Guadalupe in New York: devotion and the struggle for citizenship rights among Mexican immigrants. Alyshia Gálvez. New York University Press, c2010.
On citizenship, membership, and the right to have rights — Los Comit's Guadalupanos and Asociación Tepeyac: their formation and context — Our Lady of Guadalupe: the image and its circulation — El viacrucis del inmigrante and other public processions — La antorcha Guadalupana/the Guadalupan torch run: messengers for a people divided by the border — Conclusion: Citizenship for immigrants — Appendix: A note on methodology and the use of pseudonyms.
Subject: Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint — Devotion to — New York — New York. Mexican Americans — New York — New York — Religion. Guadalupe, Our Lady of. Citizenship — United States. Civil rights — United States. Emigration and immigration — Religious aspects — Christianity. United States — Emigration and immigration. BR563.M49 G35 2010
Hispanic reflections on the American landscape: identifying and interpreting Hispanic heritage = Reflejos hispanos en el paisaje americano: identificación e interpretación de la herencia hispana. Brian D. Joyner. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 2009.
Issued tête-bêche, each part with separate t.p. One side of book is the 99 page text in English, the other side is the 113 page text in Spanish.
Subject: Historic sites — United States. Hispanic Americans. United States — Civilization — Hispanic influences. E184.S75 J69 2009
Minority victory: gilded age politics and the front porch campaign of 1888. Charles W. Calhoun. University Press of Kansas, c2008.
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0903/2008022801.html
Subject: Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901. Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908. Presidents — United States — Election — 1888. Political campaigns — United States — History — 19th century. Rhetoric — Political aspects — United States — History — 19th century. Tariff — United States — History — 19th century. Protectionism — United States — History — 19th century. United States — Politics and government — 1885-1889. United States — Commercial policy — History — 19th century. E700 .C35 2008
The nature of New York: an environmental history of the Empire State. David Stradling. Cornell University Press, 2010.
This comes of settling a country: European colonization and the market's arrival — This wilderness becomes a fertile plain: engineering the Empire State — We are still in Eden: romanticism, tourism, and the power of culture — Tainted and unwholesome atmospheres: urban environments, government, and reform — A sound conservation program: Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and the power of individuals — Tracing man's progress in making the planet uninhabitable: environmental interest groups and postwar threats — We live in this filth: the urban crisis, environmental justice, and threats from beyond — Epilogue: finding places in history.
Subject: Human ecology — New York (State) — History. Environmentalism — New York (State) — History. New York (State) — Environmental conditions. GF504.N7 S77 2010
Eating, drinking, and visiting in the South: an informal history. Joe Gray Taylor; with a new introduction by John Egerton. Louisiana State University Press, 2008
Subject: Food habits — Southern States — History. Drinking customs — Southern States — History. Dinners and dining — Southern States — History. Southern States — Social life and customs. GT2853.U5 T39 2008
Corporate wasteland: the landscape and memory of deindustrialization. Steven High & David W. Lewis. IRL Press, 2007.
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0724/2007031120.html
Subject: Deindustrialization — United States. Deindustrialization — Canada. Plant shutdowns — United States. Plant shutdowns — Canada. Industrial sites — United States. Industrial sites — Canada. Industrial buildings — United States. Industrial buildings — Canada. HD5708.55.U6 H54 2007
At the altar of the bottom line: the degradation of work in the 21st century. Tom Juravich. University of Massachusetts Press, c2009.
Stressed: customer service representatives at Verizon — Exploited: cutting fish in New Bedford — Exhausted: nursing at Boston Medical — Abandoned: the closing of Jones Beloit.
Subject: Labor — Social aspects — United States. Working class — United States. Quality of work life — United States. Work environment — United States. Industrial sociology — United States. HD8072.5 .J87 2009
Imaginary lines: border enforcement and the origins of undocumented immigration, 1882-1930. Patrick Ettinger. University of Texas Press, 2009.
The menaces without: immigrant aliens and the origins of immigration restrictions — Diverted streams: discovering a permeable border, 1882-1891 — Drawing the lines: blueprints for immigration enforcement on the borders, 1891-1910 — Erasing the lines: immigrant ingenuity on the U.S.-Mexico border, 1895-1910 — Northward bound: Mexican immigrants, migrants, and refugees at the border, 1900-1921 — The sisyphean task: origins of the modern border — An imaginary line: change and continuity on the U.S.-Mexico border. Subject: Immigration enforcement — United States — History — 19th century. Illegal aliens — United States — History — 19th century. Illegal aliens — Government policy — United States. United States — Emigration and immigration — History — 19th century. United States — Emigration and immigration — Government policy. Mexico — Emigration and immigration — History — 19th century. Mexican-American Border Region — Emigration and immigration — History — 19th century. JV6453 .E88 2009
Artifice and design: art and technology in human experience. Barry Allen. Cornell University Press, 2008.
Introduction: Art and technology in human experience — The human — The technical — The aesthetic — Technology — Art.
Subject: Art and technology — Philosophy. Technology — Aesthetics. Technology — Philosophy. Art — Philosophy. Bridges — Design and construction. N72.T4 A46 2008
Baltimore's alley houses: homes for working people since the 1780s. Mary Ellen Hayward. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.
Publisher description http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0829/2007050037-d.html Antebellum free blacks — The Irish — German Baltimore — The Bohemians — African-American neighborhoods of 1880s Baltimore — The reformers.
Subject: Row houses — Maryland — Baltimore. Architecture, Domestic — Maryland — Baltimore. Working class — Dwellings — Maryland — Baltimore. Alleys — Maryland — Baltimore. Baltimore (Md.) — Buildings, structures, etc. NA7238.B3 H39 2008
Engineering play: a cultural history of children's software. Mizuko Ito. MIT Press, c2009.
Academics — Entertainment — Construction — Conclusion.
Subject: Children's software — Development — History — United States. Computer-assisted instruction — United States. Computers and children — United States. Entertainment computing — United States. QA76.76.C54 I86 2009
The alchemy of air: a Jewish genius, a doomed tycoon, and the scientific discovery that fed the world but fueled the rise of Hitler. Thomas Hager. Harmony Books, c2008.
Subject: Haber, Fritz, 1868-1934. Bosch, Carl, 1874-1940. Chemists — Germany — Biography. Nitrogen fertilizers — History — 20th century. Technological innovations — History — 20th century. QD21 .H26 2008
Death in a small package: a short history of anthrax. Susan D. Jones. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.
Infectivity and fear: charbon and the cursed fields — Availability: understanding the germ of anthrax — Transmission: anthrax enters the factory — Casualty effectiveness: war and anthrax — Resistance: anthrax, the modern laboratory, and the environment — Detection and verification: the weapon and the disease — Epilogue stories about anthrax.
Subject: Anthrax — History. Biological weapons — History. QR201.A6 J66 2010
Ditch of dreams: the Cross Florida Barge Canal and the struggle for Florida's future. Steven Noll and David Tegeder; foreword by Raymond Arsenault and Gary R. Mormino. University Press of Florida, c2009.
Subject: Carr, Marjorie Harris. Canals — Florida — Design and construction — History. Environmentalism — Florida — History. Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway (Fla.) — History. Florida — Economic conditions. Oklawaha River (Fla.) — Environmental conditions. Florida — Environmental conditions. Florida — Politics and government — 1865-1950. Florida — Politics and government — 1951. TC624.F6 N65 2009