Atlanta

Atlanta

Atlanta is the capital of the U. S. state of Georgia. It played an important part in both the Civil War and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Atlanta History Center chronicles the city's past, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is dedicated to the African-American leader's life and times. Downtown, Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Olympics, encompasses the massive Georgia Aquarium.

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Bob Cupp

Bob Cupp

Bazoline Estelle Usher

Bazoline Estelle Usher

American educator

Nida Blanca

Nida Blanca

Actress

Lincoln Chase

Lincoln Chase

American songwriter

John Stith Pemberton

John Stith Pemberton

Pharmacist

Grace Towns Hamilton

Grace Towns Hamilton

Former Georgia State Representative

Hiram Keller

Hiram Keller

American film actor

Alonzo Herndon

Alonzo Herndon

American entrepreneur

Lou Walker

Lou Walker

Actor

George Howard

George Howard

Australian football player

William Joseph Simmons

William Joseph Simmons

American preacher

Rafael Leonardo Callejas

Rafael Leonardo Callejas

Former President of Honduras

Lou Hudson

Lou Hudson

American basketball player

BOBBY JONES

BOBBY JONES

American golfer

Charles Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer

American columnist

John Ehrlichman

John Ehrlichman

Counsel

Eddie Long

Eddie Long

American pastor

Martin Luther King Sr.

Martin Luther King Sr.

Pastor

Alberta Williams King

Alberta Williams King

Martin Luther King Jr. 's mother

Mychael Knight

Mychael Knight

Fashion designer

Chief Jay Strongbow

Chief Jay Strongbow

American professional wrestler

Thomas Lux

Thomas Lux

American poet

Asa Griggs Candler

Asa Griggs Candler

American business tycoon

Thomas Mikal Ford

Thomas Mikal Ford

American actor

Eugene Talmadge

Eugene Talmadge

Former Governor of Georgia

Eugene Genovese

Eugene Genovese

American historian

Jay T. Will

Jay T. Will

Television actor

Ellis Arnall

Ellis Arnall

American Politician

Tommy McCook

Tommy McCook

Jamaican saxophonist

Bernie Geoffrion

Bernie Geoffrion

Canadian ice hockey player

Alexander Stephens

Alexander Stephens

Former Governor of Georgia

Benjamin Orr

Benjamin Orr

American musician

Harry Callahan

Harry Callahan

American photographer

Kofi Burbridge

Kofi Burbridge

American keyboard player

Lester Maddox

Lester Maddox

American Politician

James Orange

James Orange

Pastor

Jackie Battley

Jackie Battley

Teacher

Don Harrison

Don Harrison

News anchor

Bankroll Fresh

Bankroll Fresh

American rapper

James E. Casey

James E. Casey

American businessman

Rebecca Latimer Felton

Rebecca Latimer Felton

American writer

Robert W. Woodruff

Robert W. Woodruff

Philanthropist

Frank Mason Robinson

Frank Mason Robinson

Marketer

Warren Akin Candler

Warren Akin Candler

Ivan Allen Jr.

Ivan Allen Jr.

American businessman

William B. Hartsfield

William B. Hartsfield

American Politician

Benjamin Mays

Benjamin Mays

William Diehl

William Diehl

American novelist

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