Governoredit]. In 1918, Peay returned to politics to seek the Democratic Party's
nomination for governor, hoping to replace the ...
Austin Peay (June 1, 1876-Oct. 2, 1927) served as governor of Tennessee from
1923 until his death. Austin Peay State University was named in his honor in ...
Austin Peay, originally from Hopkinsville , Kentucky , was governor from 1923 to
1927. As such, he may have done more to reform state government than any ...
Dec 25, 2009 ... Governor Austin Peay. Austin Peay, a successful and progressive governor
during the 1920s, was perhaps best known as the governor who ...
University offers four academic colleges that include; Arts and Letters, Science and Mathematics, Professional Programs and Social Sciences, and Graduate Studies. While AP is still locally known as a learning school for teachers, it includes over 50 undergra... More »
The new PBS series 'Genealogy Roadshow' has uncovered a previously hidden
piece of Tennessee history involving former Governor Austin Peay and whether ...
AUSTIN PEAY III was born near Hopkinsville, Kentucky. He attended Washington
and Lee University and received his law degree from Centre College, after ...
The Official website of Austin Peay State University Athletics, an official ... Be A
Gov Ad ... Redshirt freshman tailback Kendall Morris , of the Austin Peay State ...
Austin Peay State University Athletics Director Ryan Ivey has announced that
Kirby Cannon will not return as Governors head football coach for the 2016
Oct 20, 2013 ... Peay, for whom Clarksville's Austin Peay State University was named, earned
election as governor of Tennessee in 1922 and served in his ...