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Old Yeller setting Presentation

By: Fredrick Bautista

Anne Gallagher

on 14 November 2012

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Transcript of Old Yeller setting Presentation

Old Yeller
By: Fred Gipson

Setting Presentation
By: Fredrick Bautista
The novel Old Yeller takes place in Salt Lick, Texas, 600 miles south of Abilene, Kansas in a hill country in the late 1860s. The Setting How does setting effect the characters(s) ? In the 1800s men hunted and worked in fields farming during the day. This job is more often taken place in the country instead of cities and towns. Women cooked, cleaned, and sewed at home other than having a job. Children in the 1800s would often go to school or stay home with their parents helping them with anything they need. At such a young age they need to start taking more responsibility. What historical events were taken place in the book? In 1860 The American Civil war begun that went from 1861 to 1865. There were eleven southern states in America that formed the confederate states of America The reason they started this war was to end slavery and to protect the United States of America as a Union. Sources http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/19407/American-Civil-War http://www.morsesociety.org/cpage.php?pt=11 http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/wortham/4345.htm Thank You!
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