East Atlanta

This week I got to explore the rich history of East Atlanta. Beginning with area's earliest Native American trade route, the site of the Battle of Atlanta, school desegregation and a very unique neighborhood cemetery. There is even a mention of a glass eye and llamas! Listen and learn about this great neighborhood and why I personally love EAV so much.

Links I mentioned: 

http://www.batlevent.org/

https://www.georgiatrust.org/tag/2019-places-in-peril/

https://architecturalafterlife.com/2015/01/08/the-abandoned-east-atlanta-high/

https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/murphy-high-school-integration/1AFfNXYQYSLBow

http://www.orgsites.com/ga/sylvestercemetery/

https://www.pinterest.com/GalleriaByLeah/eav-3/?lp=true

Thank you to Krissy Venneman for the photos of EAV! 

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