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Research the Scottsboro Trials (1931). Prepare to explain and to trace connections to TKAM.
Task Checklist - use this list to stay on track, check in with your teacher, and remember what to do.
List of Groups - check this list to see who is in each group and what they are doing.
NoodleTools Tips for Citing Print and Digital Books
How to import a book citation using an ISBN - If you are citing a book or other non-periodical source (e.g., magazine, newspaper, journal, etc.) in NoodleTools, use WorldCat (a global catalog of library collections) to import the source information directly into your NoodleTools form. NOTE: this may not work for all books and be sure you have the title with the proper copyright dates, as books get re-published over the years and come in a variety of formats.
How to cite a book from scratch - a (3:48) video screencast by OHS Library Media Specialist Mrs. Owen, if you are unable to cite it in NoodleTools with the aforementioned Worldcat instructions. NOTE: this video was created before the July 2021 NoodleTools updates, but the information is still relevant.
OHS Library Print Books
The Scottsboro Boys Trial by
Call Number: 345.76 SOR
Publication Date: 2004
Tells the story of the Scottsboro Boys trial, in which two white women accused nine young African-American men and boys of raping them in 1931, and presents numerous primary source excerpts and photos.