Today, November 21...

In Georgia History

Bus Driver Strike Continued, Fulton Schools Reopened

While the Atlanta school bus drivers’ strike continued (see Nov. 20 entry), Fulton County schools re-opened.
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In Georgia Civil War History

Milledgeviile Newspaper Predicted Long and Bloody War

Most people, on both sides of the war, had confidently expected it be short, naturally with their side winning. On this day the Daily Federal Union of Milledgeville, while still confident of victory, correctly predicted that the war was likely...
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In Their Own Words

Drunk Soldier Railed against Oglethorpe

William Stephens wrote in his journal of a soldier getting drunk and using inappropriate language towards both James Oglethorpe and the colony of Georgia in general: “…In the Evening I was present at the Examination into a most notorious Offence...
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