eBooks are also available - visit www.greyhouse.com for more information (800) 562-2139 www.greyhouse.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! 5 Each Volume Includes FREE ONLINE ACCESS on the SALEM PRESS PLATFORM! 1880-1899 Uncovers what life was like for ordinary Americans as they lived through an industrialized revolution, labor strikes, an influx of millions of immigrants, and the expansion of American cities and railroad. The 1900s Readers will uncover what it was like in America as industry takes hold, and the economic and social challenges Americans faced during the beginnings of the Progressive era. The 1910s Provides an inside look at what American life was like leading up to and during World War I—the Titanic sinking, Henry Ford’s Assembly Line, the Panama Canal opening, and so much more. The 1920s Offers a wealth of information on American life in the 1920s, an uproarious time filled with flappers, prohibition, the Model T, the Charleston and jazz. 1930-1939 A Companion to the 1940 Census paints a portrait of America at the time of the 1940 Census to illustrate what life was for those Americans whose lives were sandwiched between the Great Depression and World War II. The 1940s Provides detailed information on American life during and after World War II, from the effects of Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima, to our nation’s rally to rebuild after the devastation of the war. The 1950s Researchers will uncover the real details about American life in the 1950s, from the beginnings of the Cold War and the Civil Rights movement, to what we were really watching on our new color televisions. The 1960s Explores American life in the 1960s - a truly tumultuous and pivotal decade in our nation. Readers will uncover what life was like for ordinary Americans living through a Social Revolution, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Vietnam War, all in 10 years. The 1970s From the rocking sounds of disco to the shocking news of the Watergate scandal, readers will get a first-hand look at American life in the 1970s, a time marked by economic struggle, cultural change and technological innovation. The 1980s In these pages, readers will uncover how American life was affected by the fall of the Berlin Wall, the rise of the Computer age, and Reagan-era prosperity and decadence. The 1990s Offers an inside-look at America in the 1990s, from the rise of the dot com and mobile phones, to Y2K, grunge, the Gulf War and so much more. The 2000s An in-depth look at American life in the 2000s, including the War on Terror, the launch of Facebook, the election of Barack Obama, the dawn of the iPod—and everything in between. THE SET BUY THE 12 VOLUME SET AND SAVE $360! Twelve Volumes | 7,200 Pages | Hardcover | $1,560 | ISBN 978-1-68217-736-5 This is Who We Were: 1880-1899 First Edition | March 2015 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-755-9 NEW! This is Who We Were: In The 1900s First Edition | March 2017 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-68217-351-0 This is Who We Were: In The 1910s First Edition | October 2014 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-177-9 This is Who We Were: In The 1920s First Edition | July 2014 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-284-4 This is Who We Were: 1930-1939 A Companion to the 1940 Census First Edition | August 2012 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-007-9 This is Who We Were: 1940-1949 First Edition | October 2015 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-741-2 This is Who We Were: In The 1950s First Edition | May 2013 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-179-3 This is Who We Were: In The 1960s First Edition | October 2013 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN 978-1-61925-248-6 This is Who We Were: In The 1970s First Edition | January 2016 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN: 978-1-61925-749-8 This is Who We Were: In The 1980s First Edition | October 2016 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN: 978-1-61925-934-8 NEW! This is Who We Were: In The 1990s First Edition | August 2017 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN: 978-1-68217-379-4 NEW! This is Who We Were: In the 2000s First Edition | March 2018 600 pages | Hardcover | $160 ISBN: 978-1-68217-716-7