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Map of Maycomb
Transcript of Map of Maycomb
"...the Radley Place three doors to the south." (7) "Cecil Jacobs, who lived at the far end of our street next door to the post office, walked a total of one mile per school day to avoid the Radley place and old Mrs. Lafayette Dubose." (39) "Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose's house, two doors to the north..." (7) "Maycomb's Ewells lived behind the town garbage dump in what was once a Negro cabin." (193) "Mr. Avery boarded across the street from Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose's house." (50) "She (Miss Stephanie) boarded across the street one door down from us in Miss Maudie Atkinson's upstairs front room,..." (18) Middle School "The Maycomb school grounds adjoined the back of the Radley lot." (9) "The Maycomb school grounds adjoined the back of the Radley lot." (9) Jail Cunninghams "...Cunninghams from Old Sarum, an enormous and confusing tribe domiciled in the northern part of the county,...” (10) Deer Pasture "We ran across the schoolyard, crawled under the fence to the Deer's Pasture behind their house, climbed our back fence, and were at the back steps [of our house]..." (54) "We lived on the main residential street in town--Atticus, Jem, and I, plus Calpurnia our cook." (6) Maycomb Tribune "The office building was on the northwest corner of the square, and to reach it we had to pass the jail." (170) "Maycomb's Ewells lived behind the town garbage dump in what was once a negro cabin." (193) Dump Servant Houses Out of Town Home of the Finches Jem and Scout find Dill by the fishpond in Miss Rachel's backyard. Place where Jem goes mad and destroys her flowers. He then has to read to her and helps her kick her morphine addiction. Miss Maudie was a source of learning and supported the Finches. At the end of the novel, Boo saves Jem and Scout from Bob Ewell. Jem and Scout used the as a way to escape things and as a cut through to get home. Atticus protected Tom at the jailhouse. B.B. Underwood protected Atticus when he protected Tom at the jail. The Cunninghams never took anything that they couldnt repay you for. The Negros in the courthouse all stood when Atticus walked by because he tried to save one of them. The Ewells were a source of trouble for all of Maycomb and Bob was the one who tried to kill Scout and Jem. they also got Tom to go to jail when he really didnt do anything. Tom Robinson's House This is where Tom lived and where Atticus delievered the news that Tom had died to Helen, Tom's wife. "Two live oaks stood at the edge of the Radley lot;..." (37) The knot hole in the oak tree on the Radley lot is where Boo began to communicate with Jem and Scout. "The office building was on the northwest corner of the square, and to reach it we had to pass the jail." (170) Map of Maycomb County By Trevor Leach