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Categories Prohibition Harlem Renaissance Artists of the 20s Lifestyles Vocabulary Hodge Podge
What was The Great Gatsby? This was F. Scott Fitzgerald’s most famous novel about the lifestyles of the wealthy during the Roaring 20’s.
What are speakeasies? People met in these to drink illegal liquor during the 20s.
What is: 1. It took away grain from the troops and 2. They didn’t want to support German breweries. Drinking alcohol was considered unpatriotic for two reasons. Name one.
What is the 18 th Amendment? Which constitutional amendment was repealed, allowing alcohol sales to become legal again.
Who were Temperance workers? These people worried that people who drank alcohol spent needed food money and became violent. They fought to make alcohol illegal.
This event in history caused an increase in organized crime. What was Prohibition?
This man was a popular trumpet player and singer during the 20s. Who was Louis Armstrong?
Duke Ellington and Bessie Smith were these. What are musicians?
This poet wrote “Dream Variations,” “A Raisin in the Sun,” and “I, Too.” Who was Langston Hughes?
This painter created scenes of the Great Migration. Who was Jacob Lawrence?
This was the primary theme of poetry from the Harlem Renaissance. What is racial pride?
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote about the lives of these kinds of people. What are the wealthy?
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
Who was Aaron Copland? Name the musician who wrote the song you hear.
Name the artist of the print shown. Who is Georgia O’Keefe?
This musician wrote “An American in Paris,” “I Got Rhythm,” and “Rhapsody in Blue.” Who was George Gerschwin?
This author wrote The Grapes of Wrath and wrote about the lives of ordinary people. Who was John Steinbeck
This system limited immigration from Asia and Eastern Europe. What is the quota system?
Buying on credit is also known as this. What is installment buying?
The mass movement of black Americans to find jobs in the North was known as this. What was the Great Migration?
The rebirth of African- American arts and literature in the 1920s was known as this. What was the Harlem Renaissance?
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
This was the primary reason why farmers faced a depression. What is overproduction or oversupply of crops?
Young women who bobbed their hair and rolled up their stockings were nicknamed these. What are flappers?
Men who wore baggy pants and raccoon coats were nicknamed these. What were sheiks?
This invention helped develop highways, restaurants, tourism, and motels. What was the automobile?
This invention by Guglielmo Marconi changed communication in America. What is the radio?
This group discriminated against people of other races and religions. Who was the Ku Klux Klan?
This group suffered economic setbacks in the ‘20s due to oversupply of their products. Who were the farmers?
This was the most popular dance of the 20s. What is the Charleston?
What is vote? In 1920, women won the right to do this.
What is, “It would create jobs.”? Prohibition was repealed during the Great Depression for this reason.
What is true? True or False: During the 1920s, there were serious underlying economic problems, even though everything looked normal on the surface.
1920s & 1930s USII.5A-D 1920s Prohibition was imposed by a constitutional amendment; illegal to make, transport, or sell alcoholic beverages. Results.
Chapter 13: Roaring Life of the 1920s – Part I. Rural and Urban Differences In 1920, more Americans lived in large towns and cities than small towns and.
Roaring Twenties “Roaring 20’s” – when there was widespread prosperity.
LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.
Agenda: 1/9 Do Now : Do Now : In notebooks: Why do you think the twenties were considered roaring? In notebooks: Why do you think the twenties were considered.
The Roaring 20’s America After WWI. Warm-Up Update your Table of Contents Write your homework – have it stamped by Ms. Sarnelli! –Your “Acting Out the.
I. A Booming Economy II. The Business of Government III. Clash of Values IV. The New Mass Culture V. The Harlem Renaissance The Twenties, “The.
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Unit 7 Boom and Bust. A Resurgence of Nativism Because of the red scare- the fear that communist would threaten freedom in the United states Palmer raids-
Warm up 3/5/12 Why did the government set the quota at 2% of a particular groups population from 1890? it would keep out the newer immigrant groups because.
1920s The Good, The Bad, And the Ugly. The decade of the 1920s is often characterized as a period of American prosperity and optimism. It was the "Roaring.
The Roaring Twenties. Focus: How does communism differ from American capitalism and democracy.
The Roaring 20s An era of prosperity, Republican power, and conflict.
Goal 9 The US between the World Wars Elaborate on the cycle of economic boom and bust in the 1920s and 1930s.
The Roaring 20’s An era of prosperity, Republican power, and conflict.
The Jazz Age Society in the 1920s Mass Media in the Jazz Age Cultural Conflicts.
The Roaring Twenties Ch. 20 & 21. Immigration Laws Keep America American Emergency Quota Act- limited immigration National Origins Act- made.
The Roaring Twenties ( ) - Chapters Essential Questions: 2. What should the role of the federal government be in the individual economic.
Photo journal The Shantaia Broeckx. Post-War Problems Workers were laid off and women were under pressure to return to house-hold duties so that men could.
Getting to California Great Migration – move of African-Americans from the rural South to the cities of the North with available jobs during World War.
A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 32: American Life in the Roaring Twenties ~ 1919 – 1929 ~
America at the Turn of the Century. World War I (US view) President Wilson- declares US neutrality, but the Lusitania is sunk in 1915 by Germany Unrestricted.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Immigration and Industrialization.
The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s “Take The A Train” Billy Strayhorn for the Duke Ellington Orchestra You must take the A train To go to Sugar Hill way.
Introduction to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.
In Class Focus: What is the Harlem Renaissance All About? Looking at some art: Part II Dream a Little Dream – Louis Armstrong (Link)Link Black and Blue.
Ch 31 P2 Objectives- students will understand… –How mass production and new technologies created new prosperity and a new American landscape. –How radio,
U.S. History E.O.C.T Part IV U.S. Establishment as a World Power.
Mrs. Cavell. Native American Discrimination Examples: 1. Forced to move to reservations 2. Us government did not hold up their end of most treaties (did.
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