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  1. The Bolivian Tin Mining Industry in the First Half of the 20th Century (Institute of Latin American Studies Research Papers) by Manuel E. Contreras, 1993-04
  2. Arte Latinoamericano Del Siglo XX/ Latin American Art of the 20th Century: Otras Historias De La Historia / Other Stories of History (Spanish Edition) by Rodrigo Gutierrez Vinuales, 2005-01-30
  3. Being and Some 20th Century Thomists by John Knasas, 2003-01-01
  4. Wheeling in the 20th Century by Tom Dunham, 2003-07-16
  5. Adventures In Persevering: Pioneers of the 20th Century by Myrtle , I. Hayes, 2005-03-22
  6. Indians of the Southeastern United States in the Late 20th Century
  7. Modern Chicano Writers: A Collection of Critical Essays (20th Century Views)
  8. The Peekskill, New York, Anti-Communist Riots of 1949 (Studies in Twentieth-Century American History, 6) by Joseph Walwik, 2002-07
  9. Rhetorical Study of the Speaking of Calvin Coolidge (Studies in Twentieth Century American History) by Arthur F. Fleser, 1990-04
  10. Negotiating Identities in 19th- And 20th-century Montreal
  11. John F. Kennedy and the Artful Collaboration of Film and Politics (Studies in Twentieth-Century American History, 9) by Melissa Wye Geraci, 2003-08
  12. Jazz and the Germans: Essays on the Influence of "Hot" American Idioms on 20th Century GermanMusic (Monographs and Bibliographies in American Music, No. 17)
  13. Facts About the 20th Century by George Ochoa, Melinda Corey, 2001-08
  14. The Harlem Renaissance (20th Century Perspectives) by A. R. Schaefer, 2003-07

81. Distinguished Artist Series / American Art History
Distinguished artists, including an alphabetical index of over 2000 deceased american artists, as Category Arts Art history Artists...... Also see the american Impressionism essay from the Worcester Art Museum. For Southernart history, see A century of Progress 20th century Painting in
Distinguished Artist Series Over 2,500 deceased American painters, sculptors and photographers of note are indexed in alphabetical order. RLM articles concerning artists and links to other sites are referenced. Click on the letters below to access the index. We include deceased artists in this artist dictionary based on frequency of mention in the articles and essays we publish, ranking in other dictionaries, and subjective measures of importance. A B C D ... Z More American Art History Resources: Find thousands of articles and essays accessible through this publication's subject indexes. One of America's earliest art centers was the Lyme art colony See's data on 60 Old Lyme Colony painters Other early Eastern art colonies and centers were the: Cape Cod School of Art (Provincetown) Cornish artists' colony, Cos Cob art colony Dublin art colony ... Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art, and the Woodstock art colony Crossing into the twentieth century, read about The Hoosier Group The Richmond School and Maryland artists: 1890-1970 Worcester Art Museum informs readers with its Early American Online Catalog . Enjoy pictures of Hudson River School paintings via the Desmond-Fish Library , and details including biographies, auction records, museum holdings, top dealers, book and magazine references on over 70 Hudson River School artists courtesy of Also at are details on about 300 19th century

82. History Alive! 20th Century United States History Essays Topic 17
Science and technology have shaped american history in extraordinary ways. Aroundthe turn of the 20th century the United States became an industrial leader
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Enrichment Essay and Activity Topic 17 The Influence of Science and Technology on American History Activity Connections:
Contemporary American Society, Activities 1.1, 2.1-2.3 The Influence of Science and Technology on American History
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Read through the list of scientific and technological advances below. Ask yourself how each affected the history of our life as a nation. Explain in a short paragraph how scientific discoveries, such as those in medicine, resulted from specific needs.
Alexander Holley designs U.S. Bessemer plant, making steel more available.

83. U Of U Press - Western America (20th Century)
of natural history, art history, cognitive psychology, western history, archaeology,and Turn Over Identity and the LateTwentieth-century american West Philip
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(Twentieth Century) Bandelier
The Life and Adventures of Adolph Bandelier, American Archaeologist and Scientist

Charles H. Lange and Carroll L. Riley
"[Bandelier] has been called an anthropologist, archaeologist, archivist, ethnographer, explorer,
geographer, artist, historian, and scientist. He learned as he explored, having no manuals to guide his
way. His is an adventure Lange and Riley enjoy sharing with their readers." American Archaeology
"Riley and Lange have accurately rendered a man on the breaking wave of the early sciences of
archaeology and anthropology." Ventana
"The authors, both anthropologists and Bandelier scholars, know their subject well and provide a
fascinating account of his life, travels, and constant and often acrimonious interaction with funding institutions, museums, organizations, and philanthropists."

