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The Roaring 20's

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TermDefinition
Mobility Ability to move easily & quickly
Louis Armstrong an african american musician who became one of the best known jazz performs of the 20th century
Blues (music) a style of music developed mainly by african performers that recognizes that sad times are as much a part of life as happy times
broadcast industry the businesses that were created in fields of radio and televison
Electrification the spread of electric power
Duke Ellington A famous African american composer and performer of jazz music
Scott F. Fitzgerald A famous writer of novels and stories that described life life in the 1920's
Great Migration the movement African American out of the south to the north , mid-west and west. Began in the 1910's through 1920's
Harlem Renaissance rapid growth of African american art, literature & music that started 1920's-1930's and centered neighborhoods of harlem NY
Langston Hughes African American poet and writer blended African american & american culture roots
Jacob Lawerance artist, famous for paintings about African American history 1930's mainly because of his Great Migration
Jazz Developed by African American in the early 1900's music is mainly about lively spirt
Bessie smith very popular blues singer
Georgia O'Keeffe famous artist for her paintings of southwest, urban (city) scene and flower paintings.
Suburbs/ Suburban areas outside cities
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