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" Dwayne Cox and William Morison trace the twists and turns of the University of Louisville's two-hundred-year journey from provincial academy to national powerhouse. They tell the extraordinary story of the Louisville Municipal College and U of L's separate division for African Americans during the era of segregation; they detail the political wrangling as the university became a state-supported institution; and they confront head-on the question of the university's founding date. From the dreams of the U of L's 1798 founders to the 1998 opening of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Cox and…mehr

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" Dwayne Cox and William Morison trace the twists and turns of the University of Louisville's two-hundred-year journey from provincial academy to national powerhouse. They tell the extraordinary story of the Louisville Municipal College and U of L's separate division for African Americans during the era of segregation; they detail the political wrangling as the university became a state-supported institution; and they confront head-on the question of the university's founding date. From the dreams of the U of L's 1798 founders to the 1998 opening of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Cox and Morison reveal the fascinating history of the university that has educated hundreds of thousands of students.
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Dwayne D. Cox, university archivist at Auburn University, was associate archivist at the University of Louisville from 1975 to 1986. William J. Morison is associate professor of history and director of the University Archives and Records Center at the University of Louisville.