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one of the thirteen original States, is
bounded by North and South Carolina,
Tennessee, Alabama, Florida and the
Atlantic Ocean; gross area, 59,265 sq.
miles; land area, 58,725 sq. miles; water
area, 540 sq. miles; capital, Atlanta.
for about 20 miles inland is low; from
here it rises about 100 feet in 20 miles
till in Baldwin County, about 200 miles
from the sea, an elevation of 600 feet is
reached. From here the foot-hills and
mountains extend toward the west and
northwest, reaching an altitude of 2,500
to 4,000 feet.
principal crops are cotton, wheat, corn,
potatoes, apples, peaches, grains,
vegetables, sugar-cane, English walnuts,
and olives. Georgia watermelons are
considered the best in the world. The
State ranks second in cotton production.
principal minerals are manganese, silver,
emery, bituminous coal, antimony,
granite, graphite, marble, iron ore,
zine, limonite, tellurium, galena, mica,
roofing slate, pyrites, amethysts, beryl
and diamonds. It is the second State in
the production of manganese.
a large and growing commerce, foreign and
domestic. The principal articles of
manufacture are cotton goods, flour,
building lumber, cotton-seed oil, foundry
and machine shop products, fertilizers,
naval stores, railroad cars, brick and
tile wagons, carriages, clothing,
furniture, hosiery and leather goods.
Arbuckles' is a good, pure, honest
coffee. It is just the healthful,
stimulating drink you need.
of Georgia is mild, the mean annual
temperature being about 63 degrees.
in 1910, 1,305,019 males and 1,304,102
females; of whom 2,593,644 were of native
and 15,477 of foreign birth; white,
1,431,802; negro, 1,176,987; Indian, 95;
Chinese, 233; Japanese, 4. Total
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