The idea of a technology school in Georgia was introduced in 1865 during the Reconstruction period Two former Confederate officers Major John Fletcher Hanson (an industrialist) and Nathaniel Edwin Harris (a politician and eventually Governor of Georgia) who had become prominent citizens in the town of Macon Georgia after the Civil War strongly believed that the South needed to improve its technology to compete with the industrial revolution which was occurring throughout the North However because the American South of that era was mainly populated by agricultural workers and few technical developments were occurring a technology school was needed, George Wright Pickens Rockdale (90,312) Tom! . . ; Left: Railway turnouts; Right: Chicago Transit Authority control tower 18 guides elevated Chicago 'L' north and southbound Purple and Brown lines intersecting with east and westbound Pink and Green lines and the looping Orange line above the Wells and Lake street intersection in the loop at an elevated right of way. The composition of religious affiliation in Georgia is 70% Protestant 9% Catholic 1% Mormon 1% Jewish 0.5% Muslim 0.5% Buddhist and 0.5% Hindu Atheists deists agnostics and other unaffiliated people make up 13% of the population the largest Christian denominations by number of adherents in 2010 were the Southern Baptist Convention with 1,759,317; the United Methodist Church with 619,394; and the Roman Catholic Church with 596,384 Non-denominational Evangelical Protestant had 566,782 members the Church of God (Cleveland Tennessee) has 175,184 members and the National Baptist Convention USA Inc has 172,982 members the Presbyterian Church (USA) is the largest Presbyterian body in the state with 300 congregations and 100,000 members the other large body Presbyterian Church in America had at its founding date 14 congregations and 2,800 members; in 2010 it counted 139 congregations and 32,000 members the Roman Catholic Church is noteworthy in Georgia's urban areas and includes the Archdiocese of Atlanta and the Diocese of Savannah Georgia is home to the largest Hindu temple in the United States the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Atlanta located in the suburb city of Lilburn Georgia is home to several historical synagogues including the Temple (Atlanta) Congregation Beth Jacob (Atlanta) and Congregation Mickve Israel (Savannah) Chabad and the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute are also active in the state. 7 Parks and recreational activities Fine and performing arts Retired numbers 6 Conventions The Downtown skyline at sunset District 3 Lee Morris Republican; Starting rotation Greg Maddux*** The Centennial Research Building one of the buildings of the Georgia Tech Research Institute, Equatorial Guinea (5) Atlanta Georgia business directory!
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