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Introduction
Part 1
Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1877-1919
Technology
The Economy
Urbanization
Immigration and Ethnicity
Women and Gender Relations
Labor
African-Americans
American Indians
Politics
Government
Foreign and International Relations I
Foreign and International Relations II
Leisure and Popular Culture
Art and Architecture
Music
Literature
Children and Youth
Religion
Part 2
Abbott, Edith and Grace
Adams, Brooks
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr.
Adams, Henry
Adamson Eight-Hour Act
Addams, Jane
Adler, Felix
African-American National League 
Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey
Aldrick-Vreeland Currency Act of 1908
Alger, Horatio
Alien Land Law
Alliance Movement
Allison, William B.
Altgeld, John Peter
American Association For Labor Legislation
American Association Of University Professors
American Association Of University Women
American Civil Liberties Union
American Federation Of Labor 
American Forestry Association
American Free Trade League
American Magazine, The
American Protective Association
American Red Cross
American Social Science Association
American Society For Municipal Improvements
American Society Of Equity
Americanization
Amusement Parks
Anarchists
Anderson, Sherwood
Angell, George
Animal Protection
Anthony, Susan B.
Anthracite Coal Strike of 1902
Anti-Catholicism
Anti-Imperialist League
Anti-Monopoly parties
Anti-Saloon League
Anti-Semitism
Anti-Smoking Movement
Antitrust Legislation
Anti-Unionism
Anti-Vice Crusades
Arena, The
Armory Show
Armour, Philip D.
Arthur, Chester A.
Arts and Crafts Movement
Asian Americans
Atlanta Compromise
Atlantic Monthly, The
Australian Ballot
Automobile
Aviation
Azusa Street Revival (1906-1909)
Back to Africa Movement
Back to the Farm Movement
Bailey, Liberty Hyde
Bailey, Liberty Hyde
Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Company (1922)
Baker, Newton D.
Baker, Ray Stannard
Balch, Emily Green
Ballinger-Pinchot Controversy
Baruch, Bernard Mannes
Baseball 
Basketball
Baum, L. Frank
Beard, Charles Austin
Beaux, Cecilia
Bell, Alexander Graham
Bellamy, Edward
Bellows, George
Berger, Victor and Meta
Bergh, Henry
Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah
Bierce, Ambrose
Bierstadt, Albert 
Birth Of A Nation (1915)
Black Elk
"Black Sox" Scandal
Blaine, James G.
Blanc, Marie-Therese "Bentzon"
Bland-Allison Act
Blatch, Harriot Stanton
Bliss, W.D.P.
Bly, Nellie
Boas, Franz
Bok, Edward William
Bonnin, Gertrude
Borah, William E.
Boston Police Strike
Bourbons
Bourne, Randolph
Boxer Rebellion
Boy Scouts of America
Brackett Reed, Thomas
Brady, "Diamond Jim"
Brandeis, Louis Dembitz
Breckenridge, Madeline McDowell
Breckenridge, Sophonisba
Brisbane, Arthur
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooks, Van Wyck
Brown, Olympia
Brownsville Affair
Brushaber v. Union Pacific Railroad Co. (1916)
Bryan, William Jennings
Bryce, James
Buffalo Soldiers
Bunting v. Oregon (1917)
Burbank, Luther
Bureau of Corporations, United States
Bureau of Municipal Research
Burleson, Albert Sidney
Burnham, Daniel Hudson
Burns, Lucy
Butler, Nicholas Murray
Cable, George Washington
Cahan, Abraham
Camp, Walter
Canadian Reciprocity
Cannon, Joseph Gurney
Carnegie, Andrew
Carver, George Washington
Cassatt, Mary
Cather, Willa S.
Catt, Carrie Clinton Lane Chapman
Cattell, James McKean
Century Magazine, The
Chain Stores
Chandler, William E.
Chaplin, Charlie
Charity Organization Societies
Chase, William Merrit
Chautauqua
Chicago School of Sociology
Child Labor Legislation
Children's Bureau, United States
Child-Saving
Childs, Richard S.
