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Thursday, November 7, 2013

The Altamaha

Atamaha River
The Altamaha River was in common usuage during the Colonial days. Sloops, flats, pettiway were ued to transport goods throughout the colony. Many references to the names of sloops used by settlers are found in the Colonial Records of Georgia by Candler. McIntosh County specialized in timbers and shipped them throughout the colony.  Genealogies and McIntosh and Glynn County records are found on Georgia Pioneers

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