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September 28, 1738 42nd Regiment of Foote falls in for the first time at Fort Frederica, on St. Simons Island.
September 28, 1787 The U. S. Congress resolves to transmit the proposed constitution to the states for ratification.
September 28, 1794 General Elijah Clarke burns both Fort Advance and Fort Defiance, and surrenders the troops at all three sites under his command, ending the Trans Oconee Republic
September 28, 1966 Lester Maddox defeats Ellis Arnell in a Democratic run-off. Arnell announces he will run for governor as a third-party candidate
  1966 Election for Governor of Georgia
  Lester Maddox
September 28, 1966 Lillian Smith dies, Atlanta, Georgia
  Lillian Smith
September 28, 2002 From hip-hop to smooth and sexy, the music of TLC earns them a place at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame
  TLC
September 28, 2007 Alpharetta-based Net Bank is closed by the Office of Thrift Supervision and its assets turned over to the FDIC. This is the first bank closing in Georgia since 1992.
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