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AMERICAN CULTURE AND ART 5
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AMERICAN CULTURE AND ART

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June 7, 2016

American culture and art

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            That America was a place where there is development and achievement prepared to share with the bigger world. The World's Columbian Exposition was fiscally tremendously effective. By October, participation had come to more than 6.8 million paid guests - multiplying August's 3.5 million. Chicago Day (October 9) alone saw 716,881 Fairgoers entering the White City. The snack bars got over $4 million , the Ferris Wheel turned a benefit, and when every one of the figurings were finished, the Exposition itself more than made back the initial investment, with a $1 million surplus to be come back to its 30,000 stockholders. No composition in the nineteenth century could brag such achievement, and the World's Columbian Exposition turned into the standard by which all future fairs were measured. The 1901 St. Louis reasonable demonstrated itself on the Exposition, in both its benefit making and social perspectives, as did the 1915 Pan-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. The official objectives of the Fair, to give dependability notwithstanding extraordinary change, to energize American solidarity, to praise innovation

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