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By: Susan M. Pojer and Lynne Pierce. Characteristics of Urbanization During the Gilded Age 1.Megalopolis. 2.Mass Transit. 3.Pronounced class distinctions.

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1 By: Susan M. Pojer and Lynne Pierce

2 Characteristics of Urbanization During the Gilded Age 1.Megalopolis. 2.Mass Transit. 3.Pronounced class distinctions - suburbs 4.Squalid living conditions for many. 5.Political machines. 6.Ethnic neighborhoods.

3 Apartment Building - Chicago

4 Railway Exchange

5 Flatiron Building NYC – 1902

6 Western Union Bldg, NYC Manhattan Life Insurance Bldg., NYC

7 Singer Building - NYC - Woolworth Building

8 “Dumbbell“ Tenement

9 Tenement Slum Living

10 Inside the Tenements

11 Street Children

12 Ellis Island The “New Immigrants” Southern & Eastern Europe – Italians, Greeks, Poles, Russians – and Asians

13 Ellis Island Ellis Island

14 Waiting for Entry

15 The Test You Can’t Afford To Fail

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18 So Near, yet So Near, yet …. So Far

19 The New Colossus …… Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand A mighty woman with a torch, …… her name - Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command ………. "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest- tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" Emma Lazarus, 1883

20 Struggling Immigrant Families

21 Mulberry Street – “Little Italy”

22 St. Patrick’s Cathedral

23 Hester Street – Jewish Section

24 Pell St. - Chinatown,NYC Chinese laborers

25 The “Chinese Question” Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)

26 ”Black & Tan” Saloon

27 1890s ”Morgue” – Basement Saloon

28 Bandits’ Roost Mullen’s Alley Gang

29 Urban Growth:

30 Anti-Immigrant Reaction Anti-Immigrant Reaction American Protective Association Immigration Restrictive Acts (quotas)

31 Political Bosses Old and New 19 th Century boss Richard Daly – Chicago 1960s

32 President Ulysses S. Grant President Ulysses S. Grant

33 Political Bosses and Machines Tammany Hall - NYC William Tweed Thomas Nast

34 Nast attacks Tweed

35 Other Nast Cartoons Nast self portrait

36 Charles Guiteau

37 Chester A. Arthur: The Fox in the Chicken Coop? Chester A. Arthur: The Fox in the Chicken Coop?

38 Pendleton Act (1883)  Civil Service Act.  Civil service jobs now awarded on basis of merit – test required or college education  End of spoils system

39 1884 Presidential Election Grover Cleveland James Blaine * (DEM) (REP)

40 A Dirty Campaign Ma, Ma…where’s my pa? He’s going to the White House, ha… ha… ha…!

41 Cleveland takes on the bosses

42 1888 Presidential Election Grover Cleveland Benjamin Harrison (DEM) * (REP)

43 Disposing of the Surplus

44 1892 Presidential Election Grover Cleveland Benjamin Harrison again! * (DEM) (REP) Only President to serve split terms

45 Changing Culture John Dewey – learning by doing Frederick Law Olmstead Mark Twain

46 Newspapers & Yellow Journalism Joseph Pulitzer William Randolph Hearst Yellow Kid

47 City Transportation

48 Shopping Shopping F.W. Woolworth Chain store Marshall-Fields, 1 st dept. store 1 st grocery store Sears,Roebuck

49 Photography George Eastman

50 Entertainment Entertainment P.T. Barnum & Col. Tom Thumb Vaudeville flyer

51 Baseball Baseball

52 FootballFootballFootballFootball Walter Camp Father of Am Football

53 Basketball Basketball

54 Boxing - Bare Knuckles to Gloves Boxing - Bare Knuckles to Gloves John L. Sullivan Jim Jeffries v. Jack Johnson

55 The Healthy Life Gym suit 1912


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