Presentation on theme: "Chapter 19. 1.) How did Immigrants shape American cities? 2.) What were political bosses and why did they gain power in the post Civil War cities? 3.)"— Presentation transcript:
1.) How did Immigrants shape American cities? 2.) What were political bosses and why did they gain power in the post Civil War cities? 3.) Why did tensions develop between civic reformers and the urban poor?
4.) How did new consumer products and greater leisure time reinforce awareness of class and ethnic differences? 5.) What was “Victorian morality”, and why was it under attack by the late 19 th Century? 6.) How did economic and educational transformations affect the social roles of women?
The Victorian Code The American Woman’s Home Catherine Beecher Proper Manners How did women respond to the Victorian Code?
Department Stores Rowland Macy The Adventure of Shopping Higher Education Leland Stanford
Political Bosses Political Machines Boss William Tweed Tammany Hall Grafts Thomas Nast
Battling Poverty Robert Hartley New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor (AICP) Charles Brace New York Children’s Aid Society
The Salvation Army “General” William Booth Josephine Shaw Lowell’s Charity Organization Society (COS) Accusations against the COS
The Social Gospel Washington Gladden Walter Rauschenbusch The Federal Council of Churches Rauschenbusch
Settlement Houses Jane Addams Hull House What types of things did the Hull House offer to those in need?
Saloons Immigrant Politics Bare-knuckle prize fighting Baseball The New York Knickerbockers The National League The Cincinnati Red Stockings
Entertainment Vaudeville Amusement Parks (Coney Island) Dance Halls Ragtime
The Genteel Tradition Eliot Norton E.L. Godkin The Century The North American Review The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884) Mark Twain
Public Education in the late 19 th Century William Torrey Harris Mandatory Attendance Policies How did the poor react to the new education laws? How did the Catholic Church respond to the new education laws?