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September 13, 1597 Juanillo and his followers murder Father Pedro de Corpa, a Franciscan monk. (Santo Domingo de Talaje, sometimes referred to as the Tolomato mission or simply, Tolomato, the name of the nearby Guale town)
September 13, 1739 Oglethorpe learns that the governor of Rhode Island has given permission for privateers to raid Spanish vessels at sea.
September 13, 1775 Archibald Bulloch, John Houstoun, Lyman Hall, John Zubly are officially recognized as the Georgia delegation to the Second Continental Congress.
September 13, 1842 John Hollis Bankhead born, Moscow, Alabama
  John Hollis Bankhead
September 13, 1909 Ty Cobb hits his 9th home run of the season, giving him baseball's elusive Triple Crown (league leader in average, runs batted in and home runs). None of his 9 home runs left the park.
  Ty Cobb
September 13, 2006 Runaway bridge Jennifer Wilbanks sues her ex-fiance over the money they made selling rights to their story.
  Jennifer Wilbanks, The Runaway Bride
September 13, 2008 Hurricane Ike strikes Galveston, Texas, cutting power to to 9 oil refineries that serve the Southeast United States.
  Georgia Gas Shortage
September 13, 2011 The Census Bureau reported that the poverty rate in Georgia reached 18.7%, the highest rate since 1983.
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