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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)
The Gilded Age Lecture Outline: feliciaviator.com/history7B/schedule or bcourses Now Playing: Tennessee Ernie Ford, “Sixteen Tons,” 1955 (original, ca.
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1 The Gilded Age An Overview & The Political Machines ©2010, TESCC.
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Division, Reconciliation, Expansion What is happening in American culture/history that affects the literature of the period?
Chapter 21-4 Public Education and American Culture.
In his 1873 novel, The Gilded Age, novelist Mark Twain satirically depicted American society as gilded, or having a rotten core covered with gold paint.
Immigrants played a big part in the growth of cities. In 1890, immigrants and their children made up 80% or more of the population in cities. Why.
The Gilded Age Gilded means to cover something of poor quality with gold What does this imply about American Society? Mark Twain.
Gilded Age Political Cartoons Thomas Nast and Harpers Weekly attacked the Robber Barons through their political cartoons.
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Political Cartoon Analysis- Immigration in the late 1800s EQ: Why has immigration always been a controversial issue in America?
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Objective 5.02 Explain how business leaders accumulated wealth and wielded political and economic power.
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