Philadelphia: A 300 Year History

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1982 - History - 842 pages
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Depicts the city's founding by William Penn, its short reign as national capital, its role in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, its industrial development, and its emergence as a modern city
 

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Contents

Village into Town 17011746 by Edwin B Bronner
33
Town into City 17461765 by Theodore Thayer
68
The Revolutionary City 17651783 by Harry M Tinkcom
109
The Federal City 17831800 by Richard G Miller
155
The Athens of America 18001825 by Edgar P Richardson
208
The Age of Nicholas Biddle 18251841
258
Industrial Development and Social Crisis 18411854
307
The Border City in Civil War 18541865
363
Progressivism 19051919 by Lloyd M Abernethy
524
The City Embraces Normalcy 19191929
566
Depression and War 19291946 by Margaret B Tinkcom
601
Rally and Relapse 19461968
649
The Bicentennial City 19681982 by Stephanie G Wolf
704
Epilogue by Edwin Wolf 2nd
735
Notes
753
Index
815

The Centennial City 18651876 by Dorothy Gondos Beers
417
The Iron Age 18761905
471
Authors and Contributors
841
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Russell F. Weigley is Professor of History at Temple University.

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