The Downtown Atlanta area traces its roots back to 1826, when railroad surveyors began looking for a route between Milledgeville and Chattanooga. As a result of this survey and railroad construction, a town named Terminus was founded in 1837 in what is now Downtown Atlanta. In 1842, the thirty citizens of Terminus voted to change the town’s name to Marthasville in honor of then Governor Lumpkin’s daughter, Martha. Just five years later, in 1847, the town again changed names and became Atlanta. Today, Downtown Atlanta is full of vibrant neighborhoods in the heart of the city through leadership, advocacy, social activities, communication, and education.
Visit Downtown Atlanta’s Website: http://www.atlantadna.org/.
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