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        210: The New South, Part II | Georgia Stories

        Georgian life changed during the beginning of the 20th century. Atlanta experienced the worst disaster is had seen since Sherman in the 1917 Atlanta fire. There was also a strike a one of the major cotton plants, a strike the workers would go on to lose. Out in the country, Martha Berry started a school for poor Georgia children.

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