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Cedar Vale Commune Bibliography

1874 map of Howard County, showing Cedar Vale.Aldanov, Mark. "A Russian Commune in Kansas." The Russian Review 4 (Autumn 1944): 30-40. (947/R92/v. 4/no. 1).

Chaikovski, Nicholas. "America: The 'Sullen Stepmother.'" Russian Radicals Look to America, 1825-1894. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1947. (335.4/H355/pp. 196-216).

Christman, Henry M. "Kansas Commune." Kansas Magazine (1952): 92-93. (K/050/K13/no. 3).

Fogarty, Robert S. "'Hard Times': Common Land and Common Labor." All Things New: American Communes and Utopian Movements, 1860-1914. (GL 335.9/F687a/pp. 107-109).

"Hit Oil in Kansas: North Russian President Plowed Kansas Prairies 42 Years Ago." Topeka State Journal. May 17, 1919. [1 p.]. (Reel: T 1451).

Maher, John P. "An Exposition of the Progressive Communist." Master's thesis, San Jose State University, 1966. (K335.4/M277/pp. 50-78).

Nordhoff, Charles. The Communistic Societies of the United States: From Personal Visit and Observation. New York, NY: Hillary House Publishers, 1961. (335.4/N75/pp. 353-365).

Okugawa, Otohiko. "An Annotated List of Communal and Utopian Societies, 1787-1919." Dictionary of American Communal and Utopian History. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1980. (335.9/F687/pp. 204 and 207).

Stacey, Eva. "A Russian Commune Was Established Near Cedar Vale in 1870." Cedar Vale Messenger. Mar. 24, 1983. [1 p.]. (Reel: C 2893).

Weeks, Vickie D. "Late Nineteenth Century Kansas Utopian Communities: The Value of Hostility in Commitment Development." Doctorate's dissertation, Kansas State University, 1980. (Reel: LM 749, p. 49).