4_Gilded Age - Terms and Outline A thousand trains a day:...

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Terms and Outline “A thousand trains a day”: The Gilded Age I. National Pulse II. Images of Gilded Age America (GAA) A. Local colorists Hamlin Garland— Main-Traveled Roads (1891) Sarah Orne Jewett— Country of the Pointed Firs (1896) Joel Chandler Harris— Uncle Remus (1880) Mark Twain— Advs. of Huckleberry Finn (1884) B. Literary Naturalism Jack London— The Call of the Wild (1903) Theodore Dreiser— Sister Carrie (1900) Stephen Crane— Red Badge of Courage (1895), Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893) Redefining America in the Gilded Age III. Urban Population Boom Los Angeles, Seattle, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago [Devil] . . . IV. Urban Character Walking cities V. Urban Demographic A. Population changes B. Influence of industrial development International Harvester, General Electric, Goodyear VI. Urban Design A. Emergence of the vertical city Elevator—Elisha Otis—Otis Elevator Co. Home Life Insurance Co. bldg
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