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City People By Gunther Barth

City People
by Gunther Barth

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City People: The Rise of Modern City Culture in Nineteenth-Century America by Gunther Barth

This study explains the parallel development of urbanization and modernization in late nineteenth-century American society, demonstrating how the successful features of big-city life spread across the country and transformed towns all over America.

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City People Reviews



"An excellent book for upper-level courses. It fills a real need."--Louis Kyriakoudes, University of North Carolina-Wilmington


"A thoroughly original work, laden with insights. It will be read with interest by anyone concerned with the development of the modern city."--Oscar Handlin, Harvard University


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GOR007302860
City People: The Rise of Modern City Culture in Nineteenth-Century America by Gunther Barth
Gunther Barth
Used - Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press Inc
1982-07-15
300
0195031946
9780195031942
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