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History chapter 24

lesson 3

KDKA first commercial radio station
NBC national broadcasting company
CBS coulmbia broadcasting company
The Jazz Singer first motion picture with sound
Talkie motion picture with sound
Mary Pickford Americas Sweatheart
George Herman "Babe" Ruth shattered the home run record
Satchel Paige and Josh Gibson famous negro baseball players
Gertrude Ederle became the first women to swim the English channel between England and France
Charles Lindbergh dominated the national news in 1927 when he completed the first nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic ocean traveling from New York to Paris
Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic
Sigmund Freund devolved psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis method for examining human behavior to find out why people behave the way they do
Roaring Twenties 1920's became known as this because of booming economy and exciting forms of entertainment
Jazz Age explosion in the popularity of jazz music gave the 20's this nickname
Dances of the Twenties Charleston, toddle , and shimmy
Louis Armstrong experimented with his voice to make new sounds and rrhythms to make a new kind of music
Bessie Smith became known as empresses of the blues for her music
Harlem Renaissance period of African american artistic accomplishment
Langston Hughes produced poems, plays, and novels about African american life
Claude McKay poet and artist who spoke out against racial discrimination
Zora Neale Aurston wrote "Their Eyes Were Watching God"
Earnest Hemingway wrote short stories and novels and gained fame for his powerful and direct writing style
Lost Generation writers who criticized American society in the 1920's
Expatriates people who leave their home country to live elsewhere
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote "The Great Gatsby and focused on the loss of mortality behind the seemingly fun and free-spirited times of the Jazz Age
Sinclair Lewis first African American to receive the Nobel prize in literature
Georgia O'Keeffe well known for her detained paintings of the flowers and of the Southwest
Deco new architect style
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