Chinese Exclusion Act
Churchill, Winston
Circuses
City Beautiful
City Manager 
City Planning
Civil Rights Cases
Civil Service Reform
Clark, James Beauchamp "Champ"
Clark, John Bates
Clay, Laura
Clemens, Samuel L. (Mark Twain)
Cleveland, Grover
Coal Mining Safety Legislation
Cobb, Tyrus R. "Ty"
Cochise
Cody, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill"
Colby, Clara Bewick
Collective Bargaining
Collier's Magazine
Colored Farmers Alliance
Columbian Exposition 
Commission Forms of Municipal Government
Commission on Country Life
Commission on Industrial Relations
Commission on Interracial Cooperation
Committee on Public Information
Commons, John R.
Compromise of 1877
Comstock, Anthony
Confederate Patriotic Societies
Conkling, Roscoe
Conscientious Objectors
Conservation
Constitutional Amendments
Contract Labor 
Convict Lease System
Cooke, Jay
Cooley, Charles Horton
Cooling-Off Treaties
Cooper, Peter
Cooperative Movement
Corbett, James ("Gentleman Jim")
Corliss Engine
Corporation Excise Tax Act
Corrupt Practices Laws
Cosmopolitan Magazine
Cotton Futures Act
Council of National Defense
Country Life Movement
Cox, James Middleton
Coxey, Jacob S.
Crane, Carolyn Bartlett
Crane, Stephen
Crazy Horse
Creel, George
Cripple Creek Strike
Crisis, The
Croker, Richard
Croly, Herbert
Cummins, Albert Baird
Curtis Act
Dana, Charles
Daniels, Josephus
Darrow, Clarence S.
Darwinism
Davis, Richard Harding
Dawes, Henry Laurens
Dawes Severalty Act
DeBernardi, Giovanni Battista
Debs, Eugene V.
DeForest, Lee
De Leon, Daniel
Dell, Floyd
Department Stores
Departments of Commerce and Labor
Depression of the 1890s
Dewey, John
Dewey, Melvil
Dewitt, Benjamin Parke
Disfranchisement
Divorce
Dixon, Thomas
Dodd, William Edward
Dollar Diplomacy
Donnelly, Ignatius
Dorr, Rheta Childe
Douglass, Frederick
Dowie, John Alexander
Dreier, Mary Elizabeth
Dreiser, Theodore
Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt
Duke, James Buchanan
Dunbar, Paul Laurence
Dunne, Edward F.
Dunne, Finley Peter (Mr. Dooley)
Durant, William C.
Eakins, Thomas
Eastman, Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa)
Eastman, Crystal
Eastman, George
Eastman, Max
Eddy, Mary Baker
Edison, Thomas Alva
Education
Efficiency
Eight Hour Day
Einstein, Albert
Election of 1876 
Election of 1880
Election of 1884
Election of 1888
Election of 1892
Election of 1896
Election of 1900
Election of 1904
Election of 1908
Election of 1912
Election of 1916
Election of 1920
Elections, At-Large
Elections, Nonpartisan
Elections, Primary
Eliot, Charles, W.
Elkins Act
Ely, Richard T.
Espionage (Sedition) Act (1917)
Eugenics
Everybody's Magazine
Fairbanks, Charles W.
Fairbanks, Douglas, Sr.
Farmers' Union
Federal Aid Road Act of 1916
Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America
Federal Elections (Force) Bills
Federal Farm Loan Act (1916)
Federal Reserve Act (1913)
Federal Trade Commission
Field, Marshall
Field, Stephen J.
Filene, Edward Albert
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield 
Fisher, Irving
Flagler, Henry
Flint v. Stone Tracy Co. (1911)
Flower, Benjamin O.
Folk, Joseph Wingate
Food Administration, United States
Football 
Ford, Henry
Ford, Henry Jones
Forest Service, United States
Fortune, T. Thomas
Forum, The
Foundations
Frank, Leo Max
Freud, Sigmund
Freund, Ernst
Frick, Henry Clay
Frost, Robert 
Fuel Administration, United States
Fundamentalism
Gale, Zona
Galveston Hurricane
Garden City Movement
Garfield, James A.
