Ch. 1. Dutchness and the English Neighborhood -- Ch. 2. The Village as a Voluntary Organization, 1859-1894 -- Ch. 3. Village Landscapes -- Ch. 4. The Trolley Produces a Country Town, 1894-1920 -- Ch. 5. Country Landscapes, Bohemian City -- Ch. 6. The Middle-Class Zone -- Ch. 7. The Political Culture of Suburban Professionals -- Ch. 8. The Ideology of the Civic Conference -- Ch. 9. The Modernization of Suburban Realism -- Ch. 10. Recovering Suburban Memory
In this work, Paul Mattingly provides a model for understanding suburban development through his narrative history of Leonia, New Jersey, an early commuter suburb of New York City
"Published in Cooperation with the Center for American Places."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-320) and index
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