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The 1920s

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Transcript of The 1920s

Overview
History
Culture
Events
Inventions
Famous People
Art
Music
Dance
Advertisements
Literature
Art
Fashion
The 1920s
By: Riley Martens, Kit Seipp, Emily Chambers, Meg Voreh, and Bree Reed
Culture
Post WWI
Party atmosphere
Women gain power
Prohibition in place
Partying
Women smoke and drink
Women go to clubs
Don't get married right away
1920
19th Amendment Passed
Woman's Suffrage
August 18th
Gives woman right to vote
1920
Warren G. Harding
Wins election
60% popular (Largest in history)
75% EC
Republican
From Ohio
Wins by landslide
1921
Emergency Quota Act
May 19
set amount of imigrants allowed to enter US
Sacco-Vanzetti Case
Controversial topic
2 men murdered 16,000 stolen
Accused of murdered
Anarchist
1922
The USSR Is Established
December 30
1920's Literature
Russia
Belorussia
Ukraine
Trancaucasian Republic
1922
The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
Tales of the Jazz Age ( F. Scott Fitzgerald)
The Side of Paradise ( F. Scott Fitzgerald)
The Age of Innocence ( Edith Wharton
Main Street (Sinclair Lewis)
Women in Love (D. H. Lawrence)
Winnie-the-Pooh (A.A Minlne)
King Tutankhamun's Tomb is Found
Dance
November 26
Archaeologist Howard Carter
Valley of Kings
Sealed for more that 3000 years
1923
President Warren Harding Dies
August 2
Heart Attack
Calvin Coolidge sworn in
Music
Beer Hall Putsch (Germany)
November 8
Hitler and 2000 Nazi's failed attempt to overthrow government
1924
First Winter Olympic Games
January 25
Known as Winter Sports Week
French Alps in Chamonix, France
16 nations
Norway recieved most medals
Indian Citizenship Act
June 2nd
American-born Native Americans
granted citizenship
1924
1925
Nellie Tayloe Ross
January 5
First US Women Governor
Wyoming
Italy Becomes Dictatorship
January 3
Mussolini declares control of Italy
Becomes dictatorship
1926
US Route 66
Runs from Chicago to Los Angeles
1927
Work on Mt. Rushmore
Begins on October 4
1928
Amelia Earhart
Career begins
First woman to fly over Atlantic Ocean
Does not return later in 1930s
Teapot Dome Scandal
Mickey & Minnie Mouse
May 15
First appearance on television
1929
Stock Market Crashes
October 25
Comes to close
Albert B. Fall, ex-Secretary of the Interior, admits to accepting $100,000 bribe for releasing an oil reserve
Fined $100,000
October 29
Causes Americans to lose $50 billion
Sparks worst economic depression in U.S. history
Fashion
The new dances appealed to the youth
Dances like the Tango and Charleston received a huge boost in popularity
new generation of dancers was swaying, hugging, and grinding to the fast and new up beat music
Jazz & Blues
Art & Interior Design
Inventions
Women
Boyish Figure
Mid-calf length
Flat chests & narrow hips
Youthful
Short hair
Make up was fashionable
Hats
Flappers
Band-Aid
First robot
Lie detector
Synthetic insulin
First 3-D movie
Traffic signal
Electric Shaver
Penicillin
Bubble gum
Yo-yo
Mickey & Minnie Mouse
Reese's peanut butter cups
Most dances were considered scandalous because they involved physical contact between partners
Schools taught dancing to small children, while churches used dances to attract young people
Citations

http://www.1920-30.com/art/
Famous People
Henry Ford - inventor
Babe Ruth- baseball player
F. Scott Fitzgerald - writer
Warren G. Harding - president
Herbert Hoover - president
Andy Griffith - born in this time period later became a famous actor
Rudolph Valentino - actor in silent films, known as the "Latin Lover"
Albert Einstein - Scientist
New customs
Jazz: Trumpets, trombones, bass, drums
Blues: Guitars, banjo, piano, zithers, cello, mandolin, ukulele
Louis Armstrong
Audience Participation
Infamous People
Al Capone - Gangster
Dan Schultz - Gangster
Charles Luciano - Gangster
Ruth Snyder - Killer
Citations

