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Teaching DBQ: The Industrial Era in America

DBQ: The Industrial Era in America

Citations: Document 1: Mente, Charles. The Mob Assailing the Pinkerton Men on Their Way to the Temporary Prison. 1892, Library of Congress. Document 2: Garland, Hamlin. “Homestead and its Perilous Trades—Impressions of a Visit.” McClure's Magazine. June 1894. Document 3: U.S. Census Bureau. “Historical Census Statistics on the Forgein-born Population of the United States: 1859 to 2000.” 2006. Document 4: Riis, Jacob. How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890. Document 5: Robinson, Harriet. Loom and Spindle. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell and Company, 1898. Document 6: Addams, Jane. Twenty Years at Hull-House with Auto

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