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November 29, 2010
Learn about the atmosphere of the 1,930s, the Great Depression and racial segregation in the south as you prepare to read Harper Lee's famous novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. Homelessness, unemployment, segregation, and lynchings set the stage for Jem's and Scout's adventures in Maycomb, Alabama.
1,930s: The Great Depression and Racial Segregation