APUSH - Period 7 (Part 3)

  • 1920's African American Identity (UNIA)

    1920's African American Identity (UNIA)
    The UNIA stands for United Negro Improvement Association founded by Marcus Garvey, someone who want black to be apart of their own society.
  • Religion (Fundamentalism)

    Religion (Fundamentalism)
    Brought the faith of Christianity back, and believed in the translation of the Bible, mostly believes in rural areas
  • 1920's culture (Harlem Renaissance)

    1920's culture (Harlem Renaissance)
    American American art in the form of literature, music, and even acting.
  • 1920's African American Identity (Great Migration)

    1920's African American Identity (Great Migration)
    The movement of black from the south to go to the mid west or the north. Over 6 million African American were moved.
  • 1920's Politics (Red Scare)

    1920's Politics (Red Scare)
    The United States feared there were spies and intruders of the communist party, decreasing trust in a lot of innocent people.
  • 1920's Culture (Music)

    1920's Culture (Music)
    Jazz is what made up most of the 20's. This is what some flappers would dance to, and even what was played in some speakeasies.
  • 1920's Culture (Jazz Age)

    1920's Culture (Jazz Age)
    The era of freedom, appealing to the mind and spirit. The time was very urbanized and many were able to express themselves freely.
  • 1920's Politics (Women's Rights)

    1920's Politics (Women's Rights)
    In 1920 the 19th Amendment was ratified, and marked the right for women to be able to vote.
  • 1920's Politics (Nativism)

    1920's Politics (Nativism)
    The protection of natives against immigrants. This policy increased greatly during the Red Scare.
  • 1920's Economy (Installment Plan)

    1920's Economy (Installment Plan)
    A very popular way to buy things in this era. Business sees credit as a way to revisit full payments over some time, making it easier to buy things like cars and houses.
  • 1920's Culture (Sports)

    1920's Culture (Sports)
    In this era sports became special to the entire world was even seen as "The Golden Age" of sports. Especially with baseball.
  • 1920's African American Identity (Harlem Renaissance)

    1920's African American Identity (Harlem Renaissance)
    African American's were known for their renaissance movement which included the expression of literature, music and art.
  • 1920's African American Identity (Pop Culture)

    1920's African American Identity (Pop Culture)
    African Americans influenced fashion as they brought up jazz people starting wearing thing s that they could dance to jazz music in.
  • 1920's Literature (Edith Wharton)

    1920's Literature (Edith Wharton)
    This book won a Pulitzer Prize which was the first given to a women. The novel goes through the differentiations of society with the Glided age.
  • Religion (Modernism)

    Religion (Modernism)
    Believed in the growth of education, there was a live life the the edge vibe, they were influenced my scientific findings.
  • Prohibition

    The complete banning of alcoholic beverages to be bought or sold through the entire Unites States.
  • Prohibition (Outcome)

    Prohibition (Outcome)
    The banning of alcohol did not have a good turn out there was more gang related activity and violence, and the smuggling of alcohol so people could buy and sell it illegally.
  • 1920's Economy (Age of Prosperity)

    1920's Economy (Age of Prosperity)
    Was mainly controlled by the Republicans in the government; speedy economical development including the use to mass production to make good and to make them affordable.
  • 1920's African American Identity (Writers)

    1920's African American Identity (Writers)
    Langston Hughes wrote live changing poetry, plays and, novels that traveled to the newspaper. Wrote "The Negro Speaks of Rivers", and helped inspire to Harlem Renaissance
  • Immigration (the Act of 1921)

    Immigration (the Act of 1921)
    This allowed three percent of the size of every nationality in the United States, decrease the amount of immigration from Europe.
  • 1920's Economy (Teapot Dome Scandal)

    1920's Economy (Teapot Dome Scandal)
    Albert Fall gave oil to businesses for some money, the scandal was only discovered after Harding's death, Fall was Harding's secretary.
  • 1920's Politics (U.S. Election)

    1920's Politics (U.S. Election)
    The election was won by republican Calvin Coolidge, he brought back the trust within the executive branch and was noticed when he encouraged the state protection to end violence.
  • Immigration (The Act of 1924)

    Immigration (The Act of 1924)
    Limited the number of immigrants in the United States.
  • 1920's Politics (Scopes Trial)

