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Macon, Georgia
July 12, 1806 Letter to Secretary of War Henry Dearborn indicating the move from Fort Wilkinson (Milledgeville) to Fort Hawkins (Macon) was underway
  City of Macon, Georgia
  Macon, Georgia
October 19, 1911 Aviator Eugene Ely dies when his Curtiss bi-plane crashed during an airshow in Macon. Within the past year Ely had become the first man to take-off from a U. S. Navy vessel and land on a U. S. Navy ship.
  Macon, Georgia
April 23, 1998 The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame opens a new facility in Macon, Georgia, making it the largest state Hall of Fame in the nation.
  City of Macon, Georgia
  Macon, Georgia






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