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In 1918, Peay returned to politics to seek the Democratic Party's nomination for governor, hoping to replace the incumbent, Tom Rye, ...

www.apsu.edu/about-apsu/austin-peay.php

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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The new PBS series 'Genealogy Roadshow' has uncovered a previously hidden piece of Tennessee history involving former Governor Austin Peay and whether ...

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Dec 25, 2009 ... Austin Peay, a successful and progressive governor during the 1920s, was perhaps best known as the governor who signed the infamous ...

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Peay, Austin Leavell (1 June 1876-2 Oct. 1927), governor of Tennessee, was born near Hopkinsville, Kentucky, the son of Austin Peay, a former Confederate ...

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AUSTIN PEAY III was born near Hopkinsville, Kentucky. He attended Washington and Lee University and received his law degree from Centre College, after ...

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Sep 9, 2013 ... From Clarksville, State of Tennessee, Governor Austin Peay - Moment in History featured on Clarksville Outdoors and presented by DBS ...

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Oct 11, 2016 ... NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced the eight appointees to the newly created Austin Peay State University (APSU) ...

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Feb 1, 2015 ... Austin Peay was once one of Tennessee's more famous governors, hailed as perhaps one of the most talented reformers in the state's history.