Atlanta: A City of Neighborhoods
University of South Carolina Press, 1994 - History - 126 pages
Looks at the South's leading metropolis not as the home of a pennant-winning baseball team or as the capitol of Georgia or even as the host of the 1996 Olympics but rather as the sum of more than 325 neighborhoods.
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