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Notes and observations, on the pine lands of Georgia, shewing the advantages they possess, particularly in the culture of cotton. Addressed to persons emigrating, and those disposed to encourage migration to this state. Together with a plan of emigration, for their immediate settlement. To which is added a geographical sketch of the state of Georgia, with a comparative view of the population of 1791, and 1800, and the exports of the years 1791 & 1800

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Creator: Sibbald, George, of Augusta
Title: Notes and observations, on the pine lands of Georgia, shewing the advantages they possess, particularly in the culture of cotton. Addressed to persons emigrating, and those disposed to encourage migration to this state. Together with a plan of emigration, for their immediate settlement. To which is added a geographical sketch of the state of Georgia, with a comparative view of the population of 1791, and 1800, and the exports of the years 1791 & 1800
Date: 1917
Subjects: Georgia--Description and travel | Georgia--Emigration and immigration | Georgia
Contributors: University of California Libraries
Original Material: Sibbald, George, of Augusta. Notes and observations, on the pine lands of Georgia, shewing the advantages they possess, particularly in the culture of cotton. Addressed to persons emigrating, and those disposed to encourage migration to this state. Together with a plan of emigration, for their immediate settlement. To which is added a geographical sketch of the state of Georgia, with a comparative view of the population of 1791, and 1800, and the exports of the years 1791 & 1800, Tarrytown, N.Y. : Reprinted, W. Abbatt, 1917, University of California Libraries.
Persistent Link to Item: http://www.archive.org/details/pinelands00sibbrich

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