Shoup Hollow; a small valley dedicated to Francis Asbury Shoup

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Legacies Classification
Memorial Place
Memorial Type
Space on Campus
Memorial Context
Memorialized Subject
Title
Shoup Hollow; a small valley dedicated to Francis Asbury Shoup
Background and Context
Shoup Hollow is a small valley on the outer regions of the campus of the University of the South. Francis Asbury Shoup (1834-1896), a professor of ecclesiastical studies, mathematics, engineering, and philosophy at the University and an Episcopal priest, was a West Point graduate who during the Civil War rose rapidly to the rank of brigadier general in the Confederate military.
Physical Description
A small valley on the campus of The University of the South.
Creator/Participating Person(s)
Date created, installed or dedicated
1890
Location: Institution, City, State
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