he follwing are two bibliographies related to World's Fair Expositions.


Bibliography for All World's Fairs

This collection of documents can help students understand the cultural impact and significance of the World’s Fairs by setting the Fairs’ historical background and revealing how individuals saw the fairs and how the public as a whole responded to them.

To view the bibliography related to all World's Fairs, click HERE.

Bibliography Related to the 1904 World's Fair

The grandest of all World’s Fairs, held in St. Louis in 1904, celebrated America’s progress in the century since the Louisiana Purchase. This fair, however, did not focus on the economic or technological aspects of progress as earlier fairs had. It instead focused on the all-around superiority of western and especially Anglo-Saxon civilization, through exhibits, intellectual discourse and the Olympics.

To view the bibliography related to the 1904 World's Fair, click HERE.