1929 East Tennessee Teachers Football Team

1929 East Tennessee Teachers football team

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The 1929 East Tennessee Teachers football team was an American football team that represented East Tennessee State Teacher's College-now known as East Tennessee State University (ETSU)-as an independent in the 1927 college football season. They were led by fifth-year coach John Robinson. Robinson was assisted by William "Willie" Flinn Rogers, who taught history and government at the school from 1925 to 1968. This was Robinson's final year coaching the team, and his squad finished with a 2-5-1 record.

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1935 East Tennessee Teachers Buccaneers football team

The 1935 East Tennessee Teachers Buccaneers football team was an American football team that represented State Teachers College, Johnson City-now known as East Tennessee State University (ETSU)-as a member of the Smoky Mountain Conference in the 1935 college football season. They were led by fourth-year head coach Gene McMurray. The 1935 team marks the first time the football team was called the Buccaneers, which McMurray is credited with coining. .

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Department of East Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia

Organized September 27, 1864. The Valley District was added on April 9, 1865 from the Department of Northern Virginia. Commanders: John C. Breckinridge - September 27, 1864 - February 20, 1865 Jubal A. Early - February 20, 1865 - March 29, 1865 John Echols - March 29, 1865 - April 19, 1865

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1933 East Tennessee Teachers football team

The 1933 East Tennessee Teachers football team was an American football team that represented East Tennessee State Teacher's College, Johnson City-now known as East Tennessee State University (ETSU)-as a member of the Smoky Mountain Conference in the 1933 college football season. They were led by second-year head coach Gene McMurray. The 1933 team had by far best record of any team in the program's history with a 6-1-2 mark against the "hardest schedule ever attempted by the school". .

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2016–17 East Tennessee State Buccaneers women's basketball team

The 2016-17 East Tennessee State Buccaneers women's basketball team represented East Tennessee State University (ETSU) during the 2016-17 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. They finished the season 16-14, 8-6 in SoCon play to finish in third place. They lost in the quarterfinals of the SoCon Women's Tournament to Samford. During the Elon game on December 17, 2016, junior guard Tianna Tarter became the 23rd ETSU women's basketball player to surpass the 1,000-point mark and only the fifth in program history to reach it in three seasons. On December 20, 2016, senior Shamauria Bridges became ETSU women's basketball's career leader in three-pointers in defeating Coppin State. Bridges ended the game at 242 career threes. Bridges finished the season with 90 made three-pointers, ranking as the most in a single season in school history and fifth most in SoCon history. Tarter ranked as tied in second place for three-pointers in school history.

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1934 East Tennessee Teachers football team

The 1934 East Tennessee Teachers football team was an American football team that represented East Tennessee State Teacher's College, Johnson City-now known as East Tennessee State University (ETSU)-as a member of the Smoky Mountain Conference in the 1934 college football season. They were led by third-year head coach Gene McMurray. The 1934 team had a total of 40 players with 13 returning lettermen. Despite a 3-3-2 record, they finished third in the conference. One of the most memorable moments was the Thanksgiving afternoon game with Milligan before a record-setting crowd at the new Roosevelt Stadium, though East Tennessee lost 14-0. Seniors Pryor Hunt and Lynn Massengill were considered "best players to ever play their positions at T. C. " according to Berney Burelson. .

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The Antebellum Period in East Tennessee

The state of Tennessee consists of three major divisions-East, Middle, and West Tennessee. The geography of Middle Tennessee consists of rolling hills, and West Tennessee is generally flat, but East Tennessee has some of the most rugged terrain in the Appalachian Mountains. The rugged terrain of East Tennessee hampered the development of agricultural land in the region, and delayed the development of roads and railways, while obstructions in the Tennessee River below Chattanooga hampered the development of water transportation, making it difficult for East Tennesseans to bring any products to markets. Thus, the agrarianism of the region was limited to food production rather than the production of "cash crops". This began to change with the completions of the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad in 1855, linking Knoxville to Georgia, and the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad in 1858, linking Knoxville to Bristol. With the completion of these railways, farmers in East Tennessee could finally transport produce, primarily hogs and corn, to Virginia and the Deep South, and a new cash crop emerged in the regions economy: wheat. By the mid-1850s, wheat production in the region had risen by 300 percent. With the increase and development of agriculture in East Tennessee, there was a corresponding increase in the slave population of the region during the decade of the 1850s-some 21 percent, as opposed to an increase of only 14 percent in the white population. While only about one-fourth of Southerners, as a whole, could afford to own any slaves at all, and the majority being owned by the wealthiest 6 percent, only about 10 percent of East Tennesseans were slaveholders. Though Tennessee had a strong Union loyalist coalition, with East Tennessee having a particularly strong Unionist presence, in the months following South Carolina's secession, the coalition soon began to splinter. Lincoln's call for 75,000 volunteers to put down the rebellion in the South left many of loyalists feeling betrayed. With most loyalists feeling betrayed by Lincoln, secessionist leaders quickly moved to exploit the shift in public opinion. On April 25, 1861, only thirteen days after General P.G.T. Beauregard's Confederate gunners opened fire on Fort Sumter, Tennessee's legislature met to consider the question of secession. On May 6, the legislature declared the state independent from the United States. The legislature also granted Governor Isham G. Harris the authority to create a state army of 55,000 men. Though a military alliance was signed with the Confederate States of America the very next day, Tennessee's Declaration of Independence was submitted for a referendum to be held on June 8. Almost 70 percent of the voters approved of secession, but 69 percent of East Tennesseans voted against it. While Union loyalists viewed the coming war as a struggle for Republican government, secessionists saw Lincoln as a tyrant and many citizens abandoned the old Union for the new Confederacy to remain true to the principles of the Founding Fathers.

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