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        206: Georgia’s Westward Movement, Part II | Georgia Stories

        The 1840s were a period of change and innovation, particularly in Georgia. That decade saw the founding of the first woman's college in Wesleyan College. It also saw the first use of anesthetics, which paved the way for modern health care. Perhaps most important, for Georgia at least, it saw the founding of a railway hub that would grow into the city of Atlanta.

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