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The original name of at Atlanta was Terminus, which makes it evident that the origin of Atlanta was as railroad settlement, which, in 1837, was established as a village. It was to this location that the Atlantic and Western Railroad ran southward from the Tennessee state line, and from there connected to other portions of the state. An edict that forced some 17,000 Creek and Cherokee Indians numerous miles to the west, on a route that came to be known as the Trail of Tears, reinforced the hold on the region that he white pioneers had. In 1843, the name of the settlement to Marthasville and in 1845 it was changed again to Atlanta. The year 1848 brought the incorporation of Atlanta. Atlanta had become a thriving commercial hub by the beginning of the Civil War. After the end of the Civil War, the Phoenix was adopted as the symbol of Atlanta.
Following a heated and vigorous public debate in 1861, Atlanta elected to become one of the 11 states that would secede from the Union over the issue of slavery, and also made an attempt to become the capital of the Confederacy. However, ultimately, that honor went to Richmond, Virginia. The railroad links that had permitted the community to rise to prominence prior to the Civil War, made it a critical medical center and supply depot during the conflict. However, this fact also made Atlanta a very tempting target for the Union forces. Under the command of General William Tecumseh Sherman. the forces of the Confederacy laid siege to Atlanta, which was first occupied and then literally burned to the ground by Union troops during the summer of 1864.
Until 1876, the Union soldiers provided this military occupation, which continued, although the community started vigorously rebuilding. Educational, cultural institutions, businesses, and new homes were established and constructed, and the railroads were repaired. Atlanta became the permanent capital of Georgia in 1877, and adopted the Phoenix as its official symbol a phoenix rising from the ashes in 1888, as the community had also done. During the last 20 years of the 1800's, the population of Atlanta more than doubled, to 90,000 people.
During the early 1900's, Atlanta continued with its rapid growth and by 1910, the population of Atlanta had increased to about 155,000 people. Despite a 1917 disastrous fire, the population continued to increase. The African American population in Atlanta also increased rapidly, and the early years of the 1900's, were marred by the racial intolerance that was commonplace all throughout the South. An Atlanta professor named W. E. B. du Bois established the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in 1900, which remains the leading advocacy institution for African Americans. During the early 1900's, after some race riots, the African American black business community organized its own successful enclave on Auburn Street, where it flourished. Eventually, Atlanta became a hub for African American higher education, which was characterized by long-time mayor named William Hartsfield as a community that was Too Busy to Hate. During the 1960's, Atlanta became a center of the Civil Rights movement with the rise to prominence of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Atlanta, started out as a rail terminus, and continued its f transportation leadership tradition with the 1929 completion of its first airport and its rapid rise to become one of the primary air transport hubs in the country. In 1961, 1977, and 1980, improved facilities followed and in 1980, the new Harts-field International Airport was completed and opened. It has been said that regardless if you are going to heaven or hell, you will have to change planes in Atlanta.
Atlanta has become an increasingly cosmopolitan community, which attracts an ever increasing number of international travelers with facilities that include a two and one half million square foot, or 232,250 square meter convention center, a 16,000 seat coliseum, as well as a 4,500 seat civic center, during the post-war decades. During the 1960's, Atlanta acquired three major-league sports teams. Atlanta also attracted international attention when it became the host of the Democratic National Convention in 1988. During the 1990's, the worldwide spotlight shone even more brightly on the community of Atlanta, while it was preparing for the 1996 Olympics, which transformed the landscape of Atlanta with the building of the Olympic Village. These Olympic Games attracted some 11,000 athletes from 197 different countries, which for the modern Olympics, was a record. for the modern Olympics. However, the Olympic games were disrupted a bombing in the Centennial Olympic Park that injured over 100 people and killed two people. However, the Olympic Games went on as scheduled. It wasn't long before crowds were arriving back to the park in droves, and the focus returned to the athletes themselves, whose triumphs provided the ultimate primary drama of the Olympic Games and left the community of Atlanta with an indelible positive image of the long planned event.