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					                      1920s Scavenger Hunt - Key
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HISTORY OVERVIEW:
  1. This Wall Street building was bombed in September, 1920. Morgan Bank

  2. This event caused a sudden end to the optimism of the 1920s. stock market crash

TOPIC 1: CHANGING TIMES:
  3. This gangster would not have liked Izzy and Moe because they were Prohibition Agents.
     Al Capone

  4. This woman was deported to Russia because the U.S. Government was afraid of
     Communists. Emma Goldman


TOPIC 2: HARLEM:
  5. This writer went to Columbia University to study engineering, but dropped out to become
     a writer. Langston Hughes

  6. She grew up in the first town in the USA to be founded by African Americans. Zora Neale
     Hurston

  7. He ran the NAACP and wrote “Lift every voice and sing.” James Weldon Johnson

  8. He founded the UNIA to boost black pride. Marcus Garvey

  9. She threw big parties and supported leaders of the Harlem Renaissance. A’Lelia Walker


TOPIC 3: JAZZ AGE:

  10. He said that music converged and blended together in New York. Duke Ellington

  11. Duke Ellington performed at this nightclub.

  12. When an interviewer once asked this performer to define jazz, he replied, "If you have to
      ask, man, you'll never know." Louis Armstrong

TOPIC 4: MEDIA BOOM

  13. This radio show made many Americans believe Martians were invading the Earth. War of
      the Worlds.
 14. This newspaper was designed to be read on the subway. Daily News.

 15. This weekly newsmagazine was started in the 1920s by Henry Luce and Britton Hadden.
     Time

 16. He earned his living playing piano in Tin Pan Alley. George Gershwin.

TOPIC 5: SKYSCRAPER WARS

 17. This was the tallest building during most of 1920s in New York. Woolworth Building.

TOPIC 6: WALL STREET AND THE STOCK MARKET CRASH:

 18. By 1929, more than a BILLION shares were traded on this. Stock Market

 19. From 1925 to 1929, the average price of these more than doubled. Common stocks

 20. October 29, 1929, was known as this. Black Tuesday.

				
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