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  • Sunshine and Shadow (p. 376)
  • Map 8.1 The Mobility of Goods and People, 1800–1857 (p. 381)
  • Map 8.2 The Nation’s Major Cities in 1840 (p. 385)
  • Dumping Ground at the Foot of Beach Street  (p. 383) Dumping Ground at the Foot of Beach Street (1866) Harper's Weekly
  • Figure 8.1 Immigration to the United States, 1820–1860 (p. 386)
  • Figure 8.2 Sources of Immigration, 1840–1860 (p. 387)
  • The Irish Harvest  (p. 387) The Irish Harvest (1852)
  • “ Let the Public Look at These Plague-Spots” (p. 391) "Plague Spots" (1860) New York Illustrated New s
  • A German Beer Garden on Sunday Evening  (p. 392) German Beer Garden on Sunday Evening (1858) Harper's Weekly
  • A Black Joke  (p. 394) "A Black Joke" Racist Cartoon (1854) Yankee Notions
  • Middling Class Mores vs. Immigrant Working Class Behaviors 
  • Barnum on Broadway (p. 401) Sleighing in New York (1855) Visit to The Lost Museum
  • The Voting-Place  (p. 406) "The Voting Place" (1858) Harper's Weekly
  • The Day We Celebrate (p. 409) The Day We Celebrate (1867) Harper's Weekly
  • Nashoba Commune - Interracial Relationships
  • “ The Amazonian Convention” (p. 415) "The Amazonian Convention" (1859) Harper's Weekly
  • “ Am I Not a Woman and a Sister?” (p. 417) "Am I Not a Woman and a Sister" (1837)
  • Marriage of the Free Soil and Liberty Parties  (p. 420) Marriage of Free Soil and Liberty Parties (1848)
  • Hist1301 Week 08

    1. 1. Immigration, Urban Life, and Social Reform in the Free-Labor North 1838–1860
    2. 2. The Transformation of American Labor
    3. 3. Fifth Avenue vs. The Old Brewery
    4. 4. A Changing World for Northern Working People
    5. 5. The Shift Away from Agriculture
    6. 6. Immigrants Swell the Wage Labor Ranks
    7. 7. National Origins and American Jobs: The Irish
    8. 8. National Origins and American Jobs: The Germans
    9. 9. African Americans in the Free-Labor North
    10. 10. Wage-Earning Women Expand Their Sphere But Not Their Rights
    11. 11. Urban Mayhem and Middle-Class Reform
    12. 12. Leisure Activities and Class Conflict
    13. 13. Urban Disorder and Family Crises
    14. 14. Middle-Class Efforts at Moral Reform
    15. 15. Source of Moral Decay: Who’s to Blame?
    16. 16. Nativist Attacks on Immigrants, African Americans, and Workers
    17. 17. Radical Reform
    18. 18. Communal Experiments and Cooperative Enterprises: Utopian Communities
    19. 19. Models for Utopian Community
    20. 20. Movements for Land Reform
    21. 21. Women Reformers Seek Rights for Themselves
    22. 22. Abolitionists Fight Slavery and Each Other
    23. 23. The Abolition of Slavery and Party Politics
    24. 24. David Blight on the Underground Railroad
    25. 25. James Horton on Slave Narratives

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