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In Georgia History

Treaty of Washington

In Washington, D.C., Creek chiefs and U.S. commissioners signed the Treaty of Washington.The agreement gave the U.S. permission to construct a road through the Creek Nation to run from Fort Hawkins on the Ocmulgee River (site of current-day Macon) to...
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In Their Own Words

Educate Georgians in Georgia Belief Expressed

One manifestation of sectionalism was a growing belief across the South that it was dangerous for young southern men to be educated in the North because they might be exposed to anti-slavery sentiment. One example of this belief was expressed...
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