Billy Yeargin

Professor at Duke University

Location:
2424 Erwin Rd Ste 201, Durham, North Carolina, United States
Company:
Duke University
HQ Phone:
(919) 419-5500
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Last Updated 12/5/2016

General Information

Employment History

U.S. History Teacher  - Vance-Granville Community College

Executive Director  - North Carolina SweetPotato Commission

Legislative Aide for Agriculture  - U.S. Senate

Education

Fork Union Military Academy

Oak Ridge Military Academy

Oak Ridge Military Institute

European history and politics , University of Oxford

M.A.  - Liberal Studies , Duke University

Affiliations

Headmaster and President  - Oak Ridge Military Academy

Historian  - The Tobacco Trust

Board Member  - The North Carolina Leadership Academy

Board Member  - Trustees/ Directors for the North Carolina State Capitol Preservation Society

Web References  

Let's Talk About It! Discussion & Reading Group

Speaker: Billy Yeargin, MLS
Duke University Speaker: Billy Yeargin, MLS Duke University

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High Point Museum

(January 14, 2015) â€" The High Point Museum Guild is pleased to have Billy Yeargin, a North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar, speak at its January monthly meeting.
The meeting will be held Wednesday, January 21 at 10 am at the High Point Museum. The presentation entitled: “Robert E Lee: The Autumn of His Life� will take the audience on a personal journey with Lee, a man of character and spiritual dedication, as he took his place in American culture and history, a place where he was afforded the opportunity to address his passion of nurturing the reconciliation and growth of others. Since 1995, Yeargin has taught Southern Culture at Duke University and US History, Humanities and Philosophy, Southern Culture and Public Speaking at various community colleges in North Carolina.

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http://highpointmuseum.org/high-point-museum-guild-presents-monthly-program-2/

(January 14, 2015) - The High Point Museum Guild is pleased to have Billy Yeargin, a North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar, speak at its January monthly meeting.
The meeting will be held Wednesday, January 21 at 10 am at the High Point Museum. The presentation entitled: "Robert E Lee: The Autumn of His Life" will take the audience on a personal journey with Lee, a man of character and spiritual dedication, as he took his place in American culture and history, a place where he was afforded the opportunity to address his passion of nurturing the reconciliation and growth of others. Since 1995, Yeargin has taught Southern Culture at Duke University and US History, Humanities and Philosophy, Southern Culture and Public Speaking at various community colleges in North Carolina.

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