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Teaching DBQ: 1920s in America

DBQ: 1920s in America

Citations: Document 1: Busnell, Elmer Andrews. “The sky is now her limit.” Library of Congress, 1920, Document 2: Page, Ellen Welles. “A Flapper’s Appeal to Parents,” Outlook, December 6, 1922. Document 3: “The Case against the Younger Generation,” Literary Digest, vol. 73, 17 June 1922. Document 4: The Great Migration, 1910 to 1970, The United States Census Bureau, 13 September 2012. Document 5: Hughes, Langston. “I, Too.” The Collected Works of Langston Hughes, University of Missouri Press, 2001, pp. Page 61-62. Document 6: “Chicago Race Riots Spread, 27 Dead, 244 Injured.” New York Tribune, July 1919, pp. 1, 7, 30.

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