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June 5, 1730 Sir Alexander Cuming, along with 7 Cherokee, arrive in London
June 5, 1740 Oglethorpe prepares to attack St. Augustine, but Spanish defense proves difficult. Oglethorpe decides to invest the town
  James Oglethorpe
June 5, 1775 Liberty pole erected in front of Peter Tondee's tavern, Savannah
  City of Savannah, Georgia
June 5, 1781 Augusta falls, having been under siege since April, 1781, by Elijah Clarke, Andrew Pickens, and Col. "Light Horse" Henry Lee.
  Andrew Pickens
  City of Augusta, Georgia
  Georgia and the American Revolution
June 5, 1955 Boston University awards a degree in systematic theology to Martin Luther King
  Martin Luther King
June 5, 1981 First mention of GRID (Gay Related Immune Deficiency) by the Center for Disease Control, Atlanta. The disease has since become known as AIDS
June 5, 1997 Georgia Attorney General Michael Bowers admits to an extramarital affair
  Bowers admits to Affair
June 5, 2000 Fulton County unexpectedly drops murder charges against Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis
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