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The 1920's: Home

A resource guide for students researching the 1920's...

The 1920's:


Looking for a topic?

The sites below offer brief overviews on topics related to the 1920s - a good place to start!

MLA formatting and examples:

Ohio State University:

Clash of Cultures:

Primary sources focused on Prohibition, The Scopes Trial, "The New Woman," Anti Immigration & the KKK.

General Sources:

EbscoHost Databases – The Salida Regional Library

Search the following sources for articles on your topic!

America in Class from the National Humanities Center:

Becoming Modern: America in the 1920's:

Presents a range of information pertaining to the 1920's, with a specific focus on:

Issues & Controversies in American History:

Username: nshs

Password: northmen

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History:

History Now:

A timeline with key events of the 1920's along with many valuable primary and secondary sources.

Username: nshsstudent

Password: Password

National Women's History Museum:

National Women's History Museum:

Contains a range of information concerning women's history.

Library of Congress:

Chronicling America:

Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963.

Digital Public Library of America:

The Digital Public Library of America:

"Discover 29,474,312 images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States"