Be transported to New York during the Gilded Age and experience daily life in one of the world's most vibrant cities through mesmerizing, contemporary 3D photography and exciting tales of the time.
Author: Dinah Dunn
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Pub
Be transported to New York during the Gilded Age and experience daily life in one of the world's most vibrant cities through mesmerizing, contemporary 3D photography and exciting tales of the time. Black Dog & Leventhal has partnered with the New-York Historical Society to present New York in the Gilded Age as it's never been viewed before. This innovative package includes a sturdy metal stereoscopic viewer and 50 stereoscopic photographs of turn-of-the-century New York. The package also includes a 128-page paperback that provides a brief history of the stereograph craze and an overview of the city's evolution during that time. Mark Twain coined the term the "Gilded Age" for this period of extravagance, experienced most dramatically in New York City from the late 1860s to 1910. More than half of the millionaires in the United States lived in the city. Previously unimaginable sums of money were made and spent, while poor immigrants were packed in tenements. The gap between the rich and the poor was wide, yet wealth was flaunted at every opportunity, from showy parties to lavish clothing and richly furnished mansions. The period also saw great innovations for all, including the New York City subway system, electric lighting, and the first urban ambulance service. New York City in 3D in the Gilded Age encapsulates a city determinedly positioned at the forefront of culture, politics, and innovation and includes vivid firsthand accounts from writers, politicians, and residents during this period. Detailed descriptions of the scenes depicted in each stereographic photograph are included on the back of the photo.
Author Esther Crain, the go-to authority on the era, weaves first-hand accounts and fascinating details into a vivid tapestry of American society at the turn of the century.
Author: Esther Crain
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal
The drama, expansion, mansions and wealth of New York City's transformative Gilded Age era, from 1870 to 1910, captured in a magnificently illustrated hardcover. In forty short years, New York City suddenly became a city of skyscrapers, subways, streetlights, and Central Park, as well as sprawling bridges that connected the once-distant boroughs. In Manhattan, more than a million poor immigrants crammed into tenements, while the half of the millionaires in the entire country lined Fifth Avenue with their opulent mansions. The Gilded Age in New York captures what is was like to live in Gotham then, to be a daily witness to the city's rapid evolution. Newspapers, autobiographies, and personal diaries offer fascinating glimpses into daily life among the rich, the poor, and the surprisingly large middle class. The use of photography and illustrated periodicals provides astonishing images that document the bigness of New York: the construction of the Statue of Liberty; the opening of the Brooklyn Bridge; the shimmering lights of Luna Park in Coney Island; the mansions of Millionaire's Row. Sidebars detail smaller, fleeting moments: Alice Vanderbilt posing proudly in her "Electric Light" ball gown at a society-changing masquerade ball; immigrants stepping off the boat at Ellis Island; a young Theodore Roosevelt witnessing Abraham Lincoln's funeral. The Gilded Age in New York is a rare illustrated look at this amazing time in both the city and the country as a whole. Author Esther Crain, the go-to authority on the era, weaves first-hand accounts and fascinating details into a vivid tapestry of American society at the turn of the century. Praise for New-York Historical Society New York City in 3D In The Gilded Age, also by Esther Crain: "Vividly captures the transformation from cityscape of horse carriages and gas lamps 'bursting with beauty, power and possibilities' as it staggered into a skyscraping Imperial City." -Sam Roberts, The New York Times "Get a glimpse of Edith Wharton's world." - Entertainment Weekly Must List "What better way to revisit this rich period . . ?" - Library Journal
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The Burden of Southern History ( Baton Rouge , 1960 ) , pp . ... Lewis A. Coser ,
The Functions of Social Conflict ( New York , 1956 ) , pp . 57,62 ... John Dollard ,
Caste and Class in a Southern Town ( 3d ed . , Garden City , N.Y. , 1949 ) , ch .
