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Week 17 SS

The Roaring Twenties

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Bootleggers was the name for people who illegally sold and distributed alcohol.
Flappers Women in the Jazz Age, who wore short skirts, short hair, and lots of makeup were called
The Assembly Line a system in which workers stand in one place and put parts together as the pieces go by on a moving belt.
silent movies Movies without sound
18th amendment outlawed the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol in the U.S.
19th amendment 1920 gave women the right to vote.
talkies Movies with sound
Louis Armstrong most popular jazz musician of his time
Charles Lindbergh first person to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927
In the 1920`s jazz was the most popular musical form which was influenced African American
People could no longer drink in bars, they would go to Speakeasies consume alcohol illegally.
Harlem Renaissance. Great achievements in art and learning by African Americans during the 1920's was called the
Babe Ruth played for the New York Yankees and was one of America’s greatest baseball players.
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