9 edition of The way it was--1876 found in the catalog.
Discusses such topics as the home, illnesses, school, sports, playing, traveling, women, and celebrations of special events in the centennial year.
|Statement||by Suzanne Hilton.|
|LC Classifications||E168 .H65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||74020665|
It was when George Armstrong Custer and fellow members of the 7th Cavalry met their notorious demise here on Last Stand Hill overlooking Montana's Little Bighorn River. Some years later, historians trying to preserve the memory of that famous Indian rout face an enemy far more ubiquitous than the swarm of angry Sioux, Northern Cheyenne. The Battle of the Little Bighorn, known to the Lakota and other Plains Indians as the Battle of the Greasy Grass and also commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand, was an armed engagement between combined forces of the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes and the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States battle, which resulted in the defeat of U.S. forces, was the most.
ABH Travel Tip. The Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, although the 2nd true world's fair held in the U.S.A., was the first large scale expo hosted within the nation that announced its coming of age to foreign would continue with the Chicago World's Fair of , the San Francisco World's Fairs of & , the New York World's Fairs of & through the. Palladium Book of Weapons and Castles of the Orient, The. Grade(s): 7 Bales, Carol Ann. Tales of the Elders: A Memory Book of Men and Women Who Came to America as Immigrants,
If you’re looking at sunrise and strong winds are in your face – guess what’s coming your way? You got it – a storm is brewing and you better make preparations. Country Dweller Weather Forecasting: The following weather forecasting technique I found in the book – “The Way It Was – The Way it Was – by Suzanne Hilton.) At the time, Americans were quite conscious of 'class'. Before the opening of the Centennial, many had never before rubbed elbows with the 'flip side' of society.
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Suzanne Hilton has dug into old records, letters, newspaper and magazine accounts, ads, and children’s diaries to discover the details about everday living – in the country and in the city, at school and at home, on vacation and at work.
She takes the reader on a magic carpet of facts into the year /5(2). "The Way It Was ~ " is a book full of facts about the way life existed as our country was turning years old.
Descriptions included clothing styles, jobs and occupations, schooling, high society and 'low' society, transportation, health and medicine, and so much more. The book is not a story, but chapters describing the way it was in /5.
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THE WAY IT WAS by Suzanne Hilton | Kirkus Reviews. There's nothing skimpy about this collection of Centennial life and lore. Hilton moves briskly from cold water baths, housekeeping, children's games and autograph books to patent medicines, seaside vacations (favored by trendsetting ""summer tramps""), women's fashions and their feminist detractors, the beginnings of Heinz catsup.
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Suzanne Hilton has 18 books on Goodreads with 75 ratings. Suzanne Hilton’s most popular book is The Way It Was Opening Day – May 10th, Heedless of rain, crowds pour through the gates to see President Grant open the Centennial.
(Photo from the book The Way it Was – by Suzanne Hilton.). The way it was by Suzanne Hilton (Book). The Way it Was— discusses the American centennial and how people lived at the time, as well as their interests in the latest inventions like telephones and elevators.
Gerald Carson of the New York Times writes that Hilton "does not go in heavily for interpretation of her data. The Way It Was - Hilton, Suzanne. Published by Westminster Press, Philadelphia () ISBN ISBN Used.
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Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books. It was before the building was officially opened, but almost two years before then the talking had begun, for in December ofas the people of Marsden were preparing to celebrate Christmas, the first cash entry was made in the Marsden Liberal Club Building and Furnishing Account book.
It was Across the country millions of people—young and old—were reading The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Who was behind this popular book. It was a year-old writer named Mark Twain, of Hartford, Connecticut. Throughout his career, Mark Twain published dozens of books. One particularly interesting and unusual item in the Free Library of Philadelphia's Centennial Exhibition holdings is a handwritten diary by a teenage boy, Frank L.
Thomas. On JFrank traveled by train to Philadelphia to see the Centennial. He made notes on his trip in a small diary, in pencil.After a year or so selling books in Washington, he and a friend, Sam Alexander, another boy from Worcester, headed west.
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