The American Anthem Gazette
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Dear Future Citizens of America,
My name is Alice Paul, I am the founder of the National Women's Party. I am from Mount Laurel, New Jersey. I have traveled to many places with my good friend, Lucy Burns, to try and earn women's right to vote. We have gone through many struggles trying to get this to happen. We started out with the National American Women Suffrage Association, but when that didn't work out I created the National Women's Party. Hopefully all our hard work will eventually pay off. We know that with your help we will someday be able to grant women the right to vote!
I started the National Women's Party to protest women's right to vote. NWP has done everything to try and earn the right to vote, From standing in front of the white house 24 hours a day through wind, snow, and rain, to going on hunger strikes. We have been force fed, thrown around, and over worked for our beliefs. But we believe that someday women will have the right to vote. I hope that whoever is reading this that in the day and age they are living in, women are able to vote. It would be a great accomplishment to be able to vote someday!
Yours truly, Alice Paul
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The Great Migration
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The Gilded Age
Nickname: "The Tar Heel State"
North Carolina is the number one tobacco producer in the country. But when they produced more tobacco then their buyers needed their tobacco prices plummeted.
In 1903, The Wright brothers flew the very first plane in Kitty Hawk North Carolina. They picked Kitty Hawk because of the constant wing that would help keep the airplane lifted.
The Progressive Era
Capital: Des Moines
Nickname: "The Hawkeye State"
Iowa is the number one corn producer in the country. Being in the heart of America they have the best soil in the United States. Iowa's soil is known as "The black gold of Iowa."
Grant Wood was an artist, born in Anamosa, Iowa that was famous for developing a new style of art called carpenter gothic. His most famous piece of work is American Gothic.
World War I Era
Capital: Santa Fe
Nickname: "Land Of Enchantment"
New Mexico joined the Union on January 6, 1912. They were the last state to ratify the nineteenth amendment which gave women the right to vote. On August 26, 1920 New Mexico finally ratified the amendment.
They have the third largest visual arts market in Taos and Santa Fe, in the country. Some well-known art centers have been there for over a century. Mabel Dodge Luhan used her wealth to bring artists and musicians to Taos, New Mexico.
The Roaring Twenties
Nickname: "The Garden State"
The prohibition law went into effect on January 16, 1920. In Atlantic City the law was unenforced because local authorities wanted business owners to provide whatever was needed to make the visitors happy.
The first motion picture created in America was produced by Fort Lee and Films. Fort Lee and Films was in Fort Lee, New Jersey. The first movie shot there was "Traffic In Souls."