SS8H2a Creating a Settlement in Georgia 2014 Brain

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SS8H2a Creating a Settlement in Georgia 2014 Brain Wrinkles Standards SS8H2 The student will analyze the colonial period of Georgias history. a. Explain the importance of James Oglethorpe, the Charter of 1732, reasons for settlement (charity, economics, and defense), Tomochichi, Mary Musgrove, and the city of Savannah. 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Teacher Info Whos & Whats Print off the Whos & Whats handout for each student. BEFORE the lesson, have students fill in the squares with what they think each term means. AFTER the presentation, the students will write down new (factual) information about each term. Check the answers as a class. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Whos & Whats Directions: BEFORE the unit, write what you think each term means. AFTER the presentation, you will write down new information about each term. What I think this means: Charter of 1732 Who I think this is:

Definition: James Oglethorpe Definition: Who I think this is: Tomochichi What I think they were: Definition: Reasons for Settling GA Definition:

What I think this means: Savannah Who I think this is: Definition: Mary Musgrove Definition: 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Directions CLOZE Notes The next pages are handouts for the students to use for note-taking during the presentation. (Print front to back to save paper and ink.) Check the answers as a class after the

presentation. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Settlement CLOZE Notes Oglethorpe James Oglethorpe was a wealthy, well-educated member of ________________________________. He was upset with the ________________________________that many of Londons citizens faced, especially those that were thrown in jail for debt. Oglethorpe worked to ________________________________________________________ for these citizens. In 1720, he began talking about creating a colony to _________________________________________________________ and unemployed. Oglethorpe asked King George II for a ________________________________________________________ in 1730. It was proposed that the new colony be called Georgia, in _________________________________________________________. Georgia

King George liked the idea because the colony would _________________________________________________. It would also serve as a ________________________________ between Florida (Spanish-controlled land) and the British colony of South Carolina. In ______________, King George granted a charter that created the ________________________________ and named Oglethorpe as one of the ____________________ that would govern the new colony. Charter of 1732 The Charter of 1732 outlined the ________________________________ Georgia: I. Charity: The ________________________________ could apply to move to Georgia. II. Economics: The new colony would send ________________________________ back to England for profit. III. Defense: Georgia would ________________________________ and other colonies from the Spanish, French, and Native Americans. Trustees Georgia was to become a ________________________________. The new trustees could __________________________________________ for themselves, but were allowed to give it to other people.

They could govern the colony for ________________________________, after that, the colonys government was to pass to the ________________________________. Colonists Oglethorpe interviewed hundreds of people, but only accepted ________________________________ to travel to Georgia. He only accepted people with ___________________________________________________________(tailors, carpenters, bakers, farmers, etc.). Many British citizens supported Oglethorpes venture by _________________________________________________. All colonists were given _______________________________________, tools for farming, and food to last for one year. In return, the colonists had to agree to _____________________________________________, not sell land, grow crops, and to _________________________________________________________. 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Settlement CLOZE Notes America On November 17, 1732, the ______________________________________________ with Oglethorpe and 114 other people on board. In ________________________________ , they arrived in America. Oglethorpe selected a ______________________________________________________________for settlement. The new city would be called ________________________________ . Tomochichi While scouting the new land, Oglethorpe met a group ___________________________________________ and their chief, Tomochichi. Oglethorpe did _____________________________________________ to occur between the Indians and the colonists. He wanted to __________________________________________ to ensure the success of the new settlement. Mary Musgrove

Fortunately for Oglethorpe, a ________________________________ named Mary Musgrove offered to be his ________________________________ . She served as interpreter for Oglethorpe from 1733 to 1743 and helped him _____________________________________________________________. Musgrove helped Oglethorpe and Tomochichi work together to establish a ________________________________ . Her ___________________________________________ to the founding of the colony of Georgia. Savannah In ________________________________ , Oglethorpe and the colonists ________________________________ beside the river for the new city of Savannah. The trustees hoped that Savannah would be a ________________________________ . They wanted the ________________________________ , the land holdings to be restricted, and ________________________________ in the colony.

2014 Brain Wrinkles Settlement CLOZE Notes KEY Oglethorpe James Oglethorpe was a wealthy, well-educated member of Englands Parliament. He was upset with the harsh conditions that many of Londons citizens faced, especially those that were thrown in jail for debt. Oglethorpe worked to improve the quality of life for these citizens. In 1720, he began talking about creating a colony to help the countrys poor and unemployed. Oglethorpe asked King George II for a charter of land in America in 1730. It was proposed that the new colony be called Georgia, in honor of the king. Georgia King George liked the idea because the colony would help England economically.

