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The U.S. History Review. By Miguel A. Rivera. What are some characteristics of the era of. Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s?. Activity – Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s. Gather as much information as you possibly can about the Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s in your group

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The u s history review

The U.S. History Review

By Miguel A. Rivera


What are some characteristics of the era of

What are some characteristics of the era of

Roaring and

Not-So-Roaring 20’s?


Activity roaring and not so roaring 20 s

Activity – Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s

Gather as much information as you possibly can about the Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s in your group

½ picked to rotate will change seats every 2 ½ minutes, 2 minutes, and 1 ½ minutes after having brainstormed what you know

We will come together as a class and figure out what you’ve put down.


Roaring and not so roaring 20 s

Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s

Prohibition, bootleggers, speakeasies, and the Mafia

Jazz and the Harlem Renaissance

Development of the stock market


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Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s

The Scopes Trial

Women have a new role in society after World War I and the implementation of women’s suffrage and it was exemplified by the flapper


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Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s

18th Amendment is put into effect, banning alcohol in the U.S. Later repealed with the 21st amendment in 1933 making alcohol legal once again.

1919


Roaring and not so roaring 20 s jazz age

Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s/ Jazz Age

All states pass the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote

1920


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Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s/ Jazz Age

Charles Lindberg crosses the Atlantic Ocean in an airplane

1927


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Roaring and Not-So-Roaring 20’s/ Jazz Age

Stock Market Crashes

1929


Flapper

Flapper

A woman who dressed dramatically and rather unconventionally and demonstrated the new ideas of the new women in society


Prohibition and the bootlegger

Prohibition and the Bootlegger

  • Prohibition - Refers to the idea that alcohol was illegal because it caused social problems

    • Bootleggers were making, transporting, selling and buying alcohol illegally sometimes in places like speakeasies


Speakeasies

Speakeasies

Illegal Underground Bars


Zoot suits

Zoot Suits

Flashy suits that demonstrated independence, sophistication, and an unconventional style for men.


Scopes trial

Scopes Trial

A teacher is sued for teaching a chapter out of the textbook on evolution while it was illegal in the state of Tennessee

Supreme Court finds in favor of the teacher because of technicality – Jury was supposed to set the fine and not the judge because judges in Tennessee could not set fines above $50


Sacco and vanzetti case

Sacco and Vanzetti Case

Two immigrants accused and convicted of having robbed a small business

Not too much evidence but lawyers kept working on the case for 6 years

Suggests the anti-immigrant sentiment of the time


Stock market

Stock Market

A place where people go to buy, sell, or exchange parts of a corporation (shares of a company or stock)


Harlem renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

  • African Americans developed communities

    • Focused on new artistic movements that highlighted

      • racial pride,

      • political organization

      • new forms of expression such as jazz, blues and “Negro Nationalism” - idea developed by Marcus Garvey that focused on glorifying black cultures and traditions.


The u s history review

Jazz

1st real American music that combines European tunes with African rhythms


Charles lindberg

Charles Lindberg

Took the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927 and by 1928, 48 airlines were serving 355 cities.


1920 s who s this guy

1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy warren g harding

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Warren G. Harding

Elected President of the U.S. on concept of “Normalcy”

Wanted to get the U.S. back to normal because we had just been through Progressive Era and World War I


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1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy duke ellington

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Duke Ellington

Jazz musician who played piano during the Harlem Renaissance


1920 s who s this lady

1920’s – Who’s this lady?


1920 s who s this lady ella fitzgerald

1920’s – Who’s this lady? – Ella Fitzgerald

Jazz vocalist who sang during the Harlem Renaissance


1920 s who s this guy2

1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy al capone

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Al Capone

Leader of organized crime families; built his empire on bootlegging; eventually convicted of tax evasion


1920 s who s this guy3

1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy langston hughes

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Langston Hughes

Writer of African American literature during the Harlem Renaissance


1920 s who s this guy4

1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy charles lindberg

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Charles Lindberg

1st person to take a flight across the Atlantic


1920 s who s this guy5

1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy herbert hoover

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Herbert Hoover

Elected president based on the end of the 1920’s stock market crash wherein he promised everyone food on their tables


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1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy clarence darrow

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – Clarence Darrow

Defense attorney for John Scopes, the high school teacher during the Scopes trial


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1920’s – Who’s this guy?


1920 s who s this guy william jennings bryan

1920’s – Who’s this guy? – William Jennings Bryan

Prosecutor for the state during the Scopes trial who had a high-powered legal practice

Sought presidential election on several occasions


1920 s who are these guys

1920’s – Who are these guys?


1920 s who are these guys sacco and vanzetti

1920’s – Who are these guys? – Sacco and Vanzetti

Prosecutor for the state during the Scopes trial who had a high-powered legal practice

Sought presidential election on several occasions


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