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Post-Reconstruction

Post-Reconstruction

Post-Reconstruction The South – legal status Majority African Americans remained in the South Post-1890 southern state and local govt. controlled by white Democrats

By Gabriel
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The Nation of Islam

The Nation of Islam

The Lost/Found People of God: Descendents of God. The Nation of Islam. Timothy Drew founded the Moorish-Science movement which had some Muslim practices wearing Fezzes, used the Qur'an, chose Muslim names and denied certain fundamental Christian beliefs. . The Forerunner.

By Solomon
(539 views)

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties. Changing Ways of Life. During the 1920s, urbanization continued to accelerate. For the first time, more Americans lived in cities than in rural areas. New York City was home to over 5 million people in 1920. Chicago had nearly 3 million. Urban vs. Rural.

By muniya
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Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask”

Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask”

Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask”

By norwood
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. War and Society 1914-1920. Web. Europe’s Descent into War. Precipitating factor was assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, June 1914 by Princip in Sarajevo Continental alliance system transformed into reason for war Triple Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy

By cain
(161 views)

Chapter 19

Chapter 19

Chapter 19. Norton Media Library. Give Me Liberty! An American History Second Edition Volume 2. by Eric Foner. Chapter 19. Norton Media Library. Give Me Liberty! An American History Second Edition Volume 2. by Eric Foner. I. An era of intervention.

By betty_james
(319 views)

The 1920s: Social History

The 1920s: Social History

The 1920s: Social History. 1920s: Protestant Fundamentalism. William J. Simmons Methodist Minister who founded the Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s. 1920s Fundamentalism: Based in Small-town America. Rejection of Modern Science and Charles Darwin.

By fruma
(188 views)

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties. Focus: How does communism differ from American capitalism and democracy. I. Red Scare and Nativism . Russian Revolution A. Bolsheviks take over Russia Change its name the Soviet Union Communism - a system with one party and gov’t ownership of everything. 2. Red Scare

By morrisa
(122 views)

American History

American History

American History. Unit 16: The Roaring 20s. Women’s Changing Roles. The Flapper Image The flapper, a type of bold, fun-loving young woman, came to symbolize a revolution in manners and morals that took place in the 1920s. Flappers challenged conventions of dress, hairstyle, and behavior.

By shantell
(87 views)

African Americans, 1877-1914

African Americans, 1877-1914

African Americans, 1877-1914. I. Segregation and Disfranchisement Race in the Progressive Era III. Booker T. Washington IV. W. E. B. Du Bois V. Marcus Garvey. Rutherford B. Hayes (1876-1881) United States v. Cruikshank (1876) Jim Crow Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)

By binah
(178 views)

A Renaissance in Harlem

A Renaissance in Harlem

Harlem in the 1920s was home to tens of thousands of African Americans, many from the South, who felt a strong sense of racial pride and identity in this new place.

By kieu
(86 views)

African American Literature

African American Literature

African American Literature. Origin Slave South America Black Literature. African American Literature. Emphasis on Slave Narrative Autobiographical note Diaspora heritage- Africa Post colonial literature. African American Literature. Early Literature :

By amie
(125 views)

Chapter 20 The Jazz Age

Chapter 20 The Jazz Age

Chapter 20 The Jazz Age. Section 3 African American Culture. The Harlem Renaissance. The Great Migration occurred when hundreds of thousands of African Americans from the rural South headed to industrial cities in the North.

By schuyler
(142 views)

Objectives

Objectives

Objectives. Analyze the racial and economic philosophies of Marcus Garvey. Trace the development and impact of jazz. Discuss the themes explored by writers of the Harlem Renaissance. Terms and People.

By aspasia
(170 views)

1920s

1920s

1920s. THE JAZZ AGE. The 1920 census showed that for the first time in American history more people lived in urban than in rural areas and urban centers began to dominate the American culture. The end of WWI brought disillusionment as Americans wondered if the sacrifice was worth the outcome.

By liz
(193 views)

The 1920s: Social History

The 1920s: Social History

The 1920s: Social History. 1920s: Protestant Fundamentalism. William J. Simmons Methodist Minister who founded the Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s. 1920s Fundamentalism: Based in Small-town America. Rejection of Modern Science and Charles Darwin.

By job
(263 views)

Chapter 24

Chapter 24

Chapter 24. The Jazz Age Time of Turmoil. American Story. Marcus Garvey Began to lead African Americans in search of equal rights. Treaty of Versailles. Treaty that was to end WWI Was never ratified. Capitalism. An economic system based on private property and free enterprise.

By tilden
(69 views)

Post WWI Social Change

Post WWI Social Change

Post WWI Social Change. 1919-1929. American Presidents. Woodrow Wilson 1913-21 Warren G. Harding 1921-23 Calvin Coolidge 1923-29 Herbert Hoover 1929-33. The Black Star Line. 1919.

By keiji
(93 views)

ISSUE 2 Evaluation of the obstacles to the achievement of civil rights for black people up to 1941

ISSUE 2 Evaluation of the obstacles to the achievement of civil rights for black people up to 1941

ISSUE 2 Evaluation of the obstacles to the achievement of civil rights for black people up to 1941. This question is asking you to make a judgement on how important these obstacles were in preventing civil rights – what was the biggest obstacle they faced?. Possible questions.

By toya
(532 views)

Roaring 20s

Roaring 20s

Roaring 20s. Warm-Up: Grab Notes Packet and Assignment Page from front cart. Complete top part page 1. Schedule Warm-Up PowerPoint Closure: What were the main goals of the Republican administrators of the 1920s? Assignment Packet page 1 due Monday

By ona
(217 views)

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