Popular names in the 1920s

1920 s- The Decade That Roared

1920’s- The Decade That Roared Social Issues, 1920-1929 The 1920s era went by such names as the Jazz Age, the Age of Intolerance, and the Age of Wonderful Nonsense. Under any moniker, the era embodied the beginning of modern America. Numerous Americans felt buoyed up following World War I (1914-1918). America had survived a

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1920 s- The Decade That Roared

1920’s- The Decade That Roared Social Issues, 1920-1929 The 1920s era went by such names as the Jazz Age, the Age of Intolerance, and the Age of Wonderful Nonsense. Under any moniker, the era embodied the beginning of modern America. Numerous Americans felt buoyed up following World War I (1914-1918). America had survived a

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Education and Popular Culture

Education and Popular Culture •Charles A. Lindbergh •George Gershwin •Georgia O’Keeffe •Sinclair Lewis •F. Scott Fitzgerald •Edna St. Vincent Millay •Ernest Hemingway The mass media, movies, and spectator sports played important roles in creating the popular culture of the 1920s—a culture that many artists and writers criticized.

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Chapter 1 Aircraft Designations and Popular Names

Aircraft Designations and Popular Names | 1 Chapter 1 Aircraft Designations and Popular Names Background on the Evolution of Aircraft Designations Aircraft model designation history is very complex. To fully understand the designations, it is important to know ... The Early 1920s. In General Order 541, issued in July 1920, two overall types of ...

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Education and Popular Culture

the popular culture of the 1920s—a culture that many artists and writers criticized. Much of today’s popular culture can trace its roots to the popular culture of the 1920s. WHY IT MATTERS NOWWHY IT MATTERS NOW On September 22, 1927, approximately 50 million Americans sat listening to their radios as Graham McNamee, radio’s most popu-

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Women, marriage, and flappers in the 1920's.

the 1920s. As novelist Willa Cather commented, "The world broke into two in 1922 or thereabouts." First, between 1880 and World War I, the overall birth rate fell, and the divorce rate increased. In addition, rates of sexual activity both before and outside marriage increased. Finally, greater numbers of

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Scientists of the 1920s

Title 1 Scientists of the 1920s . Overview: To understand the opinions and views of scientists in the 1920s, students will investigate a scientist from that era and create a Power Point summarizing their findings. Grade Range: 6-8 Objective: After completing this activity students will be able to: Identify scientific views of the 1920s.

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3. Germany in the 1920s

Germany in the 1920s 111 killed in all of the major wars fought between 1790 and 1914. In one battle in July, 1916 at Somme in France, Britain had over 60,000 casualties. That same year, Germany lost about 400,000 soldiers and France nearly half it’s army in the battle of Verdun. By the end of the war, France alone had lost 1.2 million soldiers.

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The top 100 names: 1900 Boys Girls By rank Alphabetically ...

The top 100 names: 1900 Boys Girls 1 John Abraham 79= 1 Mary Agnes 6 2 James Adam 30 2 Margaret Alexandrina 68 3 William Alan 90 3 Elizabeth Alexina 88 4 Robert Albert 35 4 Annie Alice 21 5 Alexander Alexander 5 5 Jane Alison 66= 6 George Alfred 31 6 Agnes Amelia 78 7 Thomas Allan 36 7 Isabella Ann 16 8 David Andrew 9 8 Catherine Anna 80=

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