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Emory University
December 18, 1834 State of Georgia charters the Georgia Methodists Conference Manuel Labor School in Oxford, Georgia. This would eventually become today's Emory University in Atlanta
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December 10, 1836 Ignatius Few granted charter for college named for his friend John Emory
  Ignatius Few
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September 17, 1838 15 students attend Emory College in Oxford, Georgia.
  Ignatius Few
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January 31, 1840 Farewell dinner held for Abraham Baldwin Longstreet, who will be leaving his law practice to assume the presidency of Emory University
  University of Georgia, Athens (UGA)
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January 25, 1915 DeKalb County grants a charter to Emory University
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January 25, 1915 DeKalb County grants a charter to Emory University
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January 21, 1940 Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta, becomes part of Emory University and cornerstone of the new medical program
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October 22, 1965 Emory University professor Thomas J. J. Altizer is one of 11 theologians to proclaim "God is dead" in a copyrighted article in Time Magazine.
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April 21, 1982 Jimmy Carter is appointed a professor at Emory University
  Jimmy Carter
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