Author: Mauricio Tenorio-TrilloPublish On: 2018-06-01
Boletín del Archivo General de la Nación, 3d ser., no. 34. Mexico City: Archivo
General de la Nación, 1988. Trachtenberg, Alan. The Incorporation of America:
Culture and Society in the Gilded Age, New York: Hill and Wang, 1982. Trigger ...
Author: Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo
Publisher: University of California Press
This intriguing study of Mexico's participation in world's fairs from 1889 to 1929 explores Mexico's self-presentation at these fairs as a reflection of the country's drive toward nationalization and a modernized image. Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo contrasts Mexico's presence at the 1889 Paris fair—where its display was the largest and most expensive Mexico has ever mounted—with Mexico's presence after the 1910 Mexican Revolution at fairs in Rio de Janeiro in 1922 and Seville in 1929. Rather than seeing the revolution as a sharp break, Tenorio-Trillo points to important continuities between the pre- and post-revolution periods. He also discusses how, internationally, the character of world's fairs was radically transformed during this time, from the Eiffel Tower prototype, encapsulating a wondrous symbolic universe, to the Disneyland model of commodified entertainment. Drawing on cultural, intellectual, urban, literary, social, and art histories, Tenorio-Trillo's thorough and imaginative study presents a broad cultural history of Mexico from 1880 to 1930, set within the context of the origins of Western nationalism, cosmopolitanism, and modernism. This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1997.
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cratic : New York and the Rise of the American Working Class , 1788 – 1850 (
New York , 1984 ) ; and Edward Pessen , “ Pre - Industrial New York City Labour
... The Best Men ” : Liberal Reformers in the Gilded Age ( New York , 1968 ) , 119
; Mark Wahlgren Summers , The Press Gang : Newspapers and Politics , 1865 ...
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Author: Andrew Gyory
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, which barred practically all Chinese from American shores for ten years, was the first federal law that banned a group of immigrants solely on the basis of race or nationality. By changing America's traditional policy of open immigration, this landmark legislation set a precedent for future restrictions against Asian immigrants in the early 1900s and against Europeans in the 1920s. Tracing the origins of the Chinese Exclusion Act, Andrew Gyory presents a bold new interpretation of American politics during Reconstruction and the Gilded Age. Rather than directly confront such divisive problems as class conflict, economic depression, and rising unemployment, he contends, politicians sought a safe, nonideological solution to the nation's industrial crisis--and latched onto Chinese exclusion. Ignoring workers' demands for an end simply to imported contract labor, they claimed instead that working people would be better off if there were no Chinese immigrants. By playing the race card, Gyory argues, national politicians--not California, not organized labor, and not a general racist atmosphere--provided the motive force behind the era's most racist legislation.
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gessoed, painted boards by Unger; thru 6/4. ... ANN MASON— New England and
the Southwest, thru 5/29. ... The Gilded Age in New York 1860-1918; thru 9/5.
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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civil rights of every American citizen . ... Only the triumph of Blaine could prevent New York City hooligans and southern rebels from gaining control of the nation ...
Cleveland , on the other hand , in his infrequent Public statements since the
Democratic Convention , had never told 3d what he thought on the day's burning
New York 1930 : Architecture and Urbanism Between the Tuo World Wars . New
York : Rizzoli ... Mayer , Grace M . Once Upon a City : New York from 1890 to
1910 as Photographed by Byron . New York : Macmillan ... The Opulent Interiors
of the Gilded Age : All ... AIA Guide to New York City . 3d ed . New York : Harcourt
Brace Jovanovich , 1988 , Shackleton , Robert . The Book of New York .
Author: Jerry E. Patterson
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
Documents the history of New York's Fifth Avenue, highlighting many of the famous landmarks such as Washington Square Arch, the Flatiron Building, the Empire State Building, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
JACOBS , CLYDE E. Law Writers and the Courts : The Influence of Thomas M.
Cooley , Christopher G. Tiedeman , and John F. ... KIRKLAND , EDWARD C.
Business in the Gilded Age : The Conservative's Balance Sheet . Madison , Wisc .