Garfield, James R.
Garland, Hamlin
Garner, John Nance
Garvey, Marcus
Gary, Elbert Henry
Gary Plan
Gaston, Lucy
General Federation of Women's Clubs
General Slocum
Gentlemen's Agreement
George, Henry
Geronimo
Gerry, Eldridge T.
Ghost Dance
Gibbons, James
Gibbs, Josiah Willard
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
Gilman, Daniel Coit
Girl Guides Movement
Girl Scouts of America
Gladden, Washington
Glass, Carter
Godkin, Edwin L.
Goldman, Emma
Goldmark, Josephine Clara
Gompers, Samuel
Gompers v. Buck's Stove and Range Co. (1911)
Good Roads Movement
Goodnow, Frank Johnson
Gorgas, William 
Gospel of Wealth
Gould, Jay
Grand Army of the Republic
Granger Laws
Grant, Madison
Great Strike of 1877
Greenback Party
Griffith, D. W.
Guggenheim, Daniel
Haley, Margaret
Hall, G. Stanley
Hall, Prescott Farnsworth
Hamilton, Alice
Hammer v. Dagenhart (1918)
Hancock, Winfield Scott
Handy, W.C.
Hanna, Marcus Alonzo
Hard, William
Harding, Warren Gamaliel
Harlan, John Marshall
Harmon, Judson
Harper, Ida A Husted
Harper, William Rainey
Harper's Weekly
Harriman, Edward Henry
Harriman, W. Averell
Harris, Joel Chandler
Harris, William Torrey
Harrison, Benjamin
Harrison, Carter Henry, Sr. and Carter Henry, Jr.
Harvey, George Brinton McClennan
Hawaii
Hay, John
Hayes, Rutherford B.
Haymarket Affair
Haywood, William Dudley ("Big Bill")
Health Insurance Legislation
Hearst, William Randolph
Hendrick, Burton Jesse
Henri, Robert
Hepburn Act
Herron, George D.
Hickock, James B.
Hill, James J.
Hillquit, Morris
Hine, Lewis
Hitchcock, Gilbert
Hoar, George Frisbie
Holden v. Hardy (1898)
Holmes, Oliver Wendell
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr.
Home Rule
Homer, Winslow
Homestead Strike
Homosexuality
Hoover, Herbert
Houdini, Harry
House, Edward Mandell
Housing Reform
Howe, Frederic C.
Howells, William Dean
Hughes, Charles Evans
Hull, Cordell
Hunt, Richard Morris
Hunter, Robert
Huntington, Henry E. 
Ickes, Harold LeClair
Immigrants' Protective League
Immigration Commission, United States
Immigration Restriction
Immigration Restriction League
Imperialism
Income Tax, Federal
Independent, The
Indian Boarding Schools
Industrial Commission, United States
Industrial Democracy
Industrial Workers of the World
Influenza Pandemic of 1918
Ingersoll, Robert G.
Initiative
Institutional Economics
Insull, Samuel
Insurance Companies, Regulation of
International Council of Women of 1888
International Ladies' Garment Workers Union
Interstate Commerce Law
Interurban Railways
Ireland
Irrigation
Ives, Charles E.
Jackson, Helen Hunt
James, Henry
James, William
Jameson, John Franklin
Johnson, Arthur John "Jack"
Johnson, Hiram Warren
Johnson, Tom Lofton
Johnson, Walter
Johnstown Flood
Jones, Mary Harris "Mother"
Jones, Samuel M. "Golden Rule"
Joplin, Scott
Jordan, David Starr
Joseph, Chief 
Junior Republics
Juvenile Courts
Kallen, Horace Meyer
Keating-Owen Act
Keller, Helen
Keller v. United States (1909)
Kelley, Florence
Kelley, Oliver H.
Kellogg, Paul U.
Kellor, Frances
Kern McGillicuddy Act
Knapp, Seaman Ahasel
Knights of Labor
Knox, Philander C. 
