1920's Mind Map

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1920's Mind Map by Mind Map: 1920's Mind Map

1. Jazz Age

1.1. Musicians

1.1.1. Louis Armstrong

1.1.2. Duke Ellington

1.2. Writers

1.2.1. Ernest Hermingway

1.2.2. F. Scott Fitzgerald

1.2.3. Claude McKay

1.3. Flappers

1.3.1. Dance in clubs

2. Immigration

2.1. Anti-Immigration

2.1.1. National Origins Act

2.1.2. Discrimination against immigrants

2.1.3. Sacco-Vancetti Trial

2.2. Nativism

2.2.1. Immigrants from Europe feared the shift of religions appearing, and it would become more popular than Protestant ideas

2.3. Red Scare

2.3.1. Developed from so many immigrants moving to the United States

3. Red Scare

3.1. Fear of communism in America

3.2. America thought that the Bolsheviks were behind communism

4. New Industries

4.1. Assembly Lines (divided work into simpler tasks)

4.1.1. Formed By Henry Ford

4.1.1.1. Model T

4.1.2. Made manufacturing automobiles a lot faster

5. Women's Rights

5.1. The Nineteenth Amendment was passed which allowed women the right to vote.

5.2. Soon after the 1920's, many women got jobs that involved working outside of the house

5.3. Portrayed the "Flappers"

6. The Ku Klux Klan

6.1. A group that was against immigrants, blacks, Catholics, women's rights and bootleggers

7. Prohibition (the 18th Amendment)

7.1. Speakeasies

7.1.1. Although selling and buying alcohol was illegal, these establishments would hold events that included selling and drinking alcoholic drinks

7.1.2. Corruption of police was big at this time

7.2. Bootlegging

7.2.1. Illegal production and shipping of alcohol

7.2.2. They would steal liquor from Government warehouses and produced their own

7.2.3. Increased wineries and breweries in many cities

7.3. The Untouchables

7.3.1. 11 famous law enforcement agents

7.3.2. They would raid stills and speakeasies

7.3.3. Took down Al Capone

7.4. Gangsters

7.4.1. Crime increased (Organized crime)

7.4.2. Popular in larger cities

7.4.3. Bootlegging became popular

7.4.4. Al Capone is the most famous gangster (Chicago)

7.5. Flappers

7.5.1. They'd smoke cigarettes, wear short skirts and a lot of makeup.

8. Harlem Rennaisence

8.1. African Americans migrated to the North