, 1952 . A History of American Economic Life . 3d ed . New York , 1951 . Men , Cities and Transportation : A Study in New England History , 1820–1900 .
... and CLEMENS , Samuel Langhorne , author ( betat Shiloh commanded the 20
brigade of the 3d ter known under his pen - name ... He Mo. , was apprenticed to
a printer at the age of commanded a division of the right wing at Mur- thirteen , and worked at his trade in St. Louis , Cinfreesboro and at Chickamauga , and
distinguished cinnati , Philadelphia , and New York . ... In 1864 , however , he
had returned to stort entitled - The Gilded Age , " which was drama . his former
See William Harmon, C. Hugh Holman, and William Flint, A Handbook to
Literature, 9th Edition (New York: Prentice Hall, 2002), 428. ... See also Paul S.
Boyer, Purity in Print: Book Censorship in America from The Gilded Age to the
Computer Age, second edition ... 3d See Francis M. Nevins, Bar-20: The Life of
American Parties and Elections . 3d ed . New York : D. Appleton - Century
Company , 1942 . Schlesinger , Arthur M. , Jr. , ed . History of U.S. Political Parties
. Vol . 1 , 1789-1860 From Factions to Parties ; Vol . 2 , 1860–1910 The Gilded Age of ...
Author: Dale Baum
Civil War Party System: The Case of Massachusetts, 1848-1876
16 Edward S . Corwin , The President : Office and Powers 1787 – 1957 ( New York : New York University Press , 1957 ) , p . 20 . ... 20 Richard Harmond , " The
Presidency in the Gilded Age : From Rutherford B . Hayes to William McKinley , ”
in Dolce and Skau ( eds . ) , Power and the ... 32 James Bryce , The American
Commonwealth ( New York : Macmillan , 3d ed . , vol . I , 1895 ) , pp . 65 – 66 . 33 For ...
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Jovanovich , 1988 . Wischnitzer , Rachel . Synagogue Architecture in the United ...
Author: David W. Dunlap
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Published in conjunction with a New-York Historical Society exhibition, this photo-filled, pocket-size guidebook by a New York Times senior writer covers 1,079 houses of worship in New York City.
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representative to the national assembly ... Innocents Abroad : from 1869 to 1871 ,
edited the Buffalo Express ; in 1870 was married to Miss Langdon , of Elmira , N. Y. , and in Oct. , 1871 , settled in Hartford , Conn . ... New ( 1872 ) ; The Gilded Age ( in connection with Charles Dudley Warner , and subsequently dramatized )
, 1873 ... He flourished at the close of the 2d and the beginning of the 3d century .
U . S . Bureau of the Census , Abstract of the Twelfth Census of the United States
, 1900 , 3d ed . ... See Alan Trachtenberg , The Incorporation of America : Culture and Society in the Gilded Age ( New York : Hill and Wang , 1982 ) ; Francis G ...
Author: Kenneth Mark Gold
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
Annotation Gold (education, College of Staten Island, City U. of New York) gives a history of summer classes from the 19th century to the present, addressing the question of why universal summer education is not in place in the U.S. The first three chapters examine the standardization of school calendars in the 1800s, both in the country and the city. The last three chapters address the concept of the vacation school and summer school, as introduced by cities such as Newark and Providence. An epilogue deals with the return of summer school after the Depression. Gold uses dozens of statistical tables to support his points. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
New York : Knopf , 1980 . Schvarzer , Jorge . Empresarios del pasado : La Unión
Industrial Argentina . Buenos Aires : CISEA / Imago Mundi , 1991 . Scobey ,
David Moisseiff . " Empire City : Politics , Culture , and Urbanism in Gilded - Age New ...
1882 - ' 86 . mois dans l ' Amérique du nord ( 1875 – Removed to New York in
1886 , where it is still ' 76 ) . ... and Warner , Charles Dudtarian church in
Washington city . ley . Gilded age . Preached Dec . 31 , 1854 . illus . xxvii + 479
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