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What was the South's first radio station that began operation in Atlanta?
What did Henry Ford introduce in 1908?
What type of production does Georgia lead by 1930?
What did President Wilson declare WW1 as?
What three Countries formed the Axis Powers?
Who was known as "The Poppy Lady"?
Who was from Atlanta and was winning one golf championship after another and made the game popular throughout the United States?
Who was sworn for one day to serve the U.S. Senate?
What two things caused America to go into WW1 in 1917?
What was a Georgian center for training recruits and draftees as well as housing prisoners of war?
Who was sworn to serve in the House of Representatives?
What became Georgia's second most important crop?
What did Georgia farmers suffer in 1925?
Where did Ford set up the world's first assembly line?
What caused Austria-Hungary to declare war on Serbia in 1914?
What is "not taking sides in a conflict"?
How much did cotton prices fall during The Great Depression?
What word means "seeking to make a fortune in a hurry"?
What destroyed the fields of healthy cotton?
What type of production does Georgia lead by 1940?
How many automobiles were made in the U.S. by 1900?
How did the citizens of the U.S. change the government by 1930, given the state of the economy?
When was WW1 over?
What was President Wilson's slogan during his campaign?
Who was from Royston, Georgia and batted over 400 more seasons than any other major league baseball player?
What was the first airline to serve Atlanta?
What was organized and lead by Ivan Allen in 1925?
What type of policy is laissez-faire?
Who was elected for governor by 1930 and promised to straighten out the government's finances?
Who was a boxer from Camilla that became the world middleweight boxing champion and the first African American to hold that title?
Who was Governor Talmadge popular with?