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Engineering in a Land-Grant Context: The Past, Present, and Future of an Idea (review)
The convergence of land-grant colleges and the professionalization of engineering helped define a distinctively American form of higher education. Both land-grant colleges and the engineeringExpand
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The Improbable Era: The South since World War II
In this concise yet comprehensive, thoroughly researched, and crisply written study, The Improbable Era places developments over the last three decades in Southern economics, politics, education,Expand
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Populist Vanguard: A History of the Southern Farmers' Alliance
Significant as a political, economic, and social organization, the southern Farmers' Alliance was the largest and most influential farmers' organization in the history of the United States until theExpand
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The Promise of the New South: Life After Reconstruction (review)
Foster ("Parents and Children in Autobiography by Southern Afro-American Writers") and Bloom ("Coming of Age in the Segregated South: Autobiographies of TwentiethCentury Childhoods, Black and White")Expand
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Engineers and the New South Creed: The Formation and Early Development of Georgia Tech
In the last quarter of the 19th century fundamental changes occurred in the training of American engineers. At the same time major shifts were occurring in the economy of the American South. TheseExpand
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Arkansas and the New South
Arkansas and the New South, 1874-1929. By Carl H. Moneyhon. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1997. Pp. xii, 168. Foreword, introduction, illustrations, bibliographic essay, index. $26.00,Expand
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Engineering the New South: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985
The Georgia Institute of Technology as well as the University of Georgia celebrated landmark birthdays of their foundings in 1985 (UGA its bicentennial; GT its centennial). Both, fortunately, haveExpand
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