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[Footnotes]
1
"Turner's Formative Period," in The Early Writings of Frederick Jackson Turner [Madison, 1938], 5
Turner's Formative Period
5
The Early Writings of Frederick Jackson Turner
1938
3
Louis Wirth, "The Urban Society and Civilization," American Journal of Sociology, XLV, [1940], 743-75510.2307/2770048
743
4
Mississippi Valley Historical Review, XXVII, (1940), 43-66.10.2307/1896571
43
5
George A. Dunlap, The City in the American Novel, 1789-1900 (Philadelphia, 1934);
Dunlap
The City in the American Novel, 1789-1900
1934
John Levi Cutler, Gilbert Patten and his Frank Merriwell Saga (Orono, Maine, 1934), 26.
Cutler
26
Gilbert Patten and his Frank Merriwell Saga
1934
6
Dr. William A. Diamond. Anyone seeking the motives of the urban migrants could well ponder the words of "How Are You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm?"
7
Blake McKelvey, "American Urban History Today," American Historical Review, LVII, (1952), 919-929.10.2307/1844242
919
8
T. J. Woofter, "The Negro Migration to Cities," The Survey, LIX, [February 15, 1928], 647-649
Woofter
February 15
647
LIX
The Survey
1928
9
"The City in American History," p. 58
10
Fred A. Shannon, The Farmer's Last Frontier (New York, 1945), 55, 356-359.
Shannon
356
55
The Farmer's Last Frontier
1945
his article "A Post Mortem on the Labor-Safety-Valve Theory," Agricultural History, XIX (1945), 31-37.
Stull Holt
31
XIX
Agricultural History
1945
John M. Gillette and George R. Davis in a study of the period 1900-1910
"Measure of Rural Migration and Other Factors of Urban Increase in the United States," American Statistical Society Publications, XIV, [1915], 642-653).
642
XIV
American Statistical Society Publications
1915
Earle Clark ("Contributions to Urban Growth," ibid., 654- 671).
Clark
654
XIV
American Statistical society Publications
1915
The Problems of a Changing Population, [Washington, 1938], 83-118
83
The Problems of a Changing Population
1938
Sixteenth Census of the United States: 1940. Population. Internal Migration .935 to 1940 [Washington, 1943]
Sixteenth Census of the United States: 1940. Population. Internal Migration 1935 to 1940
1943
Warren S. Thompson, Migration Within Ohio, 1935-40 (Oxford, Ohio, 1951);
Thompson
Migration Within Ohio, 1935-40
1951
Calvin F. Schmid and Manzer John Griswold, "Migration Within the State of Wash- ington: 1935-40," American Sociological Review, XVII, (1952), 312-326.10.2307/2088077
312
Dorothy Swaine Thomas, Research Memorandum on Migration Differentials, Social Science Research Council Bulletin 43 (1938),
Thomas
43
Social Science Research Council Bulletin
1938
Mark Jefferson, "The Law of the Primate City," Geographical Review, XXIX, (1939), 226-232.10.2307/209944
226
11
Noel P. Gist and Carroll D. Clark, "Intelligence as a Selective Factor in Rural-Urban Migrations," American Journal of Sociology, XLIV, (1938), 36-58;10.2307/2768121
36
Thomas C. McCormick, "Urban Migration and Educational Selection-Arkansas Data," ibid., XXXIX, (1938), 355- 359;10.2307/2767614
355
Wilson Gee and Dewees Runk, "Qualitative Selection in Cityward Migration," ibid., XXXVII (1931), 254-265;10.2307/2766544
254
Wilson Gee, "A Qualitative Study of Rural Development in a Single Township: 1900-1930," ibid., XXXIX, (1933), 210-221;10.2307/2766733
210
W. Parker Mauln, "Selective Migration from Small Towns," American Sociological Review, V (1940), 748-758.
Mauln
748
V
American Sociological Review
1940
Carle C. Zimmerman, "The Migration to Towns and Cities," Ameri- can Journal of Sociology, XXXIII, (1927), 105-109,10.2307/2765045
105
ibid., 237-241.
Pitram Sorokin and Carle C. Zimmerman, Principles of Rural-Urban Sociology (New York, 1929).
Sorokin
Principles of Rural-Urban Sociology
1929
12
A. J. Jaffe, "Urbanization and Fertility," American Journal of Sociology, XLVIII, (1942), 48-60,10.2307/2769969
48
Sweden as early as 1760.
13
Warren S. Thompson, Ratio of Children to Women, 1920. Census Monograph XI (Washington, 1931).
Thompson
XI
Ratio of Children to Women, 1920
1931
pp. 142 and 177:
14
Philip M. Hauser, "Population," American Journal of Sociology, XLVII (1942), 816-828.10.2307/2770088
816
17
Harvey C. Lehman, "The Age of Eminent Leaders: Then and Now," American Journal of Sociology, LII (1947), 342-356.10.2307/2771462
342
18
Arthur N. Holcombe, The Political Parties of To-day, published in 1924.
Holcombe
The Political Parties of To-day
1924
His later text- book, The New Party Politics, published in 1933,
Holcombe
The New Party Politics
1933
19
David Lawrence, Who Were the Eleven Million (New York, 1937).
Lawrence
Who Were the Eleven Million
1937
20
Seattle Post Intelligencer, November 9, 1940.
Seattle
November 9
Post Intelligencer
1940
his stimulating book on The Future of American Politics (New York, 1952)
Lawrence
The Future of American Politics
1952
Samuel Lubell points out (pp. 31-34)
Democrats in 1940, 1944, and 1948 and that the Republican hold on the largest cities as a group was broken in 1928.
21
George E. Mowry, Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Movement (Madison, 1946), 280.
Mowry
280
Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Movement
1946
22
William Diamond, "Urban and Rural Voting in 1896," American Historical Review, XLVI, (1941), 281-305.10.2307/1838945
281
23
Ollinger Crenshaw, "Urban and Rural Voting in the Election of 1860," in Eric F. Goldman, ed., Historiography and Urbanization (Baltimore, 1941), 43-66.
Crenshaw
Urban and Rural Voting in the Election of 1860
43
Historiography and Urbanization
1941
24
Colegrove et al. v. Green et al., 328 U.S. 549.
26
McL. Green, History of Naugatuck, Connecticut (New Haven, 1948), 157.
Green
157
History of Naugatuck, Connecticut
1948
Bessie L. Pierce, A History of Chicago (New York, 1937-) II, 330-334.
Pierce
330
II
A History of Chicago
1937
Charles Hirschfeld, Baltimore, 1870- 1900: Studies in Social History (Baltimore, 1941), chapter III.
Hirschfeld
chapter III
Baltimore, 1870-1900: Studies in Social History
1941
27
Allan Nevins, The Emergence of Modern America, 1865-1878 (New York, 1927), 332-334.
Nevins
332
The Emergence of Modern America, 1865-1878
1927
28
Ibid., 334-335.
29
Bayrd Still, Milwaukee: The History of a City (Madison, 1948), 386.
Still
386
Milwaukee: The History of a City
1948
30
William F. Ogburn, Social Character- istics of Cities [Chicago, 1937], chapter VII
Ogburn
chapter VII
Social Characteristics of Cities
1937
31
William Diamond, "On the Dangers of an Urban Interpretation of History," in Eric F. Goldman, ed., Historiography and Urbanization (Baltimore, 1941).
Diamond
On the Dangers of an Urban Interpretation of History
Historiography and Urbanization
1941
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