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Southern History Civil Rights The Secret Lives of Bees
by Sue Monk Kid and Post Civil War Timeline Reconstruction Seceded States Return to the Union
1868-1870 13th Amendment Passed
1866
Creation of the Freedmen's Bureau Compromise of 1877 Early 19th Century Plessy v. Ferguson
1896 The Great Migration Scopes Trial
1925 Brown v. Board 1954 Montgomery Bus Boycott 1955-1956 Little Rock, Arkansas
1957 Greensboro Sit-in
1960 The March on Washington and King's I Have a Dream Speech 1963 Civil Rights Act of 1964 and
Voting Rights Act of 1965
passed "Dixiecrats" 1960 to Now Industrialization of the "Sunbelt" Resurgence of Evangelicalism and the End of Southern Democrats Effects of the Current Recession The Secret Life of Bees Plot About the Author Sue Monk Kidd was born in Albany, Georgia and raised in Sylvester, Georgia in 1948. She recieved her education at Texas Christian University and went on many pieces on the feminist perspective, religion, and the relationships between mothers and daughters. The Secret Life of Bees was her first work of fiction. Published in 2002, it has recieved many literary awards and is now taught in schools throughout the country. The novel became a major motion picture under the same title in 2008. Themes Relationship between a mother and daughter

Race

Lying The End
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