[2012] MK Gallagher: Glog

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[2012] MK Gallagher: Glog

FlappersFlapper are young woman in their twenties with short hair and short dresses and skirts. They are all usually between the ages of 15- 25. They would star in movies and they loved jazz. Flappers are fun women that live life to the fullest. Flappers have a good spirit and have a great influence on life in the 1920s. Many girls wanted to grow up and be flappers. While not every modern woman was a flappe,r all ladies were influenced by them and their upbeat lifestyle.

CLARA BOWClara Bow was born on July 29, 1905, in Brooklyn, New York. In the twenties, Clara Bow was a motion picture actress. She was know for her career in short movies.

Duke EllingtonDuke Ellington was a famous American jazz bandleader. He was born April 29, 1899, in Washington, D.C.. He began playing piano when he was 7 years old.

JAZZJazz was influenced by black African music. Jazz is formed by the rhythm of the musical beat . Jazz was usually proformed by a single musican.

Roaring TwentiesThe twenties was often called the Roaring Twenties. It was called the Roaring Twenties because of the war being over and the new trends booming.

All CaponeAll Capone was known as the most powerful and famous gangster. He was born January 17, 1899, in Brooklyn, New York to a poor Italian immigrant family.

Lost GenerationLost generation is a term used to describe a group of American writers who lived in Europe during the 1920's. Many of these writers helped establish the styles of literature that we still use today.

Henry Ford/ Model TFord was born on July 30, 1863 on a farm. Henry Ford created the Model T in 1912.

InventionsIn the 1920's there were many new inventions that helped the way people lived. These inventions helped us gain contorl or our environment. Inventions have helped us enable people of survive the difficult charnges in the developing society.


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