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In Georgia History

American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association Founded

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, largest Greek-American organization in the United States, was founded in Atlanta.
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In Georgia Civil War History

Letter to Governor over People Taking Advantage of Men’s Absence During War

A Gilmer County man wrote to the governor asking for help in dealing with a sordid group of men taking advantage of soldiers’ families while they were off at war. “According to the wish of the people of this section...
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In Their Own Words

Wesley Endured Rough Seas

John Wesley recorded a harrowing experience he and his brother endured: “My Brother [Charles] and I set out for Charles-Town, in order to begin his embarking for England. But the Wind being contrary, we did not reach Port-Royal, 40 miles...
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