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Roaring Twenties “Roaring 20’s” – when there was widespread prosperity.
New form of music from African American music
“Right to vote”
Method used for mass production
Another word for “flight”
“A person who uses up goods and services”
When people buy things on time…making payments each month
Rebirth of African American culture that happened as a result of migration
Movement of people from one place to another
Because of the availability of cars, this area of our nation grew quickly in the 20’s
Famous American pilot who flew long distances
Famous African American jazz musician
Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington
Famous African American author
New technology that created broadcast centers to entertain Americans
Twenties dance craze
Another name for movies given because they had sound
The “Talking Pictures”
A group of people joined together in some kind of work or activity.
The control of money that is earned and spent in a home, business, or government.
A person who moves from place to place to find work.
Limiting alcohol in our culture
Famous comic actor of the 20’s who silently stole America’s attention.
Famous woman who overcame her handicap and influenced America.
Famous baseball player of the 20’s
Why did people have more free time during the Twenties?
Labor unions fought for shorter workdays; labor-saving devices invented.
How did many Americans make fortunes in the Twenties?
Buying and selling stocks
What were some of the new electrical appliances that saved time?
washing machines, irons, vacuum cleaners
Who was a composer of jazz? Duke Ellington
What cultural movement reflected African American life in the 20’s?
Where is Harlem?
New York City
What was the Harlem Renaissance?
Artistic movement that reflected the African American life during the 20’s
What item could many people with moderate incomes buy during the 20’s?
How did the automobile change American life?
brought city and country life closer; helped rural children get to school; helped farmers bring produce to urban markets; expanded tourism
What types of radio shows were broadcast during the 20’s? music, news, sports, comedy and soap operas
What entertainment invention was popular in the US in the 20’s?
The “Talking Pictures” or movies.
How do we use the word media in the US?
describe methods of communication that reaches a large number of people
List examples of media:
radio, newspapers, magazines
Who was Charles Lindbergh?
He made first nonstop solo airplane flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
Why did many women become involved in the suffrage movement?
Temperance groups and progressive reformers knew they could not get their goals of no alcohol and changes in working conditions without women’s right to vote.
What was the Nineteenth Amendment?
Women’s right to vote
Who was Susan B Anthony?
Susan B. Anthony was a suffrage leader.
What did many people returning from WWI believe about jobs in the U.S.?
Good jobs should go to people born in the U.S.. This caused people to be prejudiced toward immigrants.
What group of people continued to make life difficult for African Americans?
The Klu Klux Klan
What difference did the 19th Amendment make?
Women received the right to vote. Their right to vote influenced government policy.
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Companies focused on inventing & producing consumer goods Examples: radios, automobiles, icebox, washing machine, vacuum cleaner People buying goods using.
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