Georgia road map

Checkpoint #2

  • University of Georgia Founded

    University of Georgia Founded
    The University is the oldest and largest college. There are at least 36,130 people that go there.
  • Yazoo Landfraud

    Yazoo Landfraud
    After the Revolutionary war the Yazoo land fraud was very significant. After the war was to weak to defend the Yazoo land.
  • Missouri Comprimise

    Missouri Comprimise
    It began a rise between pro slavery and anti slavery. to keep peace they made a 2 part comprimise.
  • Cotton Gin and Eli Whitney

    Cotton Gin and Eli Whitney
    The cotton gin revolutionized cotton. It removed the seeds super fast.
  • Dahlonega gold rush

    Dahlonega gold rush
    The gold rush in Lumpkin county in 1829. No one knows whomade the first discovery of gold.
  • Worcester v Georgia

    Worcester v Georgia
    They thought that the Cherokee indians constituted a nation holding sovereign powers.the Cherokee still got moved from there home.
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    Trail of Tears

    Andrew Jackson's indian removal act forced indians to give up there land East Mississippi river.The Cherokee called the Trail of Tears because of the affect it had.
  • Compromise of 1850

    Compromise of 1850
    The compromise made California a free state. It made Utah and New Mexico a question of slavery
  • Georgia Platform

    Georgia Platform
    The Georgia platform was a instrument of averting crisis. They were trying to end slavery.
  • Kansas Nebraska Act

    Kansas Nebraska Act
    It was the most significant act leading up to the civil war. Entrepreneurs wanted to move to Nebraska but it was a territory where slavery was outlawed.
  • Dred Scott

    Dred Scott
    One of the most controversial acts leading up to the civil war. Dred Scott was a slave who lived with his owner as a free slave.
  • Election of 1860

    Election of 1860
    The republican Abraham Lincoln won. The democrat John Breckenridge lost.
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    Sherman's Atlanta Camaign

    During the Civil war the South faced against the North in a series of battles.the Souths goal was to capture Atlanta and destroy Tennessee.
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    Union Blockade of Georgia

    During the civil war the North tried to stop stop stuff from going to the South. In the early sixties the navy took position for the anaconda plan along the Souths coastline.
  • Battle of Antietam

    Battle of Antietam
    The two Generals Robert Lee and George McClellan fought over by the Antietam River. That day there was the bloodiest day with over 22,000 casualties.
  • Emancipation Proclimation

    Emancipation Proclimation
    It was a presidential proclamation.President Abraham was trying to end slavery , he thought it was abhorrent.
  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Battle of Gettysburg
    The battle of Gettysburg is considered an important engagement to the civil war. This was Robert Lee's second invasion to Northern territory.
  • Battle of Chikamaunga

    Battle of Chikamaunga
    The Tennessee army defeated a union force. The commander for union force was General William.
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    Andersonville Prison Camp

    For the Confederacy Andersonville held the highest prison population. It was also known as Fort Sumter.
  • Freedmen's Bureau

    Freedmen's Bureau
    The Refugee Bureau, popularly known as the Freedmen's Bureau. It provided food housing, and medical aid for schools.
  • Ku Klux Klan Formed

    Ku Klux Klan Formed
    The clan is called K.K.K for short and it was formed in Pulaski, Tennessee. The clan was formed by six confederate veterans.
  • Henry McNeal Turner

    Henry McNeal Turner
    He was a preacher and a politician .He was also the leader in the African American migration.
  • Thirteenth Amendment

    Thirteenth Amendment
    It says basically in section one you should not have slaves except for punishment by law.Section two says Congress shall have power to enforce this one law.
  • Fourteenth Amendment

    Fourteenth Amendment
    It says in section one that citizens of the united states live and no state can make a law other wise. the congress will enforce.
  • Fifteenth Amendenment

    Fifteenth Amendenment
    The amendment says in section one that people should have the right to vote. It also says congress will enforce the law.
  • Capital moved to Louisville

    Capital moved to Louisville
    After the British left the capital was moved to Augusta and then Louisville.While it was being moved they were building a city on top of the Oconee river