Evansville

Evansville By Darrel Bigham
As we approach a new century and a new millennium, we should consider how people in American communities dreamed about and participated in the coming of the twentieth century 100 years ago. The focus of this work is Evansville–100 years ago the only emerging metropolis between Louisville and St. Louis, and then, as now, the radial center of a hinterland stretching in all directions from 75 to 125 miles. The book illustrates how the city landscape changed because of the early industrial era, how people made a living, how people related toeach other, and how they spent their leisure time. About one-fifth of the images in this collection focus on the residents of the Evansville region; the Tri-State of southwestern Indiana, western Kentucky, and southern Illinois, which has been Evansville’sservice area since the 1850s.
This was my first of Evansville to read and it was so good that it went by way to fast as I couldn’t seam to lay it down. I will be looking for all her other Kindle books now.
I absolutely love Evansville. All of this book, I have read this book twice, and have recommended it to all of my friends and family. Such an amazing book, please read it!!
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