Follow by email

Sign up to receive this newsletter and get special low genealogy discounts sent to your email.

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Revival of Trade

By 1826, 190,000 bales of cotton were shipped from Savannah. Merchants amassed wealth in cotton. Where earlier the lucrative crop was rice, now it was cotton. Some of the wealthy families in the city sought their fortunes in cotton.

"Find your Ancestors on Georgia Pioneers"
Digital Images of oldest Chatham County Wills dating from 1777 to ca 1860. Easy to view on your computer.
"Subscribe and view documents "

Brickwall Subscription

brickwallSubscribe to for 1 year - $122.00. This subscription includes free brick wall help with one of your Georgia Families. After you subscribe, please submit the issue here

eyes   Special Upgrade Bargain this month for Bloggers. Subscribe to 6 genealogy websites and get 18 months for $150 (rather than 12 months).
Click here to take advantage

No comments:

Post a Comment