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The Jazz Age and Advances of the 1920's

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William Mattise-Lorenzen

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The Jazz Age and Advances of the 1920's
by William Mattise-Lorenzen

Medical Breakthroughs
The biggest being penicillin and insulin
Also antibacterial drugs
Movies
Silent Movies were big
First Theater were called Nickelodeons
The most famous silent movie actor was Charlie Chaplin
The Radio!
One of the most important appliances in a home
Provided many with entertainment
Many uses replaced by TV
Gennett Records began recording Jazz groups in Chicago
Musicians from New Orleans traveled North for employment opportunities
Prohibition and speakeasy made it easy to find jobs in small cabarets, dance halls and ballrooms
Luis Armstrong first appeared in 1923
Conclusion
In my research I found many interesting thing that I did know now before. Many around music and the medical things. I also had no idea that movie theater were called Nickelodeons. I did know about the radio and that jazz music was big. but I did know know why. So I found that also interesting to read up on.
Jazz History in the 20's
Bibliography
Scott, Robert. "1920-30.com." The 1920s. N.p., 2013. Web. 18 Nov. 2014.

"Jazz History: The Standards (1920s)." Jazz History: The Standards (1920s). N.p., 2012. Web. 20 Nov. 2014.
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