1930s 5th hour

  • Sports and Music: Sports Golden Age Ends

    Sports and Music: Sports Golden Age Ends
    The 1920's was the golden age in sports, every sport seemed to be dominated by one group of people or person. But in 1930 when Bobby Jones retired it was clear the golden age was over.
  • Sports and Music: Country Music becomes popular

    Sports and Music: Country Music becomes popular
    The first country music was recorded in the 1920s but really became popular in the 1930s. These music types inclueded country gospel,bluegrass,duets, and western swing.
  • Science and Technology: Dust Bull

    Science and Technology: Dust Bull
    The dust bowl caused many people to move north. It also caused the great depreshion.
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    1930s

  • Science and Technology: Scotch Tape

    Science and Technology: Scotch Tape
    The scotch tape was as great business and still is today. It has a adhesive to hold or to bond things together. Scotch is slang for cheap. It was cheap tape.
  • fads and trends

    fads and trends
    most monopoly games beacame popular.bettie boop became a favorite cartoon hottie.the slinky was invented in this time of year.
  • World Events: Great Depression

    World Events: Great Depression
    The great depression was a time of poorness and disparity. People invested millions of dollars into the stockmarket only to be losed in seconds
  • Sports and Music: Music drives people through the great depression

    Sports and Music: Music drives people through the great depression
    Even though times were tough music was what kept america together. There were many types of music. These music include country gospel, bluegrass, duets, and western swing.
  • Sports and Music: Star Spangled banner becomes national anthem

    Sports and Music: Star Spangled banner becomes national anthem
    On march 3, 1931 our country gained a new national anthem. Written in 1814 by Fancis Scott Key an american lawyer, and is still our national anthen today.
  • Science and Technology: Empire State Building

    Science and Technology: Empire State Building
    It was the tallest building of its time, standing at 1,250 feet tall. IT was a building of businesses. It was a New York City icon.
  • baby fashions

    baby fashions
    baby fashions were oftern jumpsuits .there were also onsies .the popularist one was hats.
  • World Events: FDR elected for president

    World Events: FDR elected for president
    He was elected as the 32nd president of the United States. He died of polio in 1945 after World War Two was over.
  • World Events: Amelia Earhart Crosses the Atlantic

    World Events: Amelia Earhart Crosses the Atlantic
    Was the first women to cross the atlantic solo. The flight took over fifteen hours.
  • Sports and Music: Babe Ruths last world series

    Sports and Music: Babe Ruths last world series
    The most famous game of Babe Ruths 10 and final world series was game 3 played on October 1, 1932. This famous game was the game were "The Great Bambino" called his shot in the top of the 5th inning. The Yankees win this world series in 4 games over the Chicago Cubs.
  • Science and Technology: Parking meter

    Science and Technology: Parking meter
    There was an problem of parking congestion. It made parking much easier and trafic less congested.
  • World Events: FDR's New Deal

    World Events: FDR's New Deal
    Was a deal that was meant to get more money to citizens. It also opened up more jobs for people.
  • Science and Technology: Saran Wrap

    Saran wrap is very important today. It is used to keep food fresh and to keep bacteria out. It does not let freezer burn get to food.
  • mens clothing

    mens clothing
    men mostly wore vests.it was a popular style in the 1930s.they also used canes.
  • World Events: Repeal of Prohibition

    World Events: Repeal of Prohibition
    After the repeal of prohibition alcohol crime rates went down. Some states actually kept prohibittion till the 1950s.
  • nail polish

    nail polish
    women went from nuteral pinks to dark greens.they also got darker shades .the most popular was red nail polish.
  • Sports and Music: Babe Ruth retires

    Sports and Music: Babe Ruth retires
    George Herman "Babe" Ruth retired at the age of 40 in 1935. He finshed his career with a vast series of acheivements. His lifetime numbers were 714 homers, 2217 RBI's,2174 runs, and a .342 lifetime batting average. It was clear when he retired there would never be another player like him.
  • Sports and Music: Swing Music takes off

    Sports and Music: Swing Music takes off
    This style of music replaced sweet jazz in 1935 and is still popular today. From the first time swing was recorded it was an instant hit.
  • Science and Technology: Hoover Dam

    Science and Technology: Hoover Dam
    The Hoover Dam stands at 726.4 feet tal, it is still one of the biggest dam today.The Hoover Dam was built for economic and energy reasons.
  • Science and Technology: Catseye

    Science and Technology: Catseye
    Cat eyes are on every main road in America, so we can see where we are going at night. These are basically just relfectors in the middle of a road. They are helpful so we dont get into car accidents.
  • World Events: Spanish Civil War

    World Events: Spanish Civil War
    Was a millitary revolt against the government of Spain. A bloody civil war followed after the revolt.
  • Sports and Music: Nazi Olympics in Berlin

    Sports and Music: Nazi Olympics in Berlin
    The 1936 Berlin "Nazi" Olympics gained the nickname of "the Nazi Olympics" because the Nazis were controlling germany at the time and many Nazi were also competing as Olympians. The Nazis were really trying to stress to the world that they were the world superior race. The superstar and athlete of the game was the US's very own Jesse Owens winning 4 gold medals helping the United States win 8 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze.
  • World Events: The crash of the Hindenburg

    World Events: The crash of the Hindenburg
    Was a terrible crash that killed 34 people.This crash marked the end of the airship era.
  • Science and Technology: Golden Gate Bridge

    Science and Technology: Golden Gate Bridge
    The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the biggest bridges in the world. It streches from the Pacific ocean to San Francisco.
  • Sports and Mucis: Joe Louis Upsets boxing world

    Sports and Mucis: Joe Louis Upsets boxing world
    Jou Louis performed boxings biggest upset of its time. He defeated Jim Braddock in 8 rounds knocking him out. 60,00 were in attendance including many congressmen and governments. Louis's win ensured hope and pride inside the community for African Americans.
  • Science and Technology: Ballpoint pen

    Science and Technology: Ballpoint pen
    The palloint pen was a great invention, it was made because it was hard to get ink out of the pen. Now, almost every office has a ballpoint pen in it.
  • World Events: Kristallnacht

    World Events: Kristallnacht
    Was an invent that burned down Jewish houses and synagogues.Killed ninety one Jewish people.
  • Sports and Mucis: First electric guitarist

    Sports and Mucis: First electric guitarist
    Charlie Christian was the worlds first electric guitarist. He also helped develope the early stages of rock
  • World Events: New Yorks World Fair

    World Events: New Yorks World Fair
    Was an event that Americans needed to take the stress of the great depression out of their lives. There were many rides icludin rollercoasters.
  • World Events: Germany invades Poland

    World Events: Germany invades Poland
    This invasion was to create "living space" for Germany and the Soviet Union. Two days later Britain and France declared war on Germany. This was the star of World War Two.
  • dorothy and the wizard of oz

    dorothy and the wizard of oz
    it was the best movie yet .it was very popular.everyone liked the movie.