Type
Crossword
Description

provided benefits to World War II veterans GI Bill of Rights
annual births exceeded Baby Boom
lots of hot dogs being produced Productivity
one in six Americans were employed and working on these Automobiles
president Eisenhower signed this bill into a law Interstate
outside district of a city Suburbs
large suburban communities created by William Levitt Levittown
region of the U.S generally that stretch across the Southeast and Southwest Sunbelt
covers areas like farming, mining and fishing Service Sector
office work in a cubical White Collar Jobs
licenced to sell under a businesses name Franchise Businesses
selling goods in large amounts consumerism
earns money to support family breadwinners
wives were called these homemakers
father mother and children nuclear family
wrote a book about baby and child care Benjamin spock
created vaccine for poliomyelitis Jonas salk
showed in black and white only television
popular music style in the 50's Rock and roll
king of rock and roll Elvis Presley
authors work influenced american culture beat movement
had more freedom then than now teenagers

1950S Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Population increased Baby boom
A law passed in 1944 that provided educational and other benefits for people who had served in the armed forces in World War II GI Bill of Rights
the state of producing productivity
a road vehicle automobile
This bill created a 41,000 mile National System of Interstate and Defense Highways Interstate Highway Act
Residential area Suburbs
name of four large suburban developments created by William Levitt Levittown
a strip of territory receiving a high amount of sunshine sunbelt
jobs that provide services in places like fast food restaurants Service sector
jobs that involve working in an office, cubicle, or other administrative setting white collar jobs
Places like McDonald's, Jack in the Box, Tacobell, Kfc, etc. Franchise Businesses
the preoccupation of society with the acquisition of consumer goods consumerism
a person who earns money to support a family breadwinners
a person, especially a housewife, who manages a home Home makers
a couple and their dependent children, regarded as a basic social unit Nuclear Family
The writer of Baby and Child Care Benjamin Spock
virologist who developed the Salk vaccine Jonas Salk
a system for transmitting visual images and sound Television
a type of popular dance music originating in the 1950s rock and roll
musician known for shaking his legs and dancing. Also known for his big pompadour hiar style. Elvis Presley
group of authors whose literature explored and influenced American culture in the post-World War II era Beat movement
a person aged from 13 to 19 years teenagers

1950s Post WWII American Society Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Provided benefits to World War II veterans GI Bill of Rights
Greatly increased birth rate Baby Boom
Growing of products or crops Productivity
Huge part of the supply and demand for Americans, used daily Automobiles
Authorized the continuing of construction of highways Interstate Highway Act
Outskirts of the city, americans were tired of the city and moved here Suburbs
Beginning of the suburbs, first true suburb Levittown
36th parallel, Southeast and Southwest Sunbelt
Third of the three economic sectors Service sector
Working in a office or cubicle, managerial or administrative work White-collar jobs
epitomized by McDonald's, chain of businesses Franchise businesses
Obsessive purchase of goods by society Consumerism
Member of a family who makes the money Breadwinners
A housewife Homemakers
Husband wife and their children Nuclear family
Famous American pediatrician Benjamin Spock
Discovered and developed the first successful polio vaccine Jonas Salk
Main source for entertainment and news for American families Television
Popular dance music originating in the 50's Rock and Roll
Icon of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley
Group of authors whose literature influenced American culture post-World War II Beat movement
Nickname given to people in a certain age category Teenagers

1950s Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what allowed veterans to be able to go to college? gi bill of rights
people born between the years 1946 and 1964 are known as... baby boomers
american musician referred to as the ''king of rock and roll''. elvis presley
everyone is trying to work these types of jobs. white collar jobs
men that work and bring home food. breadmakers
women that clean the house and cook all the food homemakers
the perfect family. nuclear family
famous quote to mothers '' you know more than you think you do'' benjamin spock
medical researcher and virologist jonas salk
end of world war 2 ____________ a toy for a couple of thousand people. television
while parents listened to frank sinatra their children listened to a new beat. rock and roll
a group of authors who influenced american literature beat generation
population of those in this age whostarted gaining more freedom and rights. teenagers
plenty of jobs more money offered, america has been pulled out of depression consumerism

