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July 9, 1820 William Wyatt Bibb dies, near Coosada Station, Alabama
  William Wyatt Bibb
July 9, 1864 Sweetwater Mill at New Manchester, GA is burned. The women and children are sent north to Louisville, where they are released north of the Ohio River.
July 9, 1952 Georgia breaks with Robert Taft's Southern states coalition and supports Dwight D. Eisenhower for President of the United States at the Republican Convention. This is generally viewed as a pivotal moment for Ike at the convention.
July 9, 1980 Schoolteacher William Hodges, 49, is killed at Truckstops of America in Valdosta
  A killer pays the price
July 9, 1982 Diet Coke is introduced
  Coca-Cola
July 9, 2009 The Georgia Supreme Court overturns a lower court ruling allowing Plant Longleaf to move towards licensing
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