The Roaring 20's

  • Henry Ford&& the Assembly Line

    Henry Ford&& the Assembly Line
    Henry Ford didn't invent the assembly line or the automobile however, in 1913 he began to mass produce the Model T using the assembly line.
  • End of World War 1

    The Treaty of Versailles ends World War 1
  • First League of Nations meeting

    First League of Nations meeting
    The League of Nations met for the first time, results in the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles which ended the fighting of World War 1. 9 days later, the United States Senate votes against joinging the League.
  • Prohibition

    The 18 amendment to the constitution was ratified. When this amendment went into affect making the manufacture, sale and transportation of liquor illegal and beginning prohibition in the United States.
  • 19th Amendment

    19th Amendment
    Women were granted the right to vote when the 19th amendment was ratified. The amendment grants universal women's suffrage.
  • The Charleston

    The Charleston
    The Charleston Dance becomes popular after appearing with the song "The Charleston," by James P. Johnson in the Broadway musical. The dance was traced by to blacks who lived on an island off the coast of Charleson, South Carolina.
  • Scopes "Monkey Trial"

    Scopes "Monkey Trial"
    Trial begins and would later convict John T. Scopes of teaching the theory of evolution at a Dayton, Tennessee high school, which violated Tennessee law. He was fined $100 for the charge.