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For Further Research

by Dr. Michael Sistrom

A Note to users: The introductions to subject sections, subsections, and individual items within "North Carolinians and the Great War" also include lists of sources consulted. Most of those sources are not listed in this bibliography. You should consult those source lists as well, especially for more specific topics, such as African Americans or wartime finance.

I. Published and Unpublished Works:

A Note to users: None of the items listed in the bibliography could be included in this site due to copyright, page length, or other grant restrictions. All of the items, however, are available at the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Except where noted, they do not circulate and must be used in the Collection's reading room.

North Carolina and World War I:

Lemmon, Sarah McCulloh. North Carolina's Role in the First World War (Raleigh: Division of Archives and History, 1966). 91 pages. Circulates. C9070.9L55n.

Marshall, R. Jackson, III. Memories of World War I: North Carolina Doughboys on the Western Front (Raleigh: Division of Archives and History, 1998). 208 pages. Circulates. C970.9M36m.

Adjutant General's Department. Adjutant General's Report for 1917-18 [Roster of NC National Guard troops mustered] (Raleigh: Adjutant General's Department, 1918). 287 pages. C353.6N87a 1917-18.

Anderson, George. Caswell County in the World War (Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., 1921) 201 pages. C970.9A54c.

Anderson, Lucy. Cumberland County in WWI (unpublished clippings scrapbook, 1920). 50 pages. FC971.26A54s.

Finger, John R. "Conscription, Citizenship, and 'Civilization': World War I and the Eastern Band of Cherokee," North Carolina Historical Review, 63 (July 1986): 283-308. Circulates. NCpN87Hi.

Haulsee, W. M. et al. Soldiers of the Great War, v. II (Washington, D.C.: Soldiers Record Publishing Association, 1920). 3 Volumes. C970.9S68.

A History of the Great World War [Granville County] (Oxford, N.C.: E.G. Hulse, Press of Oxford Orphanage, 1920.) 214 pages. C970.9H91h.

Mills, Quincy S. One Who Gave His Life (New York, Putnam, 1923). 490 pages. CBM657m.

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina. Anson County in the World War. . . (Raleigh : Edwards & Broughton Co., 1929). 464 pages. C971.4D23.

Painter, Jacqueline Burgin and Jonathan William Horstman. The German Invasion of Western North Carolina: a Pictorial History (Asheville, N.C.: Biltmore Press, 1992). 127 pages. Circulates. C970.9 P14g.

Pratt, Joseph. "War Diary of Col. Joseph Pratt," North Carolina Historical Review, 1:1- 2:2 (Jan. 1924 and April 1925): 35-71, 269-99. Circulates. NCpN87Hi.

Service Record Book of Men and Women of Rowland [Robeson County] (Marceline, Mo.: Walsworth Brothers, 1949). 83 pages. C971.78R883s.

Shaw, C.R. War Record...Davidson College (n. p. 1923). 133 pages. Cp378D23Es.

Sullivan, William P. History of the 105th Regiment. . . 30th Division (New York: George H. Doran company, 1919). 466 pages. C970.9S95.

The Thirtieth Division [unpublished clippings scrapbook] (n.p. 1919). 1 volume. FC970.9U58t.

Propaganda Posters:

All of these items are available at either the Sloane Art Library or the Rare Book Collection. The Art Library books circulate.

William Hayes Ackland Memorial Art Center. WWI Propaganda Posters: A Selection from the Bowman Gray Collection of Materials Related to WWI & WWII (Chapel Hill: Ackland Art Center, University of North Carolina, 1969)

Chenault, Libby. Battlelines: World War I Posters from the Bowman Gray Collection (Chapel Hill: Rare Book Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988)

Coffey, John W. II. American Posters of World War One: Catalogue and Exhibition (Williamstown, Mass.: Williams College Museum of Art, 1978)

Hardie, Martin and Arthur K. Sabin. War Posters Issued by Belligerent and Neutral Nations 1914-1919 (London: A. & C. Black, 1920)

George C. Marshall Research Foundation. Posters of World War I and World War II in the George C. Marshall Research Foundation (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979).

Rawls, Walton. Wake up, America!: World War I and the American Poster. (New York: Abbeville Press, 1988)

Rickards, Maurice. Posters of the First World War (New York: Walker, 1968)

Rudolph, G. A. War Posters from 1914 through 1918 in the Archives of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Lincoln: University of Nebraska, 1990)

Theofiles, George. American Posters of World War I: A Price and Collector's Guide (New York: Dafran House, 1973)

General Histories of World War I:

Keene, Jennifer D. Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001)

Zieger, Robert H. America's Great War: World War I and the American Experience (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2000)

II. Web Sites:
North Carolina and World War I:

"Naval History/USS North Carolina ACR-12"

The University of NC at Greensboro: "Anna Maria Gove Collection, 1864-1952"
[ NOTE: this is not an on-line collection, but only a finding guide to the Anna Maria Gove Collection, at UNC-G's Archives and Manuscripts.]

Propaganda Posters:

Library of Congress, "Prints and Photographs: World War I Posters"

Georgetown University: "American Posters of World War One from the collection of Roger N. Mohovich"

College of Charleston: "World War I & II Propaganda Posters"

University of Washington: "War Poster Collection"

Colorado College: "World War I Poster Guide"

U.S. Navy: "U.S. Navy Recruiting Posters, World War I"

Franklin and Marshal College: Special Collections: "World War I and II Posters"

Univerisity of Texas Law School: "Hyder Collection--Representative WWI Posters"

General Histories of World War I:

"Trenches on the Web--Reference Library"

Brigham Young University: "The World War I Document Archive"

The Great War Society & The Library of Congress: "The Doughboy Center--General Headquarters"

University of Tulsa: "The World War I Collection"