City At The Point

City At The Point

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An overview of scholarly research, both published and previously unpublished, on the history of a city that has often served as a case study for measuring social change. It synthesizes the literature and assesses how that knowledge relates to our broader understanding of the processes of urbanization and urbanism. This book is especially useful for undergraduate and graduate courses on environmental politics and policy making, or as a supplement for courses on public policy making generally.Essays on the Social History of Pittsburgh Samuel P. Hays ... The graduated salary scale especially rewarded graduates of normal schools and academic high-school programs. ... Native-born women between the ages of fifteen and nineteen, for example, were more likely to attend the Pittsburgh Central High School in 1860 than any ... Although most female high-school students probably did not work for wages after they left school, nearly 75 percent of those who took jobs becameanbsp;...

Title:City At The Point
Author: Samuel P. Hays
Publisher:University of Pittsburgh Pre - 1991-03-15

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