History of the Tennessee Education Congress, 1923-1967
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History of the Tennessee Education Congress, 1923-1967

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Published by National Education Association in Washington .
Written in English


  • Tennessee Education Congress -- History.

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Statementby George W. Brooks.
LC ClassificationsLC2703.T463 B76
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. :
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5187218M
LC Control Number75006651

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GARRETT, Finis James, a Representative from Tennessee; born near Ore Springs, Weakley County, Tenn., Aug ; attended the common schools and Clinton (Ky.) College; graduated from Bethel College, McKenzie, Tenn., ; newspaper editor; teacher; lawyer, private practice; appointed master in chancery Septem Janu ; delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Explore the U.S. House of Representatives through Records Search, a thoughtfully chosen collection of primary sources. Records Search contains a selection of the millions of pages of official archival records of committees and officers that highlight key historical moments and provide institutional and functional context about the ://   This is a list of people who have served as Governor of Tennessee.. The governor's term in office is limited by the Tennessee state first constitution, enacted in , set a term of two years for the governor and provided that no person could serve as governor for more than 6 years in any 8-year period. The term of office was lengthened to four years, without the possibility Oral History Project New York, NY Oral History: 33 leaves. Includes discussion of Dwight Eisenhower, Republican politics, Commission on National Goals, Committee on Programs and Progress, recession, Sputnik, and National Defense Education Act. In Eisenhower administration project. Permission required to cite, quote, and ://?memIndex=P

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