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In north Georgia a spruce/pine boreal forest was replaced by northern hardwoods (oak, hickory, beech, birch, and elm), which in turn gave way to modern plant communities. The Middle Paleoindian features smaller fluted points, unfluted lanceolate points, and fluted or unfluted points with broad blades and constricted haft (handle) elements, such as the Simpson and possibly the Cumberland and Suwannee least in the earliest stages of tool life, and a concave base that is ground on the lateral and basal margins and occasionally well thinned.Southern Georgia had an oak-hickory hardwood canopy that may have been in place throughout much of the previous glacial cycle. Blade edges are frequently serrated and beveled, indicating extensive resharpening.A quick survey of Georgia's logistics assets includes the following resources: Air.Georgia is home to 144 public and private airports. 6,000 miles since motor and transmission rebuilt, new seals and weatherstripping, new glass, Coker tires, new interior and trunk package. Older restoration paint, recent mechanical restoration. Factory options include Shaker hood, sport slats, rear spoiler, Marti Elite Report, and copy of Ellinger invoice. Automatic transmission.350ci small block bored .040 over and backed by Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Matching-numbers Mark II that has benefited from restoration.

Georgia has been making transportation history ever since, and the state became a logistics leader before the word even existed in industry vernacular. "Georgia's prime geographic location makes it a leading point of origin for companies moving product to market," says Page Siplon, executive director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics, a Savannah-based industry group fueling logistics growth and global competitiveness.The country's 10th-largest cargo hub, Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, offers service to six continents, and more than 1.5 million square feet of cargo handling space.Shipments from the facility can reach 80 percent of the U. market within two hours, and any major North American city within four hours. With nearly 5,000 miles of railroad track, and the largest intermodal facility on the East Coast, Georgia is the origin for 39 million rail-tons of cargo annually—and destination for more than 90 million rail-tons.The late glacial southeastern environment these first peoples encountered was markedly different from today's environment. People may have been present before the Early Paleoindian subperiod, but identifiable remains have not been found in the state, and their recognition anywhere in America is still in its infancy.Sea levels were more than 200 feet lower than present levels, and the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico shorelines were 100 or more miles seaward of their present locations. Archaeologists recognize sites dating to each subperiod primarily by the presence of distinctive projectile points.