To Kill a Mockingbird


Anyone know where i can find meanings to the allusions mentioned in chapter 1-6?! like Andrew Jackson, battle of Hastings, etc..

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Hi there.

Here's some:

Andrew Jackson: He was the seventh President of the United States (1829-1837).

Battle of Hastings: an important battle in the Norman Conquests of England (1066)

Cornwall: a country at the southwest tip of England.

disturbance between the North and the South: The American Civil War (1861-1865)

flivver: Model-T Ford.

John Wesley: (1702-1791) We was the founder of the Methodist Church.

Meridian, Mississippi: Meridian is a city in east Mississippi.

Merlin: King Arthur's adviser, prophet and magician.

Mobile: a city in southwest Alabama.

Pensacola: a city in northwest Florida.

Stumphole whiskey: illegally made and sold whiskey that would be hidden in the holes of tree stumps.

Tuscaloosa: a city in central Alabama.

Bullfinch: A famous collection of Greek myths

Dewey Decimal System: A system for organizing books in libraries devised by Melville Dewey.