In 1918, Peay returned to politics to seek the Democratic Party's nomination for
governor, hoping to replace the incumbent, Tom Rye, ...
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 ...
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Tennessee Governor Austin Peay III. State Website. Office Dates: Jan 16, 1923 -
Oct 02, 1927. Died in office. Born: Jun 01, 1876. Passed: Oct 02, 1927.
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 ...
Feb 27, 2015 ... Governor Peay X was elected as the mascot for Austin Peay State University as
election results were announced during Thursday night's game ...
APSU is located in Clarksville, Tenn., the state's fifth largest and youngest city.
The school is named after former Tennessee Gov. Austin Peay, a Clarksville ...
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On this date in 1927 Austin Peay State University was founded. Named in honor
of Gov. Austin Peay, who served Tennessee from 1923-1927, Austin Peay State ...
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