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" ... with a never-ending throng of pushing and crowding and scrambling and eager and excited and enterprising men, all bent on building and trading and swift fortunemaking. Chicago in her busiest days could scarcely show such a sight as clamors for observation... "
SOUTH SINCE THE WAR - 第 340 頁
SIDNEY ANDREWS 著 - 1866
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A History of the United States Since the Civil War: 1865-68

Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer - 1917
...drivers were shouting. "No drones" were seen in this "hive." * There was "a never-ending throng of eager, excited and enterprising men, all bent on building and trading and swift fortunemaking." fl In November, 1865, the trade of the city, it was said, was thirty per cent greater than it had been...
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Hoke Smith and the Politics of the New South

Dewey W. Grantham - 1967 - 408 頁
...reported Andrews: "The narrow and irregular and numerous streets are alive from morning till night . . . with a never-ending throng of pushing and crowding...show such a sight as clamors for observation here. . . . Men rush about the streets with little regard for comfort or pleasure, and yet find the days...
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New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860 ...

Don Harrison Doyle - 1990 - 369 頁
...progress, came to be seen as a southern exception rather than an indigenous spearhead for a New South. "Chicago in her busiest days could scarcely show such a sight as clamors for observation here," Sidney Andrews exulted.52 "These people were taking lessons from Chicago," Whitelaw Reid concurred....
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The Shaping of America: A Geographical Perspective on 500 Years of History ...

D. W. Meinig - 1986 - 458 頁
...marvellous rapidity” from ruin and devastation, the “streets alive from morning till night. . . with a never-ending throng of pushing and crowding...building and trading and swift fortune-making.” From this time on visitors usually commented on the anomalous “Northern” character of the place....
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