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Province of Georgia - Wikipedia
The Province of Georgia (also Georgia Colony) was one of the Southern colonies in British America. It was the last of the thirteen original American colonies ... More »

Georgia Colony Facts - SoftSchools


The Georgia Colony was one of the Southern Colonies which also included the Maryland Colony, the Virginia Colony, the North Carolina Colony and the South ...

Georgia Colony *** - Colonial America


Check out this site for facts about the Georgia Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the Georgia Colony. Fast facts about the ...

Facts about the 13 Colonies *** - Colonial America


Facts and information from the Facts about the 13 Colonies. ... Colonies were established as Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.

Interesting Facts About the Colony of Georgia | Our Everyday Life


In 1733, Georgia became the last of the original 13 British colonies in North America, established nearly 50 years after New Hampshire. The land was named for ...

Georgia Colony Facts - The History Junkie


Georgia colony was founded by James Oglethorpe and was the last of the 13 original colonies. It would send two delegates to the Continental Congress.

Georgia fun facts


Georgia fun facts - How did Georgia get its name - top 10 interesting Georgia fun ... Oglethorpe wanted to use the colony as a place for prisoners who could not ...

All About the Colony of Georgia: History and Important Facts - Buzzle


Sep 13, 2016 ... The colony of Georgia was one of the first states to join the American Union, and the last British colony to be founded in America. Buzzle will tell ...

The 13 American Colonies: Georgia - Social Studies for Kids


The 13 Colonies of America. Georgia. Founded: 1732 by James Oglethorpe and others. Major Industry: Agriculture (indigo, rice, sugar). Major Cities: Savannah.

A Brief History of the Georgia Colony, 1732-1743 - Celebrate Boston


A brief history of the Colony of Georgia, including the famous story of James Oglethorpe meeting peacefully with the Indians.