When Did Atlanta Become the Capital of Georgia?

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Atlanta became the capital of Georgia in 1868. Georgia had several previous capitals before Atlanta, including Savannah and Augusta. The first capital of Georgia was Savannah in 1777 followed by Augusta in 1779.
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Savannah was the first capitol of Georgia-it was one of the first 13 colonies, and has remained the Hostess City to the South, Georgias most historic city. Savannah is also the home
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Georgia became the 4th state of the United States on January 2nd 1788. The capital and largest city of Georgia is Atlanta. Georgia has approximately 9.9 million people.
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Atlanta was he temporary location of the State capital in 1868, and
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Atlanta is the fifth city to be designated capital of Georgia. 1868-present Atlanta. http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/capit….
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