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WW1 and Prohibition Era: 1913 - 1928
The articles in this section on United States History for Kids relate to the dates covered from 1913-1928 which covered the US entry into WW1 and the Prohibition Era. The devastation of the Great War and the death of so many young men led to the emergence of various reform movements that led to the Prohibition era. Americans sought some relief from the devastation of war by going to the movies, the first talking picture was released in this period. It was the era when aircraft were developed and the
Transatlantic flight by Charles Lindbergh brought America closer to western world. The leaders of the country who were elected president during WW1 & the Prohibition Era, and helped to make United States History, were Woodrow Wilson, Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge.

WW1 and Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1928
Find interesting facts, history and important information about United States History from 1913 - 1928 in the WW1 and Prohibition Era with a short summary and definition followed by detailed info about each of these important historical events.

WW1 and Prohibition Era for kids: United States History from 1913 - 1928
This article about the WW1 and Prohibition Era in United States History is presented in a unique way by linking the most famous events in the WW1 and Prohibition era of 1913 - 1928 with the presidents who were in power during the time when these important events in American history occurred. An easy way to discover facts, dates and information about the Important historical events in each of the Presidencies that occured during the WW1 and Prohibition Era of United States history that spanned from 1913 - 1928.

President Woodrow Wilson and the WW1 & Prohibition Era for kids: United States History from 1913 - 1928
Important events in United States History during the presidency of Woodrow Wilson includes the Sinking of the Lusitania, US entry into WW1, National Defense Act, 18th Amendment to the Constitution, Prohibition, Espionage and Sedition Acts and the 19th Amendment added to the Constitution - United States History for Kids:

 

WW1 & Prohibition Era: US History from 1913 - 1928
Woodrow Wilson Presidency (1913-1917) & (1917-1921)

World War One - Articles about the Great War for kids

President Woodrow Wilson

Facts, biography, accomplishments and biography of the life of Woodrow Wilson and summaries of important events during his presidency.

  
Woodrow Wilson and WW1

Summaries of events surrounding the president, the United States and World War 1.

  
Outbreak and Causes of World War 125 Facts about reasons and causes of the outbreak of WW1
  
American Entry into WW1Facts about the attitude of Americans towards the war and the reasons for US entry
  
Sinking of the Lusitania FactsFacts about the Lusitania passenger liner sunk by a German U-Boat (submarine)
  
The Sussex PledgePromise to the US to alter the German policy of unrestricted submarine warfare
  
Black Tom ExplosionThe Black Tom Explosion was perpetrated by German saboteurs during WW1
  
Zimmermann TelegramThe Zimmerman telegram helped to bring about American entry into WW1.
  
30 US Facts about WW130 US Facts about WW1 including info about the troops, warfare and weapons
  
America in World War 1Facts about the events at home during World War I
  
1917 Selective Service ActFacts about the 1917 Selective Draft Act and the Draft Boards
  
US Battles in WW1Facts about American campaigns and Battles in WW1
  
1916 National Defense ActThe Act provided major restructuring of the U.S. Army prior to US entry into WW1
  
Espionage and Sedition ActsMaking it illegal to write or speak anything critical of US involvement in the war.
  
War Industries Board - WIBGovernment Agency established to regulate the economy and industries in WW1
  
WW1 MobilizationGetting troops and supplies together ready for WW1 Mobilization.
  
Facts on the Harlem HellfightersThe all-black 369th Infantry regiment who received the French Croix de Guerre.
  
WW1 Liberty BondsThe US Government raised money to help finance the WW1 by selling Liberty Bonds
  
Committee on Public Information (CPI)Learn about the propaganda techniques use in WW1.
  
Fourteen PointsWilson's speech containing 14 points for a peaceful settlement of WW1
  
1919 Treaty of VersaillesThe treaty that punished Germany for the cost and damages of the Great War
  
Armistice - End of WW1The Armistice (cessation of hostilities) ended the Great War
  
Impact and Effects of WW1 on AmericaThe Social and Economic Impact of WW1 on America
  
Tomb of the Unknown SoldierThe Burial of an unidentified WW1 soldier in Arlington National Cemetery in 1921
  
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Guards The duties and creed of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
  
1918 Spanish Flu PandemicFacts about the  highly contagious, lethal virus called Spanish Flu
  

Progressivism, the Progressive Movement and Reforms

Wilson's New FreedomNew Freedom attacked the Triple Wall of Privilege and passed social reforms
  
