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        The Economics of War | Georgia Stories

        Northern commanders knew an effective way to cripple the Confederate Army was to cut off necessary supplies. At the beginning of the war, life in Georgia remained the same with most Georgians not directly affected. All that changed after the Union ships enforced a blockade of Southern ports and harbors.

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