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February 5, 1900 Primus King born, Russell County, Alabama
February 19, 1900 Writer Carson McCullers (Lula Carson Smith) born, Columbus, Georgia
  Carson McCullers
  Columbus, Georgia
June 1, 1900 Mary Phagan born, Marietta, Georgia
  Marietta, GA
  Leo Frank and the murder of Mary Phagan
June 24, 1900 35 people die when a Southern Railways train plunged into a washout 1.5 miles north of McDonough, Georgia.
  Henry County, Georgia
July 1, 1900 Combining the old Savannah, Americus and Montgomery Railroad (renamed to the Georgia and Alabama Railroad in 1895) with other assets, 35 year-old John Skelton Williams creates Seaboard Air Line Railway.
  City of Savannah, Georgia
August 5, 1900 James Augustine Healy dies in Portland, Maine.
  James Augustine Healy
October 1, 1900 The Atlanta Daily News begins publication.
November 8, 1900 Author Margaret Mitchell, who penned "Gone With The Wind" is born, Atlanta, GA
  Margaret Mitchell
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
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