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September 22, 1761 George William Frederick crowned King George III.
September 22, 1810 Forces under the command of Leonard Covington begin a march on Baton Rouge, West Florida
  Leonard Covington
September 22, 1877 Rutherford B. Hayes, the first sitting U. S. President to visit Atlanta, addresses a hugh crowd from the balcony of the Markham House. The hotel was on Loyd St. (Now Central Ave.)
September 22, 1906 Four days of rioting in Atlanta ensue after the election of Hoke Smith, who ran on a platform of denying blacks the right to vote. Whites not only started the riots, but tried to lay blame on blacks. Officially the death toll is 12, but the actual number was probably significantly higher.
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
September 22, 1981 The Home Depot launches its initial public offering (IPO) on the NASDAQ Exchange. Its price will jump to 20 its offering price within two years.
September 22, 1983 Plans for the Carter Center are unveiled.
  Jimmy Carter
September 22, 2010 A third suit alleging sexual misconduct on the part of preacher Eddie Long is filed in Dekalb County
  DeKalb County, Georgia
  Bishop Eddie Long Scandal
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