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His brief stint at Paris also grew his interest in politics and made him take part in the Revolution of 1830, and to associate this revolution, he took a large round metal plate from the streets of Paris as a souvenir for his involvement in it. After finishing his diploma and becoming a certified mining engineer, he returned back to the United States and traveled to various mines and did lots of projects in Missouri and [url=http://www.teatrodeoro.com/hollisterde.php]hollister deutschland[/url] research in the coal mines of Cuba. While working as a mining engineer, Clemson wrote various scientific articles and carried on his interest in artistic works like painting and drawing that he got fascinated when he was in Paris. Because [url=http://www.sandvikfw.net/shopuk.php]hollister sale[/url] of finishing his diploma in Paris and getting involved and influenced by the arts and education orderliness, Clemson always had the urge to establish an institution that would give quality best education to the future pedigree of South Carolinians. His urge or dream got fulfilled after he married Anna Maria Calhoun, the daughter of the senator John C. Calhoun.
Clemson met his wife during a business trip in the late 1830's and got married in the parlor of Fort Hill. The couple lived in Philadelphia for two years and after that came to the Calhoun's plantation. While living on the Calhoun plantation, Clemson took up an intense interest in agriculture [url=http://cgi.www5e.biglobe.ne.jp/~kurusu/cgi/light/light.cgi?res=64798]woolrich outlet Great Calming[/url] which was introduced by his father-in-law. [url=http://www.rtnagel.com/louboutin.php]louboutin[/url] Clemson started growing various plants and did a lot of research on the quality of the soils, chemicals that need to nourish the plants, and various techniques like terracing, deep plowing, etc. This deflected his scientific studies towards the question of agriculture such as soil [url=http://www.jeremyparendt.com/Barbour-Paris.php]barbour france paris[/url] analysis. Clemson's scientific interest grew [url=http://www.marrakech-hotel.fr]hollister[/url] so much that in the late 1840's he bought a plantation of his own in the Edgefield District and started practicing agriculture using the innovative and modernized methods which he had evaluated.
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As years passed by and outliving his wife and kids, the dream of establishing an educational trust that cater to provide quality education never slipped his mind. Before dying, Clemson wrote his will and this will of his became an important document in the history of higher education. His bequest clearly reflected his altruistic attitude that stated that if the state of South Carolina was not going to accept his will, he would have his executor establish a private university along the same lines. In his will, [url=http://www.par5club.com/louboutin.php]louboutin pas cher[/url] he allowed the state of South Carolina to establish an agricultural institution in the Calhoun plantation and expressed his desire of not tearing down the dwelling house at Fort Hills and all the articles such as furniture, photos, and books should not be disposed of. In the late 1890's, the state of South Carolina built the [url=http://www.sandvikfw.net/shopuk.php]hollister outlet sale[/url] Clemson University of Agriculture, which, as the years passed by, grew and became the Clemson University that had researches and studies in the field of Agriculture, Life Science, Arts, Architecture, Engineering, et cetera.
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