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Wesleyan History Ch.7-1, 7-2, & 7-3 PEOPLE, 5th grade

Wesleyan History Chapter 7-1, 7-2, 7-3 people 5th grade
Who used threats & violence to scare people away -wore white robes & hooded masks
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Who flew the "Spirit of St.Louis" ?
Charles Lindbergh
Who flew from New York to Paris alone & without stopping?
Charles Lindbergh
Who worked delivering mail by plane between the cities of St.Louis & Chicago?
Charles Lindbergh
Who predicted that "in a few years the United States will be covered with a network of passenger, mail, & express lines."?
Charles Lindbergh
Who was the 1st woman to fly alone across the Atlantic (1932)?
Amelia Earhart
Who successfully flew from Newfoundland, in Canada, to Ireland?
Amelia Earhart
Who landed their plane in a pasture in Ireland?
Amelia Earhart
Who said "I've come from America" when they landed?
Amelia Earhart
Who decided to fly around the world with a navigator named Fredrick Noonan?
Amelia Earhart
Who was Amelia Earhart's navigator on her last flight?
Fredrick Noonan
Who was an architect who designed many of his buildings to blend the outdoors with the indoors?
Frank Lloyd Wright
Who's artistic style became known as prairie style?
Frank Lloyd Wright
Who was the architect who designed everything from single-family houses to a mile-high skyscraper (which was never built)?
Frank Lloyd Wright
Who helped create a new kind of American architecture?
Frank Lloyd Wright
Who was one of the most famous gangsters/gang members?
Al Capone
Who was the gangster who worked against the law to supply people with alcoholic becerages?
Al Capone
Who was a radio operator who soon saw other uses for radio?
David Sarnoff
Who's plan was to broadcast music to the radiosin people's homes?
David Sarnoff
Who had the 1st radio broadcast?
KDKA radio station
Who broadcast the results of a presidential election between Warren G. Harding (won) & James M. Cox?
KDKA radio station
Who won a 10-round boxing match against Jack Dempsey?
Gene Tunney
Who was a slugger that hit his 60th home run in 1927?
George Herman "Babe" Ruth
Who was a painter who drew inspiration for her artwork from the different places where she lived?
Georgia O'Keefe
Who was famous for his plain but vivid writing style?
Ernest Hemingway
Who were the 2 writers who wrote about society's problems?
F. Scott Fitzgerald & Sinclair Lewis
Who were 3 artists who painted realistic pictures of everyday scenes and of exciting events of the time?
Georgia O'Keefe,Edward Hopper, & Charles Burchfield
Who was the African American who sang blues music which influenced jazz?
Bessie Smith
Who were 2 of jazz's earliest performers?
Louis Armstrong & Jelly Roll Morton
Who was a saxophone player in the 1920's?
John Coltrane
Who said,"There are always new sounds to imagiine; new feelings to get at."?
John Coltrane
Who were 2 of the decades most popular composers (music writers)?
George & Ira Gershwin
Who were the brothers who wrote many songs together (even though they didn't write jazz, their music was influenced by jazz)?
George & Ira Gershwin
Who became famous for pieces like "Someone to Watch Over Me" & "Rhapsody in Blue"?
George Gershwin
Who was a composer known for his modern style - he used jazz in his "Music for the Theater" and "Piano Concerto"?
Aaron Copland
Who wrote musical comedies?
George M. Cohan
Who wrote the words & music for 20 musicals and starred in them as well?
George M. Cohan
Who were 2 singers who preformed in Harlem clubs?
Billie Holiday & Ethel Waters
Who was a dancer in the Harlem clubs?
Bill "Bojangles" Robinison
Who was a band leader in the Harlem clubs?
Duke Ellington
Who were 3 popular Harlem writers (of the Harlem Renaissance)?
Countee Cullen, Claude McKay, & Zora Neale Hurston
Who was a popular Harlem writer who wrote about what is was like to be an African American in the United States?
Langston Hughes