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Greeley County History Bibliography

Image of Kansas map with Greeley County highlighted.Brown, Ross. The United Presbyterian Colony in Greeley County, 1886-1892. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-G81/Pam.v.1/no. 1).

Greeley County History Book Committee. History of Greeley County. (2 vols.). Tribune, KS: Author, 1981 & 1987. (K/978.1/-G81/G81).

"Greeley E.U.B. Church is 100 Years Olds", Garnett Review. Mar. 9, 1959. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: G 541).

Kansas State Historical Society. Greeley County Clippings, 1885-1997. (1 vols.). Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-G81/Clipp.).

View of children with a ball and croquet equipment in front of a sodhouse, Greeley County, Kansas, between 1900 and 1905Pile, Margaret L. "And Greeley County Began." Tribune, KS: Greeley County Republican, 1969. (K/978.1/-G81/Pam.v.1/no. 2).

Simpson, Mrs. Sidney. "Some Early History About Tribune & Its First Church Organization". [Tribune] Greeley County Republican. Mar. 23, 1933. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: T 2167).

Sorensen, Conner. Ghost Towns of Greeley County, Kansas. Tribune, KS: Greeley County Republican, 1967. (K/978.1/-G81/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

Tucker, T.P. "Early Day Church History of Greeley County as Related by an Old Timer". [Tribune] Greeley County Republican. Apr. 20 & 27, & Aug. 24, 1933. [4 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T 2167).