The Boy Scouts History Timeline

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The Boy Scouts of America is founded on February 8, 1910 -The Titanic sank on April 15, 1912 -The Idaho Big Burn happened in August of 1910 -The Versailles Treaty is signed on June 26,1919 -The U.S. entered World War 1 on April 6, 1917 -J.M Barrie has Peter Pan published -Babe Ruth pitches his first game and hits his first home run with the Red Sox in 1915 -Charlie Chaplin began to appear in more movies in 1914 -Harry Houdini is a stunt man that performed in the 20th century -Woodrow Wilson and Edith Galt get married on December 18, 1915 -Corona Company begins selling portable typewriters in the U.S. -Charles Strite invents the first toaster -Harry Brearley invents stainless steel -The Army Tank is invented in 1916 …show more content…

Byrd and Bennett Fly Over South Pole in 1929. The first hair dryer was invented in 1920 Lie Detector Invented in 1921 Talking Movies Invented in 1923. The first car radio was invented in 1929 Frozen food was invented in 1929 Walt Disney started his career in 1920s Einstein was a philosopher in 1920s The Soviet Union started to develop new thoughts of war and destruction. Joseph Norman Lockyer was from the 1920s Karl Graebe was from the 19 twenties Two of the most iconic fashions of the 1920s are the cloche hat and the flapper dress The popular look was the dropped waist skirt Tunic-tops and sweaters reaching to the hips were extremely popular Wrap over coats were the essential style, especially in winter Bar Shoes and T- Bar shoes were all the rage Al Jolson’s “April Showers” was popular in 1922 Al Jolson’s “When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along” was popular in 1926 Al Jolson’s “I'm Sitting On Top of the World” was popular in 1926 Louis Armstrong’s “West in Blues” in 1928 was popular. Louis Armstrong’s “You’re still smiling” in 1929 was popular. The movie “Nosferatu” premiered in 1922. The movie “Torrent” premiered in 1926 “The Phantom of the Opera” was made in …show more content…

-Al Capone Imprisoned for Income Tax Evasion -Golden Gate Bridge Opened -World War 2 began in 1939 -The Empire State Building opens in New York, becoming the world's tallest skyscraper -George and Ira Gershwin’s Girl Crazy appears on Broadway -Novelist John Galsworthy wins the Nobel Prize in Literature - An actor, Eddie Albert, is hired to write, produce and star in television dramas -1937: J.R.R. Tolkien opens up a fantasy world with The Hobbit. -March 3, 1931 - The Star-Spangled Banner, by Francis Scott Key, is approved as the national anthem. -Air Conditioning is invented -Scotch Tape is patented by Richard G. Drew in 1930 -Polaroid photography is invented by Edwin Herbert Land -Karl Jansky invents the radio telescope in 1933 -Stereo records are invented in 1933 -Amelia Earhart is the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932 - Grant Wood paints the American Gothic. - Mary Bethune founds the National Council of Negro Women in 1935 -February 27, 1932: James Chadwick publishes his discovery of the neutron in Nature -In 1930, Lowell Thomas begins first regular U.S. network news cast -Fur and Floral patterns were in -Boys wore short shorts and tall

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