the 1920's
 
Yayyyy!! Congrats!! :D -Kelsey

I'm Done with bloging!!!      >.=.<   (aka XD (or I'm exited!))...  Now for the Bibliography...


 
 
just a heads up, im gonna do bessie smith as one of my minorities so whoever has her for art, focus on her music and ill do a little more bio. ok? ;]
Caitlin
 
 
Hey Zach for sports try: 
1. Aileen Riggin
-Kelsey

Thanks!
-Zachary-   ^.=.^
 
 
Hey Kelsey,
            Suzanne Langlen, the tennis player, was from france, not america, so I can't do her, so who do I use instead?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
 
 
Give your ideas to me like
For Minorities:
  1. Bessie Coleman
  2. Benjamin O. Davis Jr.
  3. NAACP
  4. Greta Garbo
        please. ^.=.^
Hey Zach how about Bessie Coleman who is a famous African American Pilot, Benjamin O. Davis Jr. also a pilot, the NAACP and Greta Garbo. Does that work? -Kelsey 
I Have no Idea what to do for my minorities, and I'm only Half-way through my blogs!!! Help  O.=.O                                                                                                                            -Zachary-
Also Remember To Add "<>" on the topic list next to any topics that have been used please
                                                                                                                            -Zachary-
 

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04/03/2011

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Sounds good to me!! And everyone is on their own for minorities! :D -Kelsey 
 
 
Hey! I'm gonna switch out two of my science/tech items for SAT and Pez. Everyone's on their own for minorities right
Caitlin
 

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03/23/2011

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Zach, make a list of everything you want and we will see what we can do! :) -Kelsey
 

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03/16/2011

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Hey guys I am changing one of my inventions to the traffic light casue I cant find any information. :)

            Hey Kelsey,
I would like to switch out some of my events, people, and inventions, because I was given the Boring and dull topics.
                                                                                                                                     ~Zachary Brown~
P.S.- Talk to me at school please. ^.=.^

 
 
1920s Decades
<> means completed topic.
Famous People:
  1. Al Capone <>
  2. Houdini <>
  3. Charles Lindbergh <>
  4. Harlem Globe Trotters
  5. Edwin Hubble<>
  6. T.E. Lawrence
  7.  Mary Pickford<>
  8. Douglas Fairbanks<>
  9. Julane Johnson
  10. Ruth Snydaer
  11. Marcus Garvey
  12. Shipwreck Kelly (sports)
  13. Henry Ford<>
  14. Clarance Dallow
  15.  Admiral Bryd
  16. Herbert Hoover <>
  17. Warren G. Harding <>
  18. Calvin Coolidge <>
  19. Eliot Ness <>
  20.  Frank Hamer <>
  21. Owney Madden <>
  22. J. Edgar Hoover <>
  23. Mary McLeoad Dethune <>
  24. Alfred Sloan<>
  25. Louise Brooks<>
  26. Gloria Swanson<>
  27. Coco Chanel<>
  28. Zelda Sayre <>
  29. Josephine Baker <>
  30. Jacob Laurence <>
  31. Albert Einstein <>
  32. Bill Gillian
The Arts:
  1. Academy awards <>
  2. John Gilbert <>
  3. Louise Brooks <>
  4. Clara Bow <>
  5. Al Johnson..Al Jolson? <>
  6. F.Scott Fitzgerald<>
  7. Grant Wood <>
  8. Lillian Hardin <>
  9. Lemon Jefferson
  10. Georgia O'Keeffe
  11. Ernest Hemingway
  12. Rudolph Valentino
  13. William S. Hart
  14. John Gilbert
  15. Janet Gaynor
  16. Bessie Smith
  17. Popeye <>
  18. Winnie the Pooh <>
  19. Warner Brothers <>
  20. Steam Boat Wille <>
  21. The Jazz Singer <>
  22. Time Magazine  <>
  23. Rhapsody in Blue <>
  24. National Geographic’s
  25. Nickelodeons (first Movie theaters)<>
  26. Main Street (book)<>
  27. The Kid (movie)<>
  28. W.E.B. Du Bois<>
  29. The Reader's Digest Published <>
  30. The Book of the Month Club <>
  31. Columbia Pictures <>
  32. “The Three Musketeers” <>
  33.  “Laugh-O-Grams”
  34. Alice's Day at the Sea”
  35. Sherlock Holmes
  36. The Phantom of the Opera
37.     Manner Book <>
Sports:
  1. Jack Dempsy <>
  2. Red Grange <>
  3. Bill Tilden <>
  4. Lou Gehrig <>
  5. Man O’ War <>
  6. Jack Adams <>
  7. Helen Wills Moody <>
  8. Gertrude Ederle <>
  9. Walter Hagen
  10. Bobby Jones
  11. Gene Tunney
  12. Babe Ruth
  13. Joe Dimaggio
  14. Johnny Weissmuller
  15. Willaim Tatem Tilden
  16. Helen Wills “Little Ms. Poker Face”
  17. Glenna Collet <>
  18. Elizabeth Robinso<>
  19. National Football League <>
  20. Negro Baseball League <>
  21. Waterskiing <>
  22. Tommy Hitchcock <>
  23. The International Table Tennis Federation <>
  24. Knute Rockne <>
  25. Benny Leonard<>
  26. The Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association<>
  27. National Air Race<>
  28.  Ty Cobb,<>
  29.  First Winter Olympics <>
  30. William Tatem <>
  31. Aileen Riggin <>
  32. Babe Ruth hits 60th straight home-run <>

