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Who settled the colony of Georgia?

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2010-04-29 00:21:38
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An Englishman named James Edward Oglethorpe settled the colony of Georgia March 12, 1732. It was the 13th colony of the original 13 colonies. During the Civil War (one of the most bloodiest wars of the USA) Georgia was one of the Confederate states.

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