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Croatians to Kansas: a bibliography

Image of "Musical Heritage of Strawberry Hill" by Marijana Grisnik. "On the right side of the painting is Croatia. The dancers show that the dance and the music came from the villages with the people when they came to America and settled to the left of the painting, which is Strawberry Hill." Bauer, Michael. "Strawberry Hill Survives Progress." Kansas City Star. Oct. 9, 1977. [2 pp.]. (Reel: 1261).

Department of Slavic Languages and Literature. Slavic Heritage. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, 1984. (SP 378/Z/Sl16).

Lastelic, Joseph A. "As Homes Come Down Over Strawberry Hill: Former Croatians and Families Having to Move From Their Beloved Neighborhood in Kansas City, Kansas." Kansas City Star. June 9, 1957. [1 p.]. (Reel: 316).

Manzo, Joseph. "Sequent Occupance in Kansas City, Kansas: A Historical Geography of Strawberry Hill." Kansas History. (Spring 1981): 20-29. (SP 906/K13qh/V.4/no. 1).

Stack, Dennis. "Slavic Dances by Kolo Club." Kansas City Star. Dec. 2, 1962. [1 p.]. (Reel: 549).

Stimac, Charles. Historical Sketch of St. John the Baptist Parish, Kansas City, Kansas. N.p.: Author, 1951. (Vertical Oversize/K325.1/W84).

"Tamburitzans Will Entertain With Old World Balkan Music." Kansas Banker. (April 1971): 10. (K/332.06/K13/v.61/no. 3).

Taylor, Loren L. "A Short Ethnic History of the Croatian People in Wyandotte County." A Short Ethnic History of Wyandotte County. Kansas City, KS: Kansas City Kansas Ethnic Council, 1992. (K978.1/-W97/K133s/v. 2).

__________. The Consolidated Ethnic History of Wyandotte County. Kansas City, MO: Author, 2000. (K 978.1/-W97/K133s/2000).