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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Important Figures of the 1920s Warren Harding was the 29th president of theUnited States from1921-1923. His campaignrevolved around a "return to normalcy" after WWI. His presidency was plagued by scandal. Some included giving positions to friends,known as the "Ohio Gang"and most notorious, the Teapot Dome Scandal. He passed away in officein 1923. Clarence Darrow was a lawyer best known fordefending John Scopes during the Scopes Trial when he was arrested for teaching evolution in his class and breaking theButler Act. His use of William Bryan as an expert witness on the Bible lead to turning the public against Bryan. Despitethis, Scopes was still found guilty and had to pay $100 fine. By: Tracy Liesenfelt Charles Lindbergh was an American aviator, engineer,and social activist. He became more well-knownwhen he was the first to flysolo nonstop from New York to Paris in May 1927, at only 25 years old. For thisflight he was awarded theOrteig Prize from a New York hotel owner, Raymond Orteig. After his flight, he usedhis fame to promote the development of commercialaviation in late 1920-1930's. 1901~1971 1888~1927 / 1891~1927 1902~1974 1887~1940 Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong was a famous jazz musician who was well known for his skills on the trumpet and cornet. He had popularized the seat style of singing, and is still today considered one of jazz's most important and influential musicians. Not only was he a member of King Oliver's band in the 1920's, he also formed several other bands of his own such as, The Hot Fives and Sevens. Bartolomeo Vanzetti & Nicloa Sacco Calvin Coolidge became the 30th president after Harding's sudden death in 1923. He was president from 1923-1929 and he had restored public confidence in the White Houseafter Harding's scandals. He was considered a pro-business president through his practices. However, some of his laissez-faire policies led toeconomic problems thatevolved into the Great Depression. His nicknamewas "Silent Cal" for hisquiet nature. Warren Harding 1872~1933 Calvin Coolidge 1865~1923 1857~1938 Clarence Darrow Albert Fall Albert Fall was originally aUS Senator from New Mexicobut once Harding took office, he became the Secretary of the Interior. He was infamous for hisinvolvement in the Teapot Dome Scandal in which he had leasedland to private companies inexchange for bribes. He wasfound guilty of conspiracy and bribery and became the first person convicted of felonywhile in cabinet. Charles Lindbergh Marcus Garvey was apolitical leader who had largelyadvocated for "Black Nationalism" and financialindependence for Blacks. Onemovement started by Garveywas "Back to Africa." In this heurged for African descent toreturn to the land of their ancestors to have their ownempire due to unfair treatmentin mostly White nations. Marcus Garvey Sacco and Vanzetti weretwo Italian-born anarchists who were convicted ofmurdering a guard andpaymaster during a Massachusetts shoe factory robbery. It was believed that, the courtmay have prejudiced against them for beingimmigrants when foundguilty. They were sentenced to death inApril 1927. 1861~1944
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