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Books


Barnes, Harper. 2008. Never Been a Time: The 1917 Race Riot That Sparked the Civil Rights Movement. Walker, 293 pages.


Baybeck, Brady and E. Terrence Jones, eds. 2004. St. Louis Metromorphosis.  Missouri Historical Society.


Capeci, Dominic J. 1998.  The Lynching of Cleo Wright.  University Press of Kentucky.

Clamorgan, Cyprian and Julie Winch. 1996. The Colored Aristocracy of St. Louis. University of Missouri Press.


Early, Gerald, ed. 1998.  Ain't but a Place: An Anthology of African American Writings about St. Louis. Missouri Historical Society.


Jack, Bryan M. 2008.  The St. Louis African American Community and the Exodusters. University of Missouri Press.


Jolly, Kenneth S. 2006. Black Liberation in the Midwest: The Struggle in St. Louis, Missouri, 1964-1970.  Routledge.


Kimbrough, Mary and Margaret W. Dagen. 2000. Victory Without Violence: The First Ten Years of the St. Louis Committee of Racial Equality (CORE), 1947-1957. University of Missouri Press.


Lang, Clarence. 2009.  Grassroots at the Gateway: Class Politics and Black Freedom Struggle in St. Louis 1936-75.  University of Michigan Press.


Lipsitz, George.  1995.  A Life in the Struggle: Ivory Perry and the Culture of Opposition.  Temple University Press.


Lumpkins, Charles L. 2008.  American Pogrom: The East St. Louis Race Riot and Black Politics. Ohio University Press, 312 pages.


Monti, Daniel J.  1990.  Race, Redevelopment, and the New Company Town.  State university of New York.


Rainwater, Lee.  2006.  Behind Ghetto Walls: Black Families in a Federal Slum.  Transaction Publishers.


Rogers, R. & M. Mosley. 2004 “Learning to Be Just: Interactions of White, Working Class Peers”.  In D. Volk & S. Long (Eds.) Multiple Pathways to Literacy. NY: Routledge.


Wesley, Doris A., Ann Morris, Wiley Price, eds. 1995. Lift Every Voice and Sing: St. Louis African Americans in the Twentieth Century.  University of Missouri Press.

Wright, John A. 2002.  Discovering African American St. Louis: A Guide to Historic Sites. Second Edition. Saint Louis: MHS Press.




Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Bishop, Ed. “Bosley Complains of Unbalanced Media Coverage.”  In St. Louis Journalism Review July 1, 1996. Vol 26 Issue: n188 Page: p1 (2).


Farley, John E. 2000. "Community Diversity Effort Revisited: Focus St. Louis Takes On Race Again 10 Years Later." Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Illinois Sociological Association, Joliet, IL, October 12-13.


Farley, John E. 2000. "Using the Prime Time Live 'True Colors' Video with a Survey on Beliefs About Race and Equal Opportunity." 2000. Pp. 100-108 in Howard J. Ehrlich and Regina Fidazzo (eds.), Teaching About Ethnoviolence and Hate Crime: A Resource Guide. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.


Farley, John E. 2002. "Racial Housing Segregation in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, 2000." Edwardsville Journal of Sociology 2.


Farley, John E. 2005. “Race, Not Class: Explaining Racial Housing Segregation in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area,” Sociological Focus Vol. 38, No. 2 (May 2005), pp. 133-150.


Farley, John E. Forthcoming, 2002. "Interracial Exposure Indices: When 'Average' is Not Typical." Forthcoming in Critical Demography, vol. 2.


Farley, John E. Forthcoming, 2003. "Changing Patterns of Housing Segregation in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area." (working title) Forthcoming in Terrence Jones, et al. (eds.), St. Louis Metromorphosis. St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society.


Heathcott, Joseph, “Racial Achipelago: Politics and Civic Life in a Jim Crow City,” Journal of Social History (Summer 2005), pp. 705-736.





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Manuscripts, Professional Papers, Dissertations and Theses


Baybeck, Brady and Lana Stein. 2002. "The Changing White Liberal? The Dynamics of Racial Voting in Mayoral Elections."


Baybeck, Brady. Forthcoming. "Which Context? Racial Heterogeneity, Geography, and the Individual".


Christensen, Lawrence O. 1972. “Black St. Louis: A Study in Race Relations, 1865-1916”.  Ph.D. diss. University of Missouri Columbia.


Confluence St. Louis.  1989.  “A New Spirit for St. Louis: Valuing Diversity: A Report                       of the Confluence St. Louis Task Force on Racial Polarization in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area with Recommendations.  Confluence St. Louis Mo.


Farley, John E. 2000. "Community Diversity Effort Revisited: Focus St. Louis Takes On Race Again 10 Years Later." Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Illinois Sociological Association, Joliet, IL, October 12-13.


Farley, John E. 2002. "Interracial Exposure Indices: A Case Where Average is Not Typical?" Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Midwest Sociological Society, Milwaukee, WI, April.


Farley, John E. Forthcoming, 2002. "Spatial Mismatch and Access to Physicians Among the African American Population of the Metro East Region: A Preliminary Analysis and Directions for Future Research." Paper to be presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Illinois Sociological Association, East St. Louis, October.


Heathcott, Joseph. 1968. “The City Remade: Public Housing and the Urban Landscape in St. Louis, 1900-1960”  Ph.D. diss.  University of Michigan Dissertation Services. 


Heathcott, Joseph. 2002. "Urban Renewal or 'Negro Removal': Race, Public Policy, and the City after WWII." Paper presented at the Policy History Conference, St. Louis, MO, May.


Heathcott, Joseph. 2002. "Urban Renewal or 'Negro Removal': Race, Public Policy, and the City after WWII." Paper presented at the Policy History Conference, St. Louis, MO, May 2002.


Lang, Clarence.  1997.  "Forward Still!: The Development of Black Radical Insurgency in St. Louis, 1940-1990”  Thesis (M.A.) - Historical Studies, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.




Self-published Materials and Student Papers


Schlafly, Daniel L. 1995.  28 years on the St. Louis school board, 1953-1981: Rooting out corruption, desegregating schools in a segregated society, coping with massive shifts of population and wealth. 


Special Report / St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  1989.  “A Community Divided. Blacks in the Economy”. "... reprinted from articles that appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, 1988 and Dec. 11 to Dec. 15, 1988."