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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Atlanta

The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. 2.1 1900s-1940s. 2.2 1950s-1990s. 6.1 Published in 19th century. 6.2 Published in 20th century.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Atlanta

The history of Atlanta dates back to 1836, when Georgia decided to build a railroad to the U.S. Midwest and a location was chosen to be the line's terminus. The stake marking the founding of "Terminus" was driven into the ground in 1837 (called the Zero Mile Post). In 1839, homes and a store were built there and the settlement grew.

www.world-guides.com/north-america/usa/georgia/atlanta/atlanta_history.html

Atlanta History Facts and Timeline (Atlanta, Georgia - GA, USA) A Native American site named Standing Peachtree is the place where Georgia's most populated city, Atlanta, stands today. Standing Peachtree, as the traditional boundary between the Cherokee and Creek territory, was a frequent meeting place for the two tribes. The Chattahoochee ...

www.ajc.com/lifestyles/major-moments-history-that-shaped-the-city-atlanta-and...

The village founded in 1837 called Atlanta has seen major changes. These are 10 defining moments in the city's history. 1837: Railroad engineers create Terminus, renamed Marthasville then Atlanta ...

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The history of Atlanta dates back to 1836, when Georgia decided to build a railroad to the U.S. Midwest and a location was chosen to be the line's terminus. The stake marking the founding of "Terminus" was driven into the ground in 1837 (called the Zero Mile Post). In 1839 homes and a store were built there and the settlement grew.

www.atlantaga.gov/visitors/history

Atlanta has a long, rich history, some of which is touched upon on this page. Atlanta was founded in 1837 as the end of the Western & Atlantic railroad line (it was first named Marthasville in honor of the then-governor's daughter, nicknamed Terminus for its rail location, and then changed soon after to Atlanta, the feminine of Atlantic -- as in the railroad). Today the fast-growing city ....

www.mlb.com/braves/history/timeline

Atlanta's .270 team BA was its best since hitting .272 in 1983, while the club's 197 homers were third-most in Atlanta history, trailing only the teams of 1966 (207) and 1973 (206). The pitching staff set a major league record by fanning 1,245 batters, breaking the Astro's major league mark of 1,221 set in 1969; the staff also allowed the ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Atlanta_Braves

The Braves were a .500 team in their first few years in Atlanta – 85-77 in 1966, 77-85 in 1967, and 81-81 in 1968. The 1967 season was the club's first losing campaign since 1952, its last year in Boston. In 1969, with the onset of divisional play, the Braves won the first-ever National League West pennant, but were swept in three games by ...

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From 1933 to today, Atlanta has gone through prohibition, hundreds of clubs, a change in the legal drinking age to 18, and more. Here's the exhaustive (though not complete) timeline of Atlanta’s ...

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