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September 21, 1757 James Jackson born, Moreton, Hamstead, Devonshire, England
  James Jackson
September 21, 1819 W. W. Bibb elected first governor of Alabama
  William Wyatt Bibb
September 21, 1836 Duncan Clinch resigns his commission in the army and settles near St. Marys, Camden County, Georgia
  Duncan L. (Lamont) Clinch
  Camden County, Georgia
September 21, 1846 Battle of Monterrey
September 23, 1846
  Jefferson Davis
September 21, 1918 Lucius Clay marries Marjorie McKeown
  General Lucius D. Clay
September 21, 1942 Dahlonega is featured in a 7-page Life article
  Lumpkin County, Georgia
September 21, 1944 (William) Hamilton (McWhorter) Jordan born, Charlotte, North Carolina
  Hamilton Jordan
September 21, 1950 The National Park Service abandons the property at New Echota, turning it over to the State of Georgia.
September 21, 1952 Last game at Braves Field, Boston, Mass. They move to Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves
September 21, 1974 Jack Alderman and John Arthur Brown kill Alderman's wife in Garden City, Georgia
  Jack Alderman
September 21, 1977 Office of Management and Budget Director Bert Lance resigns his position because of allegations of unethical behavior within the National Bank of Georgia
  Bert Lance
  Jimmy Carter
September 21, 1980 Presidential candidates Ronald Reagan (Republican) and John Anderson (Independent) square off in a debate without President Jimmy Carter
  Jimmy Carter
September 21, 1992 Albany's Carnegie Library begins a new life -- as the home of the Albany Area Arts Council
  Albany, Georgia
September 21, 1996 Grand opening for the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. The building opened to visitors the following day
September 21, 1996 John F. Kennedy Jr. is married on Cumberland Island
September 21, 1996 Georgia Music Hall of Fame opens with a gala celebration, inducting Mac Davis and Atlanta Rhythm Section.
  'Mac' Davis
September 21, 2002 A man is killed outside an Atlanta area liquor store. This killing will eventually be tied to the Virginia sniper case
September 21, 2010 Maurice Robinson and Anthony Flagg claim that minister Eddie Long of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church had an ongoing sexual relationship with them when they were in their teens
  DeKalb County, Georgia
  Bishop Eddie Long Scandal
September 21, 2011 Troy Davis is executed at the Georgia Diagnostic Prison in Butts County
  Butts County, Georgia
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