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Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1904 Featuring Hi-Tech For It’s Day

LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION

Today we will showcase the last roughly 150 unique images I have accumulated of The Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis, Missouri. These photographs were all taken in 1904 during the Expo, and I believe them to be both rare, and overall revealing, to the questionable nature which we have been presented with.

We will also briefly discuss the current narrative, although this will be my second effort at recording the audio for this video. I’ve decided to leave my opinion, and this video, more open ended. I want you to be able to interpret these photographs of The Louisiana Purchase Exposition on your own, and to deduce your own conclusions.

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, also known as the St. Louis World’s Fair, was a monumental event held in St. Louis, Missouri, from April 30 to December 1, 1904. It was organized to celebrate the centennial of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase and showcased advancements in technology, agriculture, art, and history.

Important Points About The Exposition

LOCATION: The fair took place in Forest Park and the Washington University in St. Louis campus, covering an area of 1,270 acres.
PARTICIPANTS: The Louisiana Purchase Exposition featured exhibits from 62 countries** and 43 of the then-45 American states.
ARCHITECTURE: The fair’s Greco-Roman architectural style influenced the design of new buildings and city master plans.
INNOVATIONS: It introduced the public to new inventions like private automobiles, outdoor electric lighting, and the X-ray machine.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL EXHIBITS: The fair included anthropological displays, which by today’s standards are considered controversial, involving people from various cultures presented in re-creations of their environments.
LEGACY: While most of The Louisiana Purchase Exposition structures were demolished shortly after its closure, it left a lasting impact on popular culture and the intellectual community.

The exposition was also notable for coinciding with the 1904 Olympic Games, adding to its historical significance. It was a showcase of America’s burgeoning role as a global power and a celebration of progress and innovation at the turn of the century.

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