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May 29, 1749 Oglethorpe's regiment at Frederica is disbanded
  Fort Frederica
May 29, 1773 Bethesda Orphanage "burns to the ground." It is believed to be the work of an arsonist.
May 29, 1784 A general brawl erupts at the headright distribution for Franklin and Washington County.
  Washington County, Georgia
  Franklin County, Georgia
  Georgia headright grants
May 29, 1813 Second battle of Sackett's Harbor. Sackett's Harbor, site of Madison Barricks, a US military post which included a Naval Station established in 1813. It was from this station that the US attacked the Canadian town of York (now Toronto).
  Daniel Appling
May 29, 1818 Andrew Jackson captures the capital of Spanish Florida, Pensacola.
May 29, 1835 Samuel Worcester and his party arrive at Dwight Mission in present-day Oklahoma
May 29, 1864 Battle of Dallas
  Civil War - 1864
  William Tecumseh Sherman
May 29, 1865 Andrew Johnson rescinds Sherman's Special Order 15, returning the confiscated and abandoned land to its original owners.
May 29, 1886 An ad appears for Coca-Cola in the Atlanta Journal. This is the earliest known ad for the soft drink
  John Stith (Styth) Pemberton
  Coca-Cola
May 29, 1980 Vernon Jordan is shot by racist Joseph Paul Franklin.
  Vernon Jordan
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