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November 15, 1739 A party of Spanish regulars land on Amelia Island and conceal themselves in the woods. The following day they kill two of MacKaye's Highlanders
  James Oglethorpe
November 15, 1769 Wright refuses to order elections for four newly established parishes along Georgia's southern coast.
  James Wright
November 15, 1777 The Continental Congress Committee of Thirteen, which included Button Gwinnett before his death, proposes the Articles of Confederation. They requested states be ready to ratify the Articles of Confederation by March 10, 1778
  Button Gwinnett
November 15, 1815 Former governor Stephen Heard dies, Elbert County, Georgia
  Elbert County, Georgia
November 15, 1827 Final cession of Creek land in Georgia, signed at the Creek Agency on the Flint River
November 15, 1859 George Rockingham Gilmer dies, Oglethorpe County
November 15, 1860 Major Robert Anderson is ordered to assume command of Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor
November 15, 1864 Right Wing of Sherman's Army leaves East Point, heading to the southeast towards Stockbridge, where they spend the night. Sweeping the front of the Right Wing, Judson Kilpatrick skirmishes with men under Joseph Wheeler in Jonesboro. Wheeler pulls back to Griffin.
  March to the Sea
November 15, 1864 City of Atlanta burned under orders from General Sherman during the March to the Sea. A special battering ram was used to destroy the stone and brick railroad depot. Because of the city's size, it took the Union Cavalry nearly a day to complete the task, beginning this evening and completing the task the following afternoon.
  Civil War - 1864
  March to the Sea
  William Tecumseh Sherman
November 15, 1865 Charles Jenkins elected governor. He is the only candidate
  Charles Jones Jenkins
November 15, 1994 TLC's Crazysexycool is released
  TLC
November 15, 2004 After warning his teachers in Gainesville, Georgia that he could not endure any more time in a solitary confinement room in his school, 13-year-old Jonathan King hung himself while being confined.
  Hall County, Georgia
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