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Scots to Kansas: a bibliography

Image of cover of and link to Kansas Illustrated, an Accurate and Reliable Description of This Marvelous State... 1879, which included inducements for emigrants, and county descriptions"A Gala Night: Second Annual Celebration of St. Andrews' Society of Atchison, Kansas." Atchison Daily Champion and Press. Dec. 2, 1874. [ 1 p.]. (Reel: A 982).

Hewitson, Jim. Tam Blake and Company: The Story of the Scots in America. Edinburgh, Scotland: Canongate Press, 1993. (325.2411/H496 Consult index for Kansas pages).

Jackson, W. Turrentine. The Enterprising Scot. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 1968. (325.1/J139 Consult index for Kansas pages).

Moonlight, Thomas. Response to the Toast "Robert Burns," at the 16th Annual Celebration of the Leavenworth Burns Club, January 25, 1875. Topeka, KS: George W. Crane Co., 1875. (Oversize/K/655/C85/p. 49).

Scott, Charles A. "The Early Scotch Families." Westmoreland Recorder. Mar. 7, 1957. [1 p.]. (Reel: W 529).

Smith, Ida L.  "Scotch-English; Scotch colony" in "A History of National Group Settlements in Republic County," 28-38, 40-47.  Master's thesis, Ft. Hays University, Hays, 1950. (Reel: LM 22/pp. 28-38, 40-47).

Taylor, Loren L. "A Short Ethnic History of the Scottish Community in Wyandotte County." In Ethnic History of Wyandotte County, 2:322-329.  Kansas City, KS: Kansas Ethnic Council, 1995. (K/978.1/-W97/K133s/v. 2/pp. 322-329).

Waldron, Nell B. "Colonization in Kansas from 1861 to 1890." Doctorate dissertation, Northwest University, Evanston, 1923. (K/325.1/W147/c. 2/pp. 46-50).

Wallace, Douglass. "The Scots." Shawnee County Historical Bulletin. 58 (November 1981): 108-112. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Sh1/no. 58).