Facts on File -- Select American History Online, American Women's History Online, or African-American History Online, depending on your topic. From home click here and enter the password you've been given.
Gale Databases -- Select History Resource Center - US or Biography Resource Center. From home click here and enter the password you've been given.
Biography.com -- search here for bios of famous 1930s icons.
1930s Timeline -- from Infoplease.com, an excellent all-purpose reference source
American Memory: Photographs from the 1930s -- from the Library of Congress, a vast, searchable collection of Depression-Era photos. Choose either color or black and white photos and search the images using keywords.
Voices from the Thirties -- interviews from American Memory, the Library of Congress's digital archive of American history primary sources.
America in the 1930s-- a fun, dynamic site with magazines, comic strips, advertisements, and photos from the 1930s.
MacroHistory -- site created by historian Frank Smitha, recommended under Britannica's Web resources. Check out these two sections: The United States and the Crash on Wall Street, and The 1930s and the Road to War.
Monroe County Heritage Museum -- the courthouse on which the famous courtroom scene from the book was modeled.
Scottsboro Boys -- PBS site with information about the famous trial in Alabama. Click on "Primary Sources" for poems and letters relating to the trial, and "Voices from Scottsboro" for newspaper excerpts from the time of the trial.
To Kill a Mockingbird: Then and Now -- a Thinkquest site with useful links. Click on "Historical Archives" at the top for links to information about Harper Lee, the Civil Rights Movement, and interviews with women who grew up in the South during the Depression.
New Deal Network -- a resource with articles, letters, and photographs from the era of the Great Depression and the New Deal.
The Depression News, from the Michigan Historical Museum. Information is presented in the form of a mock 1930s newspaper.
Information about the Depression -- from the FDR Library and Museum
Images From the Great Depression
Economic History - An Overview of the Great Depression
Timeline - Timeline of the 1930s from 1929-1940
New Georgia Encyclopedia - Information about the South during the 1930s
History.com - Information about the Great Depression
NYTimes.com - Information about the stock marker crash of 1929
Then and Now - Compare prices of things during the 1930s to how much they cost now
The American Jury - The American Jury Bulwark of Democracy from the Constitutional Rights Foundation in Chicago