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September 12, 1779 French forces under the command of Admiral Charles Henri D'Estaing land at Beaulieu, a plantation south of Savannah.
  City of Savannah, Georgia
September 12, 1891 Strike called by the Colored National Alliance of the United States, who had called for all members to cease picking cotton failed to materialize and led to the downfall of this populist group.
September 12, 1907 Spud Chandler born, Commerce, Georgia
  Spud Chandler
September 12, 1919 The Trust Company of Georgia purchases Coca-Cola from Asa Chandler, who continues to hold a significant amount of the stock
  Coca-Cola
September 12, 1975 The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Facility in Glynco, Georgia, was dedicated.
September 12, 1989 Emmanuel Hammond is indicted for the murder of Julie Love
  Murder of Julie Love
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