Life in the South During the 1930s Historical Webquest Simmons 1H
Station One Gallery Walk Look at each image and jot down what the image is portraying, along with a one or two sentence response to the image.
Photograph #1 Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. May 1943.Arthur Siegel, photographer. "A drinking fountain." [Sign: "White."]
Photograph #2 Memphis, Tennessee. October 1939. Marion Post Wolcott, photographer. "Secondhand clothing stores and pawn shop on Beale Street."[Sign: "Hotel Clark, The Best Service for Colored Only."]
Photograph #4 Durham, North Carolina. May 1940. Jack Delano, photographer."At the bus station."
Photograph #5 South Carolina. June 1939.Marion Post Wolcott, photographer. "A highway sign advertising tourist cabins for Negroes."
Photograph #6 Halifax, North Carolina. April 1938. John Vachon, photographer. "A drinking fountain on the county courthouse lawn." [Sign: "Colored."]
Photograph #7 Birney, Montana. August 1941. Marion Post Wolcott, photographer. "Signs behind the bar." [Sign:"Positively no beer sold to Indians."]
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Station Two Setting the Setting Watch the video below and answer the questions that follow in your packet. https://www.facinghistory.org/resource-library/video/understanding-jim-crow-setting-setting
Station Three Stereotypes How they affect us and what we can do. http://facingtoday.facinghistory.org/two-flipped-classroom-exercises-to-teach-to-kill-a-mockingbird
Station Four BANNED! Visit the link below, and answer the question for Station Four in your packet. https://www.history.com/news/why-to-kill-a-mockingbird-keeps-getting-banned
BrainPop Login Wp_wphs wpstudents Station Five The Civil Rights Movement View the BrainPopvideo below and answer the questions in your packet for Station 5 https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/africanamericanhistory/civilrights/