It would also serve as a buffer colony between Florida (Spanishcontrolled land) and the British colony of South Carolina. In 1732, King George granted a charter that created the colony of Georgia and named Oglethorpe as one of the trustees that would govern the new colony. Charter of 1732 The Charter of 1732 outlined the reasons for settling Georgia: I. Charity: The poor and unemployed could apply to move to Georgia. II. Economics: The new colony would send silk, wine, and indigo back to England for profit. III. Defense: Georgia would protect South Carolina and other colonies from the Spanish, French, and Native Americans. Trustees Georgia was to become a trustee colony. The new trustees could not keep any land for themselves, but were allowed to give it to other people. They could govern the colony for 21 years, after that, the colonys government was to pass to the ruler of England. Colonists

Oglethorpe interviewed hundreds of people, but only accepted 35 families to travel to Georgia. He only accepted people with skills to make Georgia a success (tailors, carpenters, bakers, farmers, etc.). Many British citizens supported Oglethorpes venture by donating supplies and money. All colonists were given 50 acres of land, tools for farming, and food to last for one year. In return, the colonists had to agree to defend the land, not sell land, grow crops, and to obey all of the trustees rules. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Settlement CLOZE Notes KEY America On November 17, 1732, the Anne sailed from England with Oglethorpe and 114 other people on board. In January 1733, they arrived in America. Oglethorpe selected a high bluff overlooking the Savannah River for settlement.

The new city would be called Savannah. Tomochichi While scouting the new land, Oglethorpe met a group of Yamacraw (Creek) Indians and their chief, Tomochichi. Oglethorpe did not want any conflict to occur between the Indians and the colonists. He wanted to negotiate fairly with Tomochichi to ensure the success of the new settlement. Mary Musgrove Fortunately for Oglethorpe, a part-Indian woman named Mary Musgrove offered to be his interpreter. She served as interpreter for Oglethorpe from 1733 to 1743 and helped him work peacefully with the Creek Indians. Musgrove helped Oglethorpe and Tomochichi work together to establish a peaceful relationship. Her contributions were critical to the founding of the colony of Georgia. Savannah In February 1733, Oglethorpe and the colonists cleared the land

beside the river for the new city of Savannah. The trustees hoped that Savannah would be a classless society. They wanted the houses to be similar, the land holdings to be restricted, and slavery to be forbidden in the colony. 2014 Brain Wrinkles SS8H2a Creating a Settlement in Georgia 2014 Brain Wrinkles Oglethorpe

James Oglethorpe was a wealthy, welleducated member of Englands Parliament. He was upset with the harsh conditions that many of Londons citizens faced, especially those that were thrown in jail for debt. Oglethorpe worked to improve the quality of life for these citizens. 2014 Brain Wrinkles James Oglethorpe, the Founding Father of Georgia

2014 Brain Wrinkles Oglethorpe In 1720, he began talking about creating a colony to help the countrys poor and unemployed. Oglethorpe asked King George II for a charter of land in America in 1730. It was proposed that the new colony be called Georgia, in honor of the king.

2014 Brain Wrinkles Georgia King George liked the idea because the colony would help England economically. It would also serve as a buffer colony between Florida (Spanish-controlled land) and the British colony of South Carolina. In 1732, King George granted a charter that created the colony of Georgia and named

Oglethorpe as one of the trustees that would govern the new colony. 2014 Brain Wrinkles 2014 Brain Wrinkles Charter of 1732 The Charter of 1732 outlined the reasons for settling Georgia: I. Charity: The poor and unemployed could apply to move to Georgia. II. Economics: The new colony would send silk, wine, and indigo back to England for profit. III. Defense: Georgia would protect South Carolina and other colonies from the Spanish, French, and Native Americans. 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Trustees Georgia was to become a trustee colony. The new trustees could not keep any land for themselves, but were allowed to give it to other people. They could govern the colony for 21 years, after that, the colonys government was to pass to the ruler of England. 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Trustees Appointed by the Charter of 1732 Seal of the Trustees 2014 Brain Wrinkles Colonists Oglethorpe interviewed hundreds of people, but only accepted 35 families to travel to Georgia. He only accepted people with skills to make Georgia a success (tailors, carpenters, bakers, farmers, etc.).

Many British citizens supported Oglethorpes venture by donating supplies and money. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Colonists All colonists were given 50 acres of land, tools for farming, and food to last for one year. In return, the colonists had to agree to defend the land, not sell land, grow crops, and to obey all of the trustees rules.

2014 Brain Wrinkles America On November 17, 1732, the Anne sailed from England with Oglethorpe and 114 other people on board. In January 1733, they arrived in America. Oglethorpe selected a high bluff overlooking the Savannah River for settlement.

The new city would be called Savannah. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Savannah River 2014 Brain Wrinkles Tomochichi While scouting the new land, Oglethorpe met a group of Yamacraw (Creek) Indians and their chief, Tomochichi.

