Type of source: film poster Before 1920s, silent film was the major product of film industry. 1920s was a transition from silent film to "talkies". Actually, audience taste pushed this great change in film history. At first time, Vita phone was a new things to people. With the synchronized voice, many people felt that films became more interesting. Because voice could create a funny atmosphere and film also help them socialize with other. Retrieved from http://www.filmsite.org/20sintro.html

The Kid (1921)

El chico "The Kid" (original title) The Tramp cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy. Director: Charles Chaplin (as Charlie Chaplin) Writer: Charles Chaplin Stars: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Jackie Coogan

Type of source: photograph Automobile was largely used by people. It allowed people to travel for a long distance. As a result, they could visit their friends frequently. Highway construction, gas stations, motels, and service stations were also stimulated by automobile. More jobs were provided in the industry of automobile that encouraged the boom of economy.  Retrieved from http://www.canadiancar.technomuses.ca/eng/frise_chronologique-timeline/1920/

This is car from the The car manufacturing industry was rapidly growing. The automobile industry created many new jobs not only in manufacturing, but also in small businesses such as gas stations and repair shops.

Type of source: photograph Telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell. By the 1920s, 3 out of 4 families in Canada had a telephone. The invention of telephone had a huge impact on people's life. It brought Canadians closed together, especially two persons who lived in isolated places. Retrieved from www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/telephones/

Old Fashioned Candlestick Phone - Whimsical & Unique Gift Ideas for the Coolest Gift Givers

Type of source: photograph Urbanization began the third phase in 1920s. Because of industrial revolution, the machines were largely applied in agriculture. Fewer hands were needed in farms. As a result More people moved from rural to urban to seek some jobs and opportunities. And also, the promise of growing industries drew people to cities. Cities began to thrive. Retrieved from http://historyclass.tripod.com/id2.html

Urbanization boomed in the Most of the steady income and good jobs were found within wealthy urban centres. Farms grew increasingly poor which, led to many issues for agriculturally dependent people.

Type of source: photograph.     This is picture was Bee Johnson who popularized Charleston in the white people. At that time, Charleston dance was famous of white flappers. As the boom of jazz music, Charleston had managed to influence and infect an entire generation in Canada. Within a year of its debut, Charleston Dance took the country by storm. The rapidly shifted rhythm made everyone be in the merriment. Retrieved from http://history1900s.about.com/od/1920s/qt/charleston.htm

How Did the Charleston Dance Get So Popular?: Bee Jackson, world Charleston dance champion perfoming in front of a mirror. Jackson was the first dancer to popularize the Charleston with white Americans.

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