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Roaring Twenties: Home

Research Requirements

  • Use a minimum of 1 Print resource (book) Online Library Catalog:  and
  • 1 Database [Ex:  ABC CLIO, Biography in Context, and Britannica] to research your historical figure from the 1920's.

While researching your influential figure discover: 

  • How did your historical figure impact society?  
  • What about your figure made them interesting? What qualities, talents, or skills helped them influence the 1920's to make them roar?

A MLA Works Cited page is required for this research project. As you take notes, be sure to record your sources using the MLA citation maker found on this libguide. Follow the MLA requirements  for your Works Cited page.  Please see Ms. Detwiler with any questions. Feel free to stop by the Media Center or email her at

School Databases

School Database Page

Usernames (ID) and Passwords are lurgio

These resources cite the articles for you.


 - ABC-CLIO : American History

 - Britannica School




Works Cited Document Example: MLA style

Works Cited Document

   Title the document: 

   Times New Roman,   12 font,   Double Spaced

   ABC order

   Every line AFTER the first is indented.

   (Return - Tab:  to indent any line after the 1st)

    Example of a Works Cited page                                             

                                            Works Cited

Roaring Twenties." UXL Encyclopedia of U.S. History. Sonia Benson,

           Daniel E. Brannen, Jr.,and Rebecca Valentine. Vol. 7. Detroit: UXL, 2009.

           1318-1322. Student Resources in Context. Web. 4 Feb. 2015.

Spanner, Don. "Jazz Age." American History. ABC-CLIO, 2015. Web. 4 Feb. 2015.

Cite Your Sources

MLA Citation Creator

Use this citation generator to create your MLA style citations for your sources.

Why Cite?

  • Give Credit to the Author or Creator
  • So you can get back to you source
  • Avoid Plagiarism
  • Stay Organized

Cite as you go!