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March 14, 1741 George Whitefield leaves for England
  George Whitefield
March 14, 1777 Button Gwinnett, as head of the executive branch of the state of Georgia, orders George McIntosh be arrested on the charge of treason.
  Button Gwinnett
March 14, 1794 Eli Whitney granted a patent on the cotton gin
March 14, 1835 First treaty of New Echota remained unsigned by the Cherokee because it did not meet the demands of John Ross
March 14, 1874 Henry Grady publishes an editorial titled The New South in the old Atlanta Herald. In it he calls for creation of a regional economy based on an industrialized South. He later turned these concepts into a stump speech.
  Henry Woodfin Grady
March 14, 1914 "Rather strong" earthquake struck the south-central area of Morgan County.
  Morgan County, Georgia
March 14, 1968 Final proposal prepared for the Georgia Botanical Garden in Athens.
March 14, 2001 The largest traffic accident in Georgia's history occurs on I-75 near Ringgold, Georgia, involving 125 car and killing 5.
March 14, 2008 A strong tornado strikes the Georgia World Congress Center, Phillips Arena, The Equitable Building, and the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill (now upscale condos). Nearby, the Georgia Dome suffers damage while the Southeastern Conference men's basketball tournament is being held inside. Numerous minor injuries and one life-threatening injury are reported.
  The Georgia Dome
  2008 Georgia Bulldogs Basketball
  2008 Georgia tornado outbreak
  Cobb County, Georgia
  Fulton County, Georgia
  DeKalb County, Georgia
  Georgia World Congress Center
  Georgia Tornadoes
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