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Macon, Georgia

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Macon, Georgia City Info

When Hernando deSoto journeyed through this area in 1540 the city limits of present-day Macon had been inhabited for more than 13,000 years. Many cultures inhabited the "Fall Line" including Moundbuilders and the Hitchiti, who would later move south and form the core of the Seminole Tribe. When English traders visited a group of Native Americans, probably in 1686 under the command of Dr. Henry Woodward, they referred to them as the "Ochese (Ocmulgee) Creek," eventually dropping the "Ochese" and simply calling these people Creek Indians. The traders opened a post a few years later (now protected as part of the Ocmulgee National Monument) and from this point in time forward the area had English settlers continuously.

During the Civil War the city served as a hospital for wounded Confederates, a prison for Union soldiers, who were housed at the old fairgrounds and a manufacturing center for Confederate weapons. The Findley Iron Works built 80 1,500 lbs. cannon between 1862 and 1864. Macon was attacked in 1864 by General George Stoneman's cavalry in an ill-fated foray known as "The Stoneman Raid." The attack was repulsed by troops under the command of Howell Cobb. As General William Sherman approached the city towards the end of August, 1864, the interment camp was broken up and the prisoners spread out to other area camps. In November, 1864, Sherman was well on his "March to the Sea" (which surprisingly bypassed Macon and the Macon Arsenal) when Governor Joseph E. Brown decided to move the capital to Macon, to keep the state's records safe. A legislature was seated in the old city hall from February 15 until March 11, 1865. The city was finally captured, and under the command of General James H. Wilson at the end of the Civil War.

During the 1950's Macon began to both produce and attract a number of musicians, mostly black, with unusual musical talent. Among the names closely associated with the city are Leana Horne, Otis Redding, James Brown, "Little Richard" Penniman, and, slightly later, the Allman Brothers. It was only fitting that the Georgia Music Hall of Fame be located in a city that had such a wide-spread effect on music in America. In 1953 Neva Jane Langley (from Macon) won the coveted title of "Miss America."

Macon, along with much of central and western Georgia, bore the brunt of Alberto, first named storm of the 1994 hurricane season. When the city's water treatment plant on the banks of the Ocmulgee River was flooded more than 160,000 people went for up to 19 days without treated water. The river crested at 35.4 feet, significantly higher than the previous record of 29.90 set on March 19, 1990.

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