When did the salzburgers settled in Georgia?
they settled in savannah,i believe...
The Salzburgers and the Moravians were allowed to settle in Georgia.
The Georgia Salzburgers were founded in Effingham County after they were expelled from Salzburg which is now present day Austria. They were Protestant colonists who spoke German.
because they wanted to suck my balls
They were protestants who came for religious freedom.
To obtain religious freedom.
Salzburgers, Scot Highlanders, and the Moravians
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because they refused to embrace certain religious beliefs
when we the colony of Georgia settled
See the Web Link to the left for information and look under 'Lutherans in Georgia' within the link.
the British people settled in Georgia the colony
James Oglethorpe, and he settled it in 1756.
the people who settled Georgia were English Debtors.
Georgia was originally settled as a debtor's colony, kinda like Australia
Georgia was the final colony of the original 13 to be settled. This colony was settled in 1732 by General James Oglethorpe.
James Edward Oglethorpe settled Georgia, cause he wanted people of ever church to join his church
Ben Chevalier was here 9/23/09. Georgia was settled in 1756
jasmine cole settled their.
Gottfried Hecking has written: 'De praestantia coloniae georgico-anglicanae prae coloniis aliis ..' -- subject(s): History, Salzburgers in Georgia
He settled Georgia in 1764
Georgia was settled as a debtor colony. It was intended as a refuge for horribly mistreated prisoners who had been released with no way to support themselves.
Indians settled the state of Georgia until president Jackson forced them out to Iowa wich was called the Trail of Tears.
The last of the thirteen colonies to be settled was Georgia.
Georgia was a debtor's colony.
James Oglethorpe founded Georgia. The original colonists were english.
The last colony to be settled was Georgia. It was established in 1732.
Georgia ...Georgia is not a New England Colony.
in the year 1733
they were natives andpilgrahms
Mostley jews and muslams
When Georgia was first settled it could not have slaves, so from 1734 to 1751 there were no slaves in Georgia. After 1751 this ban was lifted.
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 was the last of the 13 colonies to be settled in the New World. It was last settled, but it was the fourth state to ratify the US Constitution.
Georgia and Virginia
Georgia was the colony settled by people who had been in debtor's prisons in England.
Georgia was settled because they wanted to give the criminals such as robbers and debtors people who will not pay their money to others) a second chance. Also it gave the Carolina's (It was one at first) a bumper or guard for their selves.
Georgia was one of the original 13 states that declared independence in 1776. It was first settled in 1732.
wasn't it a penal colony? Oglethorpe
"English Men" An Englishman named James Edward Oglethorpe settled the colony of Georgia March 12, 1732. It was the 13th colony of the original 13 colonies. During the Civil War (one of the most bloodiest wars of the USA) Georgia was one of the Confederate states.
A group of Englishmen, the main one being James Oglethorpe.
it would have not become a state
they origionally settled in georgia
Georgia was the last colony to be established, but I'm not sure if that is what you're looking for. I know that Georgia was a southern colony that was established to provide protection from Spanish Florida, and for a place for people to restart their lives. As far as I know, Georgia was the last to be settled by Europeans... sorry if this doesn't help :(
England colonized Georgia, since it was one of the thirteen colonies. Half of Georgia's settlement is not included into the original state, though. It is disputed whether France or England settled that half. The colony was named after the current monarch, King George I.
The southern colonies were settled by either the English, French or the Spanish. The deep south, from Florida to Louisiana were settled by the Spanish or French and going up the Atlantic coast from Georgia were mostly settled by the English. As a matter of fact Georgia is name for King George II, the king of England in the early 1700s.
new land i know that