Hero's of the 1920's By: Mason Rummell

Amelia Earheart was born on July 24th, 1897 and died on July 2, 1937. Amelia said she was going to fly around the world. She showed a sign of bravery and courage which sparked other women to do amazing things like her
Babe Ruth was born February 6, 1895, and died on August 16, 1948. Babe was one of the greatest baseball players at the time who playes for the New York Yankees and was nicknamed "The Great Bambino". Many people looked up to Babe and wanted to be as good at baseball as him.
Lou Gehrig was also a famous baseball player along side of Babe Ruth. Lou played for the New York Yankees with Babe. Lou was born on June 19, 1903, and died on June 2, 1941. Many people also looked up to Lou as a hero, but not as much as they did Babe
Jelly Roll Morton October 20, 1890, and died on July 10, 1941. Jelly was one of the most famous Jazz singers of the time and his most famous album was called "The Complete Library of Congress Recordings". Many people looked up to him as a hero or a role model because he was a kind man and had a very good talent in singing.
I think that a big time hero today is anyone serving or who has served in the military of any force. I think that they are a major hero because they save many lives and sacrifice their own lives to save all of ours. If it wasn't for them

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Created with images by ErikaWittlieb - "superman superhero cape" • Barbro Andersen - "Amelia Earhart (1)" • Jim, the Photographer - "Photograph of Babe Ruth"

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