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March 11, 1811 William Lowndes begins his first term in the House of Representatives from Georgia
  William Lowndes
March 11, 1906 Carnegie Library in Albany opens
  Albany, Georgia
March 11, 1980 10-year old Jeffrey Mathis disappears. By the time his body is found 11 months later it is impossible to determine the cause of death
  Atlanta Child Murders
March 11, 1980 Jimmy Carter wins the Democratic Presidential Primary in Georgia; Ronald Reagan wins the Republican Primary
March 11, 1981 Timothy Hill is missing. His body will be found on March 30, strangled
  Atlanta Child Murders
March 11, 1986 Georgia pardons Leo Frank, not because of new evidence in the murder of Mary Phagan, but because the state failed to provide protection while Frank was in custody.
  Leo Frank and the murder of Mary Phagan
March 11, 1998 Monitoring stations along the Flint River report highest levels during flood that affected southwest Georgia
March 11, 2000 Two dead in a shooting incident at Savannah High School, Savannah, Georgia
  City of Savannah, Georgia
March 11, 2002 H. Rap Brown, former leader of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) was convicted of murdering Fulton County Sheriff Ricky Kinchen as Kinchen and another deputy attempted to serve a warrant.
  Fulton County, Georgia
March 11, 2005 Judge Rowland Barnes and two others are killed in a shooting at the Fulton County Courthouse. Suspect Brian Nichols was being tried for rape in Barnes' courtroom. While fleeing, Nichols murders a federal agent.
  Atlanta courthouse attack
  Fulton County, Georgia
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