• 1922-Caroline Herschel dicovered a rocket!

    1922-Caroline Herschel dicovered a rocket!
    Caroline Herschel was born in March 16,1750 in Hanover Germeny. Caroline Herschel was the first women to discover a periodic comet in 1788. Her dad was a musician.And her mom thought that a girl didnt need an education. So she wanted to make Caroline Herschel a house servant. Caroline Herschel died January 9,1848.She died when she was 97 years old!
  • 1920 Tennessee became a state

    1920 Tennessee became a state
    Tennesse became the 36th and final state to ratify the 19th amendment. With Tennessee becoming a state it gave woman the right to vote.
  • 1921-Hot Springs National Park

    1921-Hot Springs National Park
    Hot Springs National Park was createdin March $,1921 in Arkansas. Hot Springs National Park is the smallest national park by area in the United States. It is the oldest park currently in the National Park System. It was made to protect Hot Springs flowing from the South Western slope of Hot Springs Mountain. People have used the Hot Springs water in the therpeutic baths for more than 200 years . Hot Spring National Park has been a great park for the U.S. people.
  • Alice Paul

    Alice Paul
    Alice Paul was born January 11,1885 on a 214- acre farm in Mt.Laurel, New Jersey. Alice grew up to be an important leader in the womens suffergae movement. (Its a group that fought for womens right to vote.) She went to jail several of times for disorderly conduct and disturbing peace. Alice Paul is the Author of the Equal Rights Amendment. The Equal Rights Amendment let woman and men to have equal rights under the law,letting women vote.
  • The Womens World Fair

    The Womens World Fair
    The wommens world fair was held April 8,1925 ,in the American Expostion Palace. Booths represented 10 ocupations in which ran the fair.Its managers and board directors were all women.The fair had double purpose of displaying womens opinions/ideas,work and products and raising funds to help support womens Republican party organizations. The 1925 fair raised $50,000 and was so successful that it was held for more than three years.
  • Water Flood

    Water Flood
    On April 15,1927,15 inches of rain fell in 18 hours. This water flooded and area 50 miles wide and more than 100 miles long. The flood caused over $400 million in damages and killed 24 people in seven states.The flood affected Arkansas,Illinois.Ketucky,Louisiana,Mississippi,Missouri,Tennessee,Texas,Oklahoma and, Kansas
  • Steamboat Willie

    Steamboat Willie
    'Steamboat Wille" is the third Mickey Mouse cartoon. It was the first Disney cartoon to feature synchronized sound. "Steeamboat Willie" premired at New Yorks 79th street theatre. It was created by Powers using Lee De Forest's Phonofilm system.
  • Stock Market Crash

    Stock Market Crash
    The Stock Market Crash is also know as the Great Wall Street Crash. Happened on October 19,1929. The Stock Market Crash of 1929 devastated the economy and was a key factor in beginning the Great Depression. Also in the 1920's many invested in the Stock Market.
  • Congress granted citizenship

    Congress granted citizenship
    Congress granted citizenship to all Native Americans born in the United States. The Federal government wanted to absorb Indians into the mainstream of American Life. Before that Indians had to marry a white to become a citizen. If not they had to be born in the U.S.