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The Roaring 20's to the Great Depression

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1: By Mimi and Sarah Period 5

2: Women started coming out more

3: A New fashion magazine for women comes out; Harper's Bazaar | The New Fashion for Women

4: Women's Suffrage Did not have the right to vote.

5: 19th Ammendment was ratified by Congress on August 26th 1920 (Mimi's birthday!)

6: During the night, people went to clubs and danced such as the Charleston, the Lindy Hop and the Swing

7: 1920s Music | Jazz was discovered. Duke Ellington (below) and many other African Americans broke out into Jazz.

8: Sports such as boxing (left), golf (center), and college football (right) became very popular. More and more people attended games for leisure

9: Babe Ruth and baseball became Ameria's favorite past time. Babe Ruth was idolized for his lifestyle and his homeruns

10: Many people protest to stop selling alcohol, since men came home drunk most often and ended up to domestic violence.

11: The restriction of alcohol led to Mafias forming | And illegal smuggling of alcohol and other crimes | From L to R Al Capone, Tommy Pennochio, Joe Lonardo Gang leaders

12: During Warren G. Harding's Presidency, the Republican government was corrupt and injustice. | Secretary of the Interior, Albert B. Fall, was leasing government oil reserves to two businessmen for $400,000 in return.

13: The Red Scare | Calvin Coolidge took Presidency after Harding; helped bring justice to the corrupt government

14: Racial groups such as the KKK were created and performed anti-racial crimes, | Mainly to African Americans, and other minorities

15: Crimes mostly involved racial actions, gangs, or illegal smuggling of alcohol.

16: Many books were created during the Roaring 20's..

17: Charles Lindbergh makes a solo flight across the Atlantic for the first time ever in history on March 20th, 1927. He landed 33 hours and 30 minutes later, flying from New York to Paris.

18: Repeal of Prohibition | The End | Of the

19: End: Black Tuesday | Roaring 20's

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  • Title: The Roaring 20's to the Great Depression
  • Mimi and Sarah, Period 6 Social Studies
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