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December 29, 1703 Colonel Moore states he reached Appalachia, and is now returning to Ocmulgee after successfully battling the Spanish and Indians.
  Creek Indians
December 29, 1778 British capture Savannah; Battle of Brewton Hill
  City of Savannah, Georgia
  Georgia and the American Revolution
December 29, 1794 Gov. George Mathews returns the Yazoo Act to the state legislature questioning the amount of money the state is to recieve and encouraging more participation of Georgia citizens
  Yazoo Land Fraud
December 29, 1797 John Wilkes dies, England
  John Wilkes
December 29, 1831 The Cherokee Nation officially protests the actions of the state of Georgia to Secretary of War Lewis Cass
  Lewis Cass
December 29, 1835 Members of the Ridge or Treaty Party sign the Treaty of New Echota, without the approval of the Cherokee National Council.
  Georgia Land Lotteries
  Original Cherokee County
December 29, 1838 Springville (now Powder Springs) incorporated
December 29, 1845 Marthasville (pop. 2,000) is reincorporated as Atlanta
  Fulton County, Georgia
December 29, 1847 City of Atlanta incorporated
  Atlanta, Georgia (through 1900)
December 29, 1933 Sons of the Desert, starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy released.
  Oliver Hardy
December 29, 1987 Georgia defeats Arkansas 20-17 in the Liberty Bowl
  Vince Dooley
  University of Georgia's post-season appearances
December 29, 1991 Georgia defeats Arkansas 24-15 in the Independence Bowl
  University of Georgia's post-season appearances
December 29, 1995 Georgia defeats Arkansas 24-15 at the Independence Bowl
  University of Georgia's post-season appearances
December 29, 2000 Georgia Tech (8-2) loses to LSU at the Peach Bowl, 28-14
December 29, 2005 No. 24 Georgia Tech loses to Utah at the Emerald Bowl
December 29, 2006 The FCC approved the $87 billion buy-out of Atlanta-based Bellsouth by AT&T
December 29, 2008 The Atlanta Falcons defeat the St. Louis Rams, 31-27, sending the Falcons to the divisional playoffs.
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