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by Edmond Amateis
Thomas G. Clemson, South Carolina’s prominent innovator, is known for his constructive works as an artist, mining engineer, diplomat, agriculturalist, and educator. Represented standing on a bale of cotton, Clemson instructs a farmer in the theoretical and scientific aspects of agriculture. The pine tree on the extreme left represents forestry and naval stores. The bull represents Clemson College, founded by a bequeath to the state by Clemson, and its concern with the
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