http://www.charlestonchallengedownunder.com.au/history/
https://www.pinterest.com/paulasaro/1920s-dance/
http://www.rarenewspapers.com/view/216979
https://www.haikudeck.com/the-1920s-by-kailtyn-and-jj-education-presentation-NR4JUurpUc
http://www.holidaysmart.com/1ameliaearhart.htm
http://galleryhip.com/steamboat-willie-wallpaper.html
http://www.1920-30.com/dance/
http://www.wentworthstudio.com/historic-styles/art-deco/
http://blog.hersheyarchives.org/category/hershey-chocolate/products/
http://sjmv.org/Campus/Class/scinventors/bandaid/bandaid.html
http://blog.sciencemuseum.org.uk/insight/2013/03/15/1920-penicillin-discovery/
http://www.thinglink.com/scene/526385590929719297
http://tagsrwc.com/the_ebullet/2012/07/the-ebullet-volume-12-special-edition-remembering-andy-griffith-july-2012/
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/babe-ride-texas-man-buys-ruth-48-lincoln-article-1.1185756
http://www.biography.com/people/f-scott-fitzgerald-9296261
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolph_Valentino#/media/File:Rudolph_valentino_i_sangue_e_arena,_1922.jpg
http://fashions-cloud.com/pages/l/lie-detector-1920/
http://8c4625.medialib.glogster.com/media/fd27df8648be45bb003d0dd6e63187b8336990d011af653c8b6458fddeb54729/king-olivers-creole-jazz-band-1920.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0e/Louis_Armstrong_restored.jpg
https://www.pinterest.com/DarthSober/prohibition-posters/
https://doesntcosttheearth.wordpress.com/category/how-to/
http://local.aaca.org/bntc/slang/slang.htm
http://history1900s.about.com/od/1920s/a/flappers.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flapper
http://www.thinglink.com/scene/569605056375029762http://hello-tuesday.deviantart.com/art/Vintage-Stock-Flapper-4-303209880
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1920s
http://www.myinterestingfacts.com/flapper-facts/

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Conclusion
Jazz age
Party atmosphere
Fashion, dance, & music are big
Ends horribly
Great Depression compared to "hangover" of real life
Now you guys are going to learn to dance... but the 1920's way!
Men
Bright colors
Slim, simple suits
Wide-legged trousers
Boyish, younger look
Flappers
Before : Gibson girl
Wholesome
Accomplished
Intellectual
WWI
Many young men died
Many women without partners
Flappers
Young
Drink, smoke, dance
"Short" skirts
Applied makeup in public
Iconic
Fast Facts
Ice hockey in its first three matches the Canadian team scored 85 times without conceding any goals
Canada won the tournament scoring 122 goals
only three scored against them
10,004 paying spectators
The official medal ceremony was not held until February 5th
As some athletes had already gone home, Frantz Reichel presented their medals to other members of their teams.
Surrealism Movement
Post-World War I
Developed new techniques
Automatic drawing
Automatic painting
Frottage
Fumage
Grattage
Parsemage
Artist takes a pastel or pencil or other drawing tool and makes a rubbing over an uneven surface
Frottage
Fumage

Impressions are made by the smoke of a candle or kerosene lamp on a piece of paper or canvas.
Grattage
Technique in painting in which usually wet paint is scraped off the canvas.
Art Deco
Movement in decorative arts
Affected architecture
major style in Europe from the early 1920s
Caught on in the U.S. in 1928.
Art Deco is characterised by use of materials such as
aluminium
stainless steel
inlaid wood
sharkskin
zebraskin
Use of zigzag and stepped forms, and sweeping curves, chevron patterns,
Two American artists with large impact
Maxfield Parrish
C. Coles Phillips
Very popular in the twenties
Wanted by collectors today.
Interior Design & Architecture
Art Deco was not only art but a design style as well
Buildings commonly had
Hard-edged low-relief designs:
Geometric shapes
Chevron
Zigg zagg
Floral and sunrise patterns
Shapes and decorations inspired by Native American culture
Stucco
Concrete
Smooth stone
Terracotta
Steel
Aluminum
Glass blocks
Opaque plate glass
Materials
Roof
flat roofs with parapets
spires,
tower-like entrance
Extras such as chimneys were added to further enhancedesign

Windows
appear as punctured openings
either square or round
Arranged in horizontal bands of glass
Wall openings filled with decorative glass or glass blocks

Entrance
Doorways surrounded with elaborate pilasters and pediments
door surrounds are either reeding (convex decoration) or fluting (concave decoration)
Extras
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