Category Archives: Enrichment

Extension materials – The USA in the 1920s. The importance of change

If you click here you will get to a nice article form History.com exploring change in the 1920s. It starts with a super 2 minute video. If you click here you will get a nice introduction to the importance of the automobile. If you … Continue reading

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Enrichment – flappers in focus

If you click here you will get to a lovely article from Kassia St Clair about the ultimate symbol of the 1920s – the flapper in the 1843 magazine. As St Clair states “Once the war was over, many women … Continue reading

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Enrichment – Colour portraits of immigrants at Ellis Island – in pictures

Following on from last week’s lesson on immigration policy in the 1920s, if you click here you will get to an article in The Guardian by Sarah Gilbert. In it, she tells the story of Augustus Francis Sherman. Many of the … Continue reading

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Enrichment – Another excellent “overview” video of the USA in the 1920s

Guys, I do feel it has been an excellent start to the course. Well done. If you fancy a nice extra then have a look at the following. Mr Kydd.

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