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by Scott Derks

ePub Working Americans, 1880-1999: The Middle Class (Working Americans: Volume 2) (Working Americans 1880-1999) download
Author:
Scott Derks
ISBN13:
978-1891482724
ISBN:
1891482726
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Publisher:
Grey House Publishing; 1 edition (January 1, 2001)
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Humanities
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1876 kb
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Working Americans 1880-20. has been added to your Cart. This seventh volume in the Working Americans series takes a thematic approach, profiling individuals who "felt called upon to challenge accepted convention

Working Americans 1880-20. This seventh volume in the Working Americans series takes a thematic approach, profiling individuals who "felt called upon to challenge accepted convention. Like the rest of the series, it describes its topic not by focusing on the achievements of individuals who have won renown-no Jane Addams or Cesar Chavez here-but on the experiences of ordinary people. The volume is arranged by decade, and for each decade, three or four social issues are highlighted.

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Working Americans, 1880-1999. Working class - United States - History - 19th century, Working class - United States - History - 20th century, United States - Social conditions - 20th century, Working class, Labor, Occupations, Social classes. Lakeville, CT : Grey House Pub.

This Second Volume in the Working Americans, 1880-1999 series focuses on the .

This Second Volume in the Working Americans, 1880-1999 series focuses on the social and economic lives of the Middle Class. This volume captures the struggles of the middle class from the last twelve decades, a vast array of ethnic backgrounds and broad coverage of the nation. Working Americans, 1880-1999: Volume II - The Middle Class presents an interesting and useful compilation of portraits of the middle class and will be an important addition to any high school, public or academic library reference collection.

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Each of the volumes in the Working Americans 1880-1999 series focuses on a particular class of Americans, The Working Class, The Middle Class and The Upper Class over the last 120 years. Chapters in each volume focus on one decade and profile three to five families. Family Profiles include real data on Income & Job Descriptions, Selected Prices of the Times, Annual Income, Annual Budgets, Family Finances, Life at Work, Life at Home, Life in the Community, Working Conditions, Cost of Living, Amusements and much more. Each chapter also contains an Economic Profile with Average Wages of other Professions, a selection of Typical Pricing, Key Events & Inventions, News Profiles, Articles from Local Media and Illustrations. The Working Americans series captures the lifestyles of each of the classes from the last twelve decades, covers a vast array of occupations and ethnic backgrounds and travels the entire nation. These interesting and useful compilations of portraits of the American Working, Middle and Upper Classes during the last 120 years will be an important addition to any high school, public or academic library reference collection.