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Post World War II Developments. Lesson 23 SS8H10.a,b,c. SS8H10 The student will evaluate key post-World War II developments of Georgia from 1945 to 1970. a. Analyze the impact of the transformation of agriculture on Georgia’s growth.  

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post world war ii developments

Post World War IIDevelopments

Lesson 23

SS8H10.a,b,c

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SS8H10 The student will evaluate key post-World War II developments of Georgia from 1945 to 1970.

  • a. Analyze the impact of the transformation of agriculture on Georgia’s growth.  
  • b. Explain how the development of Atlanta, including the roles of mayors William B. Hartsfield and Ivan Allen, Jr., and major league sports, contributed to the growth of Georgia.  
  • c. Discuss the impact of Ellis Arnall.
  • EQ: What were the developments of Georgia from 1945 to 1970? How did they impact Georgia?
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Georgia remained a farming state until after World War II, which ended in 1945.
  • The number of people living in the country remained around 2 million from 1920-1960. By 1990, however, the percentage of people living in the country would drop to only a quarter of those in Georgia.
  • Georgia cities had begun to grow. Today less than 2% of Georgians are involved with farms.
  • Most of Georgia’s farms sell less than $10,000in products a year.
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1940-1950 the yearly income went from 300 to 1,000.

  • Farmers had access to tractors, harvesting machines, refrigerated trucks and new chemicals to control weeds.
  • 10% of farmers grew cotton.
  • Peanuts made more money
william b hartsfield 1890 1971
William B. Hartsfield(1890-1971)
  • William B. Hartsfield served as mayor of Atlanta for longer than any other mayor in the city’s history—six terms, from 1937-1961.
  • During his tenure, Atlanta’s population multiplied by ten times—from 100,000 to 1 million.
  • In regard to the laws governing people of color, Hartsfield promoted the idea of Atlanta as a “City Too Busy to Hate”.
hartsfield cont
Hartsfield, cont.
  • Hartsfield’s political career began at the age of 32, when he was elected to the Atlanta City Council.
  • There he worked to build Atlanta’s aviation industry.
  • At the time he began his campaign, in the 1920s, people did not yet fly for travel as they do today.
  • In 1928, he was named Atlanta’s “father of aviation” by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
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1924: Hartsfield ran for the Georgia House of Representatives, but lost.
  • 1932: He ran again and was elected to represent Fulton County.
  • 1936: He was elected Atlanta’s Mayor.
  • The Great Depression had hurt Atlanta’s economy, Hartsfield secured donations from Coca-Cola, and his strict budgeting helped the city recover by 1938.
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Hartsfield was defeated as mayor in 1940. However, when the U.S. joined World War II in 1941, the current mayor joined the military. A special election was held in 1942 and Hartsfield won again. He was elected for four more elections.
  • In 1952, Atlanta tripled its size from 37 to 128 square miles, adding 100,000 people to its population.
  • In 1961, Hartsfield choose not to run for office again.
  • Hartsfield died in 1971, and the Atlanta airport was renamed in his honor.
come fly the friendly skies
COME FLY THE FRIENDLY SKIES
  • Atlanta became the home base for Delta Air Lines
  • Interstate System was developed between 1950-1960
  • MARTA: Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority: 1960
ivan allen jr 1911 2003
Ivan Allen, Jr.(1911-2003)
  • Ivan Allen, Jr. served in World War II. Then, he worked for the governor and his fathers business.
  • When Hartsfield left office, he won and served as mayor from 1962-1970. People credit him with keeping peace during the civil rights movement.
  • As mayor, Allen was liberal. Allen’s first act was to have signs like “White Only” over water fountains removed from City Hall.
  • Allen also ended the rule that Black police officers could not arrest a white person and the blacks could not be firefighters.
ivan allen jr cont
Ivan Allen, Jr. cont.
  • Allen worked with civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Allen was the only politician from the South to speak in favor of the Civil Rights Act in the U.S. Congress.
  • By 1964, Allen was able to bring desegregation to all public facilities in Atlanta.
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Unfortunately, Allen was the mayor during the construction of a concrete wall intended to keep black people away from a white area.
  • This incident was called the Peyton Road Affair. The wall was later found to be unconstitutional and was torn down.
  • Allen worked to bring the Atlanta Braves to the city. He worked to build the Atlanta Stadium for a team and then convinced the team to move to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He also helped bring major league football and basketball teams to the city in the late 1960s.
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Who was the mayor of Atlanta for the longest terms?

  • What does MARTA stand for?
  • Name 2 inventions that helped southern farmers.
  • What crop was more profitable in 1945-1960?
  • Who was the father of aviation?
  • Hartsfield is home of what major airline company?
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7. Who ended the rule that a black police officer could not arrest a white person?