Labor Legislation, State
Ladies' Home Journal, The
LaFlesche, Francis
La Follette, Belle Case
La Follette, Robert, Sr.
La Follette's Seamen's Act
La Follette's Magazine
Landis, Kenesaw Mountain
Lathrop, Julia Clifford
Lauck, William Jett
Lawrence Textile Strike
Lawson, Thomas W.
Lazarus, Emma
League of Nations
Lease, Mary Elizabeth
Legislative Reference Library (Bureau)
Lenin, Vladimir I.
Lenroot, Irvine L.
Lewis, Sinclair
Lewis, William Henry
Liberty Loans
Lincoln County Wars
Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League
Lindbergh, Charles
Lindsey, Benjamin Barr
Lippman, Walter
Little Bighorn, Battle of
Lloyd, Henry Demarest
Lochner v. New York (1905)
Lodge, Henry Cabot
Loewe V. Lawlor (1908)
London, Jack
London, Meyer
Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock (1903)
Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904 (St. Louis World's Fair) 
Lovejoy, Owen R.
Low, Seth
Lowden, Frank Orren
Lowell, Abbott Lawrence
Lowell, James Russell
Ludlow Massacre (1914)
Lusk Committee
Lynching
Macfadden, Bernarr
Macune, Charles W.
Mahan, Alfred Thayer
Mail-order catalogues
Maine
Mann Act
Mann-Elkins Act
Markham, Edwin
Marshall, Thomas R.
Masses, The
Masters, Edgar Lee
Mayo, Charles H. and William
McAdoo, William Gibbs
McCarthy, Charles
McClatchy, C.K.
McClure, Samuel Sidney
McCormick, Cyrus Hall
McDowell, Mary Eliza
McGovern, Francis E.
McKelway, Alexander J.
McKinley, William
McReynolds, James Clark
Mead, George Herbert
Meat Inspection Act
Mellon, Andrew
Mental Hygiene
Michelson, Albert Abraham
Military Reform
Minnesota Rate Case (1913)
Mitchell, John
Mobile Pledge
Modernism
Molly Maguires
Moody, Dwight L.
Morgan, John Pierpont
Moskowitz, Henry and Belle 
Most, Johann
Mothers' Pension Acts
Motion Pictures
Muckraking
Mugwumps
Muir, John
Muller v. Oregon (1908)
Municipal Bath Movement
Municipal Housekeeping
Municipal Ownership of Utilities
Munsey, Frank A.
Murphy, Charles Francis
Murphy, Edgar Gardner
Museums and Historic Sites
Nast, Thomas
Nation, The
National Afro-American League
National American Woman Suffrage Association
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 
National Association of Manufacturers
National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage
National Board of Farm Organizations
National Catholic Welfare Council
National Child Labor Committee
National Citizens League
National Civic Federation 
National Conference on Charities and Corrections
National Consumers League
National Education Association
National Housing Association
National Industrial Conference Board
National Labor Union
National Monetary Commission
National Municipal League
National Negro Business League
National Park Service, United States
National Progressive Republican League
National Security League
National Tax Association
National Woman's Party 
National Women's Trade Union League
Naturalism
Nearing, Scott
Neighborhood Idea
Neutrality
New Freedom
New Nationalism 
New Republic, The
New South
New York State Factory Investigation Commission
Newell, Frederick Haynes
Newlands, Francis G.
Newspapers, Mass Circulation
Nonpartisan League
Norris, Frank
Norris, George William
North American Civic League for Immigrants
North American Review
Northern Securities Co. v. United States (1904)
Norton, Charles Eliot
Ochs, Adolph
O'Hare, Kate Richards
O'Keeffe, Georgia
Olmstead, Frederick Law, Jr.
Olmstead, Frederick Law, Sr.
