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Scots to Kansas 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).