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Fall Line

The fall line is a geological boundary, about twenty miles wide, running northeast across Georgia from Columbus to

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Rural Education

Rural schools in Georgia are found across the state, on its rolling pastures, red clay fields, sandy coastlines, and wooded mountains.

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Olympic Games in 1996

From July 19 until August 4, 1996, Atlanta hosted the Centennial Summer Olympic Games, the largest event in the city's history.

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Rosenwald Schools

The Rural School Building Program of the Julius Rosenwald Fund provided financial grants for the construction of public schools fo

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