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Since 1955 he has illustrated about 250 books for younger readers including about 88 that he also wrote. Fisher was born in the Bronx borough of New York City in 1924
Fisher, Leonard Everett. Published by NY: Holdiay House, (1983), 1983. Bibliographic Details. Title: THE SCHOOLS Nineteenth Century America. Publisher: NY: Holdiay House, (1983). Publication Date: 1983.
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Discusses the development of athletic competition in 19th-century America. by Leonard Everett Fisher. Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.
The Factories: Nineteenth Century America. New York, Holiday House, 1979. The Railroads: Nineteenth Century America.
The 19th-century American newspaper, a subject with limited potential for ten-year-olds, doesn't in any case get its . And Fisher's characteristic emblematic illustrations are a very poor substitute for a chance to see what the papers actually looked like.
The 19th-century American newspaper, a subject with limited potential for ten-year-olds, doesn't in any case get its due here. Writing of the early Republic, Fisher makes no point of the exceptional number of local papers or the unusual freedom they enjoyed-or the extent to which most of the major ones (not just the one cited) were the creatures of political parties.
Margaretta M. Lovell, Common-Place. For the first time we have in this book a historical overview of the public market place in America. - Michal Sernoff, Urban Morphology
In Public Markets and Civic Culture in Nineteenth-Century America Helen Tangires examines the role of the public marketplace - social and architectural - as a key site in the development of civic culture in America. Margaretta M. - Michal Sernoff, Urban Morphology. Fills a gap in the literature of early urban retailing.
The Potiphar Papers illustrates the changing antebellum relationship to book display. Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture
This tension is evident in The Potiphar Papers, an 1853 satire of New York society by George William Curtis, serialized in Putnam’s Monthly Magazine. The Potiphar Papers illustrates the changing antebellum relationship to book display. Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, Nineteenth-century . cultural history, Antebellum America. Jonathan D. Sarna, "New Light on the Pittsburgh Platform of 1885," American Jewish History 76:3 (March 1987): 358-368.
Why has "America" - that is, the United States of America - become so much more than simply a place in the .
Why has "America" - that is, the United States of America - become so much more than simply a place in the imagination of so many people around the world? In both Europe and Latin America, the United States has often been a site of multiple possible futures, a screen onto which could be projected. The book brings together six historians, all with different specializations, who unusually have worked closely together in developing the project, giving it a welldeveloped framework even as it explores the specifics of various national contexts.
The extensive work of selection and planning of the exhibition has been the joint effort of John K. Howat, Associate Curator in Charge of American Paintings and Sculpture, with John Wilmerding, Chairman of the Department of the Fine Arts, Dartmouth College, and Berry B. Tracy, Curator of the American Wing; the decorative arts are catalogued in a companion volume.