The Great Depression

  • Prohibition Begins

    This Banned alcohal From Thje U.S. Many, Mostly Woemen Blamed Alcohal For Societies Problems. They Said That Men Who Drink Alcohal Will Be Most Likely To Come Home And Beat Their Families.
  • Teapot Dome Scandal

    Albert B. Fall Let Oil Companies Rent Government Land For Personal Loans. The Government Was Saving Oil For The Navy Under The Land, Then He Was Found Guilty For Accepting Money From Oil Leases. He Was Fined 100,000 From His 404,000He Recieved From The Loans. He Was Also Sentenced On Year In Prison. It Was Named Because Of The Teapot Dome Oil Field In Whyoming.
  • President Coolidge Is Elected

    He Recieved 382 Electoral Votes.He Said Little About Prohibition Or The KKK For His Campaign. Smaller Taxes And A Smaller Government Were The Reason He Got America's Votes.
  • The Spirit Od St. Louis Starts Its Flight

    He Left Long Island To go Across The Atlantic Ocean To Go To Paris. He Wanted To Win The Orteig Prize For 25,000. he Left New York At Seven Fifty Two am. He Flew 3500 Miles Until Paris.
  • The Spirit Of St. Louis Ends Its Flight

    He Flew For A Total Of 30 Hours And About 30 Minutes.When He Arrived In Paris Thousands Of People Greeted Him. They Broke Through The Ropes And Cheered. Thye Police Put Him On Their Shoulders And Carried Him Away.
  • President Hoover Is Elected

    He Served As A Commerce Secretary For Coolidge And Harding. He Created A Federal Farms Board For His First Step In Office. he Was A Mining Engineer.
  • Black Tuesday

    This Date Is Considered the beginning of the great depression. It is the most famous stock market crash in history. Stocks lost 13% of their value on black tuesday.
  • Hawley-Smoot Tarriff Act

    This Is Also Known As The Formality U.S. Tariff Act. It Protected American Buisness And Farmers Which Added Strain On The Great Depression And This Was Named After The Senator Reed Smoot And Representative Willis Hawley, it was an act that raised US Tariffs to record levels.
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    Dust Bowl Years

    Huge Dust Storms that engulfed america, it lasted approximatly 8 years, covering everything in dust and dirt no matter where it was at.
  • Bonus Army March

    Most Of The veterens Were Homeless, They Came To Washing D.C. For Their Cause, It was led by Walter W. Waters, a former Army sergeant. The veterans were encouraged in their demand for immediate cash-payment. They Said They Were Going To Stay In The Capital untill Their Problems Were passed. All those men Ran through Pensylvania Avenue.
  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt Is Elected

    He Had Four Major Events In Office Which Are That He Repealed Prohibition With the 21st Amenment, developed the court packing plan, developed the social security act, and the new deal policies. He was elected as the 32nd President of the United States, he was a parapalegic.
  • Civilian Conservation Corps

    Franklin D. Roosevelt signed this which gave men between the ages of 17 & 23 in work camps for 30 dollars, and 25 dollars sent home. there were about 25,000 african americans who enrolled. The (CCC) became the most popular New Deal program.
  • Tennesse Vally Authority

    The Tennessee Valley Authority was a federally owned corporation in the US, it provided navigation, flood control, electricity generation, and economic development in the Tennessee Valley.
  • Social Security Act

    The 21st amendment was ratified by 36 states. Enough to approve state majority to repeal the 18th amendment.
  • FDIC

    It is a United States government corporation created by the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933. It provides deposit insurance, which guarantees the safety of deposits in member banks
  • Prohibition Ends

    rosevelt passed 21st amendment which ended prohibition.It was a very happy time for Americans. They could now consume alcohol again.
  • Works Progress administration

    The WPA was the largest agency created as a part of the New Deal. It was formed to pay money to people who would work on and construct large public construction projects. It stopped being funded and ended in 1939.
  • The Beginning Of WWII

    World War II was a global military conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945. It involved most of the world's nations, including all of the great powers.