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Roaring 20s

5th Grade Study Guide

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Who was Babe Ruth? Babe Ruth was a popular Baseball pitcher and outfielder for the NY Yankees who set a homerun record during the 1927 season.
Who was Louis Armstrong? Louis Armstrong was an influential African American jazz musician and singer: he played the trumpet
Who was Henry Ford? Henry Ford was a famous entrepreneur who made the Model T on an assembly line.
Who was Langston Hughes? Langston Hughes was a famous African author who wrote poems, books and plays about the lives of African Americans.
Who was Charles Lindbergh Charles Lindbergh became the first person to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean.
What is an assembly line? An assembly line is a system in which workers stand in one place and put parts together as the pieces go on a moving belt; decreases costs.
What was the Harlem Renaissance? The Harlem Renaissance was the period in which artists used writing, music, and painting to share the ideas and feelings about life for African Americans.
What was the 18th Amendment? The 18th Amendment outlawed the sale , purchase and transporting of alcohol.
What was the 18th Amendment also know as? The 18th Amendment was also known as the Prohibition Law.
What is a fast- paced dance known as? The Charleston is known as a fast-paced dance.
What type of music began in New Orleans? Jazz is a type of music that began in New Orleans.
What were the Roaring 20`s? The Roaring 20`s was an exciting decade following WWI filled with advances in technology such as the radio, movies and automobile. Many people bought many items on credit from the bank.
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