WORLD’S FAIRS AND THE DAWNING OF “THE AMERICAN CENTURY”
$13.50Order Code: NH162E
World’s fairs emerge as blueprints to the future in this high-interest introduction to the Gilded Age. Guidebooks, pamphlets, speeches, cartoons, and newspaper accounts from late 19th-century Expositions address issues such as reconstructing the nation after the Civil War, positive and negative aspects of social progress, and the stigmatizing power of stereotypical cultural representations.
This title is part of the series: WORLD'S FAIRS AND THE DAWNING OF "THE AMERICAN CENTURY"
8½" x 11"
National Center for History in the Schools