Thirties In America, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1587657295
  • ISBN-13: 9781587657290
  • DDC: 973.917
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1194 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released May 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Overview

Provides comprehensive coverage of the years 1930-1939 in the United States and Canada, paying special attention to the impact of the Great Depression on North America in particular and the world in general.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Publisher's Note.
Contributors.
Complete List of Contents.
1: Academy Awards.
2: Adams, Ansel.
3: Addams, Jane.
4: Adler Planetarium.
5: Adventures of Robin Hood, The.
6: Advertising in Canada.
7: Advertising in the United States.
8: African Americans.
9: Agricultural Adjustment Acts.
10: Agriculture in Canada.
11: Agriculture in the United States.
12: Aid to Dependent Children.
13: Air mail route scandal.
14: Air pollution.
15: Airships.
16: Akron disaster.
17: Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.
18: Alcoholics Anonymous.
19: All Quiet on the Western Front.
20: American Federation of Labor.
21: American Gothic.
22: American Liberty League.
23: Amos ‘n’ Andy.
24: Anderson, Marian.
25: Anti-Racketeering Act of 1934.
26: Anti-Semitism.
27: Apple Mary.
28: Archaeology.
29: Archambault Report.
30: Architecture.
31: Armstrong, Edwin H..
32: Armstrong, Louis.
33: Art movements.
34: Asia.
35: Asian Americans.
36: Astaire, Fred.
37: Astor, Mary.
38: Astronomy.
39: Atherton Report.
40: Auto racing.
41: Automobiles and auto manufacturing.
42: Aviation and aeronautics.
43: Awake and Sing!.
44: Bank holiday.
45: Bank of United States failure.
46: Banking.
47: Banking Act of 1935.
48: Barker Gang.
49: Barrow, Clyde, and Bonnie Parker.
50: Baseball.
51: Basie, Count.
52: Basketball.
53: Bathysphere.
54: Beard, Charles A..
55: Beatty, Clyde.
56: Bennett, Richard Bedford.
57: Benny, Jack.
58: Benton, Thomas Hart.
59: Berkeley, Busby.
60: Bethune, Mary McLeod.
61: Bingo.
62: Birth control.
63: Black, Hugo L..
64: Black Empire.
65: Black hole theory.
66: Black Monday.
67: Black no More.
68: Blondie comic strip.
69: Blondie films.
70: Blood banks.
71: Bonus Army March.
72: Book publishing.
73: Boulder Dam.
74: Boxing.
75: Braddock, James J..
76: Brains Trust.
77: Brandeis, Louis D..
78: Breadlines and soup kitchens.
79: Breedlove v. Suttles.
80: Bringing Up Baby.
81: Broadway musicals.
82: Brown v. Mississippi.
83: Brownlee, John Edward.
84: Buck, Pearl S..
85: Budge, Don.
86: Business and the economy in Canada.
87: Business and the economy in the United States.
88: Butler, Smedley.
89: Byrd, Richard.
90: Cagney, James.
91: Calder, Alexander.
92: Caldwell, Erskine.
93: Canada, U.S. investments in.
94: Canada and Great Britain.
95: Canadian minority communities.
96: Canadian regionalism.
97: Cancer.
98: Capone, Al.
99: Capra, Frank.
100: Car radios.
101: Carter family.
102: Carter v. Carter Coal Co..
103: Chaplin, Charles.
104: Charlie Chan films.
105: Chemistry.
106: Chicago World's Fair.
107: Children's Hour, The.
108: Christie Pits riot.
109: Chrysler Building.
110: City Lights.
111: Civil rights and liberties in Canada.
112: Civil rights and liberties in the United States.
113: Civilian Conservation Corps.
114: Cleveland “torso” murders.
115: Cohan, George M..
116: Coinage.
117: Collier, John.
118: Comic strips.
119: Commodity Credit Corporation.
120: Communism.
121: Congress, U.S..
122: Congress of Industrial Organizations.
123: Consumers Union of the United States.
124: Contract bridge.
125: Corrigan's wrong-way flight.
126: Coughlin, Charles E..
127: Crane, Hart.
128: Crater disappearance.
129: Credit and debt.
130: Crimes and scandals.
131: Curry, John Steuart.
132: Curtis, Charles.
133: Cyclotron.
134: Dance.
135: Davis, Bette.
136: Day, Dorothy.
137: Day of the Locust, The.
138: DC-3.
139: Dean, Dizzy.
140: De Jonge v. Oregon.
141: Demographics of Canada.
142: Demographics of the United States.
143: Design for Living.
144: Destry Rides Again.
145: Dewey, John.
146: Diary of a Country Priest, The.
147: Dick Tracy.
148: Dillinger, John.
149: Dionne quintuplets.
150: Dorsey, Tommy.
151: Dracula.
152: Drive-in theaters.
153: Dubinsky, David.
154: Du Bois, W. E. B..
155: Dust Bowl.
156: Dutch elm disease.
157: Earhart, Amelia.
158: Ecstasy.
159: Eduction.
160: Einstein, Albert.
161: Elections, Canadian.
162: Elections of 1930, 1934, and 1938, U.S..
163: Elections of 1932, U.S..
164: Elections of 1936, U.S..
165: Electric razors.
166: Electron microscope.
167: Elixir sulfanilamide scandal.
168: Ellington, Duke.
169: Empire State Building.
170: Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins.
171: Europe.
172: Evian Conference.
173: Export-Import Bank of the United States.
174: Fads.
175: Fallingwater house.
176: Fallingwater house.
177: Farmer-Labor Party of Minnesota.
178: Farmers' organizations.
179: Farnsworth, Philo T..
180: Fascism in Canada.
181: Fascism in the United States.
182: Fashions and clothing.
183: Father Divine.
184: Faulkner, William.
185: Federal Communications Commission.
186: Federal Emergency Relief Administration.
187: Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938.
188: Federal Housing Administration.
189: Federal National Mortgage Association.
190: Federal Power Commission.
191: Federal Reserve Board.
192: Federal Theatre Project.