- Author:Thomas D. Clark
- Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group; New ed of 1948 ed edition (1970)
- Pages:122 pages
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Dr Thomas Clark became head of the history department in 1941 and a. .1933 - first book published - The Beginning of the L&N (railroad) - married Martha Turner. The Rural Press and the New South (Baton Rouge, 1948).
Dr Thomas Clark became head of the history department in 1941 and a distinguished professor in 1950. 1935 - rescues precious historical documents from destruction at Frankfort. The Emerging South (with A. D. Kirwan) (Oxford University Press, New York, 1961).
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Clark, Thomas Dionysius, 1903-. American newspapers - Southern States. New York : Greenwood Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.
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IN this book Thomas D. Clark takes the year 1920 as marking the beginning of the South's emergence, from the corrosive effect of Civil War, reconstruction, and a long, bitter agricultural depression in which the thunder and lightning flashes of the Populist rebellion played so greet . Clark takes the year 1920 as marking the beginning of the South's emergence, from the corrosive effect of Civil War, reconstruction, and a long, bitter agricultural depression in which the thunder and lightning flashes of the Populist rebellion played so greet a part. View Full Article in Timesmachine .
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Thomas D. Clark was born on July 14, 1903 in Louisville, Mississippi, USA as Thomas Dionysius Clark. He was a writer, known for For Generations to Come: The Wisdom of Thomas Clark (1999). He was married to Loretta Gilliam and Martha Elizabeth Turner.
The country press has been one of the most vigorous institutions in the New South. It has functioned alongside the country store, the rural and small-town church and school as a common man's institution. So-called common people of the South have left few private personal records to tell their story. Instead their history is preserved in those records of institutions which have served their economic and cultural needs. The most literate chronicle of rural progress is to be found in the weekly newspaper
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Lexington in Fayette County, Kentucky - The American South (East South . 3. Thomas D. Clark Marker with the Main Building in background.
Lexington in Fayette County, Kentucky - The American South (East South Central). 1. Clark Marker. Dr. Clark helped establish both the UK Libraries’ Special Collections and the University Press of Kentucky. This page was last revised on November 19, 2019.