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In the next three years the Georgia Power Company plans to spend more than $4 million to bring the modern advantages of electricity--light, power, heat--to some 15,000 farms in the area it serves. Using its own resources, the company will build 3000 miles of new distribution lines, of which 1026 miles serving 2500 customers are to be completed this year.  >>more...>>

Title:     Electrifying the Countryside
Author:    Cooke, Morris L.
Publication:     Survey Graphic
Publisher:     Survey Associates, Inc.
Type:     Article

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Consumers
Electric Power
Rural Electrification
Rural Electrification Administration