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Social history of the United States.

Publisher: Santa Barbara, California : ABC-CLIO, [2009].
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This ten-volume encyclopedia explores the social history of 20th-century America in rich, authoritative detail, decade by decade, through the eyes of its everyday citizens. Spanning ten volumes and featuring the work of some of the foremost social historians working today, Social History of the United States bridges the gap between 20th-century history as it played out on the grand stage and history as it affected  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Greenberg, Brian.
Social history of the United States. The 1900s.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2009
(OCoLC)763064951
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
ISBN: 9781598841275 1598841270 9781851099030 1851099034 9781851098941 1851098941 9781851099726 1851099727 9781851099214 1851099212 9781851099115 1851099115 9781851098972 1851098976 9781851099153 1851099158 9781851099238 1851099239 9781851099177 1851099174 9781851099764 185109976X
OCLC Number: 228503247
Description: 10 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: [1] The 1900s / Brian Greenberg, Linda S. Watts --
[2] The 1910s / Gordon Reavley --
[3] The 1920s / Linda S. Watts, Alice George, and Scott Beekman --
[4] The 1930s / Cecelia Bucki --
[5] The 1940s / Mark Ciabattari --
[6] The 1950s / John C. Stoner, Alice George --
[7] The 1960s / Troy D. Paino --
[8] The 1970s / Laurie Mercier --
[9] The 1980s / Peter C. Holloran and Andrew Hunt --
[10] The 1990s / Nancy Cohen.
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This ten-volume encyclopedia explores the social history of 20th-century America in rich, authoritative detail, decade by decade, through the eyes of its everyday citizens.  Read more...

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