|1. Reluctant Cosmopolitan: New York in the 1880s||21|
|2. L’invasion étrangère: Paris in the 1890s||31|
|3. Tracing the Trajectory of Americanness: Paris to Buffalo, 1900–1901||53|
|4. Pausing in Pittsburgh: Constructing Social Cohesion at the Carnegie Institute, 1905–1908||73|
|5. A “Salon of America”?: Defining Nationalism at theNational Academy of Design, 1909–1915||93|
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Publication information: Book title: John White Alexander and the Construction of National Identity: Cosmopolitan American Art, 1880-1915. Contributors: Sarah J. Moore - AssociateEditor. Publisher: University of Delaware Press. Place of publication: Newark, DE. Publication year: 2003. Page number: 7.
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