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July 26, 1560 A detachment of Tristan de Luna's force reaches the Indian settlement of Coosa, on the site of present-day Rome, Georgia.
  Tristan de Luna
July 26, 1750 Herny Parker is made vice-president of Georgia; James Habersham is named secretary
July 26, 1827 The Cherokee adopt a constitution modeled after the U. S. Constitution. Included are a bi-cameral legislative body, a republican form of government and a Supreme Court. Capital city of the newly institutionalized government is New Echota
July 26, 1831 In his Fort Hill Address: On the Relation which the States and General Bear to Each Other, John Calhoun iterates the doctrine of nullification.
  John C. Calhoun
July 26, 1864 Robert Houstoun Anderson promoted to Brigadier General
  General Robert H. Anderson
July 26, 1889 City of Colquitt incorporated.
  City of Colquitt
July 26, 1896 Having nominated William Jennings Bryan for President and Thomas Edward "Tom" Watson for Vice President, the Peoples Party (Populists) convention draws to a close.
  Thomas Edward 'Tom' Watson
July 26, 1980 MARTA's fare increases to $.50
  Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)
July 26, 2002 Gone With the Wind memorabilia auction nets Melanie Hamilton's sweater for Marietta Museum
  Marietta, GA
  Memorabilia auction nets gains for Marietta museum
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