Olney, Richard
Open Door Policy
O'Reilly, Lenora
Oshkosh, Reginald
Ostrogorski, Mosei Yakovevich
O'Sullivan, Mary Kenney
Ouimet, Francis
Outlook, The
Ovington, Mary White
Page Act
Page, Thomas Nelson
Page, Walter Hines
Palmer, Alexander Mitchell
Pan-American Exposition
Panama Canal
Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915
Panic of 1907
Park, Maud Wood
Parker, Alton Brooks
Parker, Quanah
Paterson Textile Strike
Patrons of Husbandry (Grange)
Patten, Simon N.
Paul, Alice
Peace Movement
Peirce, Charles S.
Penal Reform
Penrose, Boies
Pentecostalism
People's Party (Populists)
Perkins, Frances
Perkins, George W.
Pershing, John Joseph
Phelan, James Duval
Phillips, David Graham
Phillips, U.B.
Pickford, Mary
Pinchot, Amos R.E.
Pinchot, Gifford
Pingree, Hazen S.
Pittsburgh Survey
Platt Amendment
Platt, Thomas C.
Playground Association of America
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
Plumb Plan
Plunkitt, George W.
Poe, Clarence 
Poindexter, Miles
Police Reform
Political Cartoons
Political Machines
Pollock v. Farmer's Loan and Trust (1895)
Polygamy 
Pomerene, Atlee
Post, Louis Freeland
Postal Savings Banks
Pound, (Nathan) Roscoe
Powderly, Terrence
Powell, John Wesley
Pragmatism
Pratt, Richard Henry
Preparedness
Preservation Societies
Professional Associations
Progressive Party
Prohibition
Psychiatry
Public Health Movement
Public Libraries
Public Utility Regulation
Pujo Committee
Pulitzer, Joseph
Pullman, George 
Pure Food and Drug Laws
Quay, Matthew S.
Quintasket, Christine
Race Riots
Railroad Regulation, Federal
Randolph, A. Philip
Rankin, Jeannette
Rauschenbusch, Walter
Readjuster Movement
Realism 
Recall
Reclamation Act
Record, George L.
Red Scare
Redeemers 
Reed, James A.
Reed, John
Reed, Walter
Referendum
Remington, Frederic
Review of Reviews
Revivalism
Richards, Ellen Henrietta Swallow
Riis, Jacob August
Robber Barons
Robins, Raymond and Margaret Dreier
Robinson, Edwin Arlington
Robinson, James Harvey
Rockefeller, John Davidson
Roosevelt Corollary
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Theodore
Root, Elihu
Rosenwald, Julius
Ross, Edward A.
Royce, Josiah
Rural Free Delivery
Rural Post Road Act
Russell, Charles Edward
Russell, Lillian
Ryan, John A. (Rev.)
Sabath, Adolph Joseph
Sabbatarianism (Blue Laws)
Saint-Gaudens, Augustus
Salvation Army
San Francisco Earthquake
Sanger, Margaret 
Santayana, George
Sargent, John Singer
Schneiderman, Rose
Schofield, John M.
School And Society
Schurz, Carl
Schwab, Charles M.
Scientific Management
Scudder, Vida
Sears, Roebuck and Company
Seattle General Strike
Sedition Act
Segregation
Selective Service
Seligman, Edwin R. A.
Sewall, May Wright
Seymour, William Joseph
Sharecropping
Shaw, Albert
Shaw, Anna Howard
Sheldon, Charles
Sheppard-Towner Act
Sherman, John
Sherman Silver Purchase Act
Sherman, William T.
Shipping Act of 1916
Short Ballot
Sierra Club
Simkhovitch, Mary Melinda Kingsbury
Simons, Algie Martin and May Wood
Sinclair, Upton
Singer, Isaac Merritt
Single Tax
Sitting Bull
Sloan, John
Small, Albion W.
Smith, Alfred Emanuel
Smith, Hoke
Smith, J. Allen
Smith-Hughes Vocational Education Act of 1917
Smith-Lever Act
Smoot, Reed
Social Engineering
Social Gospel
Social Hygiene
Social Insurance
Social Settlements
Socialism
Socialist Labor Party
Socialist Party of America
Sociological Jurisprudence
Southern Sociological Congress
Spalding, Albert G.
