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July 23, 1759 Georgia offers Mary Musgrove Bosomworth 2100 pounds in exchange for her claims to Ossabaw and Sapelo islands. They permit her live on St. Catherine's until her death in 1763.
July 23, 1850 George Walker Crawford resigns as Secretary of War
July 23, 1868 "Bush Arbor" protests Bullock's inauguration
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
July 23, 1879 Johanna Troutman dies, Elmwood, Georgia. A monument to her was erected in Texas and her portrait hangs in the State Capitol at Austin
July 23, 1898 Following a two hour thunderstorm that dumped more than 4 inches of rain on Atlanta, Union Station is flooded with more than a foot of water
July 23, 1956 U. S. House of Representatives passes Civil Rights legislation. The Senate refuses to take up the issue in an election year.
  The Road to Integration
July 23, 2003 UGA library burns causing an estimate $1.5 million in fire damage. Books on each of the 9 floors suffered varying degrees of smoke damage.
July 23, 2008 U. S. President George Bush visits Atlanta for a fund-raising event for Rick Goddard, running for the House of Representatives from Georgia's 8th congressional district
July 23, 2010 Crescent Bank and Trust Company, Jasper, GA fails. Its assets are purchased by Renasant Bank.
  Bank Failures in Georgia
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