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Communism
Louis Armstrong
Red Scare
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Charles Chaplin
Langston Hughes
Bessie Smith
Red Grange
Bobby Jones
Babe Ruth
Harlem Renaissance
Great Migration
Scopes trial
Speakeasies
Assembly Line
Henry Ford
Bootlegger
Model T
Flapper
Jazz

Roaring 20s Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

POLICY PROTECTING NATIVE-BORN PEOPLE NATIVISM
PROCESS OF BEING ISOLATED ISOLATION
POLITICIAL THEORY DERIVED FROM KARL MARX COMMUNISM
SUSTEM TAHT LIMITED THE NUMBER OF IMMAGRANTS QUOTA SYSTEM
A GANG OF POLITICIANS THAT SURROUND WARREN G. HARDING OHIO GANG
PAYMENT BY INSTALLMENTS IS A/AN INSTALLMENT PLAN
NATIONWIDE BAN ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PROHIBITION
ILLEGAL LIQUOR STORE SORE OR NIGHTCLUB SPEAKEASY
ILLEGAL BUISSNESS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BOOTLEGGER
GENERATION OF YOUNG WESTERN WOMEN IN THE 1920S FLAPPER
POPULAR 1920S DANCE THE CHARLESTON
PERIOD FOLLOWING THE GREAT DEPRESSION WHERE JAZZ BECAME POPULAR THE JAZZ AGE
NAME GIVEN TO THE CULTURAL, SOCIAL, AND ARTISTIC EXPLOSION THAT TOOK PLACE IN THE 1920S HARLEM RENAISSANCE
INVENTED THE FORD TRUCK HENRY FORD
FAMOUS AMERICAN GANGSTER CAUGHT ON TAX EVASION AL CAPONE
FAMOUS BASEBALL PLAYER BABE RUTH
INVENTED "MICKEY MOUSE" WALT DISNEY
30TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES CALVIN COOLIDGE
FAMOUS TRUMPET PLAYER LOUIS ARMSTRONG
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA DURING THE 1920S JOHN L LEWIS

1920'S Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

AMELIA EARTHART
ASSEMBLY LINE
BABE RUTH
BESSIE SMITH
BOBBY JONES
BOOTLEGGER
CHARLES LINDBERGH
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
COMMUNISM
FLAPPER
HARLEM RENAISSANCE
HENRY FORD
JAZZ
LOUIS ARMSTRONG
MARCUS GARVEY
MODEL T
PROHIBITION
RED SCARE
SPEAKEASIES
THE JAZZ SINGER

Roaring 20s Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Hollywood
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Club
Harlem Renaissance
Great Gatsby
Gangsters
smoking
Fashion
coal
Consumerism
Art Deco
RADIO
Bootlegger
Stockmarket
Poor
Rich
Automobile
Prohibition
Flapper
Jazz

The Roaring 20's Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Occurred after what war? World War 1
The country withdrew ____ and called for worldwide disarmament. isolationism
American are influenced by new advertisements and ___ techniques. marketing
American bought appliances, ___, commercially procssed food, mass produced autos, and new fashions. cosmetics
"Buy ___, pay later." now
What industry influenced the popular culture? motion picture
Harlem renaissance started in the early ___'s. 1900
African-american arts started in what city? Harlem
African-american cultural movement. Harlem Renaissance
A growing ___ class helped foster the growth. middle
Increasing number of ___ and socially conscious African-Americans. educated
African-americans were encouraged to celebrate their what? Heritage
American poet, novelist, playwright, short story writer, and newspaper columnist. Langston hughes
Langston Hughes considered himself a ___. peoples poet
Jazz Age started where? New Orleans
Type of music that got famous in the roaring 20's. jazz
Famous jazz musician. Louis Armstrong
How many jazz clubs were there in Harlem alone. 500
Street in Harlem where there were many music producers. Tin Pan Alley
"The King of Tin Pan Alley" Irving Berlin
Women with short hair, played sports, and drove cars. flappers
Secret bars. speakeasies
Who controlled all of Chicago's liquor sales. Al Capone
Who helped arrest Al Capone for tax evasion? Eliot Ness
The youth of the 1920's earned what nickname? Lost Generation
Authors Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote about ___. disillusionment
American painters focused on the impact of growing ___. cities
_____ owned speakeasies. gangsters
By 1925, there were about how many speakeasies in New York? 30,000
Americans were ready to adopt new ____ and new ways. manners

