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        Back Country Settlers | Georgia Stories

        In the early 1760s, the area north and west of Georgia's coast previously inhabited by Native Americans was opened up for settlement. It was a wilderness where few whites lived. To colonists living in Savannah, the back country seemed like a very distant frontier. The people who moved into the back country had to be self-reliant, determined, and strong to survive.

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