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24 January, 17:18

Which path did the De Soto expedition take through Georgia in 1540? Question 3 options: A) It entered Georgia from the north by crossing the Savannah River, and journeyed southward through the state for Florida on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. B) It entered Georgia from the west in Alabama and journeyed northeastward until crossing into Tennessee, only later to reenter from South Carolina and move southward to Florida. C) It entered Georgia from the south in Florida and journeyed northeastward until leaving the state by crossing the Savannah River, only later to reenter from Tennessee and move southward to Alabama. D) It entered Georgia from the southwest by crossing the Chattahoochee River and journeyed northward until leaving the state for South Carolina, on its way to the Atlantic Ocean.

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  1. 24 January, 18:51
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    The answer is C. In Entered Georgia from the south in Florida, and journeyed northeastward until leaving the state by crossing the Savannah River, only later to reenter from Tennessee and move southward to Alabama.

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