News/Events
  1. Prohibition <> 
  2. Indian Citizenship Act <>
  3. Growth of the KKK <>
  4. Scopes Trial <> 
  5. Women’s Suffrage Movement <>
  6. 19th amendment <>
  7. Banting, Best and MacLeod administer 1st dose insulin <>
  8. King Tut’s Tomb is opened <>
  9. Standardizing Road Signs
  10. First Round the world Flight (1924)
  11. X Rays cause mutations
  12. Saint Valentines Massacre <>
  13. Bryd Flies over North Pole
  14. War of the Worlds on Radio
  15. Sacco and Vanzetti
  16. Election on Radio
  17.  Immigration Act of 1924 <>
  18. Stock Market Crashes <>
  19. The first commercial radio broadcast is transmitted.<>
  20.  In Wyoming, Nellie Tayloe Ross becomes the first woman elected as a governor in the United States.<>
  21. Women compete for the first time in Olympic field events. <>
  22. Red Scare
  23. Teapot Dome
  24. Billy Mitchell Court-Martial
  25. Kellogg-Briand Treaty Outlaws War
  26. The Rosewood Massacre
  27. Charles Ponzi
  28. Ghandi
  29. Penicillin <>
  30. U.S. rejects Treaty of Versailles <>
  31. Dam Breaks in Los Angeles (march 13, 1928) <>
  32. IBM <>

Inventions
  1. Electric Television <>
  2. SAT <>
  3. Pez <>
  4. Electric Razor <>
  5. Sliced Bread <>
  6. Tiffany and CO
  7. Philco (Car Battery)
  8. Kamp Kook<>
  9. Buddie (home desk)
  10. Ford Model A (tin lizzy)
  11. Columbia Grafonola
  12. First Super Market (1923)
  13. Candy Bars
  14. Hoover (Vacuum)
  15. William shaving cream
  16. Hair Dryer
  17. Iron Lung<>
  18. Kotex<>
  19. Toothpaste
  20. Kool Aide <>
  21. Insulin<>
  22. Vitamin C & E <>
  23. Teddy Bear<>
  24.  Bandaids <>
  25.  Penicillin  <---------------------- Already did this for News/Events -Zachary
  26. Technicolor
  27. Canned foods
  28. Bubble
  29. First Oxford English Dictionary Published
  30. IBM <>
  31. refrigerator
  32. Polystyrene (used for kids toys) <>
  33. Frozen food
  34. Radio Control Bills 
  35. Car Radio
  36. malaria vaccine
  37. Traffic Lights <>

Lifestyle
  1. Mah-Jong
  2. Crosswords-national contest
  3. Yo-yo
  4. Roller Skating
  5. Dance Marathons <>
  6. Cross Country Races
  7. Flag pole sitting<>
  8. Smoking <>
  9. Credit/ Gambling
  10. Contract bridge
  11. Ouija Boards
  12. Speakeasies
  13. Zoot Suits
  14. Pogo sticks
  15. Goldfish eating
  16. Collecting cards
  17. Cloche/derby hat<>
  18. Stamp Collecting<>
  19. Jitter bug<>
  20. radio<>
  21. Miniature golf<>
  22. Charleston/ cake-walk<>
  23. Ms. America<>
  24. Jazz Music
  25. Isolationism
  26. Lincoln logs
  27. teddy bear pop
  28. electric trains/ irons
  29. toasters
  30. liquid rocket fuel
  31. musicals
  32. built in furniture
  33. reese pb cups
  34. flying available
  35. bras
  Pictures
1-4 Caitlin

5-8 Andrew

9-12 Bryanna

13-16 Roman

17-20 Kelsey

21-24 Paul

25-28 Nicolette

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