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Which colony did not send representative to the First Continental Congress and why?

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Georgia was the only colony not to send a delegate to Philadelphia in 1774 crap you people
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Georgia wasn't represented at the First
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They wanted to be part of the action. Something was going on around them, something related to their lives and futures and they wanted to have some say in the directions it took.
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The First Continental Congress was a convention of delegates from twelve of the thirteen colonies.
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