GEORGIANA was the name chosen in 1763 for a proposed colony in honor of the king of England. It was to be established below the junction of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers by a group of former soldiers under the leadership of General Phineas Lyman of Connecticut. In 1770, he was instead granted 20,000 acres in the vicinity of Natchez, in a less promising location farther south on the Mississippi. He led a number of families, mainly from Connecticut and Massachusetts, to that region, but after Lyman died in 1774, and with very little support during the Revolution, the colony failed.
Clark, Delphina L. H. Phineas Lyman, Connecticut's General. Springfield, Mass. : Connecticut Valley Historical Museum, 1964.
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