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Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
- His first name was Michael and later changed to Martin
- His mothers name was Alberta (btw I am from Calgary, ALBERTA, Canada)
- Was greatly influenced by Mahatma Ghandi in India and went there to learn more about him.
- Married Coretta Scott
- He published 4 books
- A major event that kick started his life was when a black woman (Rosa Parks) refused to give up her seat to a white man in a black/white segregated ...
... to go in and check it out but interesting. We walked down to the Marta statkion at Peachtree and went back to the hotel...first to the airport and....... then by shuttle train to the hotel. After checking in and packing we went across the street to the Marriott for a beer and sliders. Now it's off. To bed as tomorrow it will be a really early ...
... moving forward. Once we were given the project, I realized I had many more questions than I was previously aware of. Thankfully, Hunter was there to guide us and I was thoroughly impressed with the knowledge and experience he has gained over the past year since he was on the MAP programme himself. Thinking about how far he has come, it makes me excited and charged to learn as much as I possibly can.
We finished our proposal in an hour and two minutes - about ...
... fourteen Atlanta men got together and founded the Atlanta Historical Society; Walter McElreath (1867-1951) led the group that began by publishing a history bulletin (last published in 2006). The group remained small till 1986, when Beverly DuBose donated a collection of Civil War artifacts and the current museum was built. Since then, a $15 million museum opened (1993); an expansion was completed (1996); a fourth permanent exhibit ...