Taylor Graff's Teapot Dome Scandal

Satisfactory Essays
Teapot Dome Scandal Taylor Graff The Harding Administration - Warren G. Harding hired his friends instead of actual workers because he wanted to be able to relax with them. The most famous scandal began in 1922 when his secretary of the interior, Albert B. Fall allowed people to lease land containing the U.S Navy oil reserves in Wyoming and California, he received bribes totalling more than 300,000 dollars from them. Fall then in 1929 became the first cabinet officer to go to prison. Assembly line Taylor Graff Henry Ford - Henry Ford created the assembly line mode of production that revolutionized the industry. Ford introduced the model T in October of 1908 which had 100 percent gains for several years. He sponsored the development of the mass production moving assembly line technique in 1914 when he introduced the $5-per-day wages, which would equal $110 in 2011. Henry Ford died on April 7, 1947 at the age of 83 from cerebral hemorrhage. Most influential Jazz Player Taylor Graff Duke Ellington - He was born on April 29, 1899 in Washington DC. He was an American composer, pianist, and bandleader, and he composed thousands of songs for the stage, screen, and contemporary songbook during his 50-year career. He created one of the most distinctive ensemble sounds in Western music. He continued to play until shortly before his death in 1974. Sports from the 1920’s Taylor Graff
Get Access