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In Georgia History

Carter Campaigned in New Orleans

Campaigning in New Orleans, Jimmy Carter continued to hammer away at President Gerald Ford’s economic plan, focusing on Ford’s proposed $10 billion tax cut, calling it a “boondoggle” designed to benefit the wealthy at other’s expense. Carter said “let’s look...
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In Georgia Civil War History

Letter Showed Unreliable Mail Delivery

A Georgia soldier stationed in Florida wrote home to his wife; this letter shows the unreliability of Civil War mail delivery. “… My Dear wife this is to inform you that yours came safe to hand I was vary glad...
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In Their Own Words

Whitefield Preaching Noted

Trustees secretary William Stephens noted the traits which would make George Whitefield one of the leading evangelists of his era: “… For Mr. Whitfield being a man of peculiar Eloquence in the Pulpit, had captivated his Hearers very much; and...
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