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BC: HOW CAN ANYONE EVER LIVE WITHOUT A GABI IN THEIR LIVES???? | OH RIGHT, THEY CANT!

FC: How life turned around 1920's-1930's | BY: Heather Ramos and Sarah Kaplan

1: THE ROARING 20'S

2: These are my parents Gabi and Samson. | My Dad owns a buisness downtown and my mom is a nurse. | My parents also have shares in the stock market

3: Here are some of my heroes that came about in the United States in the 1920's | This is a picture of me and my little and older brother. I am 12, my older brother is 14 and my younger brother is 8.

4: Here are some of my heroes that came about in the United States in the 1920's | This is a picture of my house in 1922. My uncle, aunt and two cousins are at my house at this time for my little brothers birthday.

5: Life at this time is very good for most people...My brothers and I get presents all the time and we always go out for dinner..money is not an issue at this time for my family...

6: Babe Ruth | Lucky Lindy | Here are some of my heroes that came about in the United States in the 1920's

7: Babe Ruth was an American baseball player that was considered one of the most valuable players of all time. He was on baseball teams such as the Red Sox and the New York Yankees. | Charles Lindbergh also known as Lucky Lindy was the first person to make a solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927

8: The roaring twenties was a great happy time for many. Jazz music was a new kind of music that made the happy times fell even happier.

9: Louis Armstrong was one of the most famous jazz players of his time. He was a scat singer and a trumpeter!!!!!

10: PROHIBITION | Prohibition is when the government banned alcohol from the United States. This led to bootlegging, which is importing alcohol into the United States illegally

12: The radio is one of my favorites, you were able to hear coversations from places way to far away. Not only that but you could listen to a variety of different shows. | One of the biggest booms for the 1920s was the automobile. It was able to take you almost anywhere in no time at all.

13: No more food wasting with the refridgerator. I could save alot of my favorite dishes with this. | Life was great, new ideas were being made every day and it just seemed like every day life was getting better.

14: People's reaction to the stock market during the 1920's | Me and my friends got the chance to eat at a really nice restaurant we never noticed.

15: With the stock market up everyone was spending their money freely and buying luxurey items they wouldnt buy before. | SAVING MONEY

16: Women's Rights | Smoking was not a mens thing anymore....during this time many women started doing the same thing | Women celebrating their new rights as Flappers

17: Flappers | As showing off their new rights... women started cutting their hair short | One of the fashions of Flappers | Better Jobs..such as...Doctor's and Lawyer's

19: THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED | THE STOCK MARKET CRASHED

20: Once the stock market crashed many men did not know what to do... they would never be able to pay for every day needs.....all their money was lost in the stock market..

21: Many men resorted to jumping out of windows...committing suicide..so their family would be taken care of with the life insurance money...which you recieve if a family member dies..they did this so there family would not have to suffer | NOT GOOD......

22: CLOSED

23: After the stock market crashed many people went to the bank to get their savings out of there. Most of the money that they had was lost in the stock market.......Many banks closed after a while because they had no money to distribute....many peoples life savings were gone

24: Many elderly people who thought they were set for life actually had to go back and work the rest of their life because all their life savings were taken from the bank.

25: Some parents were not able to support their family's so chidren had to get jobs younger then usual.

26: Dustbowl

27: During the Great Depression there was something called the Dustbowl. The Dustbowl made all of the farming soil and grass unusable. Everything was covered in sand. The people who used this farming land did not have any way of making money anymore....they were forced to move and start over......

28: PRESIDENT HOOVER

29: Many people did not like President Hoover. They blamed him for all the of the bad things happening in the economy. At a time when the country needed him most he told them to toughen up and fend for themselves. | HOW HE CONTRIBUTED.... | Hoovervilles

30: FDR

31: NEW DEAL | FDR's plan was to get relief for the unemployed. He wanted to reform the banking systems with the agencies such as the National Recovery Administration (NRA) and the Agricultural Adjusstment Administration (AAA). People liked FDR's new plan because he let the people know that tings would get better and that their was hope.

32: Mr.Mascia is our favoritest teacherrrrrr EVERR!!!!

33: By: SaRaH kApLaN & hEaThEr RaMoS

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