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In which industry did Guglielmo Marconi and David Sarnoff work Communications
uring Prohibition, the people that continued to produce, sell, and transport alcohol were known as Bootleggers.
Which of the following was a result of Prohibition in the 1920s Fall of the stock market
Why did African Americans move from the South to these states between 1910 and 1930 There were more jobs.
. The Great Migration North of African Americans was the subject of which painter Jacob Lawrence
F. Scott Fitzgerald is to John Steinbeck as Aaron Copland is to George Gershwin
Which artist of the 1920's and 30's was known for urban scenes, flowers, and later paintings of the Southwest Georgia O'Keeffe
During the 1920s, the literary and artistic movement centered on African American culture was known as the Harlem Renaissance
This musician, nicknamed “Satchmo”, was a great jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong
He was considered one of the most beloved pantomime artists; his clown antics entertained millions. Charlie Chaplin
This person wrote about migrant workers in the Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck
This person was a pianist and composer of the Harlem Renaissance and helped to make the Cotton Club famous. Duke Ellington
This person wrote about the emptiness and lack of concern in the 1920s in the novel The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald
This person took the first solo flight to Paris in 1927. Charles Lindbergh
his person’s inventions made electrification in the home and workplace possible. Alexander Graham Bell
Whose invention made air travel possible Wright Brothers
Rebirth of activities in art and literature by African Americans. Harlem Renaissance
Someone who writes novels. Novelist
created a series of paintings detaling the events of the great migration north. Narrator
To represent somebody or something in words describe
Someone who writes music. Composer
Popular music that originated among African American people characterized by unique rhythms. Blues music
An artist known for urban scenes and later paintings of the Southwest. george o kelffe
A novelist who wrote about the Jazz Age of the 1920’s F. scott fitsgareled
A novelist who portrayed the strength of poor migrant workers during the 1930’s john steinback
Composer who wrote unique American music. Aaron copland
Composer who wrote unique American music? George Gershiwn
An African American painter who chronicled the experiences of the Great Migration north through art. Jacob larwrence
An African American poet who combined the experiences of African and American cultural roots. angston hughes
An African American jazz composer. Duke elligton
An African American jazz composer. louise armstrong
An African American blues singer Bessie smith
Places created for people to drink alcoholic beverages during Prohibition speakeasy
When African Americans moved up North and the Midwest to find jobs and escape discrimination in the South. Great migraton
To have an insufficient supply of inadiquite
Repealed the 18th Amendment (ended Prohibition) 21 amendment
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