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University of Tennessee builds for the twentieth century.

James Riley Montgomery

University of Tennessee builds for the twentieth century.

A history of the University of Tennessee during the administration of President Brown Ayers, 1904-1919.

by James Riley Montgomery

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Published by The Univ. of Tenn. Record in Knoxville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ayers, Brown, -- 1856-1915.,
  • University of Tennessee -- History.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination97 p.
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14339993M

    Quick Facts Name Tennessee Williams Birth Date Ma Death Date Febru Education Soldan High School, University of Iowa, University of Missouri, University City High SchoolBorn: The general contractors were none other than the Foster and Creighton Company, the same company responsible for building several Nashville buildings throughout the 20th century, such as the Bennie Dillon building (the building that is catty-corner from the Downtown Library), the Union Stockyards, the West End Synagogue and even Memorial Gym on.

    In the midth century, a medical student reportedly hanged himself in a residential building close to The University of Vermont’s Burlington campus. Shortly after his death, the story states, the deceased’s roommates reported experiencing visions of being treated by a stethoscope-wearing doctor at night. Tennessee State Capitol Building In the early 20th century, popular theory held that this building, located on Cumberland Avenue, was the first state capitol of Tennessee. There is, however, no evidence to support this claim and historians have pointed out that this structure was not built until after the capitol had moved to middle Tennessee.

    My doctoral research (PhD , The University of Tennessee) focused on cultural circulation, punk landscapes, and the late 20th century. I obtained my MA in Geography from California State University, Long Beach in , focusing on the emotional geographies of LA’s vinyl record industry. In , I received the B.S. in Political Science degree from ETSU. In , I received the M.A. in History degree from ETSU. In , I was awarded the Ph.D. in History degree from The University of Memphis. My area of expertise is 20th century and 21st century American political tion: Professor.


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