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Georgia History
The Colonial Period of Georgia
Exploring the Charter of 1732
By. Clarice Shaw
About the author...

My name is Clarice Shaw. I have a BA in history, and I am currently pursuing a Masters in the Art of Teaching. I would like to teach high school history and later become an Instructional Coach or an Assistant Principal.
James Oglethorpe, famous for conducting a parliamentary investigation into the conditions of London prisons, exercised a leading role in the movement to establish the new colony.
Table of Contents

Page 1.....Learning Objectives

Page 2....Colonial Period of Georgia

Page 3....Charter of 1732

Page 4....Picture of Georgia map in 1732 (charter division)

Page 5....James Oglethorpe and his relationship with Tomochichi, and Mary Musgrove and establishing Savannah at Yamacraw Bluff.

Page 6....Picture of Savannah in 1732

Page 7....The Royal Colony & The Trustee Period

Page 8....Picture of members of the board during The Trustee Period
Learning Objectives:

1. Analyze the colonial period of Georgia’s history.
2. Explain the importance of the Charter of 1732 and the reasons for the settlement.
3. Analyze the relationship between James Oglethorpe, Tomochici, and Mary Musgrove and how the city of Savannah was established at Yamacraw Bluff.
4. Explain Georgia’s transition from a royal colony and the significant role the Jews, Salzburgers, Highland Scots, and Malcontents played during the trustee period.