Excerpt from Savannah: Her Trade, Commerce and Industries, 1883-4: Manufacturing Advantages, Business and Transportation Facilities, and a Delineation of Representative Industrial and Commercial Establishments of the Forest City of the South; Historical and Descriptive ReviewMuch of our present greatness and future hopes we owe to the energizing spirit of Commerce. It has prompted to negotiations,...
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