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  • Powerpoint Jeopardy Booming Economy 1920’s Government Cultural Tensions 1920’s Cultural Trends Harlem Renaissance 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
  • The inventor of the Model T, a car that made the automobile an affordable mode of transportation for nearly all Americans. – 10 points
  • Buying stocks on credit – 20 points
    • The rapid manufacture of large numbers of identical products.
    • The assembly line
    • Scientific Management
    • Mass Production
    • Installment Production
    • – 30 points
    • One group who suffered while
    • the majority of Americans
    • experienced an economic boom
    • was.....
    • Suburban Americans
    • Farmers
    • Christians
    • Mexican-Americans
    • – 40 points
  • Name two ways that the introduction of cars changed the American way of life. – 50 points
  • Warren G. Harding’s friends who he appointed to a number of jobs within the president’s cabinet were known as the …… – 10 points
    • An agreement with multiple
    • countries to “outlaw” war.
    • Washington Naval Disarmament
    • Dawes Plan
    • Kellogg-Briand Pact
    • Teapot Dome Agreement
    • – 20 points
  • T or F, both Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge believed in a laissez-faire (hands-off) approach to the economy. – 30 points
    • During the Teapot Dome Scandal,
    • Albert Fall….
    • Sold Naval oil reserves for bribes
    • Bought $70,000 worth of floor cleaner
    • Fired Andrew Mellon
    • Set up a plan to pay off Germany’s
    • war debts
    • – 40 points
    • An agreement to help Germany
    • pay off their war debts
    • Kellogg-Briand Pact
    • Washington Naval Pact
    • Dawes Plan
    • Teapot Dome Scandal
    • – 50 points
  • Court case that pitted the teaching of evolution in public schools against Christianity. – 10 points
  • Racist group that used scare tactics to terrorize Jews, African- Americans, Catholics, and other immigrants. – 20 points
    • Laws passed by Congress in
    • the 1920’s to limit the number
    • of immigrants from certain
    • countries
    • Quota System
    • Volstead Act
    • Red Scare System
    • Fundamentalism Act
    • – 30 points
    • Which amendment to the Constitution
    • made alcohol illegal (aka Prohibition)
    • 19 th Amendment
    • 21 st Amendment
    • 10 th Amendment
    • 18 th Amendment
    • – 40 points
  • Underground bars where people could illegally drink alcohol during the years of prohibition. – 50 points
  • America’s home run king in the 1920’s. – 10 points
    • The most popular silent film
    • star, played the “Little Tramp”
    • in movies such as The Gold
    • Rush. – 20 points
    • Bessie Smith
    • Louis Armstrong
    • Charlie Chaplin
    • Charles Lindbergh
    • The first motion picture movie
    • with sound was called…– 30 points
    • Robin Hood
    • The Great Gatsby
    • The Jazz Singer
    • A Farewell To Arms
  • Woman in the 1920’s who followed a fashion trend that included wearing short skirts with a cropped “bob” hair cut. – 40 points
    • Author of The Great Gatsby , which
    • talked about the American dream in
    • the 1920’s turning into a nightmare.
    • Langston Hughes
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • Ernest Hemingway
    • Louis Armstrong
    • – 50 points
  • A form of music based on improvisation with branched from the blues and ragtime music. This form of music began in New Orleans. – 10 points
    • African-American who encouraged
    • black nationalism, and a “Back to
    • Africa” movement.
    • W.E.B. DuBois
    • Booker T. Washington
    • Marcus Garvey
    • Langston Hughes
    • – 20 points
  • The “Empress of Blues,” this jazz singer became one of the richest African-American artists of the 1920’s. – 30 points
    • One of the most prominent
    • African-American novelists of
    • the 1920’s, his novels often
    • celebrated the African-American
    • culture. – 40 points
    • Langston Hughes
    • Louis Armstrong
    • Charles Lindbergh
    • Ernest Hemingway
  • The period during the 1920’s in which African-American novelists, poets, singers, and artists celebrated the African-American heritage. – 50 points