Witchcraft in Colonial New England

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Who was accused? Georgia Military Buffer north of Spain to protect northern colonies from Spain Philanthropic Experiment Also a rehabilitation center for prisoners and criminals James Oglethorpe Said the criminals were just desperate Goes to king of England to convince to start the colony and help the criminals Board of trustees to look over the rest of the colony Rules of the colony o You could not sell you land right away – you must try to make a farmer of yourself o You could not own slaves in Georgia, make the prisoners self sufficient farmers o Trade with the Indians was strictly prohibited. Oglethorpe did not want the Indians to get liquor from the prisoners for fear of conflict. None of these rules were easy to enforce. Philanthropic experiment failed Georgia as a military colony success It discouraged invasion for the Spanish It succeeded in protecting the northern colonies. Witchcraft
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