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Moses Waddel (1770-1840) founded one of the most famous classical academies in early America. Among his most famous students were John C. Calhoun, Andrew Crawford, Hugh Swinton Legare, and James Louis Petigru. Waddel is also famous for turning tiny Franklin College into the University of Georgia.
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