Baptist & Methodist
The land for the college was donated by the federal government
Land was granted to all the southern universities
The college was a public university with free tuition to state residents
The college was established as an agricultural college to improve farming
Savannah, Augusta, Louisville, Milledgeville, and Atlanta
Waycross, Athens, Macon Savannah, and Dalton
Atlanta, Macon, Savannah, Augusta and Columbus
Clarksville, Albany, Atlanta, Macon and Savannah
Baptist and Jewish
Methodist and Baptist
Episcopal and Catholic
Episcopal and Methodist
It distributed Indian lands to new settlers
It administered voting and election districts
It established a method of counting population
It provided an organized system of collecting taxes
Georgia’s land lottery
Yazoo Land Fraud
Mississippi Land Fraud
Trail of Tears
Georgia wanted citizens to settle western lands, that were once Cherokee, and farm on them in increase the state’s agriculture
The state wanted to establish good relationships with the Indians through agriculture
The state wanted the people to introduce new crops
Georgia wanted to build a defense buffer between its settlers, and California
Head of the family
Widow (family head)= 2 draws
The statement is criticizing the land lottery.
The statement is criticizing the headright system.
The statement is supporting fact that the headright system is more fair than the land lottery.
The statement is explaining why slavery should be made illegal.
A woman whose husband was still alive and gave her a ticket for the land lottery
The daughter of a wealthy farmer who still lived at home with her parents.
A 40 year old man who had fought in the Revolutionary War.
A 16 year old boy who wanted to move off of his parents’ farm and start his own business.
Results of the Yazoo Land Fraud
Results of the Oconee War
Causes of the Yazoo Land Fraud
Reasons why Georgia wanted to declare independence from Great Britain
It was used as a disinfectant in surgeries
It separated the seeds from cotton fiber
It made farm labor less needed
It allowed many farmers to retire
It made harvesting cotton easier so that slaves were no longer needed
It made harvesting cotton more efficient and increased the state’s dependence on slavery
It caused many mills to close and go out of business
It made it harder for large plantation owners to make money
Cow milking technology
The speed and efficiency of the railroads
The amount of money that a conductor makes in a day
The long wait farmers had to get their mail
Cotton being transported at a slow pace
Politicians kept accepting bribes to move the capital
As the population of Georgia continued to expand westward, and farther from Savannah and the coast, the capital moved to be more centrally located
The Georgia Constitution stated that the capital should move every 5 years
The towns that served as capitals asked to no longer serve as the capital of the state due to the overwhelming number of politicians that flooded into their peaceful cities