The Progressive MovementThe Progressive Movement continued during the Wilson Presidency
  
Progressive ReformsProgressive Reforms made at city, state and federal level
  
Women's suffrageThe fight for the right to vote led to the Women's Suffrage movements
  
1913 Federal Reserve ActSet up a regional Federal Reserve System
  
Revenue Act of 1913Reduced the average tariff on imported goods and re-imposed Income Tax
  
1914 Federal Trade ActAntitrust action that created the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  
1914 Clayton Antitrust ActBanned monopolistic practices by business and gave the right of workers to strike
  
1916 Keating-Owen Child Labor ActLimited how many hours children were allowed to work
  
1916 Federal Farm Loan ActCreated 12 Federal Land Banks to provide small farmers with low interest loans
  
Adamson Act of 1916Mandated the 8 hour day on the railroads
  
18th Amendment to the ConstitutionEighteenth Amendment: Prohibition - Liquor abolished.
  
19th Amendment to the ConstitutionWomen get the right to vote
  

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem RenaissanceThe Harlem Renaissance was the flowering of African American culture.
  
WW1 Great MigrationMovement of African Americans from the southern farmlands to the northern cities.
  
Famous Harlem Renaissance FiguresThe Names and Lists of Famous Harlem Renaissance Figures
  
Harlem Renaissance PoetsFacts on the Poets of the Harlem Renaissance and their poems and Poetry
  
Harlem Renaissance WritersFacts on the Writers and Authors of the Harlem Renaissance and their Books
  
Harlem Renaissance ArtistsFacts on the famous Artists of the Harlem Renaissance
  
Harlem Renaissance SingersThe Singers of the Harlem Renaissance and their songs
  
Harlem Renaissance MusiciansThe Musicians of the Harlem Renaissance and their music and songs
  
Marcus Garvey Facts and BiographyFacts and Biography of Marcus Garvey, Black Nationalism and the UNIA
 

Prohibition Era and Gangsters

The Prohibition EraProhibition: Gangsters, speakeasies, organized crime and political corruption.
  
Volstead ActThe Volstead Act, aka National Prohibition Act, to enforce the 18th amendment
  
Prohibition GangstersFind the names and descriptions of the famous Prohibition Gangsters
  
SpeakeasiesThe Speakeasy was a secret drinking club during Prohibition
  
Facts about Al CaponeFacts about Al "Scarface" the famous of all the Prohibition Gangsters
  
Chicago MafiaThe Chicago Mafia were part of the organized crime wave led by Al Capone
  
St. Valentine's Day MassacreThe St. Valentine's Day Massacre
  
Eliot Ness and "The Untouchables"Facts about FBI Agent Eliot Ness and his squad of "The Untouchables"
  

The Red Scare

1920 Wall Street bombing1920 Wall Street bombing - September 16, 1920 bombing on Wall Street
  
The First Red ScareThe Red Scare of communists and anarchists followed WW1
  
The Palmer RaidsThe Palmer Raids to arrest and deport radical leftists, especially anarchists
  
Sacco and Vanzetti CaseThe Sacco and Vanzetti case
  
Resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan1920's KKK - Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s and the march down Pennsylvania Avenue
  

Other Notable Events in the Woodrow Wilson Presidency

Henry Ford and the Model TThe history of Henry Ford and the Model T automobile
  
The Assembly LineFacts about the history of the Assembly Line
  
US and the Mexican RevolutionUS intervention and involvement in the Mexican Revolution (1910 - 1920)
  
Facts on the Panama Canal The Panama Canal was officially opened in August 1914
  
Fundamentalist MovementFundamentalism and the Fundamentalist Movement
  
The 'Monkey Trial'John Scopes, Darwinism and the 'Monkey Trial'
  
Eugenics MovementEugenics Movement in America - Pseudo-Scientific Racism
  

WW1 & Prohibition Era: US History from 1913 - 1928 - Woodrow Wilson Presidency

Fashion, Consumerism and Women in the 1920's
Important events in United States History during the 1920's.

Fashion, Leisure, Consumerism and Women in the 1920's

The Roaring TwentiesFind interesting facts and info about the Roaring Twenties.
  
