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Image from page 167 of "History of the United States from the earliest discovery of America to the end of 1902" (1903)

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説明Identifier: cu31924088421528Title: History of the United States from the earliest discovery of America to the end of 1902Year: 1903 (1900s)Authors: Andrews, Elisha Benjamin, 1844-1917Subjects: Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's sonsContributing Library: Cornell University LibraryDigitizing Sponsor: MSNView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:. CHAPTER IX. NEWEST DIXIE The reader of this history is alreadyaware how forces and events after the CivilWar gradually evolved a New South, unlikethe contemporary North, and differing stillmore, if possible, from ante-bellum Dixie.By 1900 this interesting situation had be-come quite pronounced. The picture heregiven is but an enlargement of that pre-sented earlier—few features new, but manyof them more salient, and the whole effectmore impressive. Harmony and good feeling between thecapital sections of our country continued tomanifest itself in striking ways, as by thededication of a Confederate monument atChicago, the gathering of the Grand Armyof the Republic at Louisville, Ky., and thecordial fraternizing of Gray and Blue at 154 EXPANSION [1895 the consecration of the Chickamauga-Chat-tanooga Military Park, on the spot wherehad occurred, perhaps, the fiercest fightingwhich ever shook United States ground. The Atlanta Exposition, opening onSeptember 18, 1895, epitomized the New-Text Appearing After Image:The Chickamauga National Military Park. Group of monuments on knollsoutfiwest of Snodgrass Hill. est South. The touch of an electric buttonby President Clevelands little daughter,Marian, at his home on Buzzards Bay,Mass., opened the gates and set the ma-chinery awhirl. Atlanta was a city of but100,000, hardly more than 60,000 of them 1897] NEWEST DIXIE 155 whites, yet her Fair not only excelled theAtlanta Exposition of 1881, that at Louis-ville in 1883, and the New Orleans WorldsIndustrial and Cotton Centennial Exposi-tion of 1884-5, ^11 which were highly success-ful, but in many features outdid even theCentennial at Philadelphia. The Tennes-see Centennial and International Exposi-tion at Nashville, in 1897, was anotherrevelation. Its total expenditures, fullycovered by receipts, were $1,087,227.85;its total admissions 1,886,714. On J. W.Thomas Day the attendance was within afew of 100,000. The exhibits were ample,and many of them strikingly unique. Few,even at the South, believed thaNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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