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People of the 1900s

TermDefinition
Babe Ruth played for the New York Yankees
Babe Ruth Born in 1895, Died in 1948
Babe Ruth Sultan of Swat
Babe Ruth Ranked as the best pitcher
Babe Ruth inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1938
Babe Ruth most famous for hitting tons of home runs
Henry Ford Model T Ford
Henry Ford Born in 1863, Died in 1947
Henry Ford made the first affordable car
Henry Ford he tried to end WWI
Henry Ford born near Dearborn, Michigan
Henry Ford famous for cars affordable and the assembly line
Louis Armstrong famous for playing the trumpet
Louis Armstrong born 1901, died 1971
Louis Armstrong famous jazz musician
Louis Armstrong learned to read music from a mellophonist
Louis Armstrong in 1922 he played his second concert in Chicago
charles lindbergh spirit of St. Louis
charles lindbergh born 1902, died 1974
charles lindbergh famous for his solo flight to Paris, France
charles lindbergh awarded the Medal of Honor in 1927
charles lindbergh nicknamed "Lucky Lindy"
charles lindbergh his father was elected to the US Congress
Langston Hughes The Weary Blues
Langston Hughes born 1902, died 1967
Langston Hughes famous for being a poet, journalist, and a dramatist
Langston Hughes showed some of his poems to Vachel Lindsay
Langston Hughes got his BA degree at Lincoln University
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