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“Bootstraps Uplift”: Messages and Mythologies of the New Industrial Order
McGuffey’s Eclectic Reader, 1870
Children in front of Oak Square School, Massachusetts, 1855
“Mrs Auld Teaching Him to Read,” an illustration from the biography of Frederick Douglass
African-American education in the post-war South, ca. 1870
Thomas Nast, “Union is Strength,” Harper’s Weekly, 1870
A modern “common school” in Montana, 1893
A modern “common school” in Boston, 1899
William H. McGuffey
Illustrations from McGuffey Eclectic Reader, 1879
Illustration from McGuffey Eclectic Reader, 1877
“Charlie and Rob,” McGuffey Eclectic Reader, 1879
Mark Twain and Charles Dudley, Gilded Age: A Tale of Today, 1873
Moving water, Kansas, ca. 1890
A Jewish immigrant family sewing garter belts for income, c. 1890
Horatio Alger “rags to riches” novels
The Royal Path of Life: Aids to Success and Happiness (1877)
SLOVAKIA Primary School Bernolákova 5, Holíč. Primary School Bernolákova 5, Holíč The building of the school.
By: Sophie, Tom and Liam. Childhood When Alexander was sixteen he taught music. When he was 24 he moved to Boston. At the time Boston was very busy with.
The Amazing, Dr. Seuss Who was Dr. Seuss? Dr. Seuss was born on March 2, 1904 in the state of Massachusetts. His real name was Theodor (Ted) Seuss Geisel.
Ch.15 notes By the 1890s over half of all immigrants in the U.S. were eastern and southern Europeans, including Italians, Greeks, Poles, Slavs, Russians,
Ch. 15 IDs. 1.) Ellis Island What – Immigrant inspection station Where – New York City, NY When – Significance – Major center for immigration.
Welcome to Our School Mrs. Thomas, Kindergarteners.
Development & Growth OF The American Educational System 1600’s – Religious Schooling As A Norm The Old Deluder Satan Law in Massachusetts 1700’s – First.
Henry Ford By Ivy Steinbach and Mason Chancey. Family Henry Ford was William and Mary Fords first born child. Henry Ford was William and Mary Fords first.
AMY WAMWEYA. Do you know FREDERICK DOUGLASS well if you don’t know him let me tell you about Frederick Douglass. This is a picture of Frederick Douglass.
Ch 15 Modern America. Sec 1 Immigration Between 1860 and 1900 over 14 million immigrants arrived in the U.S. One new group to enter in masses were.
Written and Illustrated by: Octavio She helps me read and spell words. She teaches me how to understand the stories we read. Because of her, I got the.
A ppt actually created by your teacher. Background … who was Tilden? Samuel Tilden was a NY Attorney, leader of the NY Democratic Party and General Assembly.
American Wealth of the Gilded Age 1890s – 1900s: Built on Industrial Revolution, new industries, technolgies, westward exapnsion imigration and pursit.
Extending our influence beyond our school is a daunting prospect to many school library staff.
Increase in the number of cities and the people living in them Urbanization.
All About Ms. Allison Smith An Autobiography in Pictures.
Red Bluff High School English Learner Strategies.
Colonial and Revolutionary Art Making A New Nation, Part I American Studies William Fremd High School.
A New Spirit of Reform Chapter 21. The Gilded Age Mark Twain gives this time period a great nickname! Mark Twain The rich get richer The poor get poorer.
Charles Dickens William Powell Frith, Portrait of Charles Dickens, London, Victoria and Albert Museum.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Leicestershire Learning for Life Leicestershire From Good to Great.
Splash Screen Contents Chapter Introduction Section 1Immigration Section 2Urbanization Section 3The Gilded Age Section 4The Rebirth of Reform Chapter.
Ch. 9: Life at the Turn of the 20 th Century:
Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone By: Savanna Williams.
Jeopardy 1800s s s s s - 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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What do you like doing? Do you decide to be a(n) ?
The History of Connecticut Written By Mr. Woods 4 th Grade Class.
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