Texas A&M, the First 25 Years

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Eakin Press, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 194 pages
Just about all of A&M's strong traditions can be traced to events that occurred during its first twenty-five years. It was during this time that A&M formed the Corps of Cadets, published its first newspaper and yearbook, assembled the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band, organized what is now the Ross Volunteers, and started its football rivalry with UT. These traditions and more began amid turmoil as A&M struggled to define its curriculum, to survive the politics of lawmakers, and to curb internal feuds. The spirit of the university emanates from this illustrated history.

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