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African-American Georgians are residents of the U.S. state of Georgia who are of African American ancestry. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, African Americans were 31.2% of the state's population.
Spanish colonists brought African slaves in Georgia in 1526. African slaves imported to Georgia primarily came from Angola, Sierra Leone, and the Gambia. They were primarily enslaved by British Americans.
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