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Famous People Georgi

Georgia Studies CRCT Review People

Mary Musgrove Creek Indian Woman who served as translator for James Oglethorpe and Tomochichi
Alexander MacGillivray Creek chief who signed the treaty of Indian Springs.
WEB Dubois civil rights leader and college professor who fought for immediate social and political rights.
Leo Frank Jewish pencil factory worker accused of killing 13 year old Mary Phagan. Lynched and killed.
Booker T. Washington promoted idea that african-americans should pursue economic and educational endeavors before seeking social and political equality
Ellis Arnall progressive governor who helped re-accredit states colleges, lowered voting age, and ended poll tax.
Ivan Allen mayor of atlanta who helped bring major league sports teams to the city, key figure in civil rights movement
Maynard Jackson First African American Mayor of Atlanta
William McIntosh Creek chief who illegaly signed second treaty of Indian Springs; was murdered by his tribesman for his actions.
Elijah Clarke Led patriot forces in battle of Kettle Creek.
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