History

An (Abridged) History of Resisting Police Violence in Harlem

Catalog Number: 
zine, Kaba Mariame
Date: 
2012
Edition: 
Volume: 
3
Issue: 
Abstract: 
"This pamphlet illustrates how police violence in fact engendered resistance from Blacks in cities like Harlem. Harlem became the epicenter of black New York and perhaps even black America at the turn of the 20th century. In Harlem, tensions with the police were a permanent part of life. In 1943, a riot was triggered by a police officer's mistreatment of a young woman. In 1957, Malcolm X came to a national prominence following an incident of police brutality. In 1964, Harlem once again went up in flames after another incident of police mistreatment of local residents. This pamphlet will focus on these three episodes to provide some perspective about the history of police violence in New York City and particularly in Harlem in the mid-20th century. The topics are covered in an introductory manner and additional information is provided at the end for those who want to focus more in-depth." (Abstract taken from page 1).
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Date was estimated based on context
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Chicago: a Biography

Catalog Number: 
book,Pacyga
Date: 
2009
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
Abstract: 
"Chicago traces the city's storied past, from the explorations of Joliet and Marquette in 1673 to the new wave of urban pioneers today. The city's great industrialists, reformers, and politicians - and, indeed, the many not-so-great and downright notorious - animate this book, from Al Capone and Jane Addams to Mayor Richard J. Daley."--Inside jacket.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
1. Location, location, location. The French -- Point de Sable and the coming of the Americans -- The Yankees, the canal, and the railroads -- Ethnic diversity -- Lake Street that great street -- 2. Emporium of the West. Early industry -- Growth problems -- The threat of war -- The Civil War -- The wartime economy -- The industrial new age -- The new relationship between workers and owners -- 3. The era of urban chaos. A wooden immigrant city on the prairie -- The great Chicago fire -- The clash between labor and capital -- The capital of radicalism -- Haymarket -- The Loop: a dark vision of the future -- The levee -- 4. Reacting to chaos: Pullman, the west side, and the Loop. The west side: the communal response -- The elite response: George Pullman -- The middle-class reform response: Jane Addams -- The Loop: an architectural response -- The Columbian exposition -- Paradise lost: the Pullman strike -- 5. The progressive and not so progressive city. The continued clash of social classes -- Chicago's progressive politics -- The progressive accomplishment -- Green spaces for the poor and great plans -- The problem of housing the poor -- Big Bill Thompson and the end of progressivism -- 6. The immigrant capital and World War I. Immigrant city -- World War I -- Poison, hysteria, politics, and ethnic conflict -- World War I and the labor movement -- The great migration -- 1919: annus mirabilis -- 7. Twentieth-century metropolis. The attack on immigrants -- The bungalow and the new ethnic metropolis -- Black metropolis -- Popular culture -- The automobile -- Gangland -- 8. Years of crises: depression and war. Unemployment -- Anton Cermak and the birth of the democratic machine -- Kelly-Nash: a new democratic day -- The urge to organize: neighborhoods -- The urge to organize: labor -- World War II: emporium of the United Nations -- 9. Chicago after the war: changing times. The postwar Democrats -- The problem of race -- Englewood: Angeline Jackson's neighborhood -- Ted Swigon's back of the yards: a shifting landscape -- Reaction to change -- Arguing over urban renewal -- Violence: the murder of Alvin Palmer -- Postwar suburbs -- Deindustrialization: the stockyards -- 10. Daley's city. Building the modern city: public housing and expressways -- Daley's prime -- Black Chicago -- 1968: the whole world is watching -- 11. Apocalypse "now" or regeneration? The tragedy of Michael Bilandic -- Deindustrialization: phase two -- Seeds of a new Loop -- Jane Byrne and the politics of angst -- 1983: It's Harold! -- The second Daley -- Shifts in the economy and immigration -- Still the city of immigrants -- A city transformed? race and class in the global city -- Transforming Chicago and America.
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0226644316
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Item Donor: 
John Lavalie

Granta: The Magazine of New Writing, Issue 108

Images of America: Downers Grove Revisited

Location

60515 Downers Grove
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, Dunham, Montrew
Date: 
2003
Abstract: 
The local history of Downers Grove, IL, a suburb of Chicago.
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9780738531953
Website: 

Www.arcadiapublishing.com

Item Donor: 
Chicago Publishers Gallery

The Point, Issue Twelve

The Point, Issue Eleven

The Point, Issue Eight

Location

2 N La Salle St. #2300
60602 Chicago
United States
42° 58' 10.1532" N, 86° 31' 41.952" W
US
Catalog Number: 
Journal, The Point, Issue Eight
Date: 
Summer 2014
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
Eight
Abstract: 
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Chicago based journal published twice a year. Contains essays, literary reviews, and a symposium of photographs and essays investigating the intersections of art, science, and history
ISSN/ISBN: 
9780983913283
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Illinois: A Descriptive and Historical Guide

Catalog Number: 
Book, Hansen
Date: 
1974
Edition: 
Third
Volume: 
Issue: 
Abstract: 
This new, completely revised and updated edition of a major unit of the famous American Guide Series provides a comprehensive survey of the great industrial, economic, and social changes that are sweeping the Land of Lincoln, a state that cherishes the memorials of its past and lives by the technology of the nuclear age. Here are recorded how a great railroad empire the largest air center of the Mid-continent; how a state that leads in the production of soybeans built the world's tallest skyscraper. In Illinois democratic energy finds its most typically American expression. [from flap copy]
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English
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0803833814
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians

Location

1365 North Astor Street
60610 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Journal, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians
Date: 
2008
Edition: 
Volume: 
67
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
Language: 
English
Notes: 
ISSN/ISBN: 
00379808
Website: 

Geneva in Vintage Postcards

Location

3047 N Lincoln Ave # 410
Chicago
United States
41° 56' 14.9568" N, 87° 39' 54.864" W
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, John Laukaitis
Date: 
2004
Edition: 
First
Volume: 
Issue: 
Abstract: 
(Taken From Back Cover) Geneva in Vintage Postcards opens a window into the past, allowing us to experience what this community most wanted to present to others and what visitors most wanted to present to others and what visitors most wanted to share with their families and friends.
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
9780738533476
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