S: Influences on To Kill A Mockingbird
BC: The End
FC: Influences on To Kill A Mockingbird | By Ashley Teater
1: To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee 1960
3: Harper Lee's family is from Monroeville, Alabama. | Her book takes place in Maycomb, Alabama.
4: Like Scout, Harper Lee was the youngest child in her family.
5: Lee's father, Amasa Coleman Lee, was a lawyer. | Atticus was a lawyer.
6: The former courthouse, now the Monroe County Heritage Museum.
7: Harper Lee inside the courthouse
8: Frances Cunningham Finch Lee | In the book, Lee uses her mother's name for some of the characters. (the Finch's) (the Cunningham's)
10: Truman Capote
11: The character Dill was based on Truman Capote. | This is a picture of him with his aunt.
12: Harper Lee with Truman Capote
13: Scottsboro Trail
14: "The Scottsboro Boys" and their attorney Samuel Leibowitz.
15: The Scottsboro Trial was one of Harper Lee's inspirations for Tom Robinson's case.
16: The Great Depression
17: To Kill A Mockingbird takes place in the 1930's when the government was attempting to stop the Great Depression.
18: The Cunningham's and Ewell's are two poor families mentioned in the book.
19: Atticus: "The Cunninghams are country folks, farmers, and the crash hit them the hardest." (pg 21)