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1920s Culture Key 1. In what year did women get the right to vote? 1920 2. What was the first all talking movie? The Jazz Singer 3. Charles Lindbergh was the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. 4. Mickey Mouse gained fame with Steamboat Willie. 5.Rin Tin Tin was the most famous dog in movies. 6. Bessie Smith was known as the Empress of the Blues 7. The Harlem Renaissance brought African American literature, music , and art to America. 8. The Woolworth Building was the first successful skyscraper. 9. Mein Kampf 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? The Great Gatsby 11. The bob was the most fashionable hairstyle.
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Women used tapeworm pills to stay fit. 13. The Charleston was the most famous dance in the 1920s. 14. Jack Dempsey was the most famous boxer in this time. 15. Bill Tilden was a famous tennis star. 16. Orange juice was now available year round. 17. Roman Catholicism was the religion that grew during this period. 18. Education institutions that promoted scientific facts in religion were called incubators of agnosticism. 19. Factories boomed with the creation of the assembly line. 20. The boll weevil destroyed cotton plants in Georgia. 21. The Great Migration was the movement of African Americans from the South to the North. 22. Attaboy means well done. 23. Big Cheese means an important person....
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