Oglethorpe and the Indians
James Oglethorpe, who founded the colony of Georgia and became its first governor, is shown in 1732 making peace on the site of Savannah with the chief of the Muskogee Indians, who presents a buffalo skin decorated with an eagle, symbol of love and protection.
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