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Clemson Book: Clemson University by Helene M. Riley

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"Clemson University" by Helene M. Riley

127 pages

Dimensions: 6 1/2" X 9 1/2"

This is a small picture book with limited amounts of text.

From back cover: The roots of agriculture run deeply in South Carolina's history; even its earliest settlers valued the rich and fertile land.  However, after the Civil War devastated the Southern land and economy, many questioned if the agrarian way of life could survive.  Thomas Green Clemson, son-in-law of South Carolina's foremost statesman John C. Calhoun, believed in the promise of agricultural improvement through science and offered his estate, Fort Hill, to found the agricultural and mechanical college today called Clemson University.  For more than a century, the institution that bears his name has served as a beacon for perhaps thousands of students, standing proudly in the solemn Carolina foothills.

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