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People said he was different and possessed by a dream, but such comments did not deter David English Camak as he worked to fulfill his vision of a common school for textile mill workers. Using his considerable persuasive skills, Camak convinced prominent citizens of Spartanburg, South Carolina, to support the establishment of Textile Industrial Institute. Common Ties is the story of that school from its establishment in 1911 through its time as Spartanburg Junior College and now Spartanburg Methodist College, a two-year liberal arts institution approaching its centennial. Katherine Davis Cann, a professor of history at SMC, brings the school's rich and unique history to life through the voices of students and the countless men and women who gave their best to assure its future.
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Katherine Davis Cann is an historian of the New South. She has published articles in several scholarly journals on a wide range of topics, including Abbeville, South Carolina in the late 18th century, Sarah Morgan Dawson, a late 19th century journalist, South Carolina economic development in the 1920s, and Islam. Her new book, Common Ties, a history of Spartanburg Methodist College, will be available from Hub City late in 2007. She currently serves as Professor of History and Chair of the Social Science Division at Spartanburg Methodist College. In 2007, she received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. Dr. Cann holds degrees from Lander College, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of South Carolina. Her Ph. D. dissertation, a social and economic history of South Carolina in the 1920s, complements her recent research on the textile industry in the South Carolina piedmont. A former president of the South Carolina Historical Association, Dr. Cann serves on the Board of the Spartanburg County Historical Association, and is a member of various historical associations.
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