84. American Cultural History - The Twentieth Century
An informative collection of pop culture tidbits and facts about each decade of the twentieth century.Category Society history By Topic Social history Pop Culture......Kingwood College Library. american Cultural history The Twentiethcentury. The purpose of these pages is to present a series of web
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American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century
The purpose of these pages is to present a series of web guides on the decades of the twentieth century. The pages are being prepared by the Reference Librarians. Period pictures used are those of the family of the web author(s). Enjoy!
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85. 20th Century Decades: 1910-1919 Decade
Memory at the Library of Congress, fiftynine sound recordings of speeches by Americanleaders at the Return to the 20th century history by the Decades Page.
20th Century History By the Decades
From the Chico High School Library
You may go directly to these other decade pages:
General 20th Century Resources 1910-1919 Decade of the 20th Century
Click to go directly to these sections below: Great War (WWI) Peace Treaty of Versailles Culture and Daily Life Russian Revolutio n
The Great War (WWI 1914-1918) WWI Causes (Links From SCORE H-SS)
A collection of links to websites that provide information about WWI and its causes. The Peace Settlements: Treaty of Versailles
Overview of the events and decisions made at the WWI Peace Conference. The Great War: 80 years on
It is more than 80 years since the armistice ended World War I. The war lasted from 1914-18, claimed 10 million lives and forever changed the political map of Europe. Using personal accounts and historical analysis BBC News Online looks back at what became known as "the war to end all wars". The War to End All Wars
Very thorough and easily understood overview of the war, its major battles and their casualties and its effects, a special report by BBC News. The Great War Interviews: Woodrow Wilson
Comments by the scholar Robert Wohl, University of California on President Woodrow Wilson and his attitudes toward the peace settlements. Other key figures are also briefly discussed by this scholar.

86. Famous Trials - UMKC School Of Law - Prof. Douglas Linder
Contains information relating to famous american trials.
Famous Trials
by Doug Linder (2003)

Trial of Socrates

(399 B.C.E.)
Trial of Jesus (30 C.E.) ... Trial (1995)
Trials that might be added in coming months include
the Alger Hiss Trial (1949-50), the Lenny Bruce Trial (1964), and the Chamberlain ("Dingo") Trial (1982). Memo to Critics (Purpose and Goals of this Site)

Exploring Constitutional Conflicts

Clarence Darrow Homepage
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Other famous American trials

amous world trials
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87. Carroll
Shows the effect of the domestic science movement on individual farm women in the early 20th century. By Laura Carroll.
Rural American Women and Directed Cultural Change Laura Carroll This study regards the response to directed cultural change. More specifically, it will look at dramatic cultural and technological change at the turn of the century and how it affected rural American women. Numerous mechanisms targeted rural areas and attempted to bring the rural farm woman into the new Progressive era. Programs launched by agricultural colleges, the federal government, and the Farm Bureau were all instrumental in transforming the women into modern and efficient housewives. Through the examination of several sources, such as USDA propaganda and the McLean County Home Bureau archives, I will show the effects of the massive domestic science movement on the individual farm woman. LITERATURE REVIEW THE DOMESTIC SCIENCE MOVEMENT ANALYSIS CONCLUSION ... A Comparative Study of Sequences Derived From Mitochondrial DNA Databases Applied To the Question Of the Origin Of Modern Humans Kara B. Babrowski Rural Women in America: Effects of Directed Cultural Change Laura Carroll Dental Wear of the Skeletal Material from the Schroeder Mounds Cynthia Deakin Education, Culture, and the Transmission of Identity: A Case Study in a Central Illinois School

88. A Den Of Antiquity At Lexington Park Online Catalog
Specializing in fine quality Victorian art glass, early 20th century art glass, american and European art pottery, fine porcelains, american Indian items, and Arts and Crafts items.

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65 Walnut Street Ashville, NC 28801 Email: Hours of Operation: Mon.- Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun. (June through Dec.) 1pm-6pm

89. Cline Fine Art
Santa Fe, New Mexico gallery featuring 20th century american artworks by Arthur Dove, Elaine de Kooning, Ben Messick and many others.
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90. Redirection Page To Special Collections & Archives
Specializes in 19th and 20th century american and British literature, theatre and film, Western americana, and the May 4, 1970 tragedy. Searchable online index.
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91. David Dike Fine Art
The gallery specializes in late 19th century and early 20th century European and american oil paintings, with an emphasis on the Texas Regionalists and Texas Landscape Painters.

