Earlier this week I decided to trek down to check out Darien, Georgia. It is an old maritime town settled by Scottish Highlanders in 1736. It was one of the largest ports on the East coast at one time – its largest exports being cotton and lumber. For that reason it was a target to union forces during the Civil War. Darien sits on the mouth of the Altamaha River about 50 miles south of Savannah.
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