Monthly Archives: July 2020

“We ain’t Losin’…We Just Ain’t Had Our Knock Yet”

In the 1950’s, South Georgia was pretty much all farmland, except for the small towns where agricultural product processing and transporting were important parts of the economy. Field after field of corn, peanuts, cotton, and watermelons lined the roads and … Continue reading

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