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  7. But this did not heal the animosity; its rancor became contagious, and involved the people of the State almost to a man; nor did it end until both Clarke and Crawford were in the grave. Page 26. The history and consequences of this feud, and the two factions which grew out of it, would be the history of Georgia for more than forty years.

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