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In 1802, the federal government promised to extinguish Indian titles to lands claimed by Georgia in return for Georgia's cession of the western lands that became Alabama and Mississippi.
In 1990, Georgia's " Humane Euthanasia Act " became one of the first laws in the nation to mandate intravenous injection of sodium pentobarbital as the prescribed method for euthanizing cats and dogs in Georgia animal shelters.
In 1927, South Georgia College became Georgia's first state supported junior college.
During the years, she became known as a supporter of pro-Western values and proponent of Georgia's integration with NATO and the European Union.
Marshall thus became the only white Democrat in Georgia's House delegation, and the first since Nathan Deal switched parties in 1995.
The Tbilisi University ( present-day I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, TSU, which now bears his name ), of which Javakhishvili became a professor and the head of the Department of the History of Georgia, rapidly assumed a dominant position in Georgia's educational life.
Langworthy began working with Georgia's Committee of Safety, and was their secretary when they became a revolutionary Council of Safety on December 11, 1775.
What started as a 1932 addition to the system across central Mississippi and southern Arkansas eventually became a 1, 609 mile ( 2, 589 km ) route extending from the White Sands of New Mexico to Georgia's Atlantic coast.
The next year, WNGC became north Georgia's first full-time country music station, also one of the first FM stations in the nation to program country music full-time.
Watie became involved in the dispute over Georgia's repressive anti-Indian laws.
In 1882, Tallulah Falls Railway was built, increasing the accessibility of the area to tourists from Atlanta and south Georgia, and the gorge became North Georgia's first tourist attraction.
These laws date to 1990, when Georgia's " Humane Euthanasia Act " became the first state law to mandate this method.
The following year, WNGC became North Georgia's first full-time country music station, also one of the first in the nation to program country music full-time.
In 1931, along with Vogel State Park, it became a founding unit of Georgia's state park system.
Georgia Right to Life, Georgia's largest pro-life organization and founded in 1971, became the Georgia affiliate in 1973.
Two state SPs ( Georgia's and North Carolina's ) disaffiliated from the SNC and became wholly independent, refusing to recognize any national / regional authority.
He later joined Georgia's United National Movement, then led by Zurab Zhvania ( who later became Georgia's Prime Minister ).
A former NGO activist, he became directly involved in Georgia's politics in 1999 and emerged as one of the government's most influential members after the 2003 Rose Revolution, especially as Georgia's Minister of Internal Affairs ( December 28, 2004 – July 4, 2012 ).
Lawton favored Georgia's secession and became colonel of the 1st Georgia Volunteers.
Nichols became Georgia's most expensive defendant, with his case topping $ 3 million for the prosecution and defense combined.
Created by an act of the Georgia Legislature on August 18, 1906 as the 11th District A & M School, it became Georgia's first state-supported two-year college in 1927.
Clayton became the first student to receive his diploma from Franklin College and went on to become a judge of wide respect and a U. S. Representative from Georgia, with Georgia's Clayton County being named in his honor.

became and ninth
( 2 ) Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants borrowed a teammate's bat and became the ninth big leaguer to stroke four home runs in a game ; ;
Young descended the ladder and, upon setting foot on the lunar surface, became the ninth human to walk on the Moon.
Cleveland became the first team to lose the World Series after carrying the lead into the bottom of the ninth inning of the seventh game.
Gerry later became the ninth Governor of Massachusetts.
In the first half of the first millennium, the Kashmir region became an important center of Hinduism and later of Buddhism ; later still, in the ninth century, Kashmir Shaivism arose.
In June 1788, it became the ninth state to ratify the United States Constitution, bringing that document into effect.
The Chicago Packers ( now Washington Wizards ) became the ninth NBA team in 1961.
In the ninth century, the Saxon nobility became vigorous supporters of monasticism and formed a bulwark of Christianity against the existing Slavic paganism to the east and the Nordic paganism of the Vikings to the north.
In the ninth and tenth centuries, however, notably with the compilation of the Kokinshū, the short poem became the dominant form of poetry in Japan, and the originally general word became the standard name for this form.
Between 1993 and 2004, Deportivo La Coruña finished in the top three on ten occasions, a better record than either Real Madrid or Barcelona, and in 2000, under Javier Irureta, they became the ninth team to be crowned champions.
* July 2: New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify the US Constitution, thereby allowing for the creation of the new government.
Instead of a group of eight companions based in the Obsidian Citadel who left periodically to fight evil, the Circle became eight wizards led by a ninth wizard, Gygax's former character Mordenkainen.
The festival that became the modern Day of the Dead fell in the ninth month of the Aztec calendar, about the beginning of August, and was celebrated for an entire month.
Secretariat became the ninth Triple Crown winner in history, and the first in 25 years.
On 2 July 2004, the Very Reverend Canon Dr Jeffrey John became the ninth Dean of the Cathedral.
When the empire became Christian under Constantine I, they were given permission to enter the city once a year, on the ninth day of the month of Av, to lament the loss of the Temple at the wall.
Pontiac also became the ninth North American automobile brand since 1987 to be phased out, after Merkur, Passport, Asüna, Geo, Plymouth, American Motors ( AMC ) ( renamed Eagle in 1988, only to be phased out a decade later ), and Oldsmobile.
On April 30, 2007, Lawrence L. Rinehart became the ninth Chief of the Bexley Police Department.
On his death in 1883 this line of the family also failed and he was succeeded by his fourth cousin Sir Henry Edwyn Chandos Scudamore-Stanhope, 3rd Baronet, of Stanwell, who became the ninth Earl ( for earlier history of the baronetcy, see below ).
Shōen holders had access to manpower and, as they obtained improved military technology ( such as new training methods, more powerful bows, armor, horses, and superior swords ) and faced worsening local conditions in the ninth century, military service became part of shōen life.
After the sudden death of President Turgut Özal, he became the ninth President on May 16, 1993, elected by the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records ( 2005 ), Kudrow and co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox became the highest paid TV actresses of all time, earning $ 1 million per episode for the ninth and tenth season of Friends.
After the cessation of official relations with the Tang Dynasty in the ninth century, Japanese art and architecture gradually became less influenced by China.

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