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PROGRESSIVISM -- SELECTED KEELEY LIBRARY RESOURCES                                         

Keeley Library Staff   Revised January 23, 2001
See also: 
United States History
Political Science 
   (see parties)

BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT

in World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book, 2001 
Ref. 031 W927 1990 v. 15
 in Encyclopedia Americana. Danbury, CT:Grolier, 1999
Ref. 031 E56A 1999 v. 22
Thelen, David P. "Progressive Movement" v.15
Kyvig, David E. "Progressive Party" v. 15
Coffey, Thomas M. "Progressive Party" v. 22
see also "Progressive Movement" v. 22

REFERENCE BOOKS

History of U.S. Political Parties, Volume III pp. 2541-2666, "Progressive Party" includes party platform, speeches, etc.

Ref. 329.02 S342 v.3

Annals of America, Volume 13 1905-1915 The Progressive Era includes many reproduced primary sources about Progressive Movement, reform, Roosevelt and Taft administrations etc.
Ref.973 A613 v. 13 
Documents of American History Volume II 
Includes anti-trust acts, etc.

Ref. 973 C734 1973

Footnotes to American History Includes overview of important events, such as Sherman Anti Trust Act, Rule of Reason. For each event, a list of suggested readings is included 
Ref. 973.016 A531 
Survey of Social Science Government and Politics Series, Volume 4 "Progressivism" pp. 1609-1614. Includes overview, applications, and list of resources (Keeley LIbrary owns six of the titles.
Ref. 320.03 S963 v4

sailscat.gif (2318 bytes)To locate items in our library network, search our New WebCat™using the following subjects.
PROGRESSIVISM (UNITED STATES POLITICS) PROGRESSIVE PARTY (1912)
UNITED STATES--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT--1901-1953 ROOSEVELT, THEODORE

PERIODICALS AND NEWS ARTICLES

SIRS NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL REPRINTS: INFOTRAC  WEB ONLINE PERIODICALS DATABASE ELECTRIC LIBRARY
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WEB SITES

  • United States in the Progressive Era
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • Early 20th Century Fashion
  • Progressive Era Resources on the Web
  • Cartoons of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era
  • Theodore  Roosevelt  IPL
  • Progressive Era Histroy Resources
  • How the Other Half Lives

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  • Wilbur and Orville Wright
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    September, 1978  to  June, 2001