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Sunday, May 5, 2013

The Great Ogeechee River Settlers

The Great Ogeechee River played a major role in agriculture before the Revolutionary War and afterwards.  Planters from Augusta to Savannah built plantations along this river and its tributories. Alexander McGilvray, the (Scottish) Indian trader who fought for the British during the war owned land here. Also Governor Sir James Wright and others.

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