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history chap 13

Prohibition manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol was legally prohibited
speakeasy illegal places where they drank alcohol
bootlegger smugglers of alcohol
fundamentalism believed the bible is literal
Clarence Darrow a famous trial lawyer
Scopes Trial a fight over religious teachings and evolution in schools
flapper women that embraced new trends like smoking and short hair
double standard giving more or less to people
Charles A. Lindbergh first person to fly across the Atlantic non stop
George Gershwin concert music composer
Georgia O'Keeffe made intensely colored canvas
Sinclair Lewis the first american to win the nobel prize in literature
F. Scott Fitzgerald coined the term jazz age
Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote poems celebrating youth
Ernest Hemingway best known expatriate
Zora Neal Hurston a girl that liked to read
James Weldon Johnson poet, lawyer, and NAACP executive secretary
Marcus Garvey immigrant from Jamaica
Harlem Renaissance flowering creativity
Claude McKay novelist and poet
Langston Hughes movements best known poet
Paul Robeson the son of a one time slave and an actor
Louis Armstrong young trumpet player
Duke Ellington a jazz pianist and composer
Bessie Smith a female blues singer
Created by: sylasmurray