92. Clarke Galleries, American Artists, Museum Quality Paintings
Palm Beach, FL. Stowe, VT. gallery specializing in 19th and 20th century american paintings, featuring the work of the Hudson River School, the american Impressionists and New England artists from the 18th century to the present.
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Clarke Galleries features American paintings from 1800s to the present, including works from the Hudson River School, the American Impressionists, Cape Ann artists, (Aldro T. Hibbard, Emile Gruppe, Thomas R. Curtin, Walton Blodgett and Anthony Thieme) and prominent New England, Florida and Vermont artists from the 19th to 21st century.
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93. Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project
Online collection of the most important 19th and early 20th century american cookbooks, viewable as page images.
You must enable javascript to view book transcripts. Page images are accessible without javascript. Home Cookbooks Books by Category Search the Collection Museum Objects ... Institute for Museum and Libraries Services
    Feeding America:
    The Historic American Cookbook Project
    The Michigan State University Library and the MSU Museum are partnering to create an online collection of the most important and influential 19th and early 20th century American cookbooks. The site will also include a glossary of cookery terms, essays by culinary historian Jan Longone, biographies of the cookbook authors, and multidimensional images of antique cooking implements from the collections of the MSU Museum. Selections from these supplementary materials are available now. The digital archive currently includes page images of 47 cookbooks from the Special Collections Division of the MSU Library. The text-search function currently indexes 13 books. When the project is completed in September 2003, the site will include page images, full-text transcriptions, and indexed text searching for 75 cookbooks published between 1798 and 1922.
    The full-text search capability of the site will enable students and scholars to locate passages on topics as diverse as the uses of nutmeg, Civil War era apple pie recipes, descriptions of kitchen appliances, and 1890s nutritional advice. The 3D images will help students visualize the technology of 19th century cooking by linking descriptions of unfamiliar cooking processes to images of the utensils and implements used to carry them out.

94. Reminiscences By Pike On Early American Anthropological Linguistics
Essay written by Kenneth Pike for the journal american Anthropologist. Contains reminiscences of many leading figures of this field in the early 20th century, such as Edward Sapir.
SIL Electronic Working Papers 2001-001, May 2001
Reminiscences by Pike on Early American Anthropological Linguistics
By Kenneth L. Pike
SIL International
This is the last academic paper that Ken Pike wrote shortly before his death on December 31, 2000 at age 88. In October 1999 the editor of American Anthropologist AA
Abstract [by the Editor of SILEWP]
In this essay, Pike reviews where, in his view, linguistic anthropology was in the past, where it is now, and where it may lead in the future. He describes how he got into linguistics in the 1930s, and then reminisces about his personal interactions with the godfathers of American structural linguistics: Bloomfield, Sapir, Fries, Bloch, Hockett, Nida, Swadesh, Trager, Voegelin, and others. He describes how his theory of tagmemics evolved, as well as his emic/etic concept; and he tells of the abrupt changes that came in American linguistics with the rise of Chomsky and transformational linguistics.
Early Mentors
Mayan Studies I Phonetics Morphology In the spring of 1937, using a cane to start with, I walked for a month from the highlands of the Mixtec area (8,300 feet above sea level) to the coast, to survey other Mixtec-related linguistic needs on the way.

95. Time And Nostradamus
Interpretations of original prophecies, focusing on the millennium and the 20th century, including the solar eclipse, the Olympic Games, and the american presidential election.
Journal of Tomorrow A World View Site launched on Millennium Day: January 1 2001
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Latest news - Anti Gravity Flying Machines to Revolutionise Transport Valerie Hewitt's The great English novelist Charles Dickens began A Tale of Two Cities with the words "It was the best of times and it was the worst of times" in describing the French Revolution, a seminal event towards the end of the 18th century which is still influencing the modern world.
The invasion of Iraq in March 2003 looks likely to be a similar turning point in international affairs. To many the world seems to be turning helplessly in a continuing maelstrom of conflict, terror, fear and uncertainty created by the events of September 11, 2001.
But that maelstrom is a decade older than the first year of the new millennium. The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, following the collapse of communism in eastern Europe created a huge political vacuum and changed the world order for ever, though it took years for many people to catch up with what was happening. September 11 and subsequent events brought those changes to the notice of many people for the first time. The truth is that after the fall of the Soviet Union, America moved into an unprecedented position - that of sole global superpower. All of us have to deal with that reality, not least Americans.
However, there is a wider question. How will the world change after the war? How has it changed already?

96. The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum Of American Art
Comprehensive collection of the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany as well as fine 19th and 20th century american decorative arts.
Leaded Favrile glass
Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933)
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art houses the most comprehensive collection of the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany found anywhere, a major collection of American art pottery and representative collections of late-19th and early-20th century American paintings, graphics and the decorative arts. Founded by Jeannette Genius McKean in 1942 and named for her industrialist grandfather, its collections were built over a half century by Mrs. McKean and her husband, Hugh F. McKean. In the late 1950s they acquired major windows and architectural elements from Tiffany's fire-ravaged estate on Long Island and later the elements of his 1893 chapel for the World's Columbian Exposition. The complete chapel has been reassembled and is on exhibit at the Morse Museum. Hugh McKean, author of

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98. G.B. Tate & Sons - Fine Art Sales
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99. Women Of The Century -
Experience the struggles and achievements of american women in the 20th century through the heroes, events, and voices of each decade.
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100. American Women The Pioneers
Photo essay of american women who fought to break into the ranks of maledominated worlds at the turn of the 20th century.

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