5 edition of Children of the tenements. found in the catalog.
Children of the tenements.
Jacob A. Riis
|LC Classifications||PZ3.R449 Ch9, PS3535.I654 Ch9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 387 p.|
|Number of Pages||387|
|LC Control Number||70104549|
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How the Other Half Lives: Studies among the Tenements of New York explained the living conditions in New York slums as well as the sweatshops in some tenements, which paid workers only a few cents per day. The book explains the plight of working children; they would work in factories and at other jobs. Jacob Riis realize the problem and says "Nothing is now better understood than that the rescue of the children is the key to the problem of city poverty." The thing is the adults never cared about the children, they did not realize that the children would be the only way to stop the rapidly increasing poverty of New York.
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Shutting Out the Sky: Life in the Tenements of New York, (Jane Addams Honor Book (Awards)) by Deborah Hopkinson Hardcover $ In Stock. Ships from and sold by (3). Although his mature years would end up being in Boston, Children of the Tenements gave me a good idea of what he endured, and why as an adult his son, would end up being given (or taken) away to a farm family as a ten-year-old servant.
A resource for family historians trying to put things in context for their immigrant families of that time period/5(5). Children of the Tenements Adam Grunschlag sat at his street stand in a deep brown study. He heeded not the gathering twilight, or the snow that fell in great white flakes, as yet with an appreciable space between, but with the promise of a Brand: Charles River Editors.
Excerpt from Children of the Tenements Of the writer by stringing facts together to suit my own fancy. But none of the stories are invented. Nine out of ten of them are just as they came to me fresh from the life of the people, faithfully to portray which should, after all, be the aim of all fiction, as it must be its sufficient reward/5.
The following year, he expanded that into a book entitled How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York.
The book was well-received, offering a view into urban poverty that had Author: Alex Arbuckle. "The Kid was standing barefooted in the passageway. " Children of the tenements. book OF THE TENEMENTS. JACOB A. RIIS. Author of "The Making of an American," "The Battle with the Slum," "How the Other Half Lives," etc.
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY C. RELYEA AND OTHERS. Children of the Tenements. Jacob A. Riis. 0 (0 Reviews) Published: Downloads: Share This. Children of the Tenements. Jacob A. Riis. 0 (0 Reviews) Free Download. Read Online. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more.
You can also read the full text online using. Editions for Children Of The Tenements: (Unknown Binding published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Hardcover publish Cited by: 6. The compelling activism of Jacob Riis animates this beautifully illustrated picture book biography. O’Neill pulls Riis’s life as a U.S.
immigrant from Denmark into sharp focus, using vignettes. Children of the Tenements Jacob Riis, danish american social reformer, muckraking journalist and social documentary photographer () This ebook presents «Children of the Tenements», from Jacob Riis.
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Download a free audio book for yourself today. The hard facts included in Riis’ book–such as the fact that 12 adults slept in a room some 13 feet across, and that the infant death rate in the tenements was as high as 1 in 10–stunned many.
Bymore t tenements had been built and housed million people, two-thirds of the total city population. Jacob Riis, who immigrated to the United States inworked as a Author: Madison Horne. Children of the Tenements.
by Jacob August Riis,Charles Mark Relyea. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. The book encouraged imitations such as Darkness and Daylight; or, Lights and Shadows of New York Life (), which somehow appropriated Riis's own photographs.
Children of the Poor () was a sequel in which Riis wrote of particular children that he had : May 3,Ribe, Denmark. Children of the tenements. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jacob A Riis dollar's Christmas journey --The kid --When the letter came --The cat took the kosher meat --Nibsy's Christmas --In the children's hospital --Nigger Martha's wake --What the Christmas sun saw in the tenements --Midwinter in New York --A chip from the maelstrom.
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A woman and a child smile for the camera in the courtyard of a tenement building where outhouses are lined up. The Tenement House Act of required that tenement buildings have one outhouse for every 20 people living there.
A woman stands before a tenement building bedroom door. Photos of her family are visible on her dresser. Children of the Tenements by Jacob A. Riis. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping children outlook verlag book. book by jacob a riis.
children book. neighbors life stories. Explore More Items. Adam's : Jacob A. Riis (), a Danish-American journalist and social reformer, shocked the American conscience in his book How the Other Half Lives (), by his exposé of the horrors of New York City slums and the abuses of lower-class urban life.
The following quotation from his book, The Children of the Poor () unfortunately is still applicable today years later!