Biography.com. "Harper Lee." Harper Lee Biography (2010). Harper-Lee-9377021. Web. 12 Feb. 2010. http://www.biography.com/articles/Harper-Lee-9377021.
This website contains useful information about Harper Lee. It contains information about her family and friends, and how they relate to the book “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
CNN. "The Civil Rights Struggle in Modern Times." CNN.com. 1997. Web. 13 Feb. 2010.
This website contains information that is relevant to the time the book was written and gives insight as to how it was so immediately successful. It contains several instances of black injustice and the struggle between African Americans and the government.
Eskew, Glenn T. "George C Wallace." Encyclopedia of Alabama. 2001. Web. 12 Feb. 2010.
This article supports the previous article on Civil Rights. It contains information and examples of how governor Wallace fought against the Civil Rights movement and how he used his political power to gain support against the movement and further advance his political power. It also gave examples of how he later supported civil rights reformation only to advance his public office.
Johnson, Claudia D., Harper Lee, Joanne B. Gabbin, Catherine Turner, and James Madison. Scottsboro Trials - The Novel's Setting in the 1930s (1997). ThinkQuest. Web.
This article is a research paper by several scholars about the Scottsboro Trials, and is also the basis of the trial in the book “To Kill a Mockingbird.” The setting of the book “To Kill a Mockingbird,” is in 1930’s Alabama, which is where the Scottsboro trials took place. These trials were a turning point in the way African Americans would later be tried in a court of law.
Lawless, Sara. "Monroeville." Encyclopedia of Alabama. 2001. Web. 13 Feb. 2010. ...