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January 5, 1905 Actor Sterling Holloway born, Cedartown
  Polk County, Georgia
March 1, 1905 Free mail delivery begins in Gainesville
May 3, 1905 Atlanta's Terminal Station opensopens at the corner of Mitchell Street and Madison Avenue
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
May 13, 1905 Samuel Inman's Terminal Hotel opens.
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
June 3, 1905 Henry Van Ness Boynton, who proposed the National Battlefield Park at Chickamauga, died
July 15, 1905 Trolley service is inaugurated between Atlanta and Marietta. The 12 mile run takes roughly 30 minutes
  Marietta, GA
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
July 16, 1905 General Bryan Morel Thomas dies, Dalton, Georgia
August 17, 1905 Grady County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Grady County, Georgia
  Henry Woodfin Grady
August 17, 1905 Jenkins County created
  Charles Jones Jenkins
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Jenkins County, Georgia
August 17, 1905 Tift County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Tift County, Georgia
August 17, 1905 Crisp County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Crisp County, Georgia
August 18, 1905 Jeff Davis County created
  Jefferson Davis
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Jeff Davis County, Georgia
August 18, 1905 Stephens County created
  Alexander Stephens
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Stephens County, Georgia
August 18, 1905 Toombs County created
  Robert Toombs
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Toombs County, Georgia
August 18, 1905 Turner County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Turner County, Georgia
August 30, 1905 Ty Cobb's first major league at bat
  Ty Cobb
October 20, 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt visits Roswell (Roswell, Georgia history) and Atlanta (Atlanta, Georgia history). The President's train stopped at Chamblee (Roswell Station), where he boarded the train to Roswell. He crossed the Chattahoochee River and visited both Bulloch Hall and Roswell Square, where he made brief comments. Roosevelt then had lunch at the Piedmont Driving Club (now Piedmont Park) and spoke at Georgia Tech before leaving for Jacksonville, Florida later that evening.
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
  Piedmont Park
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