b'8G rey HouseP ublishing Working AmericansFIRST EDITIONEach volume in the widely successful Working Americans series focuses on a particular class, HISTORYgender, type or time period of American history and vividly illustrates what life was like for that group over time. Profiles cover a wide range of ethnic groups and span the entire country,Aproviding a thorough examination of the lives of all types of Americans in that particular group. 1900-2021Each volume is divided into easy-to-use, decade-long chapters, so readers can quickly locate details on a particular time period.Family or Individual Profiles: Each chapter highlights 3-4 individuals or families and provides a remarkably personal and realistic look at their lives at home, at work, and in the community. The highly readable narrative is supported by hard facts and real-life situations drawn from diaries, private print books, family histories, estate documents, magazine articles and more.To further explore the life and times of these individuals or families, each chapter includes several other helpful elements:Volume XVII: Teens in AmericaHistorical Snapshots: Chronicles major events and milestones, allowing the reader to developa broader understanding of the period.G R E YH O U S EP U B L I S H I N G Timelines: Defines the background and key events of a particular issue important to the timeperiod. News Features: Excerpted from the local media, these thought-provoking articles put theThese INTERESTING, uniqueissues affecting the individual in context.compilations will engage and enlighten Selected Prices: Examines what things cost during the time period, to further enrich thepatrons in high school, public andreaders understanding of their cost of living, family finances and budgets. Prices include foodacademic library collections.Booklist items, clothing, jewelry, tickets for leisure activities, and so much more.A VALUABLE tool for both researchers and Illustrations: Photographs, news clippings, advertisements, postcards, posters, quotes, songs,educators. It is recommended for all typesand cartoons, add interest to each chapter and depth to the readers understanding of the worldof libraries. ARBA that the individual or family lived in.A COMPELLING and well-organizedThe Working Americans series has become an important reference for public libraries, academic libraries, contribution for those interested in socialand high school libraries. These volumes will enrich the readers understanding of American history, history and the complexities of workingthrough the eyes of its people, and will be a welcome addition to all types of reference collections.Americans. Library JournalAn OUTSTANDING overview of the uniqueimmigrant experience highly recommended for school libraries from middle school through high school as well as college libraries from community college through graduate school. It should also be found in public libraries of every size.ARBAEach Volume IncludesFREE ONLINE ACCESS on the SALEM PRESS PLATFORM!(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com'