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Recent Titles in Debating Historical Issues in the Media of the Time.
Chronology of Events.
1: Introduction: The Progressive Era and Newspapers.
2: The Census of 1890 Measures American Life and Defines Some of Its Problems.
3: The Death of Sitting Bull and the Battle of Wounded Knee, December 1890.
4: Nativist Fears Limit Chinese Immigration, May 1892.
5: The Homestead Strike Pits Labor against Management, 1892.
6: Lynch Law Terrorizes Blacks in the South.
7: Coxey’s Army Marches on Washington, 1894.
8: The Sinking of the Maine, February 15, 1898.
9: The Treaty of Paris Launches America as an Imperialist Power, December 10, 1898.
10: The Turn of the Century Brings Hopes and Fears.
11: President William McKinley Is Assassinated, September 6, 1901.
12: America Backs the Panamanian Revolution, November 1903.
13: The Socialist Party Challenges the Status Quo, 1904.
14: The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, March 25, 1911.
15: The Titanic Disaster, April 14, 1912.
16: Women Demand the Right to Vote, 1911–1912.
17: Congress Adopts the Federal Income Tax, February 1913.
18: The Prohibition Movement Gains in the States and Congress, 1900–1913.
19: Women March for Suffrage in Washington, March 1913.
20: The Seventeenth Amendment Reforms the Senate, May 1913.
21: The Ludlow Mine Massacre, April 1914.
Newspapers Cited—Publication Information, Circulation Figures and Political Affiliations.
About the Author.