Early American History Famous Georgians: Question Preview (ID: 13045)


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Invented the Cherokee syllabary (written language)
a) John Ross b) William McIntosh c) Sequoyah d) Alexander McGillvray
Creek chief who was murdered by his people for selling the Creek's last lands to GA
a) John Ross b) William McIntosh c) Sequoyah d) Alexander McGillvray
Cherokee chief who would not cede land to the government and was removed on the Trail of Tears
a) John Ross b) William McIntosh c) Sequoyah d) Alexander McGillvray
Creek chief who fought to keep his land but eventually ceded to President Washington
a) John Ross b) William McIntosh c) Sequoyah d) Alexander McGillvray
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who ruled in favor of the Cherokees in Worcester vs. GA
a) John Ross b) John Marshall c) Andrew Jackson d) Abraham Baldwin
President who would not help the Cherokees keep their land
a) John Ross b) John Marshall c) Andrew Jackson d) Abraham Baldwin
GA's signers of the U.S. Constitution
a) Gwinnett, Hall, Walton b) Few, Baldwin c) Ross, McIntosh d) Jackson, Marshall
Cast a vote that led to the Great Compromise, served as 1st president of UGA
a) Abraham Baldwin b) John Ross c) John Marshall d) William Few
GA Congressman who did not support secession but became VP of the Confederacy
a) William T. Sherman b) Alexander Stephens c) Jefferson Davis d) Abraham Lincoln
Union general who led the Atlanta Campaign and March to the Sea leaving much destruction in GA
a) William T. Sherman b) Alexander Stephens c) Jefferson Davis d) Abraham Lincoln
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