Classroom Lesson: Everything Including the Kitchen Sink: Progressive Reforms and Economic Wealth in the 1920s
This lesson aligns with the AP U.S. History Curriculum areas WXT-3.0 Work, Exchange, and Tehcnology, CUL-2.0 Culture and Society, and Key Concepts 7.1 and 7.2 of Period 1890-1945.
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- Speech of Senator Owen of Oklahoma, March 24, 1910, on the necessity of establishing a department of public health
- A 1928 report on factory "health and recreation" amenities includes photos.
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