1920s Culture - 13. ___________________ was the most famous...

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1920s Culture 1. In what year did women get the right to vote? ___________ 2. What was the first all talking movie?_______________ 3. _________________was the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. 4. _______________ gained fame with Steamboat Willie. 5. _______________ was the most famous dog in movies. 6. __________________ was known as the Empress of the Blues 7. ___________________ brought African American literature, music , and art to America. 8. ______________________was the first successful skyscraper. 9. ___________________ was Hitler’s book about his struggles and his hatred of Jews. 10. Which book by F. Scott Fitzgerald said that anyone can achieve anything? _______________________ 11. ____________ was the most fashionable hairstyle. 12. Women used___________________ to stay fit.
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Unformatted text preview: 13. ___________________ was the most famous dance in the 1920s. 14. _____________________ was the most famous boxer in this time. 15. ___________________ was a famous tennis star. 16.____________________ was now available year round. 17. __________________ was the religion that grew during this period. 18. Education institutions that promoted scientific facts in religion were called______________________________. 19. Factories boomed with the creation of _____________________ 20. _____________________ destroyed cotton plants in Georgia. 21. ______________________ was the movement of African Americans from the South to the North. 22. ___________ means well done. 23.________________ means an important person....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Siller during the Spring '10 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.

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