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Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Executive Committee

After the war, the Executive Committee of the Georgia Council met regularly and conducted the affairs of the new State of Georgia. They paid close attention to details, recording notes, new laws, and activities, keeping Minutes and journals. The new business of Georgia was conducted in a thoroughly diligent manner and its proceedings are recorded in a series of volumes called The Revolutionary Records by Coulter.  Notes were made of the absence of certain of its members who were busy restoring their plantations and estates and requests that these absentees attending meetings was recorded in the minutes. Those present for the most part during the year of 1782 were: John Baker, Josiah Powel, Charles Odingsells, Thomas Washington, John McLean, Thomas Lewis, Peter Paris, James Martin and Daniel Coleman.

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