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  • Author:
    Edwin C. Hirschoff,Joseph Hart
  • ISBN:
    081664053X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816640539
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    Univ of Minnesota Pr (October 2002)
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Minneapolis's skid row, known as the Gateway district, was a lively area consisting of dozens of bars .

Minneapolis's skid row, known as the Gateway district, was a lively area consisting of dozens of bars, flophouses, pawnshops, burlesque houses, charity missions, and office buildings that had aged past their prime. Encompassing some twenty-five blocks centering on the intersection of Hennepin, Washington, and Nicollet Avenues, the neighborhood was demolished between 1959 and 1963 as part of the first federally funded urban renewal project in America.

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Minneapolis's skid row, known as the Gateway district, was a lively area consisting of dozens of bars, flophouses. This is a great read about the history of the people and life of the skid Row Gateway area in Minneapolis. They could've included a few more photos.

Minneapolis's skid row, known as the Gateway district, was a lively area consisting . Down & Out: The Life and Death of Minneapolis's Skid Row (Minnesota). 0816640548 (ISBN13: 9780816640546). This is confirmed by the equally vital history by Joseph Hart, who deserves much respect for pulling no punches despite using interviews by several of the parties to blame.

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Down And Out. The Life and Dealth of Minneapolis’s Skid Row. Written by Edwin C. Hirschoff, Contributions . Hirschoff, Contributions by Joseph Hart. University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis's skid row, known as the Gateway district, was a lively area consisting of dozens of bars, flophouses, pawnshops, burlesque houses, charity missions, and office buildings that had aged past their prime.

Down and Out : The Life and Dealth of Minneapolis's Skid Ro.

Down and Out : The Life and Dealth of Minneapolis's Skid Row. by Edwin C. Hirschoff.

Minneapolis's skid row, known as the Gateway district, was a. .By capturing the texture of life on skid row, Hart reveals the lost American culture of a bygone community. Gathered here for the first time, Edwin C. Hirschoff's stark and moving images of the Gateway district's final days - its streets, buildings, and parks, the rubble, smoke, and heavy equipment of its destruction - eloquently capture its demise.

JOSEPH HART is the author of Down and Out: The Life and Death of Minneapolis's Skid Row, a history of one of the nation's first slum clearance projects. Показать все. О товаре. Доставка, возврат и платежи. Наиболее популярные в Художественная литература.

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Tujar
This is a great read about the history of the people and life of the skid Row Gateway area in Minneapolis. I loved the book. They could've included a few more photos
Rich Vulture
I like history books on the area I live in - this was really an interesting book.
Flathan
A great and important addition to the local history shelf. It's so sad to see all the "modern" construction and know what we lost...the folks who lived in all those buildings had no where to go...a tragic part local history.
Mr_Mix
Very informative