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*[[1865]]: [[Thomas Green Clemson]] is paroled at Shreveport, Louisiana, after serving four years in the Army of the Trans-Mississippi, CSA, during which time he worked in Arkansas and Texas developing nitrate mines for explosives.
 
*[[1865]]: [[Thomas Green Clemson]] is paroled at Shreveport, Louisiana, after serving four years in the Army of the Trans-Mississippi, CSA, during which time he worked in Arkansas and Texas developing nitrate mines for explosives.
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*[[1873]]: Future member of the Clemson [[Board of Trustees]], [[Bennette Eugene Geer]] is born in Anderson County, South Carolina.
 
*[[June 7]]-June 9, [[1903]]: 1902-1903 session ends - Commencement held.
 
*[[June 7]]-June 9, [[1903]]: 1902-1903 session ends - Commencement held.
 
*[[1973]]: The [[Clemson Alumni Center]] is dedicated.
 
*[[1973]]: The [[Clemson Alumni Center]] is dedicated.

Latest revision as of 07:21, 1 December 2011

Wikipedia's article on June 9.

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  • 1865: Thomas Green Clemson is paroled at Shreveport, Louisiana, after serving four years in the Army of the Trans-Mississippi, CSA, during which time he worked in Arkansas and Texas developing nitrate mines for explosives.
  • 1873: Future member of the Clemson Board of Trustees, Bennette Eugene Geer is born in Anderson County, South Carolina.
  • June 7-June 9, 1903: 1902-1903 session ends - Commencement held.
  • 1973: The Clemson Alumni Center is dedicated.
  • 2006: Clemson left fielder Tyler Colvin hits a walk off Grand Slam in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Tigers over Oral Roberts 11-8 in the Super Regionals in Clemson, South Carolina.
  • 2007: Clemson is eliminated in the second game of the Super Regional against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in front of a record Super Regional crowd of 13,715 at Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, Mississippi, with the Tigers falling, 5-8.


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