The Roaring 1920s History Class Board

Collection by Samuel Bliemel

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The 1920s or "roaring twenties" was a time of prosperity within Canada, but also one of controversy and change. This board displays some of the organizations, people and changes in the 1920s that were around. NOTE: Due to some account creation mistakes I created my board within another one of my boards, please note that the pins inside are made by myself and myself alone.

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Foster Hewitt - He Shoots . He Scores ! HockeyGods strives to untie hockey fans from across the globe covering all types of hockey imaginable. April 21, November, Order Of Canada, Canadian History, History Class, Newfoundland, Scores, 1920s, The Fosters

Foster William Hewitt

Source: Signed Photograph Source Date: Unlisted, Foster Hewitt: Born November 21, 1902, deceased on April 21, 1985. Foster Hewitt was a Canadian broadcaster for Hockey Night in Canada and was famous for his play-by-play callouts, as well as his phrase "He shoots, he scores!" When broadcasting he addressed Canada, Newfoundland (independent at the time) and the USA. In 1972 he was made an officer of the Order of Canada. He was one of the main influencers of Canada's now large passion for…

Source: artifact, primary July Canada passes the Chinese Exclusion Act and it Bans all Chinese accept students, merchants, and diplomats from entering Canada. The Chinese race was the only race to be outcasted to this extent. Family Separation, Labor Union, Immigration Policy, Canadian History, O Canada, Primary Sources, New Law, Forced Labor

Chinese Immigration Act, Enacted: 1923

Source: Identification Card for 3-year-old Wong Toy Jin (in compliance to register all Canadian-born and naturalized Chinese residents.) Source date: May 14, 1924 The Chinese Immigration Act of 1923, also known as the Chinese Exclusion Act, barred almost all immigration into Canada from Chinese people. This ban lasted 24 years, the act was revoked in 1947 but wasn't fully scrubbed until 1967 of bias based on race and nationality. The penalty for refusal was imprisonment or fines up to $500.

Source: Photograph, The original Eatons which opened in 1905 (Photo Circa 1900-1925) This is a photograph of the Eaton's store in Winnipeg during the 1920s. This building was opened in 1905 and was the first m Due to 1920s consumerism in Canada, this business grew. The company was used across Canada with its catalogues and many big cities had their stores. Even small towns like Chatham, Belleville and Huntsville had stores built in the 1920s. (Canadian Encyclopedia) This shows how widespread… History Class, Consumerism, Small Towns, Teacher Resources, 1920s, Cities, Photograph, Canada, Fotografia

Eatons, photo circa 1920

Source: Photograph, The original Eatons which opened in 1905 (Photo Circa 1900-1925) This is a photograph of the Eaton's store in Winnipeg during the 1920s. This building was opened in 1905 and was the first m Due to 1920s consumerism in Canada, this business grew. The company was used across Canada with its catalogues and many big cities had their stores. Even small towns like Chatham, Belleville and Huntsville had stores built in the 1920s. (Canadian Encyclopedia) This shows how widespread…

The Group of Seven seated around a table at the Arts & Letters Club, Toronto, c. Emily Carr, Maurice Denis, Paul Cézanne, Edouard Vuillard, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, David Milne, Canada Economy, Franklin Carmichael

Group of seven photo, Circa 1920

Source: Photograph Date of origin: 1920 These are the members of the Group of Seven at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, clockwise from the left side is A.Y. Jackson, Fred Varley, Lawren Harris, Barker Fairley, Franz Johnston, Arthur Lismer and J.E.H. Macdonald. "In addition to Tom Thomson, Emily Carr and David Milne, the Group of Seven were the most important Canadian artists of the first decades of the twentieth century." (Canadian encyclopedia) this is a direct quote, and as it states…

Alberta's "Famous were petitioners in the groundbreaking Persons Case. Led by judge Emily Murphy, the group included Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby. My Family History, Women In History, History Class, The Famous Five, Group Of Five, The Valiant, Canadian History, Canada

The Famous Five

Source: Statuettes of the famous five Date: Unknown -not listed The Famous Five, formerly and also known as the "Alberta Five" were a group of women who fought for and won the person's case in 1927. This group of women was led by Emily Murphy and its members consisted of Nellie McClung, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby. The person's case is the right of women to be appointed to the Senate.

