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Flat Shoals Road in East Atlanta used to be a major trade route for Native Americans, particularly the Creek and the Cherokee tribes, according to a recent article in Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. After the civil war ended in the 1860s, East Atlanta quickly recovered and became a suburb of Atlanta. At the time, Moreland Avenue was nothing more than a dirt path. Throughout the early 20th century, hardship fell on the area, though the neighborhood remained racially integrated. Just 10 years ago, the neighborhood was practically ignored by city trendsetters because of the intimidating crime and drug scene. But an infusion of urban pioneers served as a catalyst for growth and renewal.

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