8. Name 1 more good thing he did to help segregation.

9. What was the Peyton Road Affair?

10. What team did Allen bring to Atlanta?

sidney lanier ga author
Sidney Lanier: Ga Author

The Marshes of Glynn

james brown
James Brown
  • “Godfather of Soul”
  • “I Feel Good”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzlpTRNIAvc

otis redding
Otis Redding

“Sittin’ on the Dock

Of the Bay”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nA18g_PwG0

ray charles
Ray Charles

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec6nFs3kRZQ

“Georgia on my Mind”

brenda lee
Brenda Lee

“I’M Sorry”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiGPQVUJqq0

gladys knight
Gladys Knight

“I Heard it through

The Grapevine”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf2gEA40Elg

little richard
Little Richard

“Tutti Fruitti”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVWm9PQeYtE

atlanta braves
Atlanta Braves
  • When the Braves moved to Atlanta, they were the first professional sports team to be located in the South.
  • In 1966, the Braves played its first season and in 1969, they won the Western Division of the National League.
  • One player, Hank Aaron, set the 1974 record for the most homeruns.
  • In 1976, Ted Turner bought the Braves. Turner owned a cable network and wanted to play the team’s games on his channel. This was the beginning of a well known television station, TBS.
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Through the 1980s, the Braves continued to play poorly. In 1991, the team hired new players and the season ended with the team winning the Western Division title.
  • Through the early 1990s, the number of fans attending games rocketed to 3 million.
  • Finally, in 1995, the Braves won the World Series. It was the first national title for a Georgia team.
  • The Braves made it to the World Series two more times, in 1996 and 1999. Both times they lost to the New York Yankees.
atlanta falcons
Atlanta Falcons
  • In 1965, the Atlanta Falcons football team joined the NFL. Rankin M. Smith of the Life Insurance Company of Georgia purchased the team for $8.5 million.
  • Like the Braves, the Falcons played their first game in 1966, at the Atlanta Stadium.
  • Throughout the 1970s the team was not strong, but in 1977, the team began to improve.
  • In 1998, they played in the Super Bowl, but lost. Since then, the team has continued to struggle for wins.
  • Today, Arthur Blank and Rich McKay of The Home Depot own the Falcons.
atlanta hawks
Atlanta Hawks
  • The Hawks are an NBA team that moved to Atlanta in 1968 from St. Louis, Missouri. They play at the Philips Arena.
  • Georgia real estate developer Thomas Cousin and former Georgia Governor Carl Sanders purchased the team for Atlanta.
  • In 1977, Ted Turner purchased the team and in 1980, the team won the Central Division Title.
  • The team is currently owned by Atlanta Spirit, a company with nine owners that also controls the Philips Arena.
  • The Hawks are currently coached by Mike Woodson, the team’s tenth head coach since they moved to Atlanta in 1968.
atlanta thrashers
Atlanta Thrashers
  • The Atlanta Thrashers is a hockey team that plays in the NHL.
  • The Thrashers came to Atlanta in 1999, when it was purchased by Ted Turner.
  • Today, Atlanta Spirit owns the team. Atlanta Spirit bought the Hawks, Thrashers and Philips Arena for $250 million.
  • The Thrasher have yet to have a winning season, but are very active in community service.
ellis arnall 1907 1992
Ellis Arnall(1907-1992)
  • Arnall served as governor of Georgia from 1943-1947. During this time, Arnall aggressively reformed Georgia government and paid off the state debt.
  • He was elected to represent Coweta County in the Georgia House of Representatives when he was just 25 years old.
  • At 31, he was appointed Attorney General of the state, the youngest in the country at that time.
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In 1942, at 35 years old, Arnall defeated Eugene Talmadge and became governor, also the youngest in the nation.
  • Arnall worked to bring progressive reform to the state.
  • He worked to restore accreditation to Georgia’s Universities. He also reformed the state prisons, tax system, and lowered the state’s voting age.
  • Arnall also backed an unpopular liberal in the 1944 presidential election.
  • Arnall’s reforms also allowed black voters to vote in the state’s white-only primary elections. Courts had already ruled that such primaries were unconstitutional. Other states were avoiding enforcing this rule, but Arnall did not.
  • Eugene Talmadge unseated Arnall in the next governor’s race.
ss8h10 a b c quiz
SS8H10 A,B,C QUIZ
  • 1. Which statement BEST explains William B. Hartsfield’s importance on planes?
  • A. William Hartsfield enjoyed riding on planes.
  • B. William Hartsfield was afraid to fly.
  • C. William Hartsfield worked to make planes safer.
  • D. William Hartsfield was the father of aviation in Georgia.
  • 2. Which statement BEST explains Ellis Arnall’s political point of view?
  • A. He was a conservative.
  • B. He was not a politician.
  • C. He was a progressive reformer.
  • D. He was the founder of the progressive movement.
  • 3. Which even brought the only national championship win in Georgia’s professional
  • sports?
  • A. The World Series of 1995
  • B. The Super Bowl of 1974
  • C. The NBA Championships of 1998
  • D. The Rose Bowl of 1983
  • 4. Ted Turner has owned:
  • A. The Braves and the Falcons
  • B. The Falcons and the Hawks
  • C. The Braves and the Hawks
  • D. The Falcons and the Thrashers