In this Unit we will cover:
My Five Influential People Of The 1920s
The List Of People
Babe Ruth F.Scott Fitzgerald Louis Armstrong Mary Pickford Sinclair Lewis It is advised to pause during the video in order to read
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He and his younger sister were the only out of eight children to survive to adulthood.
Between 1915 and 1919, he won 87 games and yielded an earned run average of only 2.16, won three World Series games, and during a streak for scoreless World Series innings, set a record by pitching 292/3 consecutive shutout innings.
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It is mostly thanks to his novel, This Side Of Paradise, that his fame began and was also famous for his depictions of the jazz age in The Great Gatsby.
He had a thing for intense imagination towards his romantic stories.
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His trumpet playing and singing transformed the world of music, and he became one of our centurys most acknowledged and loved entertainers.
He also influenced the Civil Rights movement, expressing his feelings on segregation and race during a live television special in 1963 when he sang, ?Nobody Knows The Trouble Ive Seen?.
Females Inspired Change Also!
She was an accomplished pioneer of early cinema, a talented performer, a creative producer and a businesswoman who helped shape the film industry.
Mary was known as ?the girl with the curls? who acted in motion pictures at the time.
The first American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature
His involvement with issues involving women, race, and the people with no power in society make his work still essential today.
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