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        202: Colonial Georgia, Part I | Georgia Stories

        Georgia's economy has long been based on international trade. In the colonial days, Georgia was a major shipping hub for England. The products Georgia shipped out where ones based upon the state's agricultural and natural resources. What the back country settlers didn't directly need to survive, they would ship. That even included products directly related to allowing ships to sail, like pine tar, pitch, and rosin.

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