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University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

History 200E: Race and the City

Course guide, emphasizes Chicago, 1880-present.

Primary Source or Secondary Source?

1.
Work, Monroe N. "Crime Among the Negroes of Chicago: a Social Study." The American Journal of Sociology. 16.2 (Sept. 1900): 204-223.

2.
A Map of Chicago's gangland from authentic sources: designed to inculcate the most important principles of piety and virtue in young persons, and graphically portray the evils and sin of large cities. [S.l.]: Bruce Roberts, Inc., 1931.

3.
Gosnell, Harold. Negro Politicians: the Rise of Negro Politics in Chicago. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967.

4.
Zeisler, Sigmund. Reminiscences of the Anarchist Case. Chicago: Chicago Literary Club, 1927.

5.
The Commons. Vol. 1 (1896)-vol. 9 (1904).

6.
Chicago Gang War in Pictures. Rockford, Ill.: Spot Publishing, 1930.

7.
U.S. National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. The Anatomy of a Police Riot: Chicago, U.S.A. New York: Universal Publishing, 1968.

8.
Skerrett, Ellen. "Chicago's Irish and 'Brick and Mortar Catholicism': a Reappraisal." U.S. Catholic Historian. 14.2 (1996): 53-71.

9.
"Hail Mann's Stand On CHA Ghettos: Resent Housing Projects Solely In Negro Districts." Chicago Defender. LVII.18 (Aug. 26-Sep. 1, 1961): 1.

10.
Grinnell, Max. "Hyde Park." Encyclopedia of Chicago. Eds. James R. Grossman, Ann Durkin Keating, and Janice L. Reiff. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004. 404.