The Roar of the Twenties; The Crash of the Thirties 1920-1939
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Eighth graders view a section of the A & E Special: Prohibition, Thirteen Years that Changed America, focusing on the music, clothing and dance crazes of the 1920's. They also read Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr.
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