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July 13, 1713 Treaty of Utrecht, end of the War of Spanish Succession (Queen Anne's War).
July 13, 1721 Col. Barnwell and his men arrive, set up camp and select a site for Fort King George
July 13, 1771 James Habersham take oath of office. He will discharge the duties of Governor until Wright's return
  James Wright
July 13, 1775 Georgia agrees to adopt an "article of association." This brings them into the radical camp as a state
July 13, 1778 Edward Telfair and George Walton, who had arrived the previous day, sign the Articles of Confederation for Georgia. Edward Langworthy, who had left Philadelphia, signed the Articles in August
  George Walton
July 13, 1778 Edward Telfair arrives in Philadelphia with instructions to ratify the Articles of Confederation
July 13, 1782 Savannah becomes the capitol of Georgia
  City of Savannah, Georgia
July 13, 1925 WSB begins to broadcast a radio signal at 1,000 watts
  WSB Atlanta
July 13, 1980 Highest temperature ever recorded in Atlanta (105 degrees) and Macon (108 degrees)
  City of Macon, Georgia
July 13, 1983 Georgia is required to pay $3 million dollars to black workers who were denied promotions at the Central State Hospital in Milledgeville
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