Bibliography of Materials Consulted

PRIMARY SOURCES

  • Barrett, Charles F. Oklahoma after Fifty Years. 4 vols. Oklahoma City: Historical Record Assn., 1941.
  • Bell, MAJ James A. Report on the Activity of the National Guard on the night of May 31st and June 1st, 1921, to Lt. Col. L. J. F. Rooney, 2 July 1921. Governor James B. A. Robertson Papers, Oklahoma State Archives, Oklahoma City.
  • Civil Case 1062, Oklahoma State Attorney General’s Collection, Oklahoma State Archives, Oklahoma City.
  • Cole, Redmon S. [Date Book], 1981. Special Collections, Redmon S. Cole Collection, McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa, Tulsa.
  • Douglas, Clarence B. The History of Tulsa, Oklahoma: A City with a Personality. Chicago: S. J. Clarke, l921.
  • [Handbill Declaring Martial Law, 1 June 1921]. Special Collections, Historical Documents Collection, McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa, Tulsa.
  • Kirkpatrick, MAJ Byron, Activities on the Night of May 31st, 1921 at Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Lt. Col. L. J. F. Rooney, 1 July 1921. Governor James B. A. Robertson Papers, Oklahoma State Archives, Oklahoma City.
  • New York Times. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 14, 26 June 1921
  • Parrish, Mary E. Jones, ed. Events of the Tulsa Disaster. Tulsa: Privately printed, 1922?.
  • Tulsa City Directory, Tulsa: Polk-Hoffhine Directory Co. 1920, 1921, 1923 (3 vols.)
  • Tulsa Tribune. 31 May, 1, 2, 3, 4 June 1921.
  • Tulsa World. 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 14, 15 June, 15, 19, 20 July 1921
  • Warner, Ross T. 0klahoma Boy. (n.p.): Privately printed, 1968.
  • White, Walter F. “The Eruption of Tulsa.” Nation 112 (29 June 1921): 909-10.
  • White, Walter F. “I Investigate Lynchings.” American Mercury. 16, no. 61 January 1929): 77-83.

SECONDARY SOURCES

  • Alexander, Charles C. Ku Klux Klan in  the Southwest. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1965.
  • Baron, Robert A. and Ransberger, Victoria M. “Ambient Temperature and the Occurrence of Collective Violence: The Long Hot Summer Revisited.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 36 (1978); 337-44.
  • Berger, Phil and Myers, Theresa, producers. Conspiracy of Silence, the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921. cassette HO-B0101.01/O1-C. National Public Radio, 1981.
  • Bittle, William E. and Geis, Gilbert L. “Racial fulfillment and the rise of an all-negro community in Oklahoma.” Phylon 28 (3d Qtr, 1957): 247-60.
  • “Blood and Oil.” Survey, 11 June 1921, 369-70.
  • Butler, William. Tulsa ’75. Tulsa: Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, 1974.
  • Carlsmith, J. Merrill and Anderson, Craig A. “Ambient Temperature and the Occurrence of Collective Violence: New Analysis.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 37 (1979): 337-44.
  • Carlson, J. M. “Elements of Conflict.” Student Development Papers 1 (1969-70): Colorado State University.
  • “Current Events” Literary Digest, 11 June 1921, 77.
  • Danzger, M. Herbert. “Validating Conflict Data.” American Sociological Review 40 (October 1975): 570-84.
  • Debo, Angie. Tulsa: From Creek Town to Oil Capitol. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1943.
  • Dunn, Nina Lane. Tulsa’s Magic Roots. Tulsa: Oklahoma Book Pub. Co., 1979
  • Ellsworth, Scott. Death in a Promised Land. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988.
  • Endleman, Shalom. “The Etiology of the Race Riot.” chap. in Violence in the Streets. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968.
  • Gill, Loren L. “The Tulsa Race Riot.” M.A. thesis, University of Tulsa, 1946.
  • Halliburton, R. “The Tulsa Race War of 1921.” Journal of Black Studies 8 (March 1972): 333-57.
  • Halliburton, R. The Tulsa Race War of 1921. San Francisco: R & E Research Associates, 1975.
  • Harlan. Louis R. Booker T. Washington, the Wizard of Tuskeegee, 1901-1915. New York: Oxford University Press, 1983.
  • Hawkins, Hugh. Booker T. Washington and his Critics.  Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath and Co., 1962.
  • Haynes, Robert V. A Night of Violence. Baton Rouge: University of Louisiana Press, 1976.
  • Hill, Robert A., ed. The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984.
  • “Impact raps with W. D. Williams” Impact, June-July 1971, 32-36.
  • Iris, Mark. “American Urban Riots Revisited.” American Behavioral Scientist  26(3) (January/February 1983): 333-52.
  • Jackson, Kenneth T.  The Ku Klux Klan in the City, 1915-1930. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967
  • Lee, Alfred McClung. Race Riot. New York: Dryden Press, 1943.
  • “Lesson of Tulsa.” Outlook, 15 June 1921, 279-80.
  • Lieske, Joel A. “Conditions of Racial Violence in American Cities: A Developmental Synthesis.” American Political Science Review 72(4) (December 1978): l324-40.
  • Mason, David T. “Individual Participation in Collective Racial Violence: A Rational Choice Synthesis.”  American Political Science Review  78(4) (December 1984): 1040-56.
  • Mitchell, James Howbray. “Politics in a Boom Town: Tulsa from 1906-1930.” M. A. Thesis, University of Tulsa, 1950.
  • “Mob Fury and Race Hatred as a National Danger” The Literary Digest 64 ( 18 June 1921 ): 7.
  • “Moving Toward Race War.” New Republic 27, no. 342 (22 June 1921): 96 -97.
  • Nicholson, Skip. Greenwood Blues, the Tulsa Race War of 1921″ videotape. KOCO-TV 5 Alive, 1983.
  • Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorder. New York: Bantam Books, 1968.
  • Rudwick, Elliot M. Race Riot at East St. Louis, July 2, 1917 Cleveland: World Publishing Co, 1966.
  • Snyder, David and Kelly, William R. “Conflict Intensity, Media Sensitivity, and the Validity of Newspaper Data.” American Sociological Review  42 (February 1977): 105-23.
  • Swan, L. Alex. “The Politics of Identification, a perspective of Police Accountability.” Crime and Delinquency 20 (April 1974): 119-28.
  • Teall, Kaye M. Black History in Oklahoma, A Resource Book, Oklahoma City: Oklahoma City Public Schools, 1971.
  • “Tulsa.” Nation, June 1921, 839.
  • “The Tulsa Race Riots.” Independent 18 June 1921, 646-47.
  • “The Tulsa Riots.” Crisis, July 1921, 114-16.
  • “The Turk in Tulsa.” Independent 18 June 1921, 641.
  • Tuttle, William M. Chicago in the Red Summer of 1919. New York: Atheneum, 1970.
  • Unruh, Jilda: producer. “Tulsa’s Secret: The Race Riot of 1921.” videotape. KTUL-TV productions, 1985.
  • W.E.B. DuBois, A Profile. Rayford Logan, ed. New York: Hill and Wang, 1971.
  • “The Week.” New Republic 22 June 1921, 91-92.
  • Wheeler, Ed. “The Disaster of the 1921 Race Riot.” Impact, June-July 1971, 13-30.
  • Witcher, Walter Campbell. The Reign of Terror in Oklahoma. Fort Worth: By the author, 1923.

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