Stephanie Golightly Lowden
Jingo Fever Bibliography
Ashland Daily Press. April 1, 1918. Mr. Schlmeil is tarred and feathered. April 11, 1918, Mr. Adolph Anton is tarred and feathered. They are both German professors.
Gillam, Scott. Discrimination, Prejudice in Action. Springfield, New Jersey: Enslow Publishers, Inc., 1995
Glad, Paul W. The History of Wisconsin, Volume V. War, a New Era, and Depression, 1914-1940. German clubs come under suspicion. Madison, Wisconsin: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1990.
Iezzoni, Lynette. Influenza 1918. New York, N.Y.: TB Books, 1999.
Luebke, Frederick. Bonds of Loyalty: German-Americans and WWI. Covers why German-Americans did not like the leaders of Germany; burning of books in the U.S.; Closing of the Pabst Theatre; tar and feathering of the Ashland professors. DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Press, 1974.
Murphy, Paul L. World War I and the Origin of Civil Liberties in the United States. Covers laws passed during WWI and the United States Postal Service refusal to send German language newspapers. New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1979.
Stevens, Michael E. Letters From the Front 1898-1945. Includes letters from men in France during WWI. Madison, Wisconsin: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1992.