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July 19, 1757 Law passed by the Georgia legislature that prohibits trade to the south of the colony. Georgia had become increasingly fearful of Spanish Florida, especially as the settlers pushed south
July 19, 1861 Robert Toombs resigns his post as Secretary of State for the Confederate States of America
  Robert Toombs
July 19, 1948 Lee Hugh Phillips joins the Marine Corps
  Corporal Lee Hugh Phillips
July 19, 1996 President Bill Clinton welcomes more than 20 heads of state to the Olympics, touring the Olympic Village at Georgia Tech
July 19, 1996 The Centennial Olympic Games open in Atlanta
July 19, 2009 Record low temperatures were set across the state as an unusually strong cold front swept through. In Atlanta, the low reached 63, tying a record set in 1967, while in Athens the 58 degree temp shattered the previous low record of 62 set in 1925.
July 19, 2009 In a ruling on the Georgia-Alabama-Florida water wars U. S District Judge Paul Magnuson rules that Lake Lanier was not intended to be the primary water source for metro Atlanta
July 19, 2010 Andrew Breitbart posts an edited version of a speech given by U. S. D. A. employee Shirley Sherrod to the NAACP. In editing the video Brietbart makes Sherrod's statements seem racist.
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