The 1920s roar back for Pa. students' class project

10/23/2013 | York Daily Record (Pa.)

Al Capone, Louis Armstrong and Babe Ruth were among the notable figures of the 1920s that 10th-grade history students researched for a recent class project at Eastern York High School in Pennsylvania. The students adopted a persona, dressed in costumes, learned to dance the Charleston and made their own speakeasy in the school's library, where snacks were served. "These kids, they'll remember this forever," teacher Jon Reichard said.

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