1. Stansell, City.
2. Spain, How Women Saved the City.
3. Gilmore, Gender and Jim Crow; Freedman, Maternal Justice; Ethington, “Recasting”; Ryan, Women in Public; Matthews, Public Woman; Salem, To Better Our World; Turner, Women, Culture, and Community; Crocker, Social Work; Higginbotham, Righteous Discontent; McCarthy, Lady Bountiful Revisited; Flanagan, “Urban Political Reform”; Flanagan, “Women in the City”; Lasch-Quinn, Black Neighbors; Giddings, When and Where.
4. Rosenzweig and Blackmar, Park and Its People; Hayden, Grand Domestic Revolution; Flanagan, “City Profitable”; Benson, Counter Cultures; Wright, Building; Stimpson, American City; Wirka, “City Planning for Girls.”
5. Deutsch, Women; Gordon, Heroes; Kunzel, Fallen Women; Pascoe, Relations.
6. Ewen, Immigrant Women; Glenn, Daughters; Peiss, Cheap Amusements; Meyerowitz, Women Adrift; Cameron, Radicals; Gabaccia, From the Other Side; S. Kennedy, Weep at Home; Tax, Rising; Tentler, Wage Earning Women; Harzig, Peasant Maids; Diner, Erin’s Daughters; E. Kennedy and Davis, Boots.
7. Stansell, City; Deutsch, Women; Hunter, To ’Joy My Freedom; Lemke-Santangelo, Abiding Courage; Murolo, Common Ground; Rabinovitz, Love; Peiss, Cheap Amusements; Meyerowitz, Women Adrift; Meyerowitz, “Sexual Geography”; Orleck, Common Sense; Enstad, Ladies; Frank, Purchasing Power.
8. Gordon, Heroes; E. DuBois, “Working Women”; Wertheimer, We Were There; Payne, Reform, Labor, and Feminism; R. Rosen, Lost Sisterhood.
9. Monkkonen, America Becomes Urban; Zunz, Making America Corporate; Warner, Private City; Doyle, New Men.
10. C. Smith, Urban Disorder; Wilson, Sphinx. Other useful examinations of watershed “moments” that assess the long- and short-term impacts of crises on cities and the ways in which these incidents laid bare the relationships and hierarchies of cities include Stowell, Great Strike; Sawislak, Smoldering City; Horne, Fire This Time; Tuttle, Race Riot.
11. Grossman, Land of Hope; Trotter, Black Milwaukee; Ethington, Public City; Wilentz, Chants Democratic; Goings and Mohl, African-American Urban History; H. Taylor, Race and the City; Pacuyga, “Chicago’s 1919 Race Riot”; P. Jones and Holli, Ethnic Chicago; Bodnar, Simon, and Weber, Lives; Zunz, Changing Face of Inequality.