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Classics in Urban History #3: Fragmented Metropolis: Los Angeles, 1850-1930by Robert M Fogelson
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Here with a new preface, a new foreword, and an updated bibliography is the definitive history of Los Angeles from its beginnings as an agricultural village of fewer than 2,000 people to its emergence as a metropolis of more than 2 million in 1930—a city whose distinctive structure, character, and culture foreshadowed much of the development of urban America after World War II.
"The most detailed study ever published of Los Angeles' most critical period. . . . An invaluable aid to my understanding of this city."--David Brodsly, author of "L.A. Freeway
"The most detailed study ever published of Los Angeles' most critical period. . . . An invaluable aid to my understanding of this city."—David Brodsly, author of L.A. Freeway
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-296) and index.
About the Author
Robert M. Fogelson is Professor of Urban Studies and History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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