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Monday, October 4, 2010

More on Georgia's Colonial Plantations

While nearby Carolina rice plantations thrived having slave workers, Georgians were a religious colony run by London entrepreneurs. They tried using indentured servants, but these hands suffered with fevers and frequently ran off. Those colonists who survived the first year added cattle and other farm animals, ultimately developing fishing and timber industries.

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