Period 7 Part 3

Timeline created by Rebecca Ellinger
In History
  • Invention of the Model T.

    Invention of the Model T.
    The Model T. used a new factory method.
  • Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League

    Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League
    This began the African American Identity movement.
  • The Birth of a Nation was released.

    The Birth of a Nation was released.
    The Birth of a Nation was a pro-KKK movie. This showed the culture that would bleed into the 20s.
  • The last of the "The Fundamentals" was published.

    The last of the "The Fundamentals" was published.
    These essays created Fundamentalism and this would lead to prohibition.
  • 18th Amendment Passed

    18th Amendment Passed
    The 18th Amendment banned all alcohol.
  • 19th Amendment

    19th Amendment
    It gave women the right to vote in 1920.
  • Harlem Renaissance

    Harlem Renaissance
    The Harlem Renaissance was a revival movement in Harlem for African Americans.
  • 1st Radio Broadcast

    1st Radio Broadcast
    The radio brought America together as a country.
  • The Palmer Raids end.

    The Palmer Raids end.
    These raids were arresting people for disagreeing with them. They were carried out by the Department of Justice.
  • "The Mysterious Affair at Styles" was published.

    "The Mysterious Affair at Styles" was published.
    Agatha Christie's first Poirot novel would change literature forever.
  • The Senate Rejects the League of Nations.

    The Senate Rejects the League of Nations.
    This brought America back into isolationism.
  • Warren G. Harding wins the election.

    Warren G. Harding wins the election.
    Harding's cabinet members were engaged in illegal activity.
  • Quota Act of 1921

    Quota Act of 1921
    An act passed the limit the New Immigration from Europe.
  • Tulsa Race Massacre

    Tulsa Race Massacre
    The Tulsa Race Massacre was one of many race riots in the late 1910s and early 1920s.
  • The Negro Speaks Of Rivers was published.

    The Negro Speaks Of Rivers was published.
    Langston Hughes' poems were a leading aspect of the civil rights movement and Harlem Renaissance.
  • Sacco & Vanzetti Trial

    Sacco & Vanzetti Trial
    This trial accused two Italian immigrants of a crime because they were Italian. This shows the nativism in America at the time.
  • Congress increased the corporate tax from 10 to 12.5%.

    This is because they government is making much less money.
  • The Pivot of Civilization by Margaret Sanger was published.

    The Pivot of Civilization by Margaret Sanger was published.
    Margaret Sanger was a supporter of birth control for women.
  • Calvin Coolidge becomes president.

    Calvin Coolidge becomes president.
    He said "the business of America is business,"
  • Indian Citizenship Act

    Indian Citizenship Act
    This act granted citizenship on all Native Americans born within the United States.
  • National Quota Act of 1924

    National Quota Act of 1924
    The National Quota Act of 1924 limited the already limited immigration.
  • John Scopes is arrested for teaching evolution.

    John Scopes is arrested for teaching evolution.
    This shows the Religious tension at the time that the country was so religious it wouldn't let kids be taught science.
  • "The Great Gatsby" was published

    "The Great Gatsby" was published
    This book demonstrated who the wealthy were of the 1920s.
  • Top tax rate lowered to 25 percent.

    Top tax rate lowered to 25 percent.
    The economy was doing well so they lowered taxes.
  • "The Weary Blues" by Langston Hughes was published.

    "The Weary Blues" by Langston Hughes was published.
    The Weary Blues was a collection of poems about African American Identity.
  • "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest Hemingway was published.

    "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest Hemingway was published.
    This book made Ernest Hemingway famous.
  • Savoy Blues by Louis Armstrong was released.

    Savoy Blues by Louis Armstrong was released.
    Louis Armstrong and other African American singers helped the Civil Rights movement.
  • "We" by Charles Lindbergh was published.

    "We" by Charles Lindbergh was published.
    Charles Lindbergh, the first man to fly across the Atlantic, was a celebrity,
  • Cotton Club opened.

    Cotton Club opened.
    The Cotton Club was a place of African American culture.
  • Stock prices rose 39 percent.

    Stock prices rose 39 percent.
    The booming economy made it so stock prices could rise.
  • Stock Market Crash

    Stock Market Crash
    The Wall Street Crash of 1929 started the period of The Great Depression in the United States
  • Federal Farm Board creation.

    Federal Farm Board creation.
    Herbert Hoover would extend the influence of this board.
  • Dust Bowl Begins

    Dust Bowl Begins
    The dust bowl would go on for 6 years that would damage agriculture in the Oklahoma region.
  • Al Capone was arrested.

    Al Capone was arrested.
    Al Capone was the leader of organized crime in Chicago, something caused by black market sales of alcohol due to prohibition.
  • The Election of FDR

    The Election of FDR
    FDR would begin to make programs to help pull America out of the Depression.
  • The Reconstruction Finance Corporation

    The Reconstruction Finance Corporation
    This gave financial support to state and local governments.
  • Emergency Banking Relief Act

    Emergency Banking Relief Act
    This Act made banks safer and more reliable, having the government help the banks get back on their feet.
  • Federal Emergency Relief Act

    Federal Emergency Relief Act
    This Act provided aid for families by the state.
  • Civilian Conservation Corp

    Civilian Conservation Corp
    This act hired unemployed people to be park rangers and other conservation jobs.
  • Agricultural Adjustment Act

    Agricultural Adjustment Act
    This act payed farmers to limit growth to help raise the prices of the crops.
  • Public Works Administration

    Public Works Administration
    This administration gave loans to private companies to hire people to build new public works.
  • National Industrial Recovery Act

     National Industrial Recovery Act
    This act supported fair competition in the work place.
  • Glass-Steagall Act

    Glass-Steagall Act
    This act, otherwise known as the banking act, created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
  • Securities & Exchange Act

    Securities & Exchange Act
    This act tried to regulated the stock market to stop another crash.
  • Social Security Act

    Social Security Act
    This was the first social welfare program in the US.
  • The Revenue Act

    The Revenue Act
    This act redistributed the wealth in America.
  • Housing Act

     Housing Act
    This act tried to abolish slums.
  • Judicial Procedures Reform Bill

    Judicial Procedures Reform Bill
    FDR was trying to make sure his bills weren't vetoes by the court.
  • Fair Labor Standards Act

    Fair Labor Standards Act
    This act prohibited those under 16 from working.
  • The Grapes of Wrath was published

    The Grapes of Wrath was published
    This book was about a family moving away from the dust bowl.