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Social Studies - U. S. History II
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Standard 5
Students will understand how Americans reacted to rapid social change during the 1920's.
Objective 1
Analyze how the United States coped with rapid economic and technological advances.

 
  • Ad Access
    This is a collection of advertisements from 1911 to 1955 maintained by Duke University. Ad Access can be used as a way to examine social history, persuasion, or economics.
  • Domesticity to Modernity: What Was Home Economics?
    A look at the study of home economics as it was practiced in the early 20th century. This site shows how this study led to improvement in education and political rights for women.
  • National Jukebox Archive
    Recordings of music, particularly from the early 1900s

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