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by Jack Tager

ePub Massachusetts in the Gilded Age download
Author:
Jack Tager
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Univ of Massachusetts Pr (October 1, 1985)
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Home Browse Books Book details, Massachusetts in the Gilded Age: Selected Essays. Massachusetts in the Gilded Age: Selected Essays. By Jack Tager, John W. Ifkovic. In October 1982, and February and March 1983, the Institute for Massachusetts Studies sponsored a series of three symposia on Massachusetts in the Gilded Age, hosted by the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library in Boston.

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Related Subjects: New England History and Culture.

In this book, Richard D. Brown and Jack Tager survey the rich heritage of this distinctive, and distinctly .

In the twentieth century, the state continued to lead the country through a series of wrenching economic changes as it moved from the production of goods to the provision of services, eventually becoming a center of the high-tech revolution in telecommunications. If there is one common theme in the Bay State's history, Brown and Tager make clear, it is the capacity to adapt to change.

Welcome to Millionaire’s Row, where the Gilded Age mansions and clubs of high society still exude a faded elegance. From the Union Station Plaza and Embassy Row to Dupont Circle and the Washington National Cathedral.

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Fortunes were frequently being made overnight in the United States in the latter third of the nineteenth century

Fortunes were frequently being made overnight in the United States in the latter third of the nineteenth century. The turn of a pickaxe might uncover a vein of silver, gold or copper that could make an unlettered miner into a millionaire. The manufacture of steel, the mining of coal, the building of railroads and the expanding population without labor rights brought riches to many.

In the Gilded Era, East Coast elite families built summer residences in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. She designed the home and gardens with architect Ogden Codman, J. and the two co-wrote the book The Decoration of Houses. Here are 12 of those estates you can visit today. Following the breakdown of her marriage and a divorce, she moved to Paris.

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