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A little history:

Population per 2012 census- 9,919,945

Georgia was admitted to the Union as the 4th state on January 2nd 1788.

The Georgia General Assembly has never adopted an official motto as such. However, in 1799, when the legislature adopted a new state seal, it provided for an arch containing the word "Constitution" supported by three pillars. The legislation specified that the three pillars represented the three branches of government. Appearing on a banner that encircling the three pillars were the words "Wisdom," "Justice," and "Moderation"--with each word associated with one pillar. This later led one historian to conclude that "Wisdom" was to apply to the legislative branch in making the laws, "Justice" to the judicial branch in their decisions, and "Moderation" to the executive branch to administer laws in moderation.

Known as the Peach State, Hmm nothing like eating a ‘just picked’ Georgia peach.

Today Georgia has a strong Republican presence. There exist highly populated counties that are 'Blue' therefore let's work together to keep GA 'Red'.


To read about Georgia history the following links are suggested:

Prehistory and European Exploration

Colonial and Revolutionary Georgia

Civil War and Reconstruction

The "New South" and Populism

Georgia was the 5th state to secede and she was the last to be readmitted.





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