A painter in the Harlem Renaissance who painted about the Great Migration.
A poet in the Harlem Renaissance who wrote about African and American cultural experiences. He wrote “Ballad of the Landlord”
A jazz musician in the Harlem Renaissance who composed music and played piano. His famous song is “It Don’t Mean a Thing”
A jazz musician in the Harlem Renaissance who sang and played trumpet. One of his famous songs is “What a Wonderful World
A blues singer in the Harlem Renaissance. Her popular song was “Nobody Knows You When You”re Down and Out”
Changed American life by inventing the first airplane in 1903 that flew in North Carolina
Changed American life when he perfected the assembly line that was used to make less expensive Model T cars.
Perfected the lightbulb. Electricity changed American life and electric lighting made it possible to do work into the night.
He was the most famous “American Gangster”
He changed American life by being the first to broadcast radio to people’s homes, then later television. He founded tv station NBC.
He changed American life by inventing the radio.
She was an artist during the 1920s and 1930s who painted urban settings and and also of the South West.
F Scott Fitzgerald
He wrote books about the jazz age of the 1920s. One of his most famous books is The Great Gatsby
He wrote books during the 1930s about poor migrant workers. One of his most famous novels is The Grapes of Wrath.
A composer and conductor who wrote uniquely American music in the populist style music during the 1920s and 1930s. One song he wrote is called “Fanfare for the Common Man”
A composer and conductor who wrote uniquely American music in the classical style music during the 1920s and 1930s. One song he wrote is called “I got rhythm”