To Kill A Mockingbird Research:

Online Databases - access from the Media Center homepage: http://www.lrhsd.org/senmc

Facts on File - American History Online and African American History Online

Great source for primary documents, images, videos, political cartoons, maps as well as essays and articles.

E-BOOK – History -American Decades

E-BOOK – Literature - Literature and Its Times: Profiles of 300 Notable Literary Works and the Historical Events that Influenced Them

E_BOOK –Literature-Literary Themes for Students: Race and Prejudice

·          If accessing from home, enter password: senecahs

·          Click on e- Table of Contents – go to Major Works

·          Find: To Kill A Mockingbird

Websites

Use only Valid and Reliable Websites (AVOID WIKIPEDIA).
How do you know if the website is valid and credible?

1930s Links:

America in the 1930’s – prepared by the University of Virginia http://xroads.virginia.edu/~1930s/front.html


A webquest prepared by the Walter Johnson High School Media Center in Maryland. SCROLL DOWN the page for the extensive LIST OF LINKS about the 30s-- women, science/technology, economics, politics, education, African American life, arts and general information about the 1930s.
http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/wjhs/mediactr/englishpathfinder/1930_tkm/#women

Picture This: California’s Perspectives on American History - an educational resource that features primary source images from the Oakland Museum of California.
http://www.museumca.org/picturethis/3_0.html

Books

The Seneca Media Center has many books on the 1930s. Search in the catalog or browse the shelves.

Seneca Online Book Catalog

Search for a book by author, title, subject or ANYWHERE

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