To kill a Mockingbird (History) (1526-1865 (Key dates (1808 (U.S. ban…
To kill a Mockingbird (History)
U.S. ban import of African slaves.
Civil War: Slaveholding Confederate states lose the fight for independence.
20 Africans sold to English settlers in Jamestown, Virginia.
Slaves are declared free.
Enslaved Africans brought by Spanish settlers to present day U.S.
13th amendment outlaws slavery
The KKK to maintain white power
Black people are allowed to rejoin the union
14th amendment makes Blacks citizens
Gives Blacks the right to vote
Southern bxlack people lose the right to vote
Jim crow laws
Blacks managed to survive on cotton picking
First black person elected to U.S. Congress
A burst of creativity
Bans racial discrimination
Women are given the right to vote
A biracial committee
protest against lynching (hanging Black people with no right)
Jackie Robinson joins the Dodgers
Segregation in workplaces
The KKK revived in 1915, attracted white protestant supremacists