    1920's Politics (Scopes Trial)
    Held in Tennessee, a teacher was accused of breaking the law with his teaching methods, which included his theory of evolution.
  • 1920's Literature (T.S. Eliot)

    1920's Literature (T.S. Eliot)
    Is about the way these men are trapped in some sort of limbo, the place between light and dark.
  • 1920's Literature (Gertrude Stein)

    1920's Literature (Gertrude Stein)
    Stein said the book was about the history of all Americans even though the novel was completed 14 years before it was published it portrayed the imperfections in human nature.
  • 1920's culture (Flappers)

    1920's culture (Flappers)
    Typically a young female who dresses in short skirts, bobbed hair, and a lot of makeup.
  • 1920's Literature (Ernest Hemingway)

    1920's Literature (Ernest Hemingway)
    The story takes place after WWI with the veteran, who also happens to be a journalist.
  • 1920's Literature (Langston Hughes)

    1920's Literature (Langston Hughes)
    Is about a singer doing a show in Lenox after visiting a club in Harlem. Influenced by music Hughes hears throughout his childhood.
  • 1920's Economy (Speculation)

    1920's Economy (Speculation)
    The act of purchasing something cheap, and then selling it at a higher price to gain more money.
  • 1920's Economy (Black Tuesday)

    1920's Economy (Black Tuesday)
    Stock market value dropped making seller give away more than sixteen million bonds of stock and lose about thirty million dollars in one day.
  • Stock Market Crash

    Stock Market Crash
    Lead to the start of the Great Depression the stock had little to no value, which lead to people losing lots of money.
  • Herbert Hoover Policies

    Herbert Hoover Policies
    Planed to decrease payment from German by like 20% called the Young Plan.
  • Herbert Hoover Policies (The Crash)

    Herbert Hoover Policies (The Crash)
    He delayed WWI reparations in order to guided the economic conflicts into solving itself.
  • Stock Market Crash (Affect)

    Stock Market Crash (Affect)
    Hundreds and thousands of people lost their money, homes, and jobs sending the US into a worldwide panic.
  • Dust Bowl (caused by)

    Dust Bowl (caused by)
    Caused by over plowing, and heavy drought along with high temperatures and overgrazing.
  • Dust Bowl

    Dust Bowl
    Lasted for ten years in areas like Texas, Kansas, New Mexico, and many more. Some dies from dust pneumonia. The government encouraged farmers to better their techniques in farming.
  • New Deal Programs (HOLC)

    New Deal Programs (HOLC)
    Money that is loan at low interest to homeowners who couldn't pay mortgage.
  • New Deal Programs (EBRA)

    New Deal Programs (EBRA)
    Closed the banks so they could be inspected.
  • New Deal Programs (CCC)

    New Deal Programs (CCC)
    Made jobs for males who where single on resourceful jobs.
  • New Deal Programs (FERA)

    New Deal Programs (FERA)
    Guided states to provide help for the jobless.
  • New Deal Programs (PWA)

    New Deal Programs (PWA)
    Made jobs on government works.
  • New Deal Programs (CWA)

    New Deal Programs (CWA)
    Made work in federal jobs.
  • New Deal Programs (WPA)

    New Deal Programs (WPA)
    Created many jobs as quickly as possible.
  • New Deal Programs (NYA)

    New Deal Programs (NYA)
    made jobs for young people typically students and trained them.
  • New Deal Programs (NIRA)

    New Deal Programs (NIRA)
    Gave money the the states to create jobs, Supreme Court didn't agree with it though (unconstitutional).
  • New Deal Programs (NRA)

    New Deal Programs (NRA)
    Made honor codes for fair competition.
  • New Deal Programs (SEC)

    New Deal Programs (SEC)
    Watched the stock market and squashed unfair business practices.
  • New Deal Programs (FDC)

    New Deal Programs (FDC)
    Made is so that ingredients in drugs, foods, and cosmetics had to be listed.
  • New Deal Programs (AAA)

    New Deal Programs (AAA)
    Increases the prices of crops by decreasing the production rate and paying farmers to leave unseeded land.
  • New Deal Programs (TVA)

    New Deal Programs (TVA)
    Establishes the resources of Tennessee Valley (electricity).
  • New Deal Programs (REA)

    New Deal Programs (REA)
    Provided cheap affordable electricity in rural areas.