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Published on January 17, 2008

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Era 7: 1890-1930:  Era 7: 1890-1930 The Emergence of Modern America Immigrants come to America:  Immigrants come to America Swiss Immigrants in Tennessee:  Swiss Immigrants in Tennessee Slide4:  Battles over Currency: Gold versus Silver Many believed that Americans, represented by this cyclist, would be endangered if they were to adopt silver as well as gold for the nation’s currency standard. The Spanish-American War:  The Spanish-American War This soldier, Claude F. Myers, from McMinnville, TN, was a member of the First Tennessee Infantry, Company G Tennessee muster rolls indicate that he was “honest and faithful” during his service Slide6:  Many Americans had more and more leisure time and money beginning in the late nineteenth century to pursue sports and recreational activities; these Nashville men were part of an athletic club formed in 1895. Sports in America Slide7:  Women were also given more opportunities for recreation beginning in the late nineteenth century; this flyer advertises “chaste entertainment” where revelers could “Come, Laugh, and Grow Fat.” The event advertised here was a benefit for an unknown Female Academy, probably in Tennessee in the late 1800s. Entertainment for Women Slide8:  Moralistic, patriotic, and educational activities for children at the turn of the century The May Hosiery Mill:  The May Hosiery Mill Founded in 1908, this mill was established by a Jewish immigrant, Jacob May, who came to Nashville in 1879. This picture probably dates from the twentieth century Industrial growth characterized the late nineteenth century in America “Boys, decide between us and booze”:  “Boys, decide between us and booze” New Forms of Transportation:  New Forms of Transportation Slide12:  The Modern Marvel of Recorded Sound Popular American Sheet Music:  Popular American Sheet Music “We’re coming over….”:  “We’re coming over….” This song, published in 1917, was a popular World War I patriotic tune Inductees into the Great War :  Inductees into the Great War A Liberty Loan Primer from 1918:  A Liberty Loan Primer from 1918 This primer includes the lyrics, This is Unc-le Sam What Is He Do-ing? He Is Fight-ing The Ger-man Beast. Is He Fight-ing The Ger-man Beast For Fun? Hard-ly, He Is Fight-ing The Ger-man Beast To Keep The Ger-man Beast From Kil-ling Am-er-i-can Wo-men and Child-ren. World War I Gold Star Records:  World War I Gold Star Records The Gold Star Records provide information on Tennessee soldiers who died in World War I The Gold Star was awarded to soldiers who lost their lives during the War John Robert Tune from Obion County, at right, died of wounds received in action on October 9, 1918, in the Meuse-Argonne region of France A World War I casualty: Lost at Sea:  A World War I casualty: Lost at Sea Killed in Action:  Killed in Action Vaughn’s occupation in Overton County was listed as farming and public works Vaughn was interred in a British Military Cemetery in St. Souplet, France The Boys Come Home:  The Boys Come Home The Women’s Suffrage Movement: Political Cartoons:  The Women’s Suffrage Movement: Political Cartoons Suffrage refers to the right to vote in a political election; before the Nineteenth Amendment was passed in 1920, American women were not allowed to vote. The Anti-Suffragists in Tennessee:  The Anti-Suffragists in Tennessee The Anti-Suffragists Convene in Nashville:  The Anti-Suffragists Convene in Nashville Anti-suffragists feared that giving the vote to women would spark disagreements between the races (namely, blacks and whites) as well as between men and women. The suffragist cause was often associated with the North. Anti-suffragists also feared that giving the vote to women would alter the Southern way of life. Popular Photography of Children: “The Fresh Flowers of Our Hearths and Homes”:  Popular Photography of Children: “The Fresh Flowers of Our Hearths and Homes” Rural poverty before the Great Depression:  Rural poverty before the Great Depression Even before the Great Depression struck America, rural poverty was endemic, especially in the American South; a weak farming market after World War I crushed the livelihood of thousands, forcing many to leave and search for jobs in Northern cities.

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