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1  Trains roared in and out of the town at all hours.
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2  Scarlett looked about her for the little town she remembered so well.
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3  The town she was now seeing was like a baby grown overnight into a busy, sprawling giant.
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4  The people who settled the town called successively Terminus, Marthasville and Atlanta, were a pushy people.
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5  The urgent need of a wife became clear to him one morning when he was dressing to ride to town for Court Day.
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6  The little town was gone and the face of the rapidly growing city was animated with never-ceasing energy and bustle.
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7  The older, quieter cities were wont to look upon the bustling new town with the sensations of a hen which has hatched a duckling.
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8  Moreover, there was something personal, exciting about a town that was born--or at least christened--the same year she was christened.
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9  The same railroads which had made the town the crossroads of commerce in time of peace were now of vital strategic importance in time of war.
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10  On the outskirts of town were the remount depots where horses and mules milled about in large corrals, and along side streets were the hospitals.
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11  Atlanta had always interested her more than any other town because when she was a child Gerald had told her that she and Atlanta were exactly the same age.
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12  Like herself, the town was a mixture of the old and new in Georgia, in which the old often came off second best in its conflicts with the self-willed and vigorous new.
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13  Almost the pulsing of the town's heart could be felt as the work went forward night and day, pumping the materials of war up the railway arteries to the two battle fronts.
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14  In the nine years before Scarlett was born, the town had been called, first, Terminus and then Marthasville, and not until the year of Scarlett's birth had it become Atlanta.
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15  Far from the battle lines, the town and its railroads provided the connecting link between the two armies of the Confederacy, the army in Virginia and the army in Tennessee and the West.
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16  Restless, energetic people from the older sections of Georgia and from more distant states were drawn to this town that sprawled itself around the junction of the railroads in its center.
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17  She discovered when she grew older that Gerald had stretched the truth somewhat, as was his habit when a little stretching would improve a story; but Atlanta was only nine years older than she was, and that still left the place amazingly young by comparison with any other town she had ever heard of.
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