Oglethorpe did not want any conflict to occur between the Indians and the colonists. He wanted to negotiate fairly with Tomochichi to ensure the success of the new settlement. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Tomochichi and Oglethorpe Yamacraw Indian Chief, Tomochichi, and his Nephew, Toonahowi. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Mary Musgrove

Fortunately for Oglethorpe, a part-Indian woman named Mary Musgrove offered to be his interpreter. She served as interpreter for Oglethorpe from 1733 to 1743 and helped him work peacefully with the Creek Indians. Musgrove helped Oglethorpe and Tomochichi work together to establish a peaceful relationship. Her contributions were critical to the founding of the

colony of Georgia. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Oglethorpe, Mary Musgrove, Tomochichi, and other Yamacraw Indians 2014 Brain Wrinkles Savannah In February 1733, Oglethorpe and the colonists cleared the land beside the river for the new city of Savannah.

The trustees hoped that Savannah would be a classless society. They wanted the houses to be similar, the land holdings to be restricted, and slavery to be forbidden in the colony. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Savannah City Plan, 1734 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Info GA Awareness T-Shirt Print off the T-Shirt handout for each student.

Front of Shirt: The students will design a t-shirt to help spread the word about the new colony of GA. The design should share reasons why GA is a good investment for England. Back of Shirt: They will write a persuasive paragraph that describes the shirts design and why donors should help fund the new settlement. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Georgia Awareness T-Shirt Directions: Help Oglethorpe spread the word about the Charter of 1732 and the new colony of Georgia. Create a t-shirt to try to get donors to help fund the new settlement by sharing the reasons why the colony of Georgia is a good investment for England. Explain your design on the back side of the shirt. Front 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Back Teacher Directions - Chart Print the Georgia VIPs graphic organizer for each student. Students will complete the graphic organizer while discussing the presentation. Check answers as a class at the end of the presentation to be sure that all charts are completed correctly. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Georgia VIPs Directions: Complete the chart below while discussing the presentation. Who is this? James

Ogletho rpe Chief Tomochi chi Mary Musgro ve 2014 Brain Wrinkles How was this person important to Georgias history? Illustration Georgia VIPs - KEY Directions: Complete the chart below while discussing the presentation.

Who is this? James Ogletho rpe Chief Tomochi chi Mary Musgro ve How was this person important to Georgias history? Wealthy member of the British parliament who wanted to help the countrys poor; came up with idea to send unemployed to a new colony in

America Asked King George for a charter of land and founded the first settlement in GA; worked peacefully with Tomochichi and the Yamacraw Indians Elderly chief of the Yamacraw Indian tribe He met Oglethorpe while O. was scouting for a place to build the settlement; he was open to a peaceful relationship with colonists; negotiated fairly with Oglethorpe Part-Indian woman who worked at a trading post

Agreed to be the interpreter for Oglethorpe & Yamacraw (Creek); helped him work peacefully with the Indians 2014 Brain Wrinkles Illustration Teacher Info Day Planner The students will imagine that they are one of the significant people from this lesson Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, or Musgrove. They will create a day planner (schedule) that outlines what they will be doing each hour of the day, from the time they get up until they go to sleep. Remind the students to think about what the person is known for and how he/she contributed to Georgias history when creating the schedule. 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Colonial Georgia Day Planner Directions: Imagine you are one of the significant people from this time period (Oglethorpe, Musgrove, or Tomochichi). Create a day planner that details what you will be doing each hour of the day. Start with the hour of the day you would probably wake up and end with the hour you would probably go to sleep. Include an entry for every hour between those two events. (*Think about what how/why the people are significant to Georgias history.) _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________

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_____________ _____________ 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Info A Can for Savannah Have the students create a can to commemorate the founding of Savannah (like the Coca-Cola cans that celebrate the Olympics). They should include symbols to represent Oglethorpe, Charter of 1732, Tomochichi, Musgrove, etc., in their design. In the textbox, they will write a paragraph about the cans design and how it is significant to the founding of Savannah. 2014 Brain Wrinkles

A Can for Savannah Directions: Design a can to commemorate the founding of Savannah, the first settlement in the new colony of Georgia. Be sure to include key people and events in your design (Oglethorpe, Musgrove, Tomochichi, Charter of 1732, etc.). In the textbox, explain your cans design and how it is significant to the founding of Savannah. Can Description: 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Crystal Ball Predictions Have students make a prediction about what life will be like in the Georgia colony over the next few years. Have them think about Oglethorpe & the trustees, Savannah, the Spanish in Florida,

etc. *This is a good lead-in to the next 2014 Brain Wrinkles Crystal Ball Predictions Crystal Ball Predictions What do you think life will be like in the Georgia colony over the next few years. (What happens to Oglethorpe and the trustees? Will the colonists like living in Savannah? Where are the Spanish?) 2014 Brain Wrinkles What do you think life will be like in the Georgia colony over the next few years. (What happens to Oglethorpe and the trustees? Will the colonists like living in Savannah? Where are the Spanish?) 2014 Brain Wrinkles Thank You! Thank you so much for downloading this file. I sincerely hope you find it helpful and that your students learn a lot from it! I look forward to reading your feedback in my store.

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