3 edition of Illinois in the fifties found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|-The Pioneer and his environment -A Progressive pioneer and the evolution of a home -The gold seekers of the late Forties -The stage-driver, stage-coach, stage-hand and an original Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde -A Country store in the Fifties -Churches, church people and preachers in the Fifties -Sports, amusements and some other things -The village Lyceum and some local Pettifoggers -An old-time water-mill -Schools, scholars and teachers -In and about an Illinois cornfield in the Fifties -Books, periodicals and other reading matter in the Fifties -The village doctors -Railroads and other methods of travel and transportation -Elections, parties and politics -Slavery and the Lincoln-Douglas debate|
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While the cold war rivalry with the Soviet Union generated the Illinois in the fifties concern, Dunar skillfully illustrates how the rise of Nasser in Egypt, Castro in Cuba, and Communist regimes in North Korea, Vietnam, and China signaled new regional challenges to American power. In that history no period is of more interest and importance than the Fifties, which in the fullest sense was a decade of devel opment. The second movement 1915 — 1944 saw millions of members of the KKK form, which was opposed to immigration into America, especially against Catholics and Jews.
Chicago Black Hawks win the National Hockey League championship Stanley Cup ; repeat in 1938 and 1961. Illinois celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth Abraham Lincoln, who was born on February 12, 1809, Illinois in the fifties Hardin County, Kentucky.
Harriet Monroe 1860-1936 launches Poetry: A Magazine of Verse in Chicago; includes writings of Springfield poet Vachel Lindsay 1879-1931. Addeddate 2007-07-26 16:31:49 Bookplateleaf 0007 Call number SRLF:LAGE-230269 Camera 5D Collection-library SRLF Copyright-evidence Evidence reported by alyson-wieczorek for item illinoisinfiftie00johniala on July 26, 2007: visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1918.
Our extensive quality control ensures that the readers of Trieste Publishing's books will be delighted with their purchase. Gwendolyn Brooks, Illinois Poet Laureate since 1968, dies in Chicago. Author: James Foster Publisher: Page Publishing Inc ISBN: 9781634172080 Category: History Page: 132 View: 663 Ever wondered why the 1950s is dubbed as the Fabulous Fifties? In February, the University of Illinois mascot, Chief Illiniwek, was retired amid controversy.
It affected nearly all public places and workplaces.
On Memorial Day, Chicago police fire on strikers at Republic Steel, resulting in ten deaths. Woodland culture Indians develop maize agriculture, build villages and burial mounds, invent the bow and arrow for hunting, and begin making pottery. La Salle and Tonty build Fort St. Marquette founds a mission at the Great Village of the Illinois, near present Utica.
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Woodland culture Indians develop maize agriculture, build villages and burial mounds, invent the bow and arrow for hunting, and begin making pottery.
Joseph Smith 1805-1844 chooses Nauvoo as headquarters for the Mormon church.