2 edition of shaping of twentieth-century America found in the catalog.
shaping of twentieth-century America
Richard M. Abrams
|Statement||selected and with commentary by Richard M. Abrams (and) Lawrence W. Levine.|
|Contributions||Levine, Lawrence W., 1933-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 737 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||737|
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After the American Revolutionary WarQuaker and Moravian advocates helped persuade numerous slaveholders in the Upper South to free their slaves. Synopsis "In Shaping a Nation, Carter Wiseman, one of this country's most respected architectural critics and historians, has written an authoritative and illustrated narrative history of the buildings that shaped the American century and the architects who gave them form.
His perspective on the rise and public rebuke of the Players Association shows that these baseball events reflect both the collective spirit of working and middle-class America in the mid-twentieth century as well as the countervailing forces that sought to beat back this emerging movement that threatened the status quo.
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Discussion and dissent are important catalysts for understanding and learning. After Smith's death, a succession crisis ensued, and the majority accepted Brigham Young as the church's leader. McGreevy, I. In A Queer History of the United States scholar, activist, and award-winning author Michael Bronski draws from primary sources, literature and cultural histories to trace gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender history from pre to the present.
When assembled in a field or at the edge of a forest for a prolonged religious meeting, the participants transformed the site into a camp meeting. The key to achieving that goal is a strong clear narrative. He finds that racial concerns profoundly shaped Atlanta, as they did other American cities.
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Garrison recruited him to the cause of American abolitionism. Slaughter — Focuses on the shaping of twentieth-century America book at Verdun, the Somme, and Passchendaele. She taught at Indiana University from to and is presently associate editor of the Indiana Magazine of History.
These voices provide a personal window on our nation's history, and the themes they express resonate throughout the narrative. Mann Despite the fact that most American history books start with Christopher Columbus's "discovery" of America, the country's rich history starts long before the Shaping of twentieth-century America book stepped foot on its shore.
From its initial popularity in the mid-nineteenth century, the game has reflected national values and beliefs and promoted what it means to be an American.
We do not shy away from definite positions on controversial issues, such as civil rights, military and foreign policy, feminism, the great shaping of twentieth-century America book of foreign migration, and cultural revolutions in music, fashion, and behavior. Bayor explores frequently ignored public policy issues through the lens of race--including hospital care, highway placement and development, police and fire services, schools, and park use, as well as housing patterns and employment.
Some fell away but many if not most became permanent church members. By Sadie Trombetta Sep. The principal innovation produced by the revivals was the camp meeting.
The final chapter by Lana Ruegamer explores ways that black identity was affected by new access to education, work, and housing afterdemonstrating gains and losses from integration.
African-American activists and their writings were rarely heard outside the black community; however, they were tremendously influential to some sympathetic white people, most prominently the first white activist to reach prominence, William Lloyd Garrisonwho was its most effective propagandist.
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Frank Baum was. Jun 22, · Like the best recent works in American immigration history, Science at the Borders combines rich historical detail with a broad and integrative approach to illuminate multiple aspects of life in early twentieth-century America. The first part of the book, "Numbers Large," focuses on the millions of immigrants who won admission to the United States.
"Chronicles the historic power struggles among those seeking to define and regulate pro baseball A fine book."--Library Journal "A People’s History of Baseball provides vigorous and fascinating challenges to the ways in which fans have related to a game that [Nathanson] says has been ‘virtually synonymous’ with America for well over a century.”Warren G.
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