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This invention changed American life and led to movement to the surburbs
a) Washing Machine b) Automobile c) Movie Camera d) Electric Stove
This amendment gave women the right to vote.
a) 19th Amendment b) Equal Rights Amendment c) 2nd Amendment d) 18th Amendment
The U.S. banned alcohol during the ________________ Era.
a) Teapot Dome b) Recess c) Prohibition d) Bootlegger
In the Scopes Monkey Trial, high school teacher John Scopes was tried and convicted for teaching ____________
a) Math b) Revulsion c) Revolution d) Evolution
During the Great Migration, thousands of African Americans moved north...
a) to find better jobs. b) All of the above. c) to escape discrimination. d) to escape racism.
Famous jazz musicians of the Roaring 20s included
a) Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington b) Aaron Copeland and F. Scott Fitzgerald c) Jacob Lawrence and Langston Hughes d) Martha Graham and Georgia O\'Keefe
The growth of African American music and art was known as the
a) Norfolk Renaissance b) New York Renaissance c) Harlem Rebirth d) Harlem Renaissance
Marcus Garvey led the...
a) Back to Africa Movement b) Suffrage Movement c) Red Scare d) Intolerance Movement
Young women of the Roaring 20s who were short skirts and bobbed their hair were known as
a) Flippers b) Flappers c) Floppers d) Celebutantes
The 18th Amendment...
a) gave women the right to vote. b) protected free speech. c) banned alcohol. d) outlawed jazz music.
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