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Books in Saint Rose Library

Books in Saint Rose Library

American Immigrant Cultures: Builders of a Nation (V.1, V.2)

Location: Reference Room, Main Floor

Call Number: REF 305.8 A512L

 

Five Points: The 19th Century New York City Neighborhood That Invented Tap Dance, Stole Elections, and Became the World's Most Notorious Slum

Author: Anbinder,Tyler

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 974.71 F5656A54

 

The New Immigration

Author: Appel, John J.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 301.324 A646n

 

The Monied Metropolis: New York City and the Consolidation of the American Bourgeoisie, 1850-1896

Author: Beckert, Sven

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 305.55 B3965m

 

To Stand and Fight: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Postwar New York City

Author: Biondi, Martha

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 974.7100496 B6159t

 

Bosses and Reformers: Urban Politics in America, 1880-1920

Author: Brownell, Blaine A.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 320.4 B884b

 

Word, Image and the New Negro: Representation and Identity in the Harlem Renaissance

Author: Carroll, Anne Elizabeth

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 700.8996 C3191w

 

America in the Age of the Titans: The Progressive Era and World War I

Author: Cashman, Sean Dennis

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 973.91 C338am

 

The Origin of Organized Crime in America: The New York City Mafia, 1891-1931

Author: Critchley, David

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 364.106 C9341o

 

Swingin' the Dream: Big Band Jazz and the Rebirth of American Culture

Author: Erenberg, Lewis A.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 781.654 E672s

 

Writing Jazz: Race, Nationalism, and Modern Culture in the 1920s

Author: Evans, Nicholas M.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 781.65 E928w

 

Immigrant Women in the Land of Dollars: Life and Culture on the Lower East Side, 1890-1925

Author: Ewen, Elizabeth

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 305.48851 E95im

 

Hostages of Fortune: Child Labor Reform in New York State

Author: Felt, Jeremy P.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 331.3102 F325h

 

Memories of Migration: Gender, Ethnicity and the Work in the Lives of Jewish and Italian Women in New York, 1870-1924

Author: Friedman-Kasaba, Kathie

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 305.48696 F9113m

 

The New York City Vision: Interpretations of New York City in the American Novel

Author: Gates, Robert Allan

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 813.009327 G259n

 

City, College and the Jewish Poor: Education in New York, 1880-1924

Author: Gorelick, Sherry

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 378.0089924 G666ci 1982

 

The Muckrakers and the Progressive Era

Author: Hillstrom, Laurie Collier

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 302.23 H6557m

 

Voices from the Harlem Renaissance

Editor: Huggins, Nathan Irvin

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 810.80896 V889h 1995

 

The Cambridge Companion to the Harlem Renaissance

Editor: Hutchinson, George

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 810.9896 C1783h

 

Street Justice: A History of Police Violence in New York City

Author: Johnson, Marilynn S.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 363.232 J681s

 

Culture Makers: Urban Performance and Literature in the 1920s

Author: Koritz, Amy

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 700.973 K845c

 

Cultures of Opposition: Jewish Immigrant Workers, New York City, 1881-1905

Author: Kosak, Hadassa

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 974.7100492K861

 

Immigrants and the American City

Author: Muller, Thomas

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 304.873 M958i

 

Second Founding: New York City, Reconstruction and the Making of American Democracy

Author: Quigley, David

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 974.71041 Q65s

 

Before Harlem: The Black Experience in New York City Before World War I

Author: Sacks, Marcy S.

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 305.896 S12186

 

City of Women: Sex and Class in New York, 1789-1860

Author: Stansell, Christine

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 305.42 5791c

 

Clara Lemlich: A Strike Leader's Diary (DVD recording about Shirtwaist Maker's Strike, New York, N.Y., 1909)

Director: Szalat, Alex

Location: Reading Room, 1st Floor

Call Number: DVD 0256

 

Triangle: The Fire that Changed America

Author: Von Drehle, Dave

Location: Third Floor Stacks

Call Number: 974.71 7821V9464

 

Poverty, Ethnicity and the American City 1840-1925

Author: Ward, David

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 362.5 W257p

 

Triangle Fire (DVD recording from television show American Experience)

Director: Wignot, Jamila

Location: Circulation Desk

Call Number: DVD 1263

 

A Covenant with Color: Race and Social Power in Brooklyn, 1639-1990

Author: Wilder, Craig Steven

Location: Basement Level Stacks

Call Number: 305.8 W6731c

 

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