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20th Century Turning Points in U.S. History

Program 3: 1919-1928 (#103)

Program 3: 1919-1928
1919- Prohibition Begins
1920- Women Gain the Right to Vote
1923- Teapot Dome Scandal Typifies the Roaring ‘20s
1924- J. Edgar Hoover Named Head of the FBI
1925- The Scopes Monkey Trial
1926- Goddard Initiates the Space Age
1926- David Sarnoff Founds NBC
1927- Charles Lindbergh Flies Across the Atlantic
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