Source: Painting Date of origin: Circa 1921 This painting was painted by the famous Canadian Lawren S. Harris who is also a member of the group of seven, a highly influential group of Canadian artists of the This painting has changed ow Group Of Seven, History Class, Canadian Artists, 1920s, Abstract, Gallery, Board, Painting, Collection

Billboard (Jazz)

Source: Painting Date of origin: Circa 1921 This painting was painted by the famous Canadian Lawren S. Harris who is also a member of the group of seven, a highly influential group of Canadian artists of the 1920s. This painting has changed ow

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At least Native American children died in residential schools, research shows (from children in care) Native Canadian, Canadian History, American History, Canadian Girls, American Art, Aboriginal Children, Aboriginal People, Native American Genocide, Native American Indians

Residential Schools

Source: Children in the residential school class The Canadain government essentially kidnapped the children of Canada's First Nation people to assimilate them into Canada's "superior" European culture. Many Children there were abused horribly and some died or were sexually assaulted. The last Canadian residential school closed in 1969.

This is a picture that shows a discrimination group back then known as KKK (Ku Klux Klan). This group promoted discrimination and racism against may racial minorities such as Black Canadians. Black Canadians, Ku Klux Klan, Canadian History, France, Anglo Saxon, Roaring 20s, American Civil War, Roman Catholic, Northern Ireland

Canadian Ku Klux Klan

Source: KKK photo from Vancouver in 1925 The KKK was an outlawed, racist and violent organization who were pro-white supremacy and saw the other races as inferior and anyone mixing with them was inferior too. They originated from some ex-confederate soldiers from the US's civil war. They never fully established in Canada but were popular in Saskatchewan in the 1920s.

British Home Children were impoverish youngsters between infancy and 18 years of age who were sent to British Colonies by philanthropic groups. British Home Children were sent to Canada between the and the . An overview of the British Home Children World History, Family History, History Class, Immigration Au Canada, Orphan Train, British Home, Canadian History, History Facts, Supernatural

British Home Children

Source: Photograph of the British Home Children The British Home Children were children sent from Britain to Canada in order to escape Britain's chronic poverty that was paining the country. This lasted from the 1800s until the great depression. Although promised rescue, the children sent to Canada were sadly mistreated and used as cheap labour in Canada instead of being given welcoming homes.

Source: Photograph, Mary Pickford was the highest paid actress of her era, and one of the most glamorous (Canadian Encyclopedia). Mary Pickford was a pioneering figure of early cinema. She started a path for women in the motion picture industry. Old Hollywood, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Icons, Silent Film Stars, Movie Stars, Belle Epoque, Picture Company

Mary Pickford "America's Sweetheart"

Source: Photograph Gladys Louise Smith, more commonly known as Mary Pickford, and although Canadian, was famously known as "America's Sweetheart" was an actor, producer and writer. (Canadian Encyclopedia) She was born on April 8, 1892, and died on May 29, 1979. Mary Pickford was the first woman to earn more than 1$ million a year through acting and co-running a film studio, and millions of people flocked to her movies. She started acting at 6 and was a pioneer for women in the film industry.

