People came to colonial Georgia because it was a fresh opportunity to get more land. It had great soil and the natives were much more peaceful and were willing to negotiate and such.
very good and Michael Jackson planted crops there.
The geography in colonial Georgia was similar to the geography of Georgia today. Rivers, lakes, and mountains along with access to the ocean were important. The warm climate and the fertile soil made it simple to grow food supplies.
William Stephens was the president of colonial Georgia
Savannah was the capital city of Colonial Georgia.
The geography of some parts of colonial Georgia was coastal plains with hills, while other terrains were forest regions. In other locations, the soil was fertile and the climate suitable for their cash crops of tobacco and cotton.
There were lakes; meadows; marsh areas; rivers; and hills. The soil was excellent for growing crops.
this is when colonial in Georgia settletde this is when colonial in Georgia settletde
The state soil of Georgia is Tifton.
The main exports of colonial Georgia were tobacco and sugar cane.
See related links below for colonial Georgia maps.
The soil in colonial Delaware was very fertile. Because of this, farming was a major industry. The main crops included grain, flax, rice, and indigo.
The land in Georgia in colonial times, is similar to the land in Georgia now
very good, perfect... I mean it was great
The house was made out of bricks
Approximately 2500 people resided in colonial Georgia.
Yes, Georgia traded with the Indians in Colonial times.
Colonial Georgia was in the southern colony. Right under South Carolina.
Delaware had rich soil and forests
yes it was< because they had rick good soil and alot of it. so of course it was successful. this is by a 8th grade too
Georgia had multiple plantations.
"Province of Georgia"
lots of kool things like treehouses!
Deseases, swamp lamp, hard life