Thomas Green Clemson

Twelve chapters, twelve authors.
Edited by Alma Bennett

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From the back cover. Thomas Green Clemson's legacy is well-known, but the man behind the University is not.
Yet his remarkable life provides us, even today, with a template for the truly educated person.
He was a scientist, farmer, and diplkomat. He enjoyed the arts, painted, played the violin, and wrote music.
And we was one of the architects of the land-grant college revolution.
This excellent new biography is a must-read for everyone who loves clemson University.
In it, you will meet one of the most influential and least-understood men in the history of higher education in America.



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