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        211: The Rise of Modern Georgia, Part I | Georgia Stories

        After the Great Depression, the lives of average citizens began changing drastically. Thanks to President Franklin Roosevelt at the REA, rural farmers finally got electricity. In Dalton, Georgia, what started as a way for housewives to make some money grew into the modern carpeting industry.

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