7 edition of The model city of the New South found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Grace Hooten Gates.|
|LC Classifications||F334.A6 G37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||95021058|
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With town-building and boosting efforts, Anniston soon became known to contemporaries as "the model city of the New South". The town's economic survival through booms and busts is a study in marketing and diversification, of reliance on old liaisons in hard times.
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Roanoke, Virginia,tells the story of a city that for a brief period was widely hailed as a regional model for industrialization as well as the ultimate success symbol for the rehabilitation of the former Confederacy.
In a region where modernization seemed to move at a glacial pace, those looking for signs of what they were triumphantly calling the New South pointed to Roanoke. Buy The Model City of the New South by Grace Hooten Gates from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ In this book, Thomas Hanchett traces the city's spatial evolution over the course of a century, exploring the interplay of national trends and local forces that shaped Charlotte, and, by extension, other New South urban centers.
Hanchett argues that racial and economic segregation are not age-old givens, but products of a decades-long s: 9. Brow BooksPaperback, AUD$ Australian Women Pilots: Amazing true stories of women in the air Kathy Mexted NewSouthPaperback, AUD$ AlphaKid: An A - Z of Antics Tania Mccartney Windy Hollow BooksHardback, AUD$ --Louis Kyriakoudes, author of The Social Origins of the Urban South: Race, Gender, and Migration in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, Roanoke, Virginia,tells the story of a city that for a brief period was widely hailed as a regional model for industrialization as well as the ultimate success symbol for the rehabilitation Reviews: 1.
The rapid evolution of Charlotte, North Carolina, from “regional backwater” to globally ascendant city provides stark contrasts of then and now. Once a regional manufacturing and textile center, Charlotte stands today as one of the nation's premier banking and financial cores with interests reaching broadly into global markets.
Once defined by its biracial and bicultural character. In this book, Thomas Hanchett traces the city's spatial evolution over the course of a century, exploring the interplay of national trends and local forces that shaped Charlotte, and, by extension, other New South urban centers.
Hanchett argues that racial and economic segregation are not age-old givens, but products of a decades-long process. For Atlanta, the early decades of the twentieth century brought chaotic economic and demographic growth.
Women--black and white--emerged as a visible new component of the city's population. As maids and cooks, secretaries and factory workers, these women served the "better classes" in their homes and businesses. They were enthusiastic patrons of the city's new commercial. In this book, Thomas W.
Hanchett traces the city's spatial evolution over the course of a century, exploring the interplay of national trends and local forces that shaped Charlotte and, by extension, other New South urban centers. Hanchett argues that racial and economic segregation are not age-old givens but products of a decades-long s: The City of the New South has been here a long time and has seen many difficulties.
It has even had its own problems because it was once burnt completely to the ground by men from the north. Prayer threads hang above the city and at least one prayer thread belongs to one member of the group. This 55+ community is comprised of many different communities including Holiday City South, Holiday City Carefree, Holiday City West, and Holiday City Heights/5(6).
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Five people are booked into rooms in a five star hotel in a city in the south. Each person has a problem. The City of the New South has been here a long time and has seen many difficulties. Prayer threads hang above the city and at least one prayer thread belongs to one member of the group.
That woman is desperate and unless God hears her prayer tonight she will take her own life before. In this book, Thomas W. Hanchett traces the city's spatial evolution over the course of a century, exploring the interplay of national trends and local forces that shaped Charlotte and, by extension, other New South urban centers.
Hanchett argues that racial and economic segregation are not age-old givens but products of a decades-long process. New South, New South Democracy or New South Creed is a slogan in the history of the American South after the American Civil ers use it to call for a modernization of society and attitudes, to integrate more fully with the United States, and reject the economy and traditions of the Old South and the slavery-based plantation system of the antebellum period.
Get this from a library. Roanoke, Virginia, magic city of the new South. [Rand Dotson] -- Tells the story of a city that for a brief period was widely hailed as a regional model for industrialization as well as the ultimate success symbol for the rehabilitation of the former Confederacy.
If you go in knowing what to expect, this is a pretty good read; it is not a narrative or cohesive history of Charlotte, which I'm still searching for -- Hornet's Nest: The Story of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County is on my list and may be the saving grace (the fact that I'm a sucker for local history may explain my relatively high ranking).
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“If you can read only one book about how history happened to the post-Civil War economy, read this one.”—New York Review of Books. In this provocative and intricate analysis of the post-Civil War southern economy, Gavin Wright finds in the South’s peculiar labor market the answer to the perennial question of why the region remained backward for so long.
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The Model Cities Program was an element of U.S. President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society and War on concept was presented by labor leader Walter Reuther to President Johnson in an off-the-record White House meeting on Innew legislation led to the more than five-year-long, Model Cities experiments to develop new antipoverty programs and alternative forms of.
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12 South African rural history, which has fewer practitioners, has probably done better than urban history in terms of important published books. Those cities, though less booming in the past few decades, were huge industrial cities earlier in the 20th century and definitely part of the New South.
They are still important southern cities, even if they have been eclipsed by cities like Houston, Atlanta, etc. I guess they could be called historic New South cities. Submissions are open from September 1st - March 30th.
New South seeks to publish high-quality work, regardless of genre, form, or regional ties. We are looking for what is new, what is fresh, what is different, whether it comes from the southern United States, the south of India, or the north, east or west of anywhere.
Of course, the best way to figure out what our editors are interested in. In this Book. Additional Information. Henry Grady's New South: Atlanta, a Brave and Beautiful City he espoused the New South throughout the nation and was in demand as a speaker for audiences in New York and His major interest was in making a difference for that city, leaving the rest of the South to enjoy whatever Atlanta could not.
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