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Roaring 20s - Jazz Age 5th grade
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a district of Manhattan in New York City
time period when African Americans were expressing themselves and exposing their culture through music, art, and literature
famous writer of books, poetry, & drama
famous jazz musician
musical form that was influenced by African Americans traditions; style of music that uses a lot of improvisation
outlawed the making, selling, and transporting of alcoholic beverages
gave women the right to vote
system in place in which workers stand in one place and put parts together as the pieces go by on the moving belt
famous baseball player in the 1920s; set many world records
perfected the assembly line, which made production of cars quicker and also more affordable
first person to fly across the Atlantic Ocean
Era of expression by African American artists, musicians, and writers
women who wore short skirts, short hair, and lots of makeup; smoked and drank in public
a complete ban on alcohol
the making of large quantities of goods that are exactly alike
public forms of communication that reaches large audiences
The Great Migration
The migration of thousands of African-Americans from the South to the North and West. African Americans were looking to escape the problems of racism in the South and felt they could seek out better jobs and an overall better life in the North and West.
Caused the rise of the standard of living
New technologies, such as automobiles, airplanes, radios, and movies, that were mass produced on assembly lines. Also, the availability of electricity to middle class families made life more standardized.
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