Auburn, Alabama is first and foremost, the home of Auburn University and identifies itself as a college town. Founded by Judge John J. Harper in 1836, he and his followers from Harris County, Georgia settled with the idea of creating a town based on religious principles. The Civil War had a profound impact on this town, most of its residents choosing to flee, never to return. The city was saved due to two factors, its college and World War II.
The originally machine-based curriculum of the Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College made it ideal for the military to convert it into a technical school for servicemen requiring machine-based technical skills. When the war ended, many of these veterans returned to Auburn and enrolled in the college through their GI Bill.
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