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Encyclopedia of American urban history

Author: David R Goldfield; Sage Publications.; Sage eReference (Online service)
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, ©2007.
Series: Gale virtual reference library
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A two volume A to Z encyclopedia covering the rise of urban America in the 20th century. Interdisciplinary approach covering topics from economics, geography, anthropology, politics, and sociology. Consists of 450 entries from over 200 contributors.
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Encyclopedia of American urban history.
Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, c2007
(DLC) 2006025882
(OCoLC)70883116
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David R Goldfield; Sage Publications.; Sage eReference (Online service)
ISBN: 9781452265537 1452265534 9781412939683 1412939682
OCLC Number: 162105753
Notes: "A Sage reference publication."
Description: 1 online resource (2 v.)
Contents: v. 1. Abbott, Edith --
Abrams, Charles --
Ackerman, Frederick L. --
Addams, Jane --
Addiction --
African American Business Districts --
African American Mayors --
African Americans in Cities --
African Americans in Suburbs and African American Towns --
Air Conditioning --
Air Pollution --
Airports --
Albuquerque, New Mexico --
Alley Housing --
American State Capitals --
Americanization Movement --
Amusement Parks --
Anderson, Sherwood --
Annexation --
Apartment Buildings --
Architecture --
Armour, Philip Danforth --
Armstrong, Louis --
Art and Public Space --
Ashcan School --
Asian Americans in the Suburbs --
Atlanta, Georgia --
Austin, Texas --
Back of the Yards --
Balloon-Frame Construction --
Baltimore, Maryland --
Banks and Banking --
Bar Culture --
Barry, Marion S., Jr. --
Bartholomew, Harland --
Baseball and Ballparks --
Basketball --
Bauer, Catherine --
Bellows, George --
Benjamin Franklin Parkway --
Benton, Thomas Hart --
Black Panther Party --
Black Power --
Blackouts --
Blockbusting --
Blues Music --
Bogart, Humphrey --
Bohemianism --
Boom Towns --
Boosterism --
Bosses and Machines --
Boston, Massachusetts --
Bowery, The --
Brice, Fanny --
Broadacre City --
Brooklyn, New York --
Brooklyn Bridge --
Building Industry --
Building Regulations and Building Codes --
Bungalow --
Burgess, Ernest W. --
Burlesque --
Burnham, Daniel H. --
Busing --
Byrne, Jane M. --
Cabrini-Green --
Canals --
Capone, Al --
Carter Administration: Urban Policy --
Catholicism --
Celebration, Florida --
Central Park --
Central Place Theory --
Century of Progress --
Chain Stores --
Chaplin, Charlie --
Charity Organization Society --
Charlotte, North Carolina --
Chicago Fire --
Chicago School of Architecture --
Chicago, Illinois --
Child Labor --
Children in Cities and Suburbs --
Childs, Richard Spencer --
Chrysler Building --
Cincinnati, Ohio --
City Beautiful Movement --
City Efficient Movement --
City in Literature --
City Planning --
Civil Rights --
Clinton Administration: Urban Policy --
Coal Towns --
College Towns --
Columbia, Maryland --
Columbus, Ohio --
Commercial Strip --
Community Development Block Grants --
Community in the Cities --
Community in the Suburbs --
Commuting --
Company Towns --
Concentric Zone Model --
Coney Island --
Congestion --
Conservatism --
Consolidation --
Cooley, Charles Horton --
Coughlin, John Joseph --
Country Clubs --
Crime and Criminals --
Criminal Justice System --
Crowds and Riots --
Crump, Edward H. --
Curley, James Michael --
Daley, Richard J. --
Dallas, Texas --
Dance Halls --
Death and Dying --
Deindustrialization --
Density --
Denver, Colorado --
Desegregation of Education --
Detroit, Michigan --
Dinkins, David N. --
Disneyland --
Downtown --
Drinking Places --
Du Bois, W. E. B. --
Dumbbell Tenement --
Economy of Cities --
Edge Cities --
Education in Cities --
Elevators --
Ellis Island --
Empire State Building --
Environment and Ecology --
Environmental Racism --
Erie Canal --
Ethnic Neighborhoods --
Fair Housing Act of 1968 --
Families in Cities and Suburbs --
Family Planning --
Fannie Mae --
Federal Government and Cities --
Federal Housing Administration --
Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency --
Financial Districts --
