Monday, March 12, 2012

Amazing Collection of Webpages on The 1920s

Occasionally I like to look and see how people got to this page. One person was looking for information on the 1920 and that led me to do some searches.  One page I found is this one which is a collection of pages that you can use to teach about the 1920s.  It includes the movie above from 1920 on Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as well as an entire page on the Jazz Age (it's is a companion to Ken Burns' for his documentary), a site for Charles Lindbergh,  the Scopes Monkey Trial,  the Harlem Renaissance, Henry Ford, primary source documents on the period and a lot of other categories. 

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