|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Bradwell, James Dowse, b. approximately 1878.|
|Title:||James Dowse Bradwell dissertation and speech|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
James Dowse Bradwell was born around 1878 to Samuel Dowse and Elizabeth Bradwell of Liberty County, Georgia. Bradwell attended the University of Georgia and presented his dissertation to the University of Chicago.
This collection contains a copy of James Dowse Bradwell's 1900 dissertation, "The Local Governments of Colonial Georgia" presented to the University of Chicago and a speech given by him at the commencement ceremonies at the State Normal School (now the Georgia State Teachers College) at Athens, Georgia in 1926. In his speech, Bradwell reminisces on the legacy of his father, Captain Samuel D. Bradwell during his tenure as President of the State Normal School. Bradwell's speech recounts the early history of the school and the obstacles his father encountered as its president.
[item identification], James Dowse Bradwell dissertation and speech, MS 1647, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Mrs. Marty Godbey, 1998.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Item 1: Dissertation by James Dowse Bradwell, presented at the University of Chicago, 1900|
|1||Item 2: Speech by James Dowse Bradwell presented to State Normal School, Athens, Georgia, 1926|