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The Great Migration Prohibition 1920's Inventions Post Modernism to Present Modernism Bonus
100
What was The Great Migration?
Mass movement of black southern farmers
100
The adhesive bandage which is still popular today for covering graze and cuts. It was invented by Earle Dickson who was an employee of Johnson & Johnson.
Band-aid
100
What was the protagonist's name?
Gil Pender
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What Jobs were obtained by migrants during the Great Migration?
Factories, Slaughterhouses, foundries
200
This car was a top of the range car produced from 1925 to 1928 by the French auto manufacturer. The car had a four-cylinder 2493 cc engine, which was a more modern design than earlier, and despite the low cylinder capacity, the car performed better than its predecessors. With this engine the car could be pushed to a maximum speed of 110 kilometres per hour (68 mph). The car is featured in the film Midnight in Paris.
The Peugeot (poo-zh-o ) type 176
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200
What did Gil love most about paris
Romance
300
A result of conflict between whites and blacks
New neighborhoods created by blacks
300
This drug is one of the widely used antibiotics, was invented by scientist Sir Alexander Fleming after studying bacteria.
Penicillin
300
What is the name of Gil's nostalgia store in his novel?
Out of the Past
400
What year did The Great Migration end?
1970
400
Name the device that device measures the heartbeats and breathing rate of a person in order to check whether the person is lying or not. If the pulse rate and breathing are high, then an alarm will buzz, indicating that the person is lying.
Polygraph
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Who said this quote"No subject is terrible if the story is true"?
Ernest Hemingway




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