Unpublished Manuscripts

  • Bell, John Daniel. “Boley: A Study of a Negro City.” M.A. thesis, University of Kansas, 1930.
  • Cecelski, David S. “The Hyde County School Boycott: School Desegregation and the Fate of Black Schools in the Rural South.” Ed.D. thesis, Harvard University, 1991.
  • Hill, Mozell C. “A Sociological Study of an All Negro Community.” M.A. thesis, University of Kansas, 1937.
  • Humphrey, Charles. “Socio-Economic Study of Six All-Black Towns in Oklahoma.” Ph.D. diss., Oklahoma State University, 1973.
  • Jackson, Maurice. “Mound Bayou – A Study in Social Development.” M.A. thesis, University of Alabama, 1937.
  • Knight, Thomas. “Black Towns in Oklahoma: Their Development and Survival.” Ph.D. diss., Oklahoma State University, 1975.
  • Pardee, Ruth Evans. “A Study of the Functions of Associations in a Small Negro Community in Chicago.” M.S. thesis, University of Chicago, 1937.
  • Price, Flora L. “Forgotten Spaces and Resident Places: New Mexico Black Towns and Communities, 1897-1930.” Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 2003.
  • Sheffield, Virginia. “History of Fox, Oklahoma.” N.d. Fox Den Museum, Fox, Oklahoma.
  • Squire, Sharon L. “Wealth and Reality in an All-Black Town: Kinlock, Missouri.” Ph.D. diss., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1993.
  • Thomas, Chleyon Decatur. “Boley, an All-Black Pioneer Town and the Education of its Children.” Ed.D. diss., University of Akron, 1989.
  • Tolson, Arthur. “A History of Langston, Oklahoma: 1890 to 1950.” Oklahoma Biographies Collection. Western History Collections. University of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma. 1978.
  • Varner, Jewel Carter. “A History of the Tatums Community.” M.A. thesis, Kansas State Teachers College, 1950.