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Savannah: Georgia's chief seaport;
first seaport of the South Atlantic; first Atlantic, second American cotton port; first naval stores port of the world. A brief sketch of her industries and institutions, lines of transportation by rail and water. Inducements she offers to the capitalist to invest in her midst, and to the manufacturere, artisan and mechanic to ply their trades and make their homes among her people.

APA Citation

Savannah Cotton Exchange., Bryan, E. F. (1884). Savannah: Georgia's chief seaport: first seaport of the South Atlantic; first Atlantic, second American cotton port; first naval stores port of the world. A brief sketch of her industries and institutions, lines of transportation by rail and water. Inducements she offers to the capitalist to invest in her midst, and to the manufacturere, artisan and mechanic to ply their trades and make their homes among her people. [Savannah]: Press of G. N. Nichols.

MLA Citation

Savannah Cotton Exchange, and E. F Bryan. Savannah: Georgia's Chief Seaport: First Seaport of the South Atlantic; First Atlantic, Second American Cotton Port; First Naval Stores Port of the World. A Brief Sketch of Her Industries And Institutions, Lines of Transportation by Rail And Water. Inducements She Offers to the Capitalist to Invest In Her Midst, And to the Manufacturere, Artisan And Mechanic to Ply Their Trades And Make Their Homes Among Her People. [Savannah]: Press of G. N. Nichols, 1884.

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