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September 23, 1780 While on patrol on the east bank of the Hudson River, John Paulding and others captured John Andre with plans for West Point.
September 23, 1805 Zebulon Pike meets with Dakota Sioux at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers, present-day Minneapolis-St. Paul
  Zebulon Pike
September 23, 1806 Jared Irwin becomes governor of Georgia
  Governors of Georgia, 1801-1900
September 23, 1827 Freeman Walker dies, Augusta, Georgia. He is buried in his family cemetery in Richmond County
  Richmond County, Georgia
  Freeman Walker
September 23, 1843 The Milledgeville Southern Recorder dubs Alexander Stephens The Hero of Taliaferro for the Whig election sweep. Stephens was elected to the U. S. House of Representatives
  Alexander Stephens
September 23, 1846 John Quitman receives a brevet to Major General for his actions during the Battle of Monterrey.
September 23, 1851 Jefferson Davis resigns his Senate seat to run for governor of Mississippi
  Jefferson Davis
September 23, 1884 Eugene "Gene" Talmadge born, Forsyth County, Georgia
  Eugene Talmadge
September 23, 1912 Mae Crowe dies from injuries sustained during a sexual assault.
  Forsyth County, Georgia
September 23, 1930 Ray Charles (Robinson) born, Albany
  Ray Charles
  Albany, Georgia
September 23, 1970 Carter wins run-off
  Jimmy Carter
September 23, 1972 "Mac" Davis Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me reaches #1, where it will stay for 3 weeks
  'Mac' Davis
September 23, 1976 Actor Kip Pardue born, Atlanta, Georgia
  Kevin Ian 'Kip' Pardue
September 23, 1976 During the first presidential debate of 1976, and the first since 1960, the audio feed from Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theater dropped for 27 minutes during an answer by Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. Post-debate polling showed Carter losing the debate to President Gerald Ford, 39% to 31%
  Jimmy Carter
September 23, 2003 OutKast releases "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below" including the hit single "The Way You Move"
  OutKast
September 23, 2005 In advance of Hurricane Rita striking the Texas coast, Gov. Sonny Perdue asks school systems to close for two day to minimize the impact of the storm on oil and gas supplies
  Sonny Perdue
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