•     CHAPTER NINETEEN: THE INCORPORATION OF AMERICA, 1865–1900

        THE RISE OF INDUSTRY, THE TRIUMPH OF BUSINESS

     

    Technology

                Morse, Edison-

     

                Freight trains-

     

    Mechanization-

     

    Expanding Market

                Advertisement-

     

    Integration

                Vertical-

     

                Horizontal-

     

    Sherman Antitrust Act (1890)-

     

     

    Social Darwinism-

     

     

    The Gospel of Wealth-

     

     

    The Wage System-

               

                Impact on women-

     

    The Knights of Labor

                Goals-

     

                Haymarket Strike-

     

    The American Federation of Labor

                Contrast to Knights of Labor-

     

                Goals-

     

                Success ?

     

    THE NEW SOUTH

                What was it ?

     

    “An Internal Colony”-

     

    Southern growth-

     

    End result ?  -

     

    Mill towns/ company towns-

     

    The City

    “new immigrants”-

     

               

    Tenements-

     

     

    The City and the Environment-

     

     

    Olmstead, Roebling-

     

     

     “Conspicuous Consumption” and the Gilded Age-

     

     

    Gentility among the Middle Class-

     

     

    Life in the Streets-

     

     

    Education-

     

     

    Leisure and Public Space-

     

     

    National Pastimes-