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The Industrial City. c. 1870-1930. My Three Topics Tonight. The City as Social History The City as Cultural History The City as Textbook. Big Cities Get Big. 1870. 1920. New York 950,000 Philadelphia 675,000 Chicago 300,000. New York 5.6 Mill Chicago 2.7 Mill Philadelphia 1.8 Mill

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my three topics tonight
My Three Topics Tonight
  • The City as Social History
  • The City as Cultural History
  • The City as Textbook
big cities get big
Big Cities Get Big

1870

1920

  • New York 950,000
  • Philadelphia 675,000
  • Chicago 300,000
  • New York 5.6 Mill
  • Chicago 2.7 Mill
  • Philadelphia 1.8 Mill
  • Detroit 1 Mill
  • Cleveland 800,000
the structure of immigration
The Structure of Immigration
  • Europe Also Industrializing
  • Population Dislocation and Movement
  • Immigrants part of world-wide population movement
  • Craftsmen and small independent farmers
  • Marginal farmers; children of land owners
  • Both groups already exposed to dynamics of capitalism
the immigrant neighborhood

The Immigrant Neighborhood

The City as Patchwork Quilt

social realism the eight
Social Realism &“The Eight”

The “Ashcan School”

  • John Sloan
  • Arthur Davies
  • George Luks,
  • Everett Shinn
  • Maurice Prendergast
  • Robert Henri
  • William Glackens
  • Ernest Lawson
the city as textbook

The City as tEXTBOOK

How to “read” the city?