American Decades Primary Sources: 1910-1919


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The United States in the 1910s grappled with war "over there," women's suffrage, and the Great Migration of African Americans. The first world war, called "the war to end all wars," ushered the United States onto the international stage and made the country a reluctant leader. Domestically, African Americans left the strongly segregated and racially divided South in search of more opportunities in the North, though not necessarily more acceptance. While industry was booming in the North, working conditions were unregulated ...

American Decades Primary Sources: 1910-1919 2003, Gale, Detroit, MI

ISBN-13: 9780787665890