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An examination of the social, economic, political, religious, and intellectual developments and controversies that helped shape modern America.  Special attention is given to issues raised by industrialization, urbanization, immigration, science, and technology.  The Labor, Populist, and Progressive movements are studied closely.

 

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The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America - Erik Larson
Call Number: GEN COL: HV6248.M8 L37 2004
ISBN: 0375725601
Publication Date: 2004

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Oil, Wheat, and Wobblies: The Industrial Workers of the World in Oklahoma, 1905-1930 - Nigel Anthony Sellars
Call Number: Available for purchase from the USI Campus Store
ISBN: 9780806143279
Publication Date: 2012

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Our Hearts Fell to the Ground: Plain Indian Views of How the West Was Lost - Colin G. Calloway
Call Number: Available for purchase from the USI Campus Store
ISBN: 9780312133542
Publication Date: 1996

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The Scarlet Sisters: Sex, Suffrage & Scandal in the Gilded Age - Myra MacPherson
Call Number: Available for purchase from the USI Campus Store
ISBN: 9780446570244
Publication Date: 2015

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Southern Horrors and Other Writings: The Anti-lynching Campaign of Ida B. Wells, 1892-1900 - Jacqueline Jones Royster
Call Number: Available for purchase from the USI Campus Store
ISBN: 9780312116958
Publication Date: 1996-08-15

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