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October 24, 1804 (Second) Treaty of Tellico
October 24, 1819 Matthew Talbot serves as governor after the death of William Rabun
  William Rabun
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
October 24, 1819 Governor William Rabun dies following a sudden illness, Powellton, Georgia (Hancock County)
  Hancock County, Georgia
  William Rabun
October 24, 1829 The Cherokee Nation, with the support of Major Ridge, his son John Ridge and Elias Boudinot, publisher of the Cherokee Phoenix, re-enact a law that prescribes death for anyone who sells lands without the authority of the nation. It is under this law that the three will be put to death 10 years later
October 24, 1852 Daniel Webster dies at his home in Marshfield, Massachusetts, following an accident where he was thrown from his horse. Forensic historians beleive that he died from a hemmorage following severe cranial damage.
  Daniel Webster
October 24, 1932 On a swing through Georgia, presidential candidate Frankiln Delano Roosevelt speaks in Atlanta.
  Franklin Delano Roosevelt
October 24, 1962 James Brown records Live at the Apollo
  James Brown
October 24, 1972 Jackie Robinson dies, Stamford, Connecticut
  Jackie Robinson
October 24, 1992 Atlanta Braves lose the 1992 World Series to the Toronto Blue Jays, 4-2
  Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves
October 24, 1995 TLC's Waterfalls video is released. At the time, it is the most expensive music video ever shot.
  TLC
October 24, 1996 Last Atlanta Braves game at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
  Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves
  Fulton County, Georgia
October 24, 2003 Ben Bernanke is confirmed to a full term on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors
  Ben Bernanke
October 24, 2005 President Bush nominates Ben Bernanke to replace Alan Greenspan as Federal Reserve Board chairman
  Ben Bernanke
October 24, 2008 Alpharetta-based Alpha Bank and Trust is closed by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance and the FDIC is appointed receiver.
  Bank Failures in Georgia
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