Many times, churches are the oldest or only surviving buildings in a community. By looking past their initial purpose, we can use location, building materials and even architecture to tell us more about the history of Atlanta and it's people. This week, I'm back to tackle Part II of Atlanta's churches. Stories not just about buildings, but also enslaved people, protesting nuns, church built by the Confederates, the owners of Stone Mountain and yes, even old yearbooks.

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