From: History is Old
PowerPoint Presentation on the 1920's (1919-1929). Covers postwar (WWI) changes, the Republican presidencies, social, political, and economic changes. Including, but not limited to the arts and entertainment, scandal and organized crime, foreign policy, and the lead-up to the Great Crash and Depression.
Based on AMSCO Review Guide. Period 7 (1898-1945) of the new AP US History Curriculum Framework. Skeletal framework, must augment presentation with prior knowledge or while using the AMSCO text.
Begins with two essential questions and contains links to all images and primary sources for analysis, as well as suggested links for continued exploration. Includes a video of Aimee Semple McPherson imbedded. Also includes a comparison slide: looking at opposing views of the Scopes Trial.
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APUSH, Advanced Placement United States History, Period 7, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, Teapot Dome Scandal, Lost Generation, Harlem Renaissance, Automobile, Radio, Consumerism, Advertising, 18th Amendment, Prohibition, Al Capone, Babe Ruth, Charles Lindbergh, Jack Dempsey, Fundamentalism, Modernity, Scopes Monkey Trial, Roaring Twenties, Jazz Age