Manufacturing Suburbs: Building Work and Home on the Metropolitan Fringe

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Index
Individual suburban and industrial areas can be found under the relevant metropolitan district.
African Americans: Great Migration, 202, 212; and residential patterns of, 6, 107, 203, 211–13. See also residential districts
agglomeration economies, 28, 77, 80, 87. See also business linkages
agricultural equipment industry. See farm implements industry
agricultural hinterland: and manufacturing, 34, 35, 38, 151, 147; and urban competition, 38, 55–56; and urban growth, 56–57, 58, 192. See also rural suburbs
airport, 30, 116, 198, 204
Allegheny River, 12, 126, 127, 137, 140
Aluminum Company of America (also Pittsburgh Reduction Company), 130, 131–32
Ammerman, Albert, 207
annexation, 54, 59, 112, 117, 118, 155, 157, 173, 174; in the 1850–1918 period, 11, 144–45, 156; conflict over, 208–9; and metropolitan growth; 87, 152, 158, 201, 204–6. See also municipal boundaries
automobile, 99, 201, 217; and downtown, 215; and the journey to work, 162, 215, 228, 232–34; and residential suburbanization, 3, 76–77, 142, 175, 204, 219. See also journey to work
automotive industry, 148–49, 154, 157, 201–20; and the central city, 159; changes to, 209–10; and Ford plants, 204; and suburbanization, 110–11, 163, 165, 168, 171, 216–17. See also Chevrolet; Ford Motor Company; General Motors
aviation industry, 148; and the central city, 159; and suburbanization, 116, 170, 171, 186, 196, 197–98; and World War II, 165, 173. See also DeHavilland; Douglas Company
Baltimore, 9, 32–52, 108; Baltimore Street, 40, 46, 47; commercial industrial geography of, 38–42; Fell’s Point, 40, 46, 49; industrial districts, 4, 12, 24, 40–41, 45–52; Jones Fall, 40, 49–51; manufacturing in 1833, 38–41; manufacturing in 1860, 42–51; Old Town, 40; south Baltimore, 40, 46, 47; transitional industrial geography of, 10, 42–51
banking. See finance
Becker, Iris, 207–8
beehive ovens, 134, 135, 136. See also iron and steel industry
Big Three, 209–10, 219
Birmingham, 6
blue-collar suburb. See residential districts
bonusing, 29, 146, 151, 162, 169. See also municipal
boosterism. See municipal
Boston, 24, 36–37, 108, 201
branch plants, 150, 159, 164, 181, 189, 192
building materials, 157, 164, 204, 206
Burgess, Ernest, 11, 18, 53, 76. See also Chicago School of Sociology
Burton, Frank, 219
Bush Terminal Company (New York), 185
business associations: Chamber of Commerce (San Francisco), 109; Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 65; Chicago’s Pork Packers’ Association, 69, 70; Eastside

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