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Plague of Strangers: Social Groups and the Origins of City Services in Cincinnati, 1819-1870 (Urban Life and Urban Landscape Series) ebook

by Alan I. Marcus


Plague of Strangers book. Alan Marcus's Plague of Strangers examines the origins and development of municipal services in mid-nineteenth century cities from a political, social, and public healthpoint of view.

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Urban life and urban landscape series. Description: (print) xxiii, 287 p. ; 23 cm. Contents: Foreword ix - Acknowledgments xv - Introduction xvii - 1. Serving the American Public 1 - 2. From Individual to Group 43 - 3. Fighting the Plague 90 - 4. Coming Apart 131 - 5. Medical Complications 165 - 6. Creating a New Agency: - The Department of Health 197 - Coda 227. - Notes 235 - Index 283.

53 Marcus,, Plague of Strangers, 36–42; on the new perception of long-existing social conditions see 80–6.

Plague of Strangers: Social Groups and the Origins of City Services in Cincinnati, 1819–1870 (Columbus, 1991), passim, esp. chs 2–3; quoted passages on 56. 41 Ibid. 53 Marcus,, Plague of Strangers, 36–42; on the new perception of long-existing social conditions see 80–6. ‘Back to the present: historians' treatment of the city as a social system during the reign of the idea of community’, in Miller, . and Gillette, H. Jr, (eds), American Urbanism (New York, 1987), 7–10. Appalachia on My Mind (Chapel Hill, 1978).

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Plague of Strangers: Social Groups and the Origins of City Services in Cincinnati, 1819-1870 (Urban Life and Urban Landscape Series) ebook
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