The Growth of Cities and American Culture

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The Growth of Cities and American Culture, 1865-1900 A Nation of Immigrants - Growth of Immigration o “Old” Immigrants and “New” Immigrants New Immigrants o Restricting Immigration Urbanization - Changes in the Nature of Cities o Streetcar cities o Skyscrapers o Ethnic neighborhoods o Residential suburbs o Private city versus public city - Boss and Machine Politics Awakening of Reform - Books of Social Criticism - Settlement houses
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Unformatted text preview: -Religion and Society-Families and Women in Urban Society-Temperance and Morality Intellectual and Cultural Movements-Changes in Education o Public schools o Higher education o Social sciences and the professions-Literature and the Arts o Realism and naturalism o Painting o Architecture o Music-Popular Culture o Popular press o Amusements o Spectator sports o Amateur sports...
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