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To Kill A Mockingbird

Chapter 1

Here is where you will find a list of allusions in chapter 1

Andrew Jackson-the 7th president of the United States (1829-1837)
Battle of Hasting-a decisive battle in the Norman Conquests of England in 1066
Cornwall-a country at the southwest tip of England
Disturbance between the north and the south-the civil war (1861-1865)
Dracula-the 1931 film version of a famous vampire story
Flivver-another name for a model-T ford
Jamaica-an island country in the West Indies south of Cuba
John Wesley-(1702-1791) founder of the methodist church
Meridian, Mississippi-in east Mississippi
Merlin-king arthur's adviser, magician
Mobile-a city in southwest Alabama
Nothing to fear but fear itself-from President Franklin's first Inagural adress
Pensacola-a city in northwest Florida
Philadelphia-a city in southeast Pennsylvainia
Stumphole whiskey-illegally made and sold whisky that would be hidden in holes of tree stumps
Tuscaloosa-a city in central Alabama
 

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