Design Culture 2A Assignment 1 Fashion History Timeline Jessica Molai Thulani Mlambo Zandile Nkosi Index Page: Page 1: Cover page Page 2: Index Page Page 3: Introduction Page 4: 1940’s Fashion Page 5: 1950’s Fashion Page 6: 1960’s Fashion Page 7: 1970’s & 1980’s Fashion Page 8: 1970’s & 1980’s
On April 13th, 1829, the British Parliament passed an act, known as The Catholic Emancipation Act. This was an event that changed Irish history, and could not have been achieved if it was not for Daniel O’Connell. O’Connell’s role in the passing of the Catholic Emancipation Act was not only extensive, but necessary. After Parliament passed the Act, O’Connell could legally join Parliament, and he fought for liberty for the Irish people from the British Royalty. O’Connell had many successes while in office, and worked, just as promised, to gain liberty for the Irish people, thus earning himself the title of “The liberator” and “The Emancipator.”
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1970s Sports The Wheel of Fortune, a popular television game show which started in 1975, is now on its 33rd season. Sports in the 1970s went through many changes and events which provided financial stability and a rise in popularity for gifted athletics. The 1970s brought about changes in politics, popularity of sports and the Olympics games which allowed sports to become a major event worldwide. The five most popular sports in the 1970s were baseball, basketball, football, boxing, and soccer (Logan).