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The 1920's was a roaring period full of happiness.

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Abi Surratt

on 16 December 2014

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Transcript of The 1920's was a roaring period full of happiness.

Henry Ford
Henry Ford invented the automobile, and used the assembly line to mass produce cars. The assembly line helped to make cars faster and is still used today.
Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong was a famous jazz music in the 1920's.
He played the trumpet. Louis Armstrong became popular in the 20's and was still popular in the 30's.
Langston Hughes
Langston Hughes was a famous poet in the 20's. Some poems that he wrote were "As I Grew Older", "Let America be America Again",and "Mother to Son".
Charles Lindbergh
Lindbergh made the first solo flight across the Atlantic in the 20's.
Margret Mitchell
Jesse Owens
He was a famous Olympic rack star and won four gold medals in the 30's.
Herbert Hoover
Herbert Hoover was the president of the United States when the Depression started in 1929. Some people belive Hoover was the cause of the Depression.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin Roosevelt was the president who brought us out of the Depression. He created the New Deal that helped Americans find homes and jobs. Fun Fact: FDR had polio
The 1920's and 30's
There are a lot of differences between the 20's and 30's but they were also alike in ways.
Margret Mitchell is the author of
Gone With The Wind
. It is a famous book that turned into a movie. Mitchell wrote it book in the 30's.
Overall the 20's and 30's were two total different periods of time. They were alike in a few ways.
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