Presentation on theme: "America Moves to the City Although urban development accelerated after the 1880s, cultural conflicts continued to divide American society Rise of the City."— Presentation transcript:
America Moves to the City Although urban development accelerated after the 1880s, cultural conflicts continued to divide American society Rise of the City Reactions to Immigrations Cultural Challenges
I. Rise of the City A.Emigration from farms 1.New technologies a.J. Sullivan, electricity, telephones, suburbs 2.Appealing lifestyle for some but not others a.Shopping and impact of consumerism b.Slums, dumbbell tenement, flophouses B.New Immigration, 1880s 1.Characteristics of American Fever
II. Reactions to Immigration A.Bosses exploitation B.Social reformers 1.Middle class targeted urban poor 2.Female reformers pioneered social work as well as other urban employment C.Nativism 1.APA and organized labor 2.Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882 D.Religion adjusted to changes 1.Moody, Cardinal Gibbons, Mary Baker Eddy, YMCA 2.Roman Catholic and Judaism gained strength 3.Conflict over evolution divided Protestants New York W. Rauschenbusch Lillian Weld Florence Kelley Chicago Jane Adams Florence Kelley Ohio Washington Gladdens social gospel
III. Cultural Challenges Timeline of American Sports Pre-1850s: Cricket, Boxing, Horseracing, and walking races 1850s: Americas Cup, Harvard-Yale Regatta (crew), Rugby in England, Montreal lacrosse, Sheffield Soccer, Baseball in NYC, Australian Rule Football in Melbourne, Horse Racing 1860s: Open Championship (golf), ski- jumping (Norway), 1870s: Football in New Jersey, Wimbledon 1880s: 1 st World Series (baseball) 1890s: French Open (tennis), Stanley Cup (Hockey), US Open (golf), Olympic Games, 1900: Rose Bowl (college football), Tour de France, NCAA formed, 1 st legal forward pass in football A.Public-funded Education 1.Public education a.Booker T v. Dubois 2.University boom a.Morrill & Hatch Acts B.Increased literacy 1.Accessible libraries 2.Sensationalist newspapers 3.Reform-minded magazines a.Edwin Godkin (Nation) C.Urbanization stresses families 1.Family statistics reverse D.Battle for Social Progress 1.Womens suffrage and NAWSA a.E.C. Stanton, C.C.Catt, I.B. Wells 2.Middle class temperance fears 3.Clara Barton and Red Cross 4.The Realism of Art and Music 5.The rise of Big Business Entertainment
Chapter 25 Vocabulary Jane Addams Florence Kelley Dwight Lyman Moody James Gibbons Booker T. Washington W.E.B. Du bois ]William James Henry George Horatio Alger Mark Twain Charlotte Perkins Gilman Carrie Chapman Catt Charles W. Eliot Emily Dickinson Henry Adams Jack London Paul Laurence Dunbar Theodore Dreiser Victoria Woodhull William Cody Megalopolis Settlement house New immigration Social gospel Nativism Evolution Pragmatism Talented tenth Land-grant colleges Yellow journalism Paperbacks New morality America fever The Origin of Species American Protective Association Christian Science Chautauqua movement NAACP Morrill Act Comstock Law Womens Christian Temperance Union Richardsonian
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