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Bulloch History with Roger Allen - Early Georgia games horrify British visitors
roger allen
Roger Allen
In the early 1800's, visitors from the European continent were often aghast at the rough and tumble manner of Georgians. Charles William Janson wrote in his 1807 book “A Stranger in America,” of his experiences traveling around coastal Georgia. “Often have I, with horror, seen boys...intoxicated, shouting and swearing in the public streets...apeing their fathers, they smoke segars to so immoderate a degree.”
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