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Research Databases

The first two databases are great places to start for background information and to begin to formulate questions/ideas you want to research further.

  • Student Resources in Context
    You will not need a password in school; at home use "elvis".

    This database pulls from reference materials, journals, newspapers, and magazines.

    Search "To Kill a Mockingbird", OR
    use the advanced search to combine the book title with more specific terms, OR
    use the search box to get more information about a related topic.

    You'll find the citation at the bottom of each article.
  • Pop Culture Universe
    username orhs
    password wildcats

    Select the 1930s. Feel free to read the overview or browse for more topics.

    Under the "Analyze" section, expand "To Kill a Mockingbird and Race Relations."

    Each article/page you look at has its own citation at the bottom of the page.
  • Literature Resource Center
    You won't need a password from school; if you need one from home, use "elvis".

    Use this database for TOPIC AND WORK OVERVIEWS, especially and perhaps for LITERATURE CRITICISM.

    Each article's citation is at the bottom of the page.


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To Kill a Mockingbird: Threatening Boundaries - Claudia D. Johnson
ISBN: 9780805780680
Publication Date: 1994
This book has a section called "Literary and Historical Context" that you might find helpful.

If you need a password, use "elvis".

"Citation tools" will provide the article's citation.

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U-X-L American Decades ebook - Gale Research Staff
Publication Date: 2002
If you need a password, use "elvis".

Once you have opened this ebook, choose volume 4, the 1930s. Browse through the table of contents or use the search box on the right side of the screen to search WITHIN THIS VOLUME.

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Encyclopedia of the Great Depression - Robert S. McElvaine (Editor)
ISBN: 0028656865
Publication Date: 2003-11-04
This wide-ranging, multidisciplinary encyclopedia features entries on depression-era politics, government, business, economics, literature, the arts, society and culture.

If you need a password, use "elvis".

"Citation tools" will provide the article's citation.

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American Social Reform Movements Reference Library - Thomson Gale Staff
ISBN: 9781414402147
Publication Date: 2006
If you need a password, use "elvis".

This book has a chapter on "The Civil Rights Movement" that might be helpful.

"Citation tools" will provide the article's citation.

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Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird - Harold Bloom (Editor)
ISBN: 9781438114293
Publication Date: 2009-01-01
username orhs
password wildcats

"Citation tools" will provide the article's citation.


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