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Roaring 20's

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Katie Bird

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Roaring 20's

Roarin' Twenties Transportation History of cars
The first working car was
made in 1807 The car only became popular with the
invention of the asembly line in 1913-14 The model T made this possible along with the newer model A. The Care opened up more of america to the common person. The higher class would drive
a rolls royce. Guests Entertainment Some might come by
train Others might take a taxi Food in the 1920's
1920's Dinner Menu New cooking Techniques in the 1920's Typical Family Meals Fridge/Freezer Gas Stoves Dishwasher Washer/Dryer Vacuums Condiments Instant Foods Dinner


Meat
Potatoes
Vegetables
Lunch
Sandwich
Soup
Salad Breakfast
Juice
Dry Cereal
Eggs
Toast Appetizers Dinner
Desserts Waldorf Salad
Asparagus w/ Gratin
Tomato Aspic
Potato Buiscuits/batter
Beef Sirloin
Trout Almondine Pineapple Upside down cake
Macaroons
Fruit Gelatin Tea Sandwhiches
Fruit Salad
Salmon Rolls
Shrimp coctail
Little candies and nuts
Speakeasy spinach dip
Jazz Age Popular Artists
Black Bottom Stomp (1927) Car Tricks
Magicians like Harry Houdini
The Jitter Bug Football
Tennis
Swimming
Skating
Bands
Dancers
Comedy Acts
Music Fashion Typical Flapper Dress Cloche Fashion History Women's clothes became shorter and more revealing
Black suits for men were very popular
Trousers and suspenders on casual days
To Wear to the Party: Men: tailcoat, top hats,
silver, white or black ties
Women: flapper type dresses,.and
hats (cloche) Beverages History Was fueled by anti-German sentiment
prohibition: 1920's
21st amendment for prohibition on Dec. 5, 1933
rumrunners: smuggle alcohol
hard liquors was easier
1933 21st amendment was ratified Drinks Non-Alcoholic:
tea
soft drinks
grape juice Alcoholic:
wine
champagne
mixed drinks
"bathtub" gin
cocktails
martinis
mint julep The Mob:
Al Capone
Johnny Torrio
Dion O'Banion Entertainment:
Douglas Fairbanks
Louis Armstrong
Al Jolson
Walt Disney
Mary Pickford Government:
Warren Harding
Calvin Coolidge
Herbert Hoover Duke Ellington
Louis Armstrong
Jelly Roll Morton What is Jazz?
Instruments
Style FoxTrot
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