Savannah, Georgia, On the Savannah River, c1900

Growing tensions between the British in South Carolina and the Spanish in Florida prompted a new English colony on the banks of the Savannah River. That colony would become Georgia. The river became the major conduit of trade for Georgia, especially after Eli Whitney�s cotton gin made cotton the cottage industry. In 1808, the first steamboat appeared on its waters, soon to become a ubiquitous sight along the Savannah River.


Savannah, Georgia, On the Savannah River, c1900

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