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Music I just love these maps I showed these to you at the end last time this is an English map showing Georgia it goes oh goes all the way to Mississippi they had no idea what was out there in fact this is this is the Chattahoochee and we know now the Chattahoochee cuts through Atlanta at an angle like this this is the Spanish map which shows you know Florida is real big the Caribbean is big the Spanish colonial parts are big and then Lake Erie is well there's a lake in here called like grand which is doesn't exist anywhere that I'm aware of and and in Lake Erie is somewhere just above Highlands North Carolina it looks like you know or Chattanooga they've collapsed the distance which tells you something about this area which will be the subject of part of the lecture today okay so Georgia is the last of these English colonies and in its initial projection it was a very it was very different from the others first it was the crown was more interested in this colony than in the others because of the Spanish presence in Florida and what they wanted was a military outpost that could defend the economically important port of Charleston and these plantations that are on these long navigable rivers going up through the Carolinas so they there was a military presence in in Georgia that was not it was more or less absent in Tidewater other parts of the Tidewater south now because it was the last there had been a lot of competition among a variety of people to create this colony here and one of the proposals was from a guy named Sir Robert Montgomery a nobleman who wanted to create in 1717...