• The archeological remains of Fort Frederica

    Fort Frederica

    National Monument Georgia

Other Resources

The following online resources include primary resources such as diaries and letters, as well as essays and interactive history sites.
 
"An Introducation to James E. Oglethorpe" by Scott White
 
Oglethorpe's: "An Account of the Provinces of South Carolina and Georgia" 1732.
 
Percival (aka Lord Egmont) was one of the more active members of the Georgia Trustees.
 
Visit this site to learn about the British Army during the 18th century. Join up and "experience" life as an infantryman.
 
Link to Colonial Williamsburg's clothing history and online activites.
 
Link to Colonial Williamsburg's "Kid's Zone" with online activities, puzzles, and games.

Did You Know?

soldier of the 42nd regiment of foot

Frederica's soldiers manned posts along the coast of Georgia including forts at Darien and on Cumberland Island. Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia