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Amusing the Million: Coney Island at the Turn of the Century (American Century)
Amusing the Million: Coney Island at the Turn of the Century (American Century)
Coney Island: the name still resonates with a sense of racy Brooklyn excitement, the echo of beach-front popular entertainment before World War I. Amusing the Million examines the historical context in which Coney Island made its reputation as an amusement park and shows how America's changing social and economic conditions formed the basis of a new mass culture. Exploring it afresh in this way, John Kasson shows Coney Island no longer as the object of nostalgia but as a harbinger of modernity--and the many photographs, lithographs, engravings, and other reproductions with which he amplifies his text support this lively thesis.

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$9.51
-$7.49(-44%)



Nighthawk Plug-in Carbon Monoxide & Explosive Gas Alarm with Digital Display KN-COEG-3
Nighthawk Plug-in Carbon Monoxide & Explosive Gas Alarm with Digital Display  KN-COEG-3
The Kidde KN-COEG-3 AC powered, plug-in CO and explosive gas alarm protects you and your family from two deadly threats. The KN-COEG-3 includes 9V battery back up that provides protection during a power outage, when AC-only units can not provide protection. By pressing the Peak Level Button you can see the peak CO level recorded by the alarm since it was last reset or unplugged. The continuous digital display shows you the level of carbon monoxide (if any) the unit is sensing as well as if gas is present. The gas sensor is a metal oxide sensor designed to detect natural gas (methane) or propane. Temperature range- 40 degree fahrenheit to 100 degree fahrenheit.

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$37.00
-$28.99(-44%)



LOTTERY SELECTOR FOR ALL LOTTERIES & LOTTOS (35) + KENO, ROULETTE, ETC., PICK ‘EM ALL NUMBER SELECTOR
LOTTERY SELECTOR FOR ALL LOTTERIES & LOTTOS (35) + KENO, ROULETTE, ETC., PICK ‘EM ALL NUMBER SELECTOR
NOW ON SALE: TRY YOUR LUCK TO WIN! Pick 'Em All® Pick 'Em All® A Universal Random Number Selector For All Games of Chance Worldwide IT CAN BE USED FOR ALL GAMES OF CHANCE. EXAMPLE: ALL LOTTERIES & LOTTOS MEGA MILLIONS POWER BALL QUICK DRAW KENO ROULETTE HORSE RACING DOG RACING DAILY MILLIONS BIG GAME QUICK PICK THE PICK & 3, 4, 5 FANTASY 5, 6 Pick 'Em All®, a revolutionary world-wide number selector, enables players to randomly select numbers for more than 35 types of games of chance all over the world, including Power Ball, All Lottos-Lotteries, Keno Big Game-Quick Pick Daily Millions, Hoosier Lotto, Mega Millions, Mega Money,(All lottos in all states.) Pick 'Em All® enables the players to randomly select up to 8 "lucky" numbers at a time by placing a movable divider through one of the pairs of side slots- according to the type of the game. Numbers can also be selected for two different games, or for two parts of the Keno, 1 40, 41 80, simultaneously. Pick 'Em All®, a revolutionary world-wide number selector, enables players to randomly select numbers for ALL GAMES OF CHANCE all over the world, including POWER BALL, all LOTTOS-LOTTERIES, MEGA MILLIONS, KENO and many other games: Badger 5, Big 4, Big Game, Big Game-Quick Pick, Cash 5, Cash, WinFull, Classic Lotto, Daily Millions, dailyMillions, Fantasy 5, Hoosier Lotto, Jack Pots, Kansas Cash, Little Lotto, Mega Millions, Mega Money, NJ Cash 5, NJ Pick, 6, NY Quick Draw, PA Match 6, Pick 6, Pick 4, Pick 3, Power Ball, Quick Draw, Roadwinner, Rolling Cash 5 and SuperLotto/Plus. (All lottos in all states and countries.) See Shairon website, "Let's "Pick 'Em All®"!

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$5.29



Catasauqua and North Catasauqua Revisited (Images of America)
Catasauqua and North Catasauqua Revisited (Images of America)
In 1900, Catasauqua was one of the wealthiest communities in America. Its electric-lighted streets were lined with businesses, stores, row houses, and ornate mansions. But when iron making ended in 1920, the “Iron Borough’s” golden age soon began to fade. Compared to its booming industrial atmosphere in the 19th century, life in Catasauqua and North Catasauqua during the 20th century became quintessentially small town. Though Fuller Company and Phoenix Forge were nationally known in their own industries and the silk mills still wove luxury fabric for New York designers, many people moved elsewhere in the Lehigh Valley to work. Those who remained put down even deeper roots, buying the once-company-owned workers’ houses or raising large baby-boom families in the old mansions. Church and school defined lives, and civic groups, service organizations, and sports teams provided fun, fellowship, and a sense of community.

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$14.23
-$7.76(-35%)



Old Forge and Moosic (Images of America)
Old Forge and Moosic (Images of America)
Moosic was incorporated as a borough in 1898 and was followed by Old Forge shortly thereafter in 1899; these communities became a part of the area of Lackawanna County known as the Triboro. Throughout the years, industry and agriculture were the backbone of the local economy, and businesses like the Moosic Powder Company and Dutchess Underwear Company provided many residents with employment. In 1886, Arthur Frothingham purchased land in Moosic and opened Rocky Glen Park, the second oldest amusement park in Pennsylvania. Visitors enjoyed riding on the popular Million Dollar Roller Coaster until it closed its gates in 1987. Julia’s Restaurant/Hotel is one of the oldest landmark establishments in Old Forge, and it is still in operation today, serving great food nightly. By the 1960s, Old Forge earned the title of “Pizza Capital of the World.” Its trademark “Old Forge”–style pizza is served in many restaurants throughout Pennsylvania.

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$15.66
-$6.33(-29%)



New York's 1939–1940 World's Fair (NY) (Postcard History Series)
New York's 1939–1940 World's Fair (NY) (Postcard History Series)
The 1939-1940 New York World's Fair promised a new age of global communication, nationwide superhighways, and suburban living-and it delivered. Crafted by designers such as Walter Dorwin Teague, Norman Bel Geddes, and Raymond Loewy, the twelve-hundred-acre fair in Flushing Meadows sold visitors a streamlined world of consumer goods-teardrop cars and smoking robots, electric dishwashers and nylon stockings-manufactured by companies such as Westinghouse, General Motors, and AT&T. In New York's 1939-1940 World's Fair, insightful narrative accompanies dazzling postcards, advertisements, and illustrations of Democracity, Futurama, the Lagoon of Nations, and the famed Trylon and Perisphere, recalling the promise and optimism of a fair that enchanted forty-five million visitors.

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$2.50
-$19.49(-89%)



Catasauqua and North Catasauqua (PA) (Images of America)
Catasauqua  and  North  Catasauqua   (PA)   (Images  of  America)
Once among the wealthiest communities in the country, Catasauqua was the birthplace of the modern American iron and steel industry. The energy and inventiveness of industrialists such as David Thomas, J.W. Fuller, and Leonard Peckitt spurred the growth and spread the fame of the Iron Borough far beyond the Lehigh Valley. Entrepreneurs and workers flocked to Catasauqua and North Catasauqua. They filled its mansions and row houses, churches and schools, silk mills, saloons, and playing fields with families who were proud to call the "Million Dollar Town" home.Their pride is evident in the images in Catasauqua and North Catasauqua. Bustling businesses, spacious schools, cherished churches, opulent houses, big parades and public celebrations, and strong, confident faces abound in these photographs. The culmination of that pride and prosperity came in 1914, when Catasauqua welcomed the world to celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Crane Iron Works with Old Home Week. Less than ten years later, the iron business was gone, its last years recorded in extraordinary photographs. Life in Catasauqua, though harder, went on and today, the heritage of the Iron Borough days is visible everywhere in both towns-the streets, houses, and churches still loved and lived in as they were a century or more ago.

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$15.40
-$6.59(-30%)


 
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