Mississippi Trial, 1955 Symbols & Objects

Chris Crowe
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Greenwood Commonwealth

The Greenwood Commonwealth is the local newspaper for the community. Grampa Hillburn reads this to keep up with news about the South but he does not like to read any national or foreign news. He is angered by news reports about the federal government trying to instill desegregation laws throughout the South and feels that anything that interferes with the Southern way of life.

Cookies

When Hiram goes to fish with R.C., Gramma packs him a lunch although Hiram says that he does not need that much to eat. Along with the lunch, Gramma gives Hiram a package of cookies to take to Naomi Rydell. Gramma figures that Naomi could use the treat to lift her spirits as Naomi has a hard life of taking care of her alcoholic father and her troublemaker brother ever since her mother died. When Hiram goes to the...

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