- Rebecca Rubin
- Louis Rubin
- Victor Rubin
- Bubbie Shereshevsky
- Grandpa Shereshevsky
- Mama Rubin
- Benny Rubin
- Sadie and Sophie Rubin
- Ana Rubin
- Josef Rubin
- Michael Rubin
- Max Shepard
- Lily Armstrong
- Fannie Rubin
- Jacob Rubin
Chapter One: A Bar Mitzah Celebration
Chapter Two: Steeplechase - The Funny Place
Chapter Three: Thrills, Chills, and Skills
Chapter Four: Striking Out Alone
Chapter Five: Reaching New Heights
Looking Back: America Outdoors in 1914
Discusses how New Yorkers spent time outdoors in the 1910s. Topics covered:
- The rising popularity of seaside visits, as it was becoming easier for families to take trips to the beach and other outdoor destinations.
- Coney Island's stance as the biggest and most popular seaside resort, and the variety of games and acts people could see at the park.
- The different areas of Coney Island, such as Steeplechase Park and Luna Park, where visitors could see re-creations of exotic locations.
- Regular people finding themselves contributing to Coney Island's entertainment while they broke the rules they lived by daily.
- The yearning most people had with escaping the strict rules of the early 1900s, with Coney Island serving as a place where they could act silly and crazy in public.
- Feelings of equality visitors felt at Coney Island, where everyone could enjoy the same games and activities, regardless of class, age or citizenship.
Items Associated with Rebecca to the Rescue
- The game Smash the Dishes on the American Girl Website is based on Rebecca to the Rescue.
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