New Viewpoints in Georgia History

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Abercorn, early settlement, 65; represented in Assembly, 121
Acton, early settlement, 121
Adams, John, defends bicameral legislature, 176
Albany Conference of 1754, 198 Altamaha River, southern boundary of Colony, 53; Trustees order settlement on abandoned, 93; fort on, 95
Anglican Church, established in Georgia, 128
Annapolis Convention of 1786, 207
Articles of Confederation, 202-206
Assistants to President, provided in 1741, 87; duties of, 88
Associates of Dr. Bray, origin of, 15-16, 21; relation to the Trustees of Georgia, 21-23
Attorney General, under Royal Government, 127
Augusta, founded, 65; represented in Assembly of 1751, 99; Indian trade, 102; representation in Royal Assembly, 121; made seat of Whig Government, 194, 223, 224, 226, 229
Augusta Chronicle, 231
Bailiffs, 64; made Assistants to President, 88
Baldwin, Abraham, a delegate to the Federal Convention, 210, 214- 19; visits Ezra Stiles, 219-20
Belcher, William, member of Convention of 1776-77, 170
Bill of Rights, in Constitution of 1777, 172-74
Bishop of London, authority in Colony, 118-19
Bloody Marsh, Battle of, 96
Board of Trade, mentioned, 45, 58, 104, 106, 107; devises plan of government for Georgia, 109; description of, 110-13
Bolzius, John Martin, leader of Salzburgers at Ebenezer, 67
Bonham's Case, 157
Bosomworth, Thomas, complaints against, 102
Boston Tea Party, 150
Bray, The Reverend Thomas, philanthropic work of, 14-15; see also the Associates of Dr. Bray
Briggs, Isaac, Secretary of Convention on Federal Constitution, 223n., 224
Brownson, Nathan, member of Convention on Federal Constitution, 223
Bryce, Lord James, quoted, 157, 172
Bryan, Jonathan, opposes Townshend Duties, 148
Bulloch, Archibald, speaker of House, 149; leader in Revolutionary movement, 151; elected delegate to Second Continental Congress, 153, 155; first President, 162; calls constitutional convention, 166, 168
Bunker Hill, Battle of, 156
Burke County, created, 178n.
Burrington, Thomas, Clerk of Assembly, 117
Butler, Elisha, Assistant Justice, 117
Camden County, Created, 179n.
Cape Bluff, early settlement, 65
Carteret, George, Lord, surrenders rights to Georgia territory, 54
Castell, Robert, a friend of Oglethorpe dies in prison, 11
Catholics, discriminations against, 56, 122, 128, 181

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I- The Genesis of Georgia 3
  • Chapter II- The Execution of a Trust 51
  • Chapter III- A Model Royal Colony 106
  • Chapter IV- The Revolution 134
  • Chapter V- Early State Government 157
  • Chapter VI- The Federal Union 196
  • Bibliography 237
  • Index 249
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