The Jazz AgeThe Jazz Age associated with exuberance and the introduction of jazz music
  
Economic Boom of the 1920'sCauses of the Economic Boom of the 1920's
  
Consumerism in 1920's AmericaThe rise of Consumerism, the Consumer Society and easy credit
  
1920's Radio and AdvertisingRead about the history and impact of the Radio
  
Inventions in the 1920'sDetails and List of Inventions and Inventors that shaped America in the 1920's
  
Early US Aviation Facts about Early Aviation, aviators and the airline industry
  
Sports in the 1920'sLive sporting events were broadcast live across the nation. Sports stars were idolized.
  
Hollywood in the 1920sRise of Hollywood in the 1920s and Famous Movie Stars of the era
  
First talking movie - The Jazz SingerFacts about the first talking motion picture, the movie studios and movie stars
  
Famous FlappersFacts about the Famous Flappers of the Roaring Twenties and the Jazz Age
  
1920's Fashion for WomenFacts about women's fashions, designers, dresses and trends in clothing
  
1920s Men's FashionFacts about men's fashions - suits, shirts, hats, shoes, hairstyle etc.
  
Women in the 1920'sList of names, descriptions and the changing role of women in society
  

President Warren Harding and the WW1 & Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1928
Important events in United States History during the presidency of Warren Harding includes the Emergency Quota Act and the Teapot Dome Scandal - United States History for Kids:

WW1 & Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1928
Warren Harding Presidency (1921-1923)

  
President Warren Harding

Facts, biography, accomplishments and biography of the life of Warren Harding and summaries of important events during his presidency.

  
The Mellon PlanThe Mellon Plan was introduced by the Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon
  
Isolationism in the 1920'sIsolationism - the foreign policy adopted by Republican governments in the 1920's.
  
The Washington Conference Washington Conference, November 1921 - February 1922
  
1921 Emergency Quota ActThe 1921 Emergency Quota Act used a percentage system to restrict immigration
  
The Ohio GangThe close friends favoured by President Harding were involved in bribery and corruption
  
Teapot Dome ScandalThe Teapot Dome Scandal involved national security, oil companies and corruption
  

WW1 & Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1928

 

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President Calvin Coolidge and the WW1 & Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1928
Important events in United States History during the presidency of Calvin Coolidge includes the Revenue Acts of 1924 and 1926, Immigration Act of 1924, Air Commerce Act, the Transatlantic flight by Charles Lindbergh and the First talkie picture - United States History for Kids:

 

WW1 & Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1928
Calvin Coolidge Presidency (1923- 1929)

President Calvin Coolidge

Facts, biography, accomplishments and biography of the life of Calvin Coolidge and summaries of important events during his presidency.

  
Facts about Al CaponeFacts about Al "Scarface" the famous of all the Prohibition Gangsters
  
Chicago MafiaThe Chicago Mafia were part of the organized crime wave led by Al Capone
  
SpeakeasiesThe Speakeasy was a secret drinking club during Prohibition
  
St. Valentine's Day MassacreThe St. Valentine's Day Massacre
  
The Dawes PlanThe Dawes Plan
  
The Kellogg-Briand PactThe Kellogg-Briand Pact, August 27, 1928, aimed to abolish war
  
Revenue Act of 1924The provisions of the bill.
  
Revenue Act of 1926The provisions of the bill.
  
Immigration Act of 1924National origin quotas as a permanent basis for U.S. immigration policy
  
National Origins Act of 1924The National Origins Act made immigration restriction a permanent US policy
  
US-Mexican Border HistoryLabor Appropriation Act of 1924 established the Border Patrol and Border Stations
  
1926 Air Commerce ActThe law placed responsibility for aircraft, pilots and airlines with the government
  
Charles Lindbergh Transatlantic FlightFacts about the Charles Lindbergh first Transatlantic Solo Flight
  

WW1 & Prohibition Era: United States History from 1913 - 1929 - Calvin Coolidge Presidency

Crash Course in American History: Summaries of Events in the WW1 and Prohibition Era
A fast overview, or crash course in American History, during the WW1 and Prohibition Era can be obtained from the interesting and important articles on United States History for Kids that can be found in the section. There are summaries and definitions of the key historical events for each of the presidencies of the WW1 and Prohibition Era from 1913 - 1928.

United States History for Kids: Video of US Presidents
The articles in the WW1 and Prohibition section of the United States History for Kids website provides historical facts and information about the important historical events that occurred from 1913 - 1928. The following video will give you additional important facts, history and dates about the personal and political lives of all the US Presidents of the New Nation Era, adding to your knowledge of United States History.

 

 

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