1950's Post WWII American Society Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Provides education benefits to veterans and their dependents GI Bill
1946 to 1964 in the United States was a huge increase in the number of births. Baby boom
when we were making a lot of goods a a ton of food Productivity
only the high class people had this to travel Automobiles
when cars were becoming more populer we needed this Interstate Highway Act
the outlying district of a city suburbs
was a fresh marvel of modern planning to a Northeast corridor bursting at its seams in the early 1950s. levittown
a region of the United States generally considered to stretch across the Southeast and Southwest sunbelt
refer to one or both of two recent economic developments service sector
worker is a person who performs professional, managerial, or administrative work white collar jobs
system in which private entrepreneurs purchase the rights to open and run a location of a larger company franchise businesses
the protection or promotion of the interests of consumers. cinsumerism
a person who earns money to support a family. breadwinners
a person, especially a housewife, who manages a home homemakers
a couple and their dependent children, regarded as a basic social unit. nuclear family
United States pediatrician whose many books on child care influenced the upbringing of children around the world benjamin spock
United States virologist who developed the Salk vaccine that is injected against poliomyelitis jonas salk
only the hihj class had this to entertain them television
define the difference between youth and adults. Elvis was the most popular name in the entertainment. rock and roll
was an American musician and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th elvis presley
group of authors whose literature explored and influenced American culture in the post World War II beat movement
a person aged from 13 to 19 years. teenagers

1950s Post WWII Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a law that provided veterans with benefits like free education GiBillofRights
Rise in birth rate especially around the 50s BabyBoom
State of being productive Productivity
a road vehicle that usually has four wheels Automobiles
this bill created a national system of interstate and defense highways interstatehighwayact
residential area suburbs
Town in New York levittown
Strip of territory in the south recieving lots of sunshine Sunbelt
The tertiary sector of the economy Servicesector
A job that has work in offices, crucible or other administrative setting WhiteCollarjobs
Allows buisnesses to sell a product or provide a service franchisebuisnesses
The Protection or promotion of the interests of consumers consumerism
A person that earns money to support there family breadwinners
A person who manages a home usually a housewife homemakers
A couple or their children that are regarded as a social unit Nuclearfamily
An American pediatrician whose book Baby and Child Care BenjaminSpock
Developed that is injected against poliomyelitis jonassalk
A device that recieves television signals television
A type of music that can be described as the devils music Rockandroll
American rock and roll singer known for his throaty tone Elvispresley
Literature that explored and influenced American culture beatmovement
A person aged from 13 to 19 years Teenagers

1950's Post WWII American Society Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

1944 passed act that helped Veterans GIBillofRights
Era where many women had kids all at one certain time period BabyBoom
The growing of crops or products Productivity
Something new, driven daily Automobiles
City in New York Levittown
Southwest & Southeast side of the U.S Sunbelt
Outsides of the city area Suburbs
Bill of law signed in 1956 about working on highways InterstateHighwayAct
One of three sector services ServiceSector
name for where work was preformed in an office, cubicle WhiteCollarJobs
A process trade mark to provide service or sell a product FranchiseBusinssess
Something very popular in today times, everyone owns at least one Television
Protection or care for your clients Consumerism
Person who earns money for the whole family Breadwiners
Someone who manages to keep clean around the house Homemakers
a couple and their dependent children NuclearFamily
Very famous pediatricitan BenjaminSpock
Polio vaccine discover; Famous medical researcher JonasSalk
Popular music in 1950's RockandRoll
One of the first rock & roll artist ElvisPresley
Group of authors that explored and influenced literature BeatMovement
People from the age group of 13 through 19 Teenagers

