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Cloud County History Bibliography

Image of Kansas map with Cloud County highlighted."Another Version of 'Mill Bridge' by One Who Remembers the Mill", Kansas Optimist. May 24, 1934. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: J 421).

Buche, Gus C. "The Rain Makers . . . an Interesting Experience in the History of Miltonvale". Miltonvale Record. Sept. 21, 1933. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 1704).

Burche, C.S. Handbook of Concordia & Cloud County, Kansas. Chicago, IL: Author, 1888. (Microfilm reel: LM 889, no. 2).

Burroughs, George W. Concordia, in Kansas of Course. A Descriptive & Pictorial View of the City. N.p.: 1909. (K/978.1/-C62/B945).

Cloud County Bicentennial Committee. Cloud County Development Through Changing Times: A Chronological History, 1803-1975. Concordia, KS: Blade-Empire Publishing Co., 1976. (K/978.1/-C62/ Pam.v.1/no. 15).

Cloud County Historical & Genealogical Society. Cloud County History. Concordia, KS: CCH&GS, 1992. (K/978.1/-C62/C62).

"Cloud County Originally Named After 'Gay' Lady, History Records", Concordia Blade-Empire. Nov. 30, 1945. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: C 1836).

Clyde Area Centennial Committee. A Town With a Future: Official Souvenir Booklet, 1866-1966. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam.v2/no. 1).

Concordia Centennial Committee. Prairie Portrait, Centennial Book, Concordia, Kansas, 1871- 1971. Concordia, KS: Blade-Empire Publishing Co., 1971. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam.v.2/no. 2).

Coffey, Mrs. G.W. Historical Sketch of Cloud County [Including Jamestown, Glasco, Miltonvale & Clyde]. Concordia, KS: Author, 1927. (K/978.1/-C62/Mss.).

Emery, Janet Pease. It Takes People to Make a Town: The Story of Concordia, Kansas, 1871-1971. Salina, KS: Arrow Printing Co., 1970. (K/978.1/-C62/Em36).

"First Settler in Starr Township", Miltonvale Record. Sept. 28, 1933. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 1704).

Good, Robert. Souvenir Jamestown, Kansas. N.p.: 1905. (K/978.1/-C62/ Pam.v.1/no. 5).

Gray, G.W. "A Pioneer Story: Incidents of Sixty-five Years Ago". Miltonvale Record. Sept. 7, 1933. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 1704).

Hagaman, J.M. Cloud County. Her History, Resources & Population. Homes for the Homeless--Land for the Landless. N.p.: 1881. (K/978.1/-C62 /H12).

________. "History of Cloud County". Blade Annual for 1885. Concordia, KS: Blade Steam Printing House, 1884. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam.v.1/no. 1).

Hale, John F. & Evelyn F. Hale. "Clyde, 1866-1966, Centennial Section". Clyde Republican (3rd). July 14, 1966. (Microfilm reel: C 2940).

"History of Arthur Selleck--Pioneer Life in Kansas", Simpson News. Nov. 28, 1935. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: S 1220).

"History of the Miltonvale Grade School", Miltonvale Record. Sept. 28, 1933. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 1704).

Hollibaugh, Mrs. E.F. Biographical History of Cloud County, Kansas. Logansport, IN: Wilson, Humphry & Co., 1903. (K/978.1/-C62/H72).

Kansan. Snapshots. Concordia, KS: Kansan, 1901. (K/978.1/-C62/ Pam.v.1/no. 3).

Kansas State Historical Society. Cloud County Clippings, 1877-1999. (3 vols.). Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-C62/Clipp./v.1-3).

"Miltonvale: Its Early History & Rapid Growth," Miltonvale Record. Sept. 14, 1933. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 1704).

Murdock, Victor. "Brother of Sarah White Living in Wichita Tells of Her Capture . . . by the Cheyenne Indians". Wichita Eagle (Evening). Aug. 14, 1933. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 1883).

Palmer, Fannie Smith & Kathryn Palmer Chilen. Miltonvale, 1982. N.p.: 1981. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam. v.2/no. 5).

Paulsen, Clarence. Clarence Paulsen's Scrapbook: Accounts . . . of Concordia & Cloud County. (4 vols.). N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-C62/P286).

Pinkerton & McDonald. The Land Agent, Miltonvale, Kansas. Miltonvale, KS: Miltonvale News Press, 1884. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam.v.1/no. 4).

Swenson, J.H. "Only Name of Modern Bridge Marks Site of Pioneer Mill". Kansas Optimist. May 3, 1934. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: J 421).

Van De Mark, Martin V.B. Early Recollections of Cloud County, Kansas. Concordia, KS: Kansan, 1968. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam.v.1/no. 11).

Image of telegram requesting more POW workers be available, 1945Ward, Leslie A. History of the Concordia Prisoner of War Camp: Concordia, Kansas, Then & Now, 1943-1982. (rev. ed.). Concordia, KS: Kansan Printing House, 1982. (K/978.1/-C62/Pam.v.1/no. 13A).