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Vocabulary Review H1/H2

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  • Q1
    garden cultivation; important to the Mississippian culture.
    manufacturing
    maize
    chert
    horticulture
    20s
  • Q2
    main crop grown by the American Indian living in Georgia before European exploration
    tobacco
    maize
    cotton
    wheat
    20s
  • Q3
    the last major prehistoric Native American culture in Georgia; known for being large scale framers and mound builders who traded throughout North America.
    Paleo
    Mississippian
    Woodland
    Archaic
    20s
  • Q4
    walls built of a network of interwoven sticks and covered with mud or clay; used by early American Indian cultures and European settlers to build thier homes.
    adobe clay
    wattle and daub
    tepee
    thatch and mud
    20s
  • Q5
    churches set up by the Spanish in hopes of converting Native Americans to Christianity.
    forts
    missions
    outpost
    friars
    20s
  • Q6
    Spanish Conquistador who led an expedition through the Southeastern United States; credited as being the first European in Georgia.
    Christopher Columbus
    Hernando De Soto
    Hernans Cortes
    James Oglethorpe
    20s
  • Q7
    the document that formally established the colony of Georgia; outlines the reasons for Georgia’s founding and the regulations set up by the trustees.
    Declaration of Independence
    Charter of 1732
    Articles of Confederation
    Proclamation of 1763
    20s
  • Q8
    someone who owed more money to someone/institution than they had.
    lender
    owner
    debtor
    creditor
    20s
  • Q9
    one of the reasons for Georgia’s founding, to help protect South Carolina from Spanish Florida
    charity
    economics
    defense
    philanthropy
    20s
  • Q10
    one of the three reasons for Georgia’s founding. The English hoped that Georgia would beable to produce wine, rice, silk, and indigo.
    charity
    economics
    philanthropy
    defense
    20s
  • Q11
    one of the three reasons for Georgia’s founding. James Oglethorpe and the trustees hoped to bring debtors and England’s “worthy poor” to the colony to begin new lives.
    philanthropy
    economics
    defense
    20s
  • Q12
    as the Chief of the Yamacraw Indians who befriended James Oglethorpe and allowed the English to settle on his land.
    James Oglethorpe
    Sequoyah
    Powhatan
    Tomochichi
    20s
  • Q13
    one of the 21 members of the trustees who established Georgia; only trustee to come to the colony and served as the de facto military and governmental leader of the colony.
    George Washington
    King George
    Tomochichi
    James Oglethorpe
    20s
  • Q14
    Creek Indian woman who served as the translator for James Oglethorpe and Yamacraw Chief Tomochichi.
    Nancy Hart
    Mary Musgrove
    Sacajawea
    Pocahontas
    20s
  • Q15
    - first planned city in the new world, oldest city in Georgia
    Atlanta
    Macon
    Augusta
    Savannah
    20s

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