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    World War I and the Red Scare

    World War I broke out in 1914 and closely following was the Red Scare, lasting from 1919 to 1920. World War I brought light to the leftist movements in Europe and the Red Scare emphasized American citizen's concerns. This event also brought many of the leftist movements to the United States.
  • Battle of Blair Mountain

    Battle of Blair Mountain
    For five days 10,000 coal miners striked and fought aginst 3,000 lawmen.
  • Black Tuesday

    Black Tuesday
    Stock Market Crashes
    The Great Depression Begins
  • Creation of "Breadline (New York)"

    Clare Leighton engraved "Breadline (New York)" on wood.
  • Thomas Hart Benton created "Strike (Mine Strike)"

    Artist: Thomas Hart Benton used a lithograph to make "Strike (Mine Strike)"
  • Mabel Dwight created "Merchants of Death"

    Mabel Dwight used a lithograph to create "Merchants of Death"
  • Graphic Art Division starts up from the Federal Art Project covered by the "New Deal"

    Graphic Art Division starts up from the Federal Art Project covered by the "New Deal"
    This employed approximately 250 printmakers. They created an estimated 250,000 prints with 90,000 sent to schools, libraries, and other public institutions.