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by George A. Dillingham

Author: George A. Dillingham
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: University Press Of America (December 30, 1988)
Pages: 196 pages
Category: History
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George A. Dillingham, The Foundation of the Peabody Tradition, Lanham, M. University Press of America, 1989. University of Kentucky.

It is located on the Peabody campus at West Mount Vernon Place.

It is located on the Peabody campus at West Mount Vernon Place in the Mount Vernon-Belvedere historic cultural neighborhood north of downtown Baltimore, Maryland, across from the landmark Washington Monument. Are you sure you want to remove The foundation of the Peabody tradition from your list?

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This was essential at the time as all international transactions were settled in gold certificates or gold itself

This was essential at the time as all international transactions were settled in gold certificates or gold itself. The banking firm of George Peabody and Company was established in 1851. It was during his early years in London that Peabody was rejected by London society as being representative of several states in America who had defaulted on their loan repayments to Europe. Through his work with several states and noted journalists he was slowly accepted back into the top.

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George Peabody, American-born merchant and financier whose banking operations in England helped establish . When his brother’s Newburyport, Mass. dry goods store burned down in 1811, Peabody went to Georgetown in Washington, . to work in a wholesale dry-goods warehouse.

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The Peabody Education Fund, established in 1867 with a two million dollar endowment from philanthropist George Peabody, became a major force in the reestablishment of southern education after the Civil War. This study attempts to illuminate the aspirations and work of the Peabody Education Fund during the late nineteenth century. The focus of the book is the work of Peabody Normal College, the predecessor of George Peabody College. Although the Peabody Fund engaged in a number of educational endeavors, it ultimately made the training of teachers its main emphasis for assisting southern education. In refining this effort, the Fund adopted Peabody College as its central normal for the entire South and the lion's share of its revenue went to this institution. In fulfilling its role, Peabody College developed a respected program, attracted a highly qualified faculty for the time, drew students broadly from the southern region, and sent graduates throughout the South and beyond imbued with the Peabody tradition.