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CH 1: THE WESTWARD ROUTE
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CH 2: MECHANIZATION TAKES COMMAND
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CH 3: CAPITAL AND LABOR
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CH 4: MYSTERIES OF THE GREAT CITY
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CH 5: THE POLITICS OF CULTURE
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CH 6: FICTIONS OF THE REAL
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CH 7: WHITE CITY
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CH 1: THE WESTWARD ROUTE
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· Virgin Land: The American West as Symbol and Myth
· West to the Garden: The New World as Symbol and Myth
· Greetings From Our National Parks
· The Frontier in American History
· The Journals of Lewis and Clark
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· Photographic Surveys of the West
· Barbed Wire and the Transformation of the American Frontier
· Daniel Boone: Myth and Reality in American Consciousness
· Civilizing the Wilderness: Frederick Law Olmsted in the Yosemite Valley, 1863-1865
· Inland Navigation: Connecting the New Republic, 1790-1840
· Federal Statutes: The Public Lands
CH 2: MECHANIZATION TAKES COMMAND
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CH 3: CAPITOL AND LABOR
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· Incorporating "Our Southern Zion": The Southern Baptist Convention, 1880-1920
CH 4: MYSTERIES OF THE GREAT CITY
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· Documenting "The Other Half": The Social Reform Photography of Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine
· The Incorporation of the Kitchen: The Effect of Industrialization on Foodways
· Space of Desire: Department Stores in the Gilded Age
· Central Park: A Landscape of Artifice
· My Twenty Years at Hull House
· Hull House Incorporated: The Professionalization of Social Work
· Central Park: A Landscape of Artifice
· Consumers and Catalogues
· The Local Confederate Monument on the Battlefield of the Public Sphere
· The Evolution of the American Front Porch
· "Blind Strivings of the Human Heart": Melodrama and Theater in Theodore Dreiser's Sister Carrie
· "In Business for Myself": P.T. Barnum and the Management of Spectacle
· Vaudeville
CH 5: THE POLITICS OF CULTURE
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· Puck's Role in Gilded Age Politics
· "A Message and a Mission for the Times": The Foundation and Growth of the Chautauqua Institution
· Gender and the Nineteenth Century American Home
CH 6: FICTIONS OF THE REAL
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CH 7: WHITE CITY
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