!950's Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Ankle biter
Baby Boom
Beat Movement
Buddy Holly
Chuck Berry
Consumerism
Drive-Ins
Elvis Presley
Golden Age of TV
I Love Lucy
Levittown
Mass media
Movies
Poodle skirt
Radio
Rock and Roll
Suburb
Urban renewal
White-Collar jobs

Post War/EarlyCold War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what separates north and south korea 38th parallel
a temporary marked increase in the birth rate Baby Boom2
a young person in the 1950s and early 1960s belonging to a subculture associated with the beat generation. Beatnicks
A military operation in the late 1940s that brought food and other needed goods into West Berlin Berlin Airlift
the protection or promotion of the interests of consumers. Consumerism
the action of keeping something harmful under control or within limits. Containment
A law passed in 1944 that provided educational and other benefits for people who had served in the armed forces in World War II GI bill
was created in 1938 to investigate alleged disloyalty and subversive activities on the part of private citizens, public employees, and those organizations suspected of having Communist ties. House of Un-American Activities
was an American initiative to aid Western Europe Marshall Plan
is the practice of making accusations of subversion or treason without proper regard for evidence. McCarthyism
United States federal government responsible for the civilian space program NASA
an organization formed in Washington, D.C. (1949), comprising the 12 nations of the Atlantic Pact together with Greece, Turkey, and the Federal Republic of Germany, for the purpose of collective defense against aggression. NATO
a style of popular music that derives in part from blues and folk music and is marked by a heavily accented beat and a simple, repetitive phrase structure. Rock and Roll
the southern and southwestern region of the U.S. Sunbelt
the policy of President Truman, as advocated in his address to Congress on March 12, 1947, to provide military and economic aid to Greece and Turkey and, by extension, to any country threatened by Communism or any totalitarian ideology Truman Doctrine
To what extent some of the individuals named in the _____________ were actually involved with Soviet intelligence is a topic of dispute. venona papers

Post War/ Early Cold War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A divided line between North and South Korea 38th Parallel
An increase in births between 1945 and 1964 Baby Boom
A small group of artist and writers, who were critical of American society in the 1950s and early 1960s Beatniks
A program in which U.S. and British pilots flew supplies to West Berlin during a Soviet blockade Berlin Airlift
A larger-scare buying with much of it on credit Consumerism
A policy keeping communism contained within its existing borders Containment
The return of World War II veterans by providing education and employment aid GI Bill
An investigative committee of the United States House of Representatives Originally created in 1938 to inquire into subversive activities in the Untied States House of Un-American Activities
Foreign policy that offered economic aid to Western Europe after WW2 Marshall Plan
Reckless changes of disloyalty McCarthyism
Government agency that coordinates U.S. efforts in space NASA
Military alliance formed to counter Soviet aggression NATO
A genre of popular dance music in the 1950s Rock And Roll
A name given to the region of states in the South and the Southwest Sunbelt
President Truman’s promise to help nations struggling against communist movements Truman Doctrine
A series of Cold War-era secret Soviet documents intercepted and later released by United States intelligence officials Venona Papers

Chapter 19 cross word puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Urban area surrounding Suburb
Beat Generation Beat movement
Series of laws and policies Termination policy
Good tap dancing music Jazz
Def leopard genre of music Rock N roll
33rd president of the United States Harry s. Truman
Authorization Granted by the government Franchise
the redevelopment of areas within a large city, typically involving the clearance of slums. Urban renewal
was an ambitious set of proposals put forward by U.S. President Harry S. Truman to Congress in his January 1949 Fair deal
also called Servicemen's Readjustment Act, U.S. legislation passed in 1944 GI bill of rights
a political party organized in the summer of 1948 Dixiecrats
The media Mass media
The Federal Communications Commission FCC
American medical researcher and virologist. Dr. Jonas Salk
a Mexican laborer allowed into the US for a limited time as a seasonal agricultural worker. Bracero
a policy of producing consumer goods Planed obsolescence
a number of different things or parts that are put or grouped together Conglomerate
. the protection or promotion of the interests of consumers. Consumerism