Index

Photographs
  1. William Jennings Bryan addresses the court.
  2. Darrow addresses the jury.
  3. Jury and judge, Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
  4. Scopes and his lawyers, Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
  5. Anti-Evolution League, Literary Digest, July 25, 1925. 6
  6. "A Darwin in the Enemy's Camp," Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
  7. Clarence Darrow, Current Opinion, May 1924.
  8. William Jennings Bryan.

Cartoons and Diagrams
  1. Evolution diagram from Thomas Henry Huxley, Man's Place in Nature, 1863.
  2. Evolution diagram from Henry Fairfield Osborn, Evolution and Religion in Education, 1926.
  3. "What Would Their Verdict Be?" Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
  4. "Hit Again," Literary Digest, February 5, 1927.
  5. "The Probable Result," Literary Digest, August 1, 1925.
  6. "The Big Worry," Literary Digest, August 1, 1925.
  7. "The Oaks That Braved a Thousand Storms," Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.

Documents
  1. Stephen Jay Gould, "Evolution as Fact and Theory," in Hen's Teeth and Horse's Toes (New York: Norton, 1983).
  2. Excerpt from Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species, 1859.
  3. Excerpts from George William Hunter, A Civic Biology, 1914. (the textbook used by John Scopes)
  4. "Larger Aspects of the Dayton Trial," Literary Digest, August 1, 1925.
  5. "Dayton's Amazing Trial," excerpt on Butler's and Bryan's views. Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
  6. Excerpt of Mary Baird Bryan and William Jennings Bryan, The Memoirs of William Jennings Bryan (Chicago 1925).
  7. "Foreign Amazement at Tennessee," Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
  8. "Dayton's Amazing Trial," excerpt on the media's view. Literary Digest, July 25, 1925.
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