Vol 01 – 10


Vol 01    1915-1916 
Vol 02    1916-1917
Vol 03    1917-1918
Vol 04   1918-1919
Vol 05  1919-1920
Vol 06   1920-1921
Vol 07   1921-1922
Vol 08   1922-1923
Vol 09   1923-1924
Vol 10    1924-1925



Each PDF file contains one year of weekly editions.  Size of each is 30 -50,000KB.

Major events in United States history during this period:

1915 First long distance telephone service, between New York and San Francisco, is demonstrated (Jan. 25).
1916 U.S. agrees to purchase Danish West Indies (Virgin Islands) for $25 million (treaty signed Aug. 14). Jeannette Rankin of Montana is the first woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives (Nov. 7).
1917 Wilson’s second inauguration (March 5). First regular airmail service begins, with one round trip a day between Washington, DC, and New York (May 15).
1918 Worldwide influenza epidemic strikes; by 1920, nearly 20 million are dead. In U.S., 500,000 perish.
1919 League of Nations meets for the first time; U.S. is not represented (Jan. 13). Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution is ratified, prohibiting the manufacture, sale, and transportation of liquor (Jan. 16). It is later repealed by the Twenty-First Amendment in 1933. Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution is ratified, granting women the right to vote (Aug. 18). President Wilson suffers a stroke (Sept. 26). Treaty of Versailles, outlining terms for peace at the end of World War I, is rejected by the Senate (Nov. 19).
1921 Warren G. Harding is inaugurated as the 29th president (March 4). He signs resolution declaring peace with Austria and Germany (July 2).
1923 President Harding dies suddenly (Aug. 2). He is succeeded by his vice president, Calvin Coolidge. Teapot Dome scandal breaks, as Senate launches an investigation into improper leasing of naval oil reserves during Harding administration (Oct.)
1925 Coolidge’s second inauguration (March 4). Tennessee passes a law against the teaching of evolution in public schools (March 23), setting the stage for the Scopes Monkey Trial (July 10–25).



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