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October 5, 1739 Chief Tomochichi dies
  James Oglethorpe
October 5, 1765 The Bartrams head south from Fort Barrington, following the King's Road to St. Augustine
  William Bartram
October 5, 1860 Governor William Henry Gist notified the other southern states that South Carolina was strongly considering secession
October 5, 1864 Battle of Allatoona Pass
  Civil War - 1864
  William Tecumseh Sherman
October 5, 1881 1881 International Cotton Exposition opens at Oglethorpe Park in Atlanta
  1881 International Cotton Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia
October 5, 1957 Hank Aaron is named National League MVP.
  Hank Aaron
October 5, 1964 Heart of Atlanta v. U. S., the landmark case that expanded the "commerce clause" of the U. S. Constitution, is argued.
October 5, 2003 Atlanta Braves lose the National League Division Championship series 3-2 to the Chicago Cubs
  Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves
October 5, 2003 Atlanta Thrashers player Dan Snyder died from injuries sustained when teammate Danny Heatley hit a brick pillar on Lenox Road
  Atlanta Thrashers
October 5, 2009 David Edenfield is convicted for the March 2007 sexual assault and choking death of Christopher Barrio
  Christopher Barrios
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