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The City of Wayne book. Discover the influential places, people, and events that have contributed to Wayne's unique heritage.
Part of the Images of America: Michigan Series). When settler George M. Johnson arrived in the area now known as Wayne, Michigan, in 1824, he may have only imagined that the site of his log cabin would later become home to a bustling, thriving, progressive city. Incorporated as the Village of Wayne in 1869 and the City of Wayne in 1960, its growth was heavily influenced by the development of railroads and the Chicago Turnpike, and it has evolved into a prosperous and multi-ethnic community.
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The guiding principle of this reporting is one we have developed-city by city, story by story, question by question, surprise by surprise-through our years of travel. The central premise is that the most positive and practical developments in this stage of American life are happening at the local and regional level-but that most Americans have barely heard of those developments except in the communities where they themselves live.
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The true comic book, published independently of a newspaper, appeared in 1934. Just the arrival of technological progress allowed easy and cheap reproduction of images for the American comic to take off. Although the first comic books were themselves newspaper-strip reprints, comics soon featured original material, and the first appearance of Superman launched the Golden Age of Comic Books. During World War II, superheroes and funny animals were the most popular genres, but new genres were also developed (. western, romance, and science fiction) and increased readership.
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The pioneers who traveled to Canton in the first half of the 19th century were a hearty breed of farmers and settlers who cleared land, built roads, and forged a life for their families in the wilderness of the Northwest Territories.
In response to criticisms that hip hop has suffered or died in its transition to the mainstream, this book seeks to highlight and examine the ongoing dialogue among rap artists whose work describes their own careers. Proclamations of hip hop's death have flooded the airwaves. The issue may have reached its boiling point in Nas's 2006 album Hip Hop is Dead. Nas's album is driven by nostalgia for a mythically pure moment in hip hop's history, when the music was motivated by artistic passion, instead of base commercialism.