The Roaring Twenties was the nickname of the decade after World War 1. This was a
time in which Americans had a new sense of freedom, and accomplished new and amazing
things. One of these Americans was Charles Lindbergh. Thi
America practiced the policy of isolationism first when President George Washington
refused to help the French during the French Revolution. Some people still wanted that idea to
cover America, but others were in favor of imperialism.
In 1867, Secretary of State William Sewards idea of an all-American, North
American continent led to the purchasing of Alaska.
Seward pushed Congress to buy it, and after 2 months Alaska was bought
for $7.2 million.
Alaska had resources such as
Jordan Caurvina and Abby Chobany
While societies have preserved foods through drying, smoking, sugaring, freezing, and
salting for hundreds of years, the ability to safely store and ship food in glass and metal canisters
France: Raymond Poincar
August 20, 1860- October 15, 1934
Studied law at the University of Pairs
Been in power from 1913 to 1929
Role during World War I was President of France
One important thing that he did was help with the Treaty of Versailles