9780873957359-0873957350-High Hopes: The Rise and Decline of Buffalo, New York

High Hopes: The Rise and Decline of Buffalo, New York

ISBN-13: 9780873957359
ISBN-10: 0873957350
Edition: Reprint
Author: Goldman, Mark
Publication date: 1984
Publisher: SUNY Press
Format: Paperback 334 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780873957359
ISBN-10: 0873957350
Edition: Reprint
Author: Goldman, Mark
Publication date: 1984
Publisher: SUNY Press
Format: Paperback 334 pages

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Acknowledged authors Goldman, Mark wrote High Hopes: The Rise and Decline of Buffalo, New York comprising 334 pages back in 1984. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0873957350 and 9780873957359. Since then High Hopes: The Rise and Decline of Buffalo, New York textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 2.31 or rent at the marketplace.

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In 1901 Buffalo was the national symbol of the country’s optimism, pride, and braggadocio. Toward the close of the century, it epitomizes the sense of economic and demographic crisis prevalent in American industrial cities.

High Hopes analyzes and interprets the historical forces―external and internal― that have shaped New York’s second largest city. It examines the historical shifts that have served as a catalyst in Buffalo’s growth, charting the city’s evolution from a small frontier community through its development as a major commercial center and its emergence and eventual decline as a significant industrial metropolis. Mark Goldman looks at the detailed patterns of local daily life from the settlement of the village in the early nineteenth century to the tragedy of Love Canal. In the process, he covers a wide range of topics, including work, ethnicity, family and community life, class structure, and values and beliefs. By bringing to bear on the events and developments that have shaped Buffalo a broad range of subjects and ideas, Goldman helps readers to understand the vast array of complex forces at work in the historical development of all American cities.

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