History of Limestone College, Gaffney, S.C., (Book, 1937
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Two elective upper-level History courses (300 or above) both courses must either be American or Non-American History Courses (6 credit hours) Course Requirements. Course Code Course Name Credits; HI110 World Civilization I 3 HI111 World Civilization II3 HI112 United States History I 3 HI113 United States History II 3 Print. Last modified. 10/14/2021 0848. Footer
A Brief History of Limestone College There is an excellent library guide available to help you learn about the history of Limestone College . You may explore this guide at your leisure. The book, A History of Limestone College 1845-1970, written by professor Dr. Montague McMillan is available in it's entirety in the library guide.
HISTORY Limestone College was established in 1845 by Dr. Thomas Curtis and his son, Dr. William Curtis, distinguished scholars born and educated in England. Limestone was the first woman's college in South Carolina and one of the first in the United States. In the late 1960's Limestone became fully coeducational. Limestone was a pioneer in providing educational
Limestone College women stroll in front of the college's main building in Gaffney; the skirt styles, blue jeans, and car date this photograph as sometime in the early 1950s. Their attire is a far cry from the dress and deportment of the first young ladies enrolled in theseminary organized there in 1945. Dr. Thomas Curtis, a Baptist minister from England, bought the Limestone
At Limestone, we believe that learning about other cultures and experiencing those cultures is an integral part of every student's education. Many colleges offer a small number of students the opportunity to study abroad; however, as part of your education at Limestone, we are proud to announce that every Limestone day student will have the opportunity to go on one short-term