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Which behavior is an example of a delinquent behavior according to Georgia’s juvenile justice system?
a) stealing from a store b) refusing to go to school c) disobeying one’s parents d) running away from home
The main difference between an Trial Court and a Appealeate Court is
a) The appellate court reviews cases that have already been tried by the trial court. b) The appellate court only handles felonies. c) The Trial Court reviews cases from the Appellate Court. d) None of the Above
After the house of Represenatives approves a bill what part of the General Assembly receives the bill?
a) Senate and Bicameral b) Senate c) Governor d) Approval Committee
The leader of a committee is called a:
a) Chairperson b) Governor c) Speaker of the House d) Lieutenant Governor
Senator, supporter of the Georgia Platform, and Vice President of the Confederacy
a) Alexander Stephens b) Lincoln c) Jefferson Davis d) Henry McNeal Turner
The branch that enforces the laws is called the:
a) Executive Branch b) Legislative Branch c) Judical Branch d) Confederacy
In early colonial Georgia cotton was a labor intensive and expensive crop that was no profitable. Seeds in the cotton made production of the cotton difficult and hard to sell to large textile mills. The invention of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney tran
a) Cotton production was limited because of the seeds in the cotton. The Cotton Gin enabled farmers to separate the seeds from t b) Cotton production was based entirely on the slave trade, the Cotton Gin only made the life of the slave more harsh. c) Cotton producers such as Eli Whitney never discovered a way to separate Cotton from the seeds and the industry was sent to In d) Eli Whitney had his ideas stolen and he spent most of his life fighting in court for the rights to his invention.
His discovery of gold in Dahlonega would start the first Gold Rush in Georgia
a) Benjiman Parks b) John Ross c) Fernado DeSoto d) Eli Whitney
Developed a syllabary for the Cherokee, the only written language of indigenous people groups in Georgia.
a) Sequoyah b) John Ross c) Macintosh d) Paleo
Congress passed the Indian Removal Act in the early 1800’s. This declared that all Native American’s would be removed from Georgia and would be forcibly relocated to Oklahoma. Which leader fought for the rights and protection of the Cherokee?
a) Macintosh b) John Ross c) McGillivray d) Austin Dabney
Realizing the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation the Founding Fathers decided to draft a new constitution that had three branches of government, a legislature, executive branch, and a judicial branch. What Georgians where responsible for rep
a) Baldwin and Few b) Gwinnett, Walton, and Hall c) Reynolds Ellis and Wright d) Freedmen's Bureau
Betrayed the Creeks at the Treaty of Indian Springs. He would later pay for this treachery with his life.
a) Macintosh b) McGillivray c) Sequoyah d) John Ross
Fought for the rights of the Creek, sighed the Treaty of New York.
a) John Ross b) Sequoyah c) McGillivray d) Macintosh
Slave who fought along side Elijah Clarke at the Battle of Kettle Creek, he would be one of the first African American to receive land under the Headright System
a) Homer Plessy b) Austin Dabney c) John Ross d) Macintosh
Slave who fought along side Elijah Clarke at the Battle of Kettle Creek, he would be one of the first African American to receive land under the Headright System
a) Homer Plessy b) Austin Dabney c) John Ross d) Macintosh
Key militia leader at the Battle of Kettle Creek. This vicotory helped encourage the troops and provide much needed arms and munitions.
a) Nancy Hart b) Elijah Clarke c) Macintosh d) John Ross
The three men who sighned the Decleration of Independence from Georgia.
a) Reynolds Ellis and Wright b) Gwinnett, Walton, and Hall c) Reynolds Ellis and Ogelthorpe d) Baldwin and Few
Was credited with founding the colony of Georgia. His desire to help debtors in prision and form a new colony paved the way for the creation of Georiga.
a) James Oglethorpe b) Reynolds Ellis and Wright c) Gwinnett, Walton, and Hall d) Elijah Clarke
As the Malcontents fought for more rights and freedoms in terms of land, property, and economic expression the Trustee Period drew to a close. The end of the trustee period ended with the appointment of these three men, starting what is known as the
a) Reynolds, Ellis, and Wright b) Gwinnett, Walton, and Hall c) Elijah Clarke d) Austin Dabney
Which statement accurately describes the concept known as “states’ rights?”
a) It is the belief that the needs of the states should come before the needs of the nation. b) It is the belief that the needs of the nation should come before the needs of the states. c) It is the belief that the needs of the states and the needs of the nation should be carefully balanced d) It is the belief that the needs of the states should be clearly explained in a national constitution.
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