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Jazz Age: Inventions

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James Madison

on 1 October 2012

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Jazz Age Inventions By: Minji Ryuh and Olivia Staton The Jazz Age The Automobile Carbon Filament Light Bulb Liquid Fueled Rocket The Jazz Age was an era of popular culture and new found prosperity in the United States after World War I. It was a reaction to the hardships experienced during the war. Despite the fact that the Jazz Age only lasted for a short period of time, an abundance of experimentation occurred and contributed to a multitude of new inventions. Invented by Henry Ford in 1920
Stimulated the economy more than any other industry
It became a necessity to own a car
Increased leisure time Invented by Lewis Howard Latimer
Improved Thomas Edison's paper filament light bulb by using a carbon filament
The lights didn't burn out as quickly
Installed this new lighting system in the streets of NYC
Made possible the widespread use of light Invented by Robert Goddard
Used gasoline and liquid oxygen
Ushered a new age that led to the space race Antibiotics Discovered by Alexander Fleming
Altered the treatment of bacterial infections
Produced a huge pharmaceutical industry
Rescued many lives during WWII Frozen Food 1925
Developed by Clarence Birdseye
A way of freezing food while maintaining its flavor
Convenient and handy Created by Jacob Schick
Faster &Convenient
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