1920s -1930s Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Fashionable young woman going against conventional standards of behavior. flapper
Left people in debt. Banks failed, businesses closed, and wages fell because of this. stock market crash
Reduced Germany's annual reparations. Dawes plan
Issued a one year moratorium on all debt. Hoover
Created the Young Plan to reduce total over all amount of Germany's reparations. owen
Economic crisis and period of low business activity after the Stock Market Crash. Great Depression
October 29th,1929- the day prices took a steep drop in the stock market. Black Tuesday
Person who made and smuggled alcohol. Bootlegger
Illegal bar that served liquor during prohibition. speakeasy
Irrational fear of communism spreading in the United States. red scare
Used the assembly line to mass produce automobiles. henry ford
Law forbidding the sale of alcohol. prohibition
Belief that a certain group/persons were superior to others. Nativism
Famous baseball player who helped develope a rise in popularity for professional sports. Babe Ruth
Jazz composer, piano player, and band leader during harlem Renaissance. Duke Ellington
Literary, artistic, and intellectual movement that kindled a new black cultural indenty in America. Harlem Renaissance
In favor of immigration restriction. Laissez Faire ideology. Calvin coolidge
Made worlds first solo trans-atlantic flight. charles lindburgh
Mob king who controlled a large network of speakeasies with enormous profits. Al Capone
Style of dance music very popular in the 1920s. Jazz
Paying for goods at regular inervals, usually with interest added to the balance, associated with consumption in the 1920s. installment plans
Slogan for President Harding. Idea of peace, prosperity, and isolation for the US. Return to normalcy

1920s Word Search

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Word Search
Description

crash
depression
red scare
navitism
bootleggers
crime
anarchists
stock market
mass media
prohibition
babe ruth
speakeasies
harlem
jazz
flappers

The Roaring 20s Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Radio
Jazz Age
Speakeasies
Constitution
Great Depression
Cinemas
Women Suffrage
Fashion
Scopes Trial
Louis Armstrong
Wall Street
Communism
Cars
Black Tuesday
Immigration Act
F Scott Fitzgerald
Al Capone
Woodrow Wilson
Flapper
Bootlegging
Prohibiton

1920s - 1930s Crossword

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Crossword
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American novelist; first famous flapper Zelda Sayre
Wrote novel The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald
first designer to make pants for women. Coco Chanel
known as "Lucky Lindy" and "The Lone Eagle" was an American pilot famous for first solo, non-stop flight from New York to Paris in 1927 in the spirit of St. Louis Charles Lindbergh
leader of organized crime in Chicago in the late 1920s Al Capone
greatest baseball player of the 1920s Babe Ruth
recieved Nobel Prize in 1921 for physics Albert Einstein
composer, pianist and band leader. Most influential figures in jazz. Duke Ellington
along with Louis Armstrong, she had a major influence on subsequent jazz vocalists. Bessie Smith
28th President of the United States Woodraw Wilson
was said to have robbed a shoe factory and murder a clerk and another worker Nicola Sacco
African American leader during the 1920s who founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and advocated mass migration of African Americans back to Africa Marcus Garvey
1920 presidential campaign his slogan was "return to normalcy" Warren G. Harding
became president when Harding died. Calvin Coolidge
became president in 1928 Herbert Hoover
American Businessman, founder of Ford Motor Company Henry Ford
developed new products using peanuts. George Washington Carver
Russian immigrant and pioneer who developed NBC David Sarnoff
first women to serve in Congress Jeanette Rankin
famed criminal defense lawyer for scopes, who supported evolution Clarence Darrow

Harlem renaissance Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aaron Douglas
Archibald Motley
Art
Billie holiday
Blues
Color
Countee Collen
Duke Ellington
Geometrical
Harlem
Jazz
Langston Hughes
Louis Armstrong
Meta Fuller
Music
Painter
Palmer Hayden
Poetry
Renaissance
Rhythm
Sculptor
Social
Swing
Weary Blues
Work

The Harlem Renaissance Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

artistic
political
social
trumpet player
band leader
political leader
the father of harlem
Hubert Harrison
Zora Neale Hurston
Du Bois
The cotton club
Jack Johnson
Langston Hughes
Billie Holiday
Marcus Garvey
Louis Armstrong