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W O M E N
August 26, 1920 – Nineteenth Amendment grants women the right to vote. July, 1848 – Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. 72 years!
Women & Women
Traditional – soft-spoken, motherly, reserved. The Flapper – embraced new fashions and urban attitudes. The “emancipated” woman.
The Fox Trot
Double standard – a set of principles granting greater freedom to men than to women. Traditionalists in churches and schools protest against the corruption of youth.
Eighteenth Amendment – January 16 th, 1919 outlaws the sale, transportation, importation, exportation, of intoxicating liquors. Backed by: Church: Protestant Rural South & West Women KKK
Speakeasies – underground/hidden saloons and nightclubs for alcohol. Bootleggers – smugglers who brought alcohol from Canada, Cuba, West Indies.
21 st Amendment – December 5, 1933 repeals the 18 th Amendment.
Changing Ways of Life Chapter 13 Section 1-2. Urban Scene 1920’s = Cities were the place to be New York = 5.6 million people Chicago = Industrial.
Standard 15, element D Describe the passage of the Eighteenth Amendment, establishing Prohibition, and the Nineteenth Amendment, establishing women’s suffrage.
Kenyonn, Matt, Danielle. Prohibition disrespected the law and also organized crime in mostly every major city. Al Capone is a gangster whose empire.
Prohibition. Support for Prohibition Support for the amendment came from the rural South and West Largely native-born protestant areas Anti-Saloon League.
Women’s Rights By Sofia D. Granados.
Prohibition. Vocabulary Prohibition –Era in American society where Alcohol is illegal 18 th Amendment –Prohibited the manufacture, sale or transportation.
Chapter 13: Roaring Life of the 1920s – Part I
LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.
What do we call people who worked to correct the problems of society?
Changing Ways of Life CHAPTER 13 SECTION 1. Urban Growth 1920 census- more people finally lived in cities 51% of Americans now lived in urban settings.
To understand such issues as Prohibition, the changing role of women, and the influence of the Harlem Renaissance.
Patriots’ week: Day Four: Women suffrage movement By: Ari Kohl.
Prohibition A ban on the manufacture, sale, and transportation of liquor anywhere in the United States the “noble experiment” The Eighteenth.
Chapter 13 Section 1 Notes Rural – Country (Urban vs. City) Rural – Country (Urban vs. City) -1920Census – 51.2% of people lived in big cities -1920Census.
+ The Reformers Open Book Quiz. + Reformers and their Cause Lyman Beecher – against alcohol Horace Mann – Education Thomas Gallaudet – Special Needs Education.
Unit 1 Notes 4: Cultural Changes in the 1920’s
The Twenties Woman 13.2 Notes.
20:3 The Business of America. Automobile Huge Spin off effect on economy: Roads, houses, gas stations, repair shops, motels, tourist camps, shopping centers,
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