Timeline of Atlanta

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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

19th century

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21st century



See also


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Published in 19th century


Published in 20th century

  • "Atlanta, Pacesetter City of the South", National Geographic Magazine, Washington DC, 135, 1969
  • Virginia H. Hein (1972). "The Image of 'A City Too Busy to Hate': Atlanta in the 1960s". Phylon. 33 (3): 205–221. doi:10.2307/273521. JSTOR 273521.
  • James C. Starbuck (1974), Historic Atlanta to 1930: an indexed, chronological bibliography, Monticello, Ill., OCLC 933763, OL 24980299M
  • Blaine A. Brownell (1975). "Commercial-Civic Elite and City Planning in Atlanta, Memphis, and New Orleans in the 1920s". Journal of Southern History. 41 (3): 339–368. doi:10.2307/2206403. JSTOR 2206403.
  • George J. Lankevich (1977), Howard B. Furer (ed.), Atlanta: a chronological & documentary history, 1813-1976, American Cities Chronology Series, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: Oceana Publications, ISBN 0379006189
  • Ory Mazar Nergal, ed. (1980), "Atlanta, GA", Encyclopedia of American Cities, New York: E.P. Dutton, OL 4120668M
  • Clarence N. Stone (1989). Regime Politics: Governing Atlanta, 1946-1988. Studies in Government and Public Policy. University Press of Kansas. ISBN 0700604154.
  • George Thomas Kurian (1994), "Atlanta, Georgia", World Encyclopedia of Cities, 1: North America, Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO (fulltext via Open Library)
  • Rebecca J. Dameron and Arthur D. Murphy (1997). "An International City Too Busy To Hate? Social And Cultural Change In Atlanta: 1970-1995". Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development. 26 (1): 43–69. JSTOR 40553316.
  • Anthony Appiah and Henry Louis Gates, ed. (1999), "Atlanta", Africana: the Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, New York: Basic Civitas Books, p. 147+, OL 43540M
  • "Georgia: Atlanta", USA, Australia: Lonely Planet, 1999, p. 541+, OL 19682441M
  • Robert D. Bullard et al., eds (2000). Sprawl City: Race, Politics, and Planning in Atlanta. Washington, DC: Island Press.
  • Carole E. Scott and Richard D. Guynn (2000). "The Atlanta Streetcar Strikes". Georgia Historical Quarterly. 84 (3): 434–459. JSTOR 40584340.

Published in 21st century

External links

Coordinates: 33°45′18″N 84°23′24″W / 33.755°N 84.39°W / 33.755; -84.39

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