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Washington County History Bibliography

Image of Kansas map with Washington County highlighted.Ballard, David E. "Washington County as Seen by Historian When Population Increased Very Rapidly." [Washington] Washington County Register. June 10, 1932. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 100).

Brown, Dora H. Haddam's Hundred, 1869-1969: The Story of Haddam, Kansas. N.p.: 1969. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam. v.1/no. 9).

Collins, E.C. "Old School Register Recalls Early History of District 59." [Linn] Linn-Palmer Record. Mar. 10, 1933. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: L 3041).

"Contributing to Natural Resources Early Pioneers Lived Active and Energetic Lives." [Washington] Washington County Register. Mar. 15, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"The Crystal Waters of Old Spring a Boon to Emigrating Mormons." [Washington] Washington County Register. Aug. 23, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Diamond Jubilee," [Washington] Washington County Register. July 12, 1935. [19 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

Dieker, Leo E. A Brief Historical Sketch of Hollenberg Ranch, Pony Express Station, Hanover, Kansas. Hanover, KS: Hanover News, 1954. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

"Dr. Williamson Describes Destitution of a Pioneer When His First Crop Failed." [Washington] Washington County Register. June 7, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"The Early Railroad was Indeed a Boon to Pioneers Who Began to Trade East." [Washington] Washington County Register. June 28, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Early Records of Life in Washington County Tell of Prominent Pioneers." [Washington] Washington County Register. Jan. 18, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Early Settlements of Sherman Township Helped Though Changed by the Railroad." [Washington] Washington County Register. July 5, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Early Settlers, Loyal to Country, Enter Service, While Busy Family Carrys On." [Washington] Washington County Register. Apr. 26, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W102).

"Early Settlers with Rugged Physical Support, Lay Foundation for Haddam." [Washington] Washington County Register. Aug. 9, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W102).

"80th Anniversary, 1860-1940," [Washington] Washington County Register. May 31, 1940. [7 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W 106).

"Energetic President of Town Company Gave His Life to His County's Service." [Washington] Washington County Register. Feb. 15, 1935. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Experiences, Varied, Grave and Momentous, Daily Confronted by Early Settlers." [Washington] Washington County Register. Apr. 12, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"First Opera House in this City was Built the Year President Garfield was Killed." [Washington] Washington County Register. Aug. 19, 1932. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 100).

Hanover Chamber of Commerce. Hanover Centennial, 1869-1969. N.p.: 1969. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 8).

Harvey, Augustus F. "Field Notes/Early Days in Marshall County." [Marysville] Advocate-Democrat. July 3, 10, and 17, and Aug. 7, 1941. [4 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 684).

Hennon, Helen. The History of Washington. N.p.: Washington Centennial Committee, 1960. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 6).

Kansas State Historical Society. Washington County Clippings, 1876-1999. (4 vols.). Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-W27/Clipp./v.1-4).

Kersting, Minnie. "Pioneer Parents' Experiences and Various Indian Incursions as Related by Daughter." [Washington] Washington County Register. May 3, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

Linn Centennial Book Committee. Linn, Kansas, Centennial, 1877-1977. N.p.: 1977. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 10).

"The Little Log Schoolhouse With Its Teacher Greeted the Pioneer's Child." [Washington] Washington County Register. May 24, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W102).

"Lodges and Societies Flourished Early in this County and had Loyal Members." [Washington] Washington County Register. June 21, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W102).

"Meteor in 1890: Old Residents Still Remember Meteor Which Fell North of Town in 1890." [Washington] Washington County Register. Sept. 30, 1932. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W100).

Meyer, Mary G. and W.J.T. Jurey. Lest We Forget: Memories of Brantford Township, 1868 to 1966. N.p.: 1966. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 7).

Miller, Clyde W. Mahaska Sodbusters. N.p.: Author, 1953. (K/978.1/-W27/M277).

Morrowville Centennial Book Committee. 100 Year History of Morrowville, Kansas, 1884-1984. N.p.: 1984. (K/978.1/-W27/M834).

"New Town Starts Amidst the Busy Life of Active Pioneers in Little Blue Township." [Washington] Washington County Register. May 10, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"900 Square Miles of Fertile Soil and Good Timberland in Early Washington County." [Washington] Washington County Register. Mar. 22, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W102).

"Old Timers Recall Interesting Happenings at Laying of Court House Cornerstone." [Washington] Washington County Register. Feb. 24-Mar. 3, 1933. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W 100).

"The Origin of County Seat Required the Solution of Many Pioneer Problems." [Washington] Washington County Register. Feb. 8, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

Palmer Centennial Committee. Palmer Centennial, 1878-1978. Ellsworth, KS: Ellsworth Printing Co., n.d. (K/978.1/-W27/P182).

"Pioneer Men and Women of this County had a High Courage and Perseverance." [Washington] Washington County Register. Feb. 1, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"The Pioneer Parents Sacrificed Personal Comfort in Order to Provide for Schools." [Washington] Washington County Register. May 17, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Pioneer Soldier and Townsman Lived Active Years in Town He Fathered." [Washington] Washington County Register. Feb. 22, 1935. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Romantic Story of Making the Wilderness Bloom Must Include Some Sad Experiences." [Washington] Washington County Register. Mar. 8, 1935. [1p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Rumors, Anxiety and Numerous Invasions Kept Pioneers in Constant Fear of Attack." [Washington] Washington County Register. Apr. 5, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"70th Anniversary Edition," [Washington] Washington County Register. Sept. 16, 1938. [66 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W105).

"60th Anniversary Edition," Hanover Democrat. Dec. 17, 1937. [16 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: NP 2445).

Smith, Mrs. William L. Washington, Kansas. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-W27/Mss.).

"Some More of the Early History of the Business Concerns of Washington City." [Washington] Washington County Register. June 24, 1932. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 100).

Spence, Michelle. Palmer, Kansas: Celebrating 125 Years. Palmer, KS: Author, 2003. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam. v.1/no. 12).

"Tho for Years the Town Led a Migratory Sort of Life, the Present Clifton Developed." [Washington] Washington County Register. May 31, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

Tye, R.V. "R.V. Tye Gives History of Washington County June 9." [Marysville] Advocate-Democrat. June 13, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 680).

"Undaunted Pioneers Braved Streams and Plunder to Build a Place Called Home." [Washington] Washington County Register. Mar. 29, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Very Little is Known or Recorded Regarding Erection of the Old Armory." [Washington] Washington County Register. Sept. 30, 1932. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 100).

A formal portrait of Gerat Henry Hollenberg"Virtues of Gerat H. Hollenberg Cherished as Bright Oasis in History of County." [Washington] Washington County Register. Mar. 1, 1935. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Washington County Churches Organized and Cherished Thru Years of Hardship." [Washington] Washington County Register. June 14, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

"Washington County has Rich Historical Background Well Worth Preservation." [Washington] Washington County Register. Jan. 11, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).

White, Alta B. The Pageant of the History of Clifton. Clifton, KS: Clifton Rural High School, 1944. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 2).

"With One Purpose, a Home, the Early Settlers Endure Discouraging Hardships." [Washington] Washington County Register. Apr. 19, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: W 102).