To Kill A Mockingbird Research:

Online Databases - access from the Media Center homepage:

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


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

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.

Picture This: California’s Perspectives on American History - an educational resource that features primary source images from the Oakland Museum of California.


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

Browse the shelves: