Alice Morgan observes many inventions during her visits to the fair.
Alice Morgan writes a journal about her experiences at the world's fair.
Education is not as important as working hard and earning a living in the early 1900s.
The weather plays an important part in shaping the history of the Louisiana Purchase Exhibition.
The Pike's performers promenade with pride through the center of the fair.
The Pike is like a river flowing through the center of the fair–full of animals, singers, and jugglers.
The Pike dances through the center of the World's Fair–bragging of its performing animals, singers, and jugglers.
The Pike is a hotbed of activity, teeming with animals jumping through rings of fire, singers crooning, and jugglers serenading the crowd.
The weather forced vendors to improvise and create new ways of selling products.
The centennial of the Louisiana Purchase prompted inventors to create new products.
The fair was located near the Mississippi River, which eased transportation of goods.
The large crowds demanded spectacular entertainment and accommodating surroundings.
She is organizing her thoughts for future readers.
She is counting down the days until a big event.
Certain things at the exhibition are being recorded.
Specific dates were more important to people at that time.