Fire Departments --
Fitzgerald, F. Scott --
Five Points --
Flatiron Building --
Flophouses --
Folklore --
Ford, Henry --
Fort Worth, Texas --
Franchises and Franchising --
Frazier, E. Franklin --
Freeways and Expressways --
Fresno, California --
Gambling --
Gangs --
Garbage and Garbage Collection --
Garden Cities --
Gateway Cities --
Gay Men's Cultures in Cities --
Gender --
Gentrification --
Ghetto --
Ghost Towns --
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins --
Gladden, Washington --
Golden Gate Park --
Great Depression and Cities --
Greenbelt Towns --
Greenwich Village --
Grid Pattern --
Gun Use and Control --
Hague, Frank --
Harlem, New York --
Harlem Renaissance --
Hatcher, Richard --
Haymarket Riot/Massacre --
Hearst, William Randolph --
Henry Street Settlement --
Higher Education --
Historic Preservation --
Hollywood --
Home Owners Loan Corporation --
Home Rule --
Homelessness --
Homeownership --
Homicide --
Hopper, Edward --
Horne, Frank S. --
Horses in Cities --
Hospitals --
Hotels --
Housing, Owner-Built --
Housing Act of 1934 --
Housing Act of 1937 --
Housing Act of 1949 --
Housing Act of 1954 --
Housing Segregation --
Houston, Texas --
Howard, Ebenezer --
Howe, Frederic C. --
Howells, William Dean --
Hoyt, Homer --
Hull-House --
Incorporation --
Indianapolis, Indiana --
Industrial City --
Industrial Suburbs --
Influenza Epidemic of 1918 to 1919 --
Informal Economy --
Infrastructure and Urban Technical Networks --
Internet and Cities --
Interstate Highway Act of 1956 --
Irvine, California --
Islam --
Jackson, Maynard --
Jacobs, Jane --
Jazz --
Jenney, William Le Baron --
Johnson Administration: Urban Policy --
Joplin, Scott --
Judaism and Jewish Communities --
Juvenile Delinquency and the Juvenile Justice System --
Kahn, Louis I. --
Kansas City, Missouri --
Kelley, Florence --
Kenna, Michael "Hinky Dink" --
Kennedy Administration: Urban Policy --
Kerner Commission --
Kerouac, Jack --
Koch, Edward Irving --
Ku Klux Klan --
La Guardia, Fiorello --
Lakewood, California (and the Lakewood Plan) --
Land Developers and Development --
Landmarks Preservation --
Las Vegas, Nevada --
Latinos in Cities and Suburbs --
Lawrence, David L. --
Lesbian Culture in Cities --
Levitt, William --
Levittown --
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts --
Lindsay, John V. --
Llewellyn Park, New Jersey --
Lodging, Boarding, and Rooming Houses --
Logue, Edward --
Los Angeles, California --
Lower East Side. v. 2. MacDonald, Thomas H. --
Marsh, Reginald --
Masculine Domesticity --
Mass Culture --
Mayor-Council Government --
Memphis, Tennessee --
Mencken, H. L. --
Metropolitan Area --
Metropolitan Government --
Mexican Americans --
Miami, Florida --
Middle Class in Cities --
Middle Class in the Suburbs --
Middletown --
Mill Towns --
Milwaukee, Wisconsin --
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota --
Mobile Home Communities --
Model Cities --
Modernism and the City --
Mormons --
Moses, Robert --
Motels --
Motion Pictures and Cities and Suburbs --
Mount Laurel Decision --
Movie Theaters and Urban Space --
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick --
Muckrakers --
Mulholland, William --
Multicentered Metropolis and Multiple-Nuclei Theory --
Mumford, Lewis --
Municipal Associations --
Municipal Government --
Murphy, Frank --
Museums --
Myrdal, Gunnar --
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People --
National Urban League --
Native Americans in Cities --
Nativism --
Natural Environment and Cities --
Negro (Baseball) Leagues --
Neighborhood --
New Deal: Urban Policy --
New England Towns and Villages --
New Orleans, Louisiana --
New Towns --
New Urban History --
New Urbanism --
New York, New York --
New York World's Fair, 1939 --
Newspapers --
Nickelodeons --
Nixon Administration: Urban Policy --
Nolen, John --
Oakland, California --
Olmsted, Frederick Law, Sr. --
Park, Robert Ezra --
Parks --
Pedestrian Malls --
Penurbia --
Perry, Clarence Arthur --
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania --
Philanthropy --
Phoenix, Arizona --
Pingree, Hazen S. --
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania --
Playgrounds --
Plazas --
Plunkitt, George Washington --
Police and Police Departments --
Polish Americans in Cities --
