The Resource Victorian America, 1876 to 1913, Crandall Shifflett, Richard Balkin, general editor

Victorian America, 1876 to 1913, Crandall Shifflett, Richard Balkin, general editor

Label
Victorian America, 1876 to 1913
Title
Victorian America, 1876 to 1913
Statement of responsibility
Crandall Shifflett, Richard Balkin, general editor
Title variation
Almanacs of American life
Title variation remainder
Victorian America, 1876 to 1913
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973.8
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
E168
LC item number
.S55 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • statistics
Series statement
Almanacs of American life
Victorian America, 1876 to 1913, Crandall Shifflett, Richard Balkin, general editor
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Victorian America, 1876 to 1913, Crandall Shifflett, Richard Balkin, general editor
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): Commonwealth of Pennsylvania -- Commonwealth of Rhode Island -- South Carolina -- South Dakota -- Tennessee -- Texas -- Utah -- Vermont -- Commonwealth of Virginia -- Washington -- West Virginia -- Wisconsin - Wyoming -- Cities. Political machines -- Settlement houses -- City government by commission -- Ten largest cities in the United States, 1913 -- Representative Americans. Jane Addams -- Susan B. Anthony -- Alexander Graham Bell -- Edward Bellamy -- Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary Burk -- Andrew Carnegie -- Carrie (Lane) Chapman Catt -- Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) -- Elizabeth Cochran (Nellie Bly) -- Clarence Darrow -- Eugene V. Debs -- W.E.B. Du Bois -- Thomas Alva Edison -- Henry Ford -- Hamlin Garland -- Geronimo -- Samuel Gompers
  • Contents (cont.): Education. Common schools and kindergarten -- High schools -- Colleges and universities -- Libraries -- Arts and letters. Literature -- Journalism in the Victorian Era -- The Muckrakers -- Visual Art -- Architecture -- Music -- Science and technology. Science and invention in the Victorian Era -- Popular culture and sports.The Gay Nineties and the rise of the middle class -- Fashions and role models -- The dime novel and wild-west culture -- Gunfights and gunfighters -- Cowboys -- Vaudeville -- From kinetoscopes and nickelodeons to motion pictures -- Free silver and The wonderful wizard of Oz -- Chautauqua -- Sports -- Other leisure activities -- Crime and punishment. Lynchings -- Urban crime -- The neighborhood saloon -- Drinking and temperance
  • Contents (cont.): Presidential elections: candidates, votes, and issues, 1876-1912 -- The Populists -- Biographies of Victorian Age presidents -- Suffrage restrictions in the southern states -- Financing the government -- The military -- States and territories. Alabama -- Alaska -- Arizona -- Arkansas -- California -- Colorado -- Connecticut -- Delaware -- District of Columbia -- Florida -- Georgia -- Hawaii -- Idaho -- Illinois -- Indiana -- Iowa -- Kansas -- Commonwealth of Kentucky -- Louisiana -- Maine -- Maryland -- Commonwealth of Massachusetts -- Michigan -- Minnesota -- Mississippi -- Missouri -- Montana -- Nebraska -- Nevada -- New Hampshire -- New Jersey -- New Mexico -- New York -- North Carolina -- North Dakota -- Ohio -- Oklahoma -- Oregon
  • Contents (cont.): Prostitution and the Mann Act -- A documentary sampler. African Americans -- Cost of living -- Federal legislation -- Foreign policy -- Immigrant life -- Native American -- Nativism -- Perspectives -- Popular culture -- Rural life -- Urban life -- Working conditions and reform -- Appendix: List of tables
  • Contents (cont.): William C. Gorgas -- Daniel Guggenheim -- Marcus A. Hanna -- John Marshall Harlan -- John Hay -- James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok -- William Dean Howells -- Chief Joseph -- Robert La Follette -- Charles Horace Mayo and William James Mayo -- Albert Abraham Michelson -- J.P. Morgan -- Adolph S. Ochs -- Joseph Pulitzer -- Walter Rauschenbusch -- Walter Reed -- Jacob Riis -- John D. Rockefeller -- Elihu Root -- Margaret Sanger -- John Singer Sargent -- Upton Sinclair -- Theobald Smith -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Lincoln Steffens -- Houis Henry Sullivan -- William Graham Sumner -- Frederick Winslow Taylor -- Frederick Jackson Turner -- Cornelius Vanderbilt -- Thorstein Veblen -- Booker T. Washington -- Orville and Wilbur Wright
  • Contents: Climate, natural history, and historical geography. Climate -- Natural disasters -- Environmental change -- Historical geography -- Native American life. Overview, 1876-1913 -- Chronology of Native American history in Victorian America, 1865-1913 -- Chronology of important events, 1876-1913. The Centennial Exposition of 1876 -- The Columbian Exposition of 1893 -- The economy. Agriculture -- The mail-order catalog -- Industry -- Labor -- Income and cost of living -- Professionalization -- Transportation -- Communications -- Trade and finance -- Population. Population trends -- Disease and death -- Immigration, 1876-1913 -- Housing -- Religion. Religion in Victorian America -- Government. Victorian politics
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29 cm.
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Extent
v, 408 p.
Isbn
9780816025312
Lccn
95013553
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
ocm32275491

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