made clothes and dinner.
Finally, the native americans were hunters and the women made clothes and cooked dinner.

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