Politics in Cities --
Politics in the Suburbs --
Population and Population Growth --
Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) Train --
Portland, Oregon --
Postmodernism --
Poverty and Welfare in Cities --
Prisons --
Progressivism --
Prohibition --
Prostitution --
Prudential Insurance and Housing Development --
Pruitt-Igoe Housing Project --
Public Education --
Public Health --
Public Housing --
Public Space --
Public Works --
Pulitzer, Joseph --
Pullman, Illinois --
Queer Space --
Race Riots --
Racial Zoning --
Radburn, New Jersey --
Railroad Stations --
Railroad Suburbs --
Railroads --
Rapid Transit --
Rauschenbusch, Walter --
Reagan Administration: Urban Policy --
Recreation --
Red-Light District --
Redlining --
Regional Plan Association --
Regional Plan of New York and Its Environs --
Regional Planning --
Regional Planning Association of America --
Religion in Cities and Suburbs --
Rent Control --
Resort Towns --
Restaurants --
Reston, Virginia --
Restrictive Deed Covenants --
Retirement Communities --
Richmond, Virginia --
Riis, Jacob August --
Rioting --
Riverside, Illinois --
Robert Taylor Homes --
Rouse, James W. --
Row House --
Salt Lake City, Utah --
Salvation Army --
San Antonio, Texas --
San Diego, California --
San Fernando Valley --
San Francisco, California --
Satellite City --
Sears Tower --
Seattle, Washington --
Second Ghetto --
Segoe, Ladislas --
Settlement House Movement --
Sewage and Sanitation Systems --
Silicon Valley --
Sinclair, Upton --
Single Women in the City --
Single-Family Detached House --
Skid Row --
Skyscrapers --
Slavery in Cities --
Sloan, John --
Slum --
Smart Growth --
Smith, Alfred E. --
Smith, Wilbur S. --
Social Geography of Cities and Suburbs --
Social Gospel --
Social Mobility --
Social Protest --
Social Services and Charity --
Social Welfare --
South Side of Chicago --
Spanish Colonial Towns and Cities --
Special Assessments --
Sprague, Franklin Julian --
St. Louis, Missouri --
States and Cities --
Statue of Liberty --
Steffens, (Joseph) Lincoln --
Stein, Clarence S. --
Stockyards --
Stokes, Carl Burton --
Street Lighting --
Streetcar and Bus Boycotts --
Streetcar Suburbs --
Strong, George Templeton --
Strong, Josiah --
Stuyvesant Town --
Suburban Railroad Service --
Suburbanization --
Sullivan, Louis Henri --
Sunbelt and Snowbelt Cities --
Sunday, William Ashley (Billy) --
Supermarkets --
Swift, Gustavus Franklin --
Tammany Hall --
Taxes and Tax Revolt Movements --
Telegraph --
Temperance Movement --
Tenant Unions --
Tenement --
Theme Parks --
Thompson, William Hale "Big Bill" --
Trade and Commerce --
Triangle Fire --
Truman Administration: Urban Policy --
Tucson, Arizona --
Tugwell, Rexford Guy --
Tulsa, Oklahoma --
Tunnels --
Tweed, William Marcy --
U.S. Conference of Mayors --
Union Stock Yard --
United States Housing Authority --
Universal Negro Improvement Association --
Upper Class in Cities and Suburbs --
Urban Crisis --
Urban Development Action Grant Program --
Urban Ecology --
Urban Finance --
Urban Frontier --
Urban Humor --
Urban Immigration --
Urban Institute --
Urban Land Institute --
Urban Political Reform --
Urban Protest Movements --
Urban Renewal and Revitalization --
Urban Sprawl --
Urbanization --
Utopian Towns and Communities --
Vaudeville --
Voluntarism and Voluntary Associations --
Wald, Lillian D. --
War on Poverty --
Warner, Sam Bass, Jr. --
Warner, William Lloyd --
Washington, D.C. --
Washington, Harold --
Water --
Weaver, Robert C. --
Webb, Del E. --
Weber, Adna --
Whyte, William H. --
Wichita, Kansas --
Williams, William Carlos --
Wirth, Louis --
Woman's City Clubs --
Women and Public Space --
Women in Cities --
Women's Civic Improvement Organizations and Voluntary Associations --
Women's Literature of Cities --
Women's World Fairs --
Wood, Elizabeth --
Woolworth Building --
Working Class in Cities and Suburbs --
Working Women's Organizations --
World Fairs and Expositions --
World War II and the City --
Wright, Frank Lloyd --
Wright, Henry --
Wright, Richard --
Yellow Journalism --
Youth Culture --
Zoning. v. 1. A --
L --
v. 2. M --
Z.
Series Title: Gale virtual reference library
Other Titles: American urban history
Responsibility: [editor] David Goldfield.
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