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Campus naming rights are priceless

Fame is a vapor. -- Horace Greeley In case you missed it last week, we reported that Augusta State University is raising cash by letting people buy naming rights...
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Homes in ZIP code 30907 offer style, space

Horace Greeley told a generation of adventurers in the mid-19th century to "go west."That advice is still being followed in Augusta, although...
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Hospital looks toward growth at a new site

...sifted through the numbers and discovered an obvious direction: Go west, to Columbia County. Following the famous Horace Greeley aphorism, University is studying whether to build a new $12 million, 55,000-square-foot medical office building...
Defender says President Lincoln was good for the nation

...fact, a siege that lasted over three months ... Then, Mr. Gresham selectively quotes Mr. Lincoln's letter to Horace Greeley. The actual quote is as follows: "My paramount objective in this struggle is to save the Union, and is not either...
Writer lacks historical perspective

...the Union! President Lincoln himself stated what the War of Northern Aggression was about when he wrote a letter to Horace Greeley, the New York Tribune editor, in 1862: "My paramount object is to save the Union, and not either destroy or save...
Confederate leader Jefferson Davis a pillar of endurance Fort Monroe, several abolitionists from the North aided in securing his release. One of these individuals was Horace Greeley. He was afraid that Mr. Davis' poor health would cause him to die in prison. This would create terrible news abroad...
Our greatest president? Abe Lincoln

...hit that thing, I'll hit it hard."But after becoming president, an influential Northern newspaper columnist, Horace Greeley, attacked Lincoln for procrastinating on the slavery issue, to which the president responded, "My paramount object...
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Remember beloved Southern leader

...confinement at Fort Monroe, Va. His failing health became a major concern for his captors. Even the noted abolitionist Horace Greeley befriended him and sought Davis' release. A distant admirer, Pope Pius IX, sent him a crown of thorns he had personally...
In Chappaqua, the Clintons are history

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Horace Greeley, the 19th-century journalist and presidential candidate, is getting a good look at why he's no longer Chappaqua's favorite...