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Chapter 12: Georgia. Atlanta, capital of Georgia, is rising from the dust in which Sherman's too famous m
ll that told of former opulence and present wreck.
Atlanta, rising from her ashes, is a type of Georgia.
Standing on a hill, the domes and turrets of Atlanta, shining over belts of ash and pine, endow her with a regal nd Mississippi, and might send up Negro senators to Atlanta, if not to Washington.
Lee County might have her A s in either of their sister States ; the burning of Atlanta, the destruction of property at Milledgeville, and at scars are left?
The rent and blackened walls of Atlanta have not disappeared.
It is in vain to dream that any White leaguers in Georgia?
we ask a senator in Atlanta.
Yes, he answers frankly; you will find eithe ome the sentiment of all. We have White leaguers in Atlanta, but I must warn you against the idea, that in Geor or New Orleans, why should not Sam aspire to sit in Atlanta?
The lowest senator, he hears, gets three dollars