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People in colonial Georgia and the other Southern colonies made a living exporting tobacco, furs, indigo, rice and farm products. Colonial work was generally related to agriculture and farming, with top exports including...

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Winters in colonial Georgia were mild, but the hot and humid summers bred diseases, such as malaria and yellow fever. The warm weather and fertile soil supported year-round crop cultivation, according to Land of the Brav...

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The culture of Colonial Georgia revolved around slavery and agriculture. Georgia, which was part of the Southern Colonies, was the youngest among the 13 original British Colonies.

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People that lived in colonial Georgia included northern Europeans, Caribbean natives, Africans, people from the Mediterranean and some Native Americans. Georgia gained citizens from other colonies in the United States as...

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Colonial North Carolina's warm, humid climate was perfect for growing tobacco and rice, so most early settlers worked on tobacco and rice plantations, according to the North Carolina Business History website HistoryNC.or...

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Colonial Georgia was originally under a trustee system. The Board of Trustees served in humanitarian roles, and they elected 15 members, called the Common Council, to conduct business for the colony. The colony defaulted...

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Winters in colonial Georgia were mild, but the hot and humid summers bred diseases, such as malaria and yellow fever. The warm weather and fertile soil supported year-round crop cultivation, according to Land of the Brav...

www.reference.com/history/climate-colonial-georgia-d30275b802d7d86b