Foster Hewitt - He Shoots . He Scores ! HockeyGods strives to untie hockey fans from across the globe covering all types of hockey imaginable. April 21, November, Order Of Canada, Canadian History, History Class, Newfoundland, Scores, 1920s, The Fosters

Foster William Hewitt

Source: Signed Photograph Source Date: Unlisted, Foster Hewitt: Born November 21, 1902, deceased on April 21, 1985. Foster Hewitt was a Canadian broadcaster for Hockey Night in Canada and was famous for his play-by-play callouts, as well as his phrase "He shoots, he scores!" When broadcasting he addressed Canada, Newfoundland (independent at the time) and the USA. In 1972 he was made an officer of the Order of Canada. He was one of the main influencers of Canada's now large passion for…

Source: artifact, primary July Canada passes the Chinese Exclusion Act and it Bans all Chinese accept students, merchants, and diplomats from entering Canada. The Chinese race was the only race to be outcasted to this extent. Family Separation, Labor Union, Immigration Policy, Canadian History, O Canada, Primary Sources, New Law, Forced Labor

Chinese Immigration Act, Enacted: 1923

Source: Identification Card for 3-year-old Wong Toy Jin (in compliance to register all Canadian-born and naturalized Chinese residents.) Source date: May 14, 1924 The Chinese Immigration Act of 1923, also known as the Chinese Exclusion Act, barred almost all immigration into Canada from Chinese people. This ban lasted 24 years, the act was revoked in 1947 but wasn't fully scrubbed until 1967 of bias based on race and nationality. The penalty for refusal was imprisonment or fines up to $500.

Source: Photograph, The original Eatons which opened in 1905 (Photo Circa 1900-1925) This is a photograph of the Eaton's store in Winnipeg during the 1920s. This building was opened in 1905 and was the first m Due to 1920s consumerism in Canada, this business grew. The company was used across Canada with its catalogues and many big cities had their stores. Even small towns like Chatham, Belleville and Huntsville had stores built in the 1920s. (Canadian Encyclopedia) This shows how widespread… History Class, Consumerism, Small Towns, Teacher Resources, 1920s, Cities, Photograph, Canada, Fotografia

Eatons, photo circa 1920

Source: Photograph, The original Eatons which opened in 1905 (Photo Circa 1900-1925) This is a photograph of the Eaton's store in Winnipeg during the 1920s. This building was opened in 1905 and was the first m Due to 1920s consumerism in Canada, this business grew. The company was used across Canada with its catalogues and many big cities had their stores. Even small towns like Chatham, Belleville and Huntsville had stores built in the 1920s. (Canadian Encyclopedia) This shows how widespread…

The Group of Seven seated around a table at the Arts & Letters Club, Toronto, c. Emily Carr, Maurice Denis, Paul Cézanne, Edouard Vuillard, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, David Milne, Canada Economy, Franklin Carmichael

Group of seven photo, Circa 1920

Source: Photograph Date of origin: 1920 These are the members of the Group of Seven at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, clockwise from the left side is A.Y. Jackson, Fred Varley, Lawren Harris, Barker Fairley, Franz Johnston, Arthur Lismer and J.E.H. Macdonald. "In addition to Tom Thomson, Emily Carr and David Milne, the Group of Seven were the most important Canadian artists of the first decades of the twentieth century." (Canadian encyclopedia) this is a direct quote, and as it states…

Alberta's "Famous were petitioners in the groundbreaking Persons Case. Led by judge Emily Murphy, the group included Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby. My Family History, Women In History, History Class, The Famous Five, Group Of Five, The Valiant, Canadian History, Canada

The Famous Five

Source: Statuettes of the famous five Date: Unknown -not listed The Famous Five, formerly and also known as the "Alberta Five" were a group of women who fought for and won the person's case in 1927. This group of women was led by Emily Murphy and its members consisted of Nellie McClung, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby. The person's case is the right of women to be appointed to the Senate.

Source: Painting Date of origin: Circa 1921 This painting was painted by the famous Canadian Lawren S. Harris who is also a member of the group of seven, a highly influential group of Canadian artists of the This painting has changed ow Group Of Seven, History Class, Canadian Artists, 1920s, Abstract, Gallery, Board, Painting, Collection

Billboard (Jazz)

Source: Painting Date of origin: Circa 1921 This painting was painted by the famous Canadian Lawren S. Harris who is also a member of the group of seven, a highly influential group of Canadian artists of the 1920s. This painting has changed ow