Spanish-American War
Spargo, John
Spencer, Herbert
Spillman, William Jasper
Square Deal
Standard Oil 
Standing Bear, Luther
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady
Starr, Ellen Gates
Stead, William T.
Steel
Steel Strike of 1919
Steffens, Lincoln
Steichen, Edward
Stella, Joseph
Stieglitz, Alfred
Stimson, Henry Louis
Stokes, James Graham Phelps and Rose Pastor
Straight, Willard D.
Straus, Oscar S.
Street Railways (Trolleys)
Strong, Josiah
Sullivan, John L.
Sullivan, Louis H.
Sullivan, Mark
Sulzer, William
Sumner, William Graham
Sunday, Billy
Supreme Court, U.S.
Survey, The
Sweatshops
Swift and Co. v. United States (1905)
Swift, Gustavus Franklin
Taft, William Howard
Taggart, Thomas
Tammany Hall
Tanner, Henary Ossawa
Tarbell, Ida Minerva
Tariff Reform
Taussig, Frank William
Tax Reform, State
Taylor, Frederick W.
Telegraph
Telephone
Teller Amendment
Terman, Lewis
Terrell, Mary Church
Thomas, William Hannibal
Thorndike, Edward Lee
Thorpe, Jim (Bright Path)
Tiffany, Louis Comfort
Tillman, Benjamin R.
Titanic
Track and Field
Tramps
Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (Omaha, 1898)
Transportation Act, 1920
Treaty of Portsmouth
Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire
Trotter, William Monroe
Tumulty, Joseph P.
Turner, Frederick Jackson
Turner, Henry McNeal
Tuskegee Institute
Tweed, William "Boss"
Underwood, Oscar Wilder
Uneeda Biscuit Company
Unemployment
Union Labor Party
Unions, Trade and Labor
United Fruit Company
United Mine Workers of America
United States v. American Tobacco Co. (1911)
United States v. United States Steel Corporation (1920)
Urban League
U'Ren, William S.
Van Hise, Charles R.
Vanderbilt, Cornelius
Vardaman, James K.
Vaudeville
Veblen, Thorstein B.
Veiller, Lawrence Turner
Villard, Oswald Garrison
Wages and Hours Legislation
Wagner, Honus
Wagner, Robert F.
Walker, Madam C.J.
Walker, Francis A.
Walker, Moses Fleetwood
Wallace, Henry Cantwell
Walsh, David Ignatius
Walsh, Francis P.
Wanamaker, Charles Dudley
Wanamaker, John
War Industries Board, United States
War Labor Board, United States
Ward, Lester Frank
Warehouse Act
Warner, Dudley
Washington, Booker T.
Watson, Thomas Edward
Weaver, James B.
Webb-Kenyon Act (1913)
Webb-Pomerene Act (1918)
Weber, Adna Ferrin
Wells-Barnett, Ida
Wells, David A.
Westinghouse, George
Weyerhauser, Frederick
Weyl, Walter Edward
Wharton, Edith
Wheeler, Burton K.
Whistler, James M.
White, Caroline Earle
White, Edward D.
White, Sue Sheldon
White, William Allen
Whitlock, Brand
Whitman, Walt
Wiley, Harvey W.
Willard, Frances Elizabeth Caroline
Wilson v. New (1917)
Wilson, William Bauchop
Wilson, Woodrow
Wise, Stephen S. (Rabbi)
Wister, Owen
Woman Suffrage
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
Woman's Peace Party
Women in the Census
Women's Protective Legislation
Wood, Leonard
Woodcraft Indians
Woodruff, Clinton Rogers
Woods, Robert Archey
Woodson, Carter
Working Girls' Clubs
Workmen's Compensation
World War I
World's Work, The
Wounded Knee
Wright, Carroll Davidson
Wright, Frank Lloyd
Wright, Orville and Wilbur
Yellow-Dog Contract
Yellow Journalism
Yerkes, Charles Tyson
Young, Cy
Young Men's Christian Association
Zionism
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Chronology
Glossary 
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