Cherokee and the Creek tribe are the two native Americans in Georgia.
Georgia didn't really know about the native Americans
kylie interacted with the native americans.
it was native americans
Native Americans were already in Georgia before it was settled, or called Georgia. There were a number of tribes that lived in the area.
Georgia interacted in a poor way with the native americans. There were wars against them to take their land. Eventually all of the tribes were kicked out of Georgia.
The Native Americans gave land to King George the 2nd, which gave him more land to create Georgia.
The answer is creek
Most likely not.
Thinking the Native Americans would revolt, Georgia made forceful policies.
Colonists in Georgia had good relations with Native Americans. They were welcomed by the Yamacraws.
the native Americans that lived in pre-colonial Georgia were the Cherokee and the creek.
Basically it was greed.
Lots of people - Native Americans, whites, and slaves.
The native Americans built mounds.
Native Americans were in the area long before Georgia was named and created a state. They may have been there for 20,000 years or more; white people have been there for less than 500 years.
In 1732, James Oglethorpe "discovered" Georgia. How can you discover something if people are already there (Native Americans).
They both live in the wild/mountains.
yes, they definitely did
the role they played was thanksgiving!
The U.S. Army forced them to walk all the way to Georgia.
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