Georgia Colony Culture?

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The culture of the Georgia colony was comprised of a subculture of the Southern United States and that of African slaves and Native Americans. The Georgia colony was founded in 1732 by James Oglethorpe and it began with the intention of little landholding and having no slavery.
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