The Other Missouri History: Populists, Prostitutes, and Regular Folk

The Other Missouri History: Populists, Prostitutes, and Regular Folk

By: Thomas M. Spencer (editor)Paperback

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About Author

Thomas M. Spencer is Assistant Professor of History at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville. He is the author of The St. Louis Veiled Prophet Celebration: Power on Parade, 1877-1995 (University of Missouri Press).

Contents

Editor's Introduction by Thomas M. Spencer; The Ractal Politics of Reconstruction in Ralls County, Missouri, 1865-1870 by Gregg Andrews; ""The Great Struggle against the Forces of Evil"": The Bald Knobbers, Anti-Bald Knobbers, Politics, and the Culture of Violence in the Ozarks, 1860-1890 by Thomas M. Spencer; ""None but Regular Men Need Apply"": Race, Citizenship, and the Origins of Organized Labor in Antebellum St. Louis by Daniel A. Graff; Postwar Urban Renewal in St. Louis: Race, Power, and the Building Industry by Deborah J. Henry; Comfortably Settled: The Failure of Alliance/Populism in Northern Missouri by Michael Steiner; Private Struggles and Public Action: Survival Strategies of Farm Laborers in the Missouri Bootheel, 1900-1958 by Bonnie Stepenoff; Doing Good and Doing Well: The Runcie Club of St. Joseph by Janice Brandon-Falcone; Mothers and Pations: Women, Identity, and Reform in Missouri's Lead Belt, 1900-1923 by Robert Faust; Fallen Women Prostitution and Reform in Kansas City, 1880-1930 by Amber Clifford

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780826215659
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9780826215659
  • ISBN10: 0826215653

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