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Description:New in New jacket. 609 pp, illustrated. Whitman is an...New in New jacket. 609 pp, illustrated. Whitman is an independent, co-educational, non-sectarian residential liberal arts and sciences undergraduate college, founded in 1882 in Walla Walla, Washington. This volume covers the college's middle years.
Description:Very Good. 0963295543 ~Very Good. VG DJ. Hardcover. Light shelf...Very Good. 0963295543 ~Very Good. VG DJ. Hardcover. Light shelf wear to boards/DJ; satisfaction guaranteed. Signed and inscribed by Tom Edwards to a couple close Walla Walla friends and supporters of Whitman College. Professor Edwards? s first book about the College, The Triumph of Tradition, published in 1992, chronicles how Whitman survived difficult growing pains from the time it was established as Whitman Seminary in 1859 until 1925, by which time it had become a respected institution. His new book, Tradition in a Turbulent Age, takes up the narrative in 1925 and pursues it through the next 50 years, concluding in 1975 when Robert Skotheim became president. Edwards notes in the preface that this volume covers a period in which the College? struggled even more with the pressures of external forces. From the Great Depression through the disruptions atten-dant upon the Vietnam War, Whitman experienced considerable turbulence. ?
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