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ISBN:0313361169
Author: David Blanke
ISBN13: 978-0313361166
Title: The 1910s (American Popular Culture Through History)
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Greenwood (April 30, 2002)
Pages: 344

The 1910s (American Popular Culture Through History) by David Blanke



DAVID BLANKE is currently Assistant Professor of History at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi. He is the author of Sowing the American Dream: How Consumer Culture Took Root in the Rural Midwest. Series: American Popular Culture Through History. Paperback: 344 pages. Publisher: Greenwood (April 30, 2002). If this book is the first in a series on "American Culture Through Popular History" as i understand it is, it is an auspicious inauguration of what should be a good series. 8 people found this helpful.

4050 The 1910s, by David Blanke (read 30 July 2005) This is the first volume of a projected series on "American Culture Through Popular History". It tells what went on in advertising, architecture, fashion, food, leisure activities, literature, music, performing arts, travel, and visual arts during the years from 1910 thru 1919.

Historian David Blanke delves into the cornucopia of activities, trends, and events that shaped and enriched the day-to-day lives of Americans in this decade. Twelve scrupulously The decade of the 1910s saw the United States rise above strictly European cultural influences as the mixing of race, ethnicity, class, and gender yielded colorful fusions within American society. This lead title in Greenwood's forthcoming American Popular Culture Through History series shows the many facets of American society merging to form the beginnings of the United States' eclectic 20th century culture.

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Hiclerlsi
The author examines the years 1910 to 1919 in advertising, architecture, fashion, food, leisure activites, literature, music, performing arts, travel and visual arts. The chapters will be more interesting to the extent you are interested in the topic, but I thought the food chapter was exceptional, as it told us things like what Diamond Jim Brady ate for breakfast. If this book is the first in a series on "American Culture Through Popular History" as i understand it is, it is an auspicious inauguration of what should be a good series.
Xanna
Great overview of this period of our country.
Ber
This is a great tool for students, teachers and writers.