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Kevin Krause

Southern Populism and "Tillmania" In South Carolina

Graduate Student
M.A., Clemson University, 2008

kmrock1@uga.edu

Research and Teaching Interests

[Political & Legal]
[U.S. 19th & 20th Century]
[U.S. South]

Dissertation

"In a Different "State" of Mind: Benjamin Tillman and the Transformation of State Government in South Carolina, 1885-1895," supervised by Dr. Stephen Berry (In Progress)

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William Jennings Bryan Award, UGA History Department, for best graduate student paper of the year (2010)

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