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Chautauqua Bibliography

By Jeffrey Scott Maxwell

Here is an alphabetical listing – by author – of books, articles and other printed sources related to Chautauqua and lyceum.

  • Adams, Herbert Baxter.  Higher Education of the People: The work of Chautauqua.  Chautauqua Press, 1888.  [16 pp.]  ASIN: B0008CDCGE
  • Adams, James TruslowFrontiers of American Culture: A Study of Adult Education in a Democracy.  New York: Scribner's Sons, 1944.
  • Adams, Jean HandlySecond Fiddle to ChautauquaSpringfield, MO: J. H. Adams, 1983
  • "Adventures of a Chautauqua Entertainer." Literary Digest. (Dec 30, 1913):1235-7.
  • Alber, Louis J.  "Does the Public Want Quality?" System. (Mar 1921):373-4.
  • Alber, L. J.  "Making Up America's Mind."  Independent 90 (Jun 9, 1917):475.
  • Albers, Everett C. Behold Our New Century: Early 20th Century Visions of America: A Reader from the Great Plains Chautauqua Society, Inc. American Society of Civil Engineers, 1998. [242 pp.] ISBN: 096642560X
  • Albers, Everett C. "Reflections on Doing Chautauqua: Introduction." Reflections on Doing Chautauqua.  Np (nd):1-2.
  • Albert, Allen D.  "The Tents of the Conservative."  Scribner's Magazine 72 (Jul 1922): 54-9.
  • Alden, Isabella MacDonald (Pansy).  The Chautauqua Girls at Home, Grace Livingston Hill Library Vol 14Tyndale House, 1997. [fiction-children's novel/mass-market paperback]
  • Alden, Isabella MacDonald (Pansy).  Four Girls at ChautauquaNew York: Ward, Lock, and Co., not dated. [ca. 1900]  [fiction-children's novel/mass-market paperback]
  • Alden, Isabella MacDonald (Pansy).  Four Girls at Chuatauqua, Grace Livingston Hill Library Vol. 9  Tyndale House, 1996. [fiction-children's novel/mass-market paperback]
  • Alden, Isabella MacDonald (Pansy).  Four Mothers at Chautauqua, Grace Livingston Hill Library Vol. 15Tyndale House, 1997.  [fiction-children's novel/mass-market paperback]
  • Alden, Isabella MacDonald (Pansy).  The Hall in the GroveBoston: D. Lothrop, 1882. [fiction-children's novel]
  • Amiss, Bettie D. Five Weeks at Chautauqua for $50.00. (1885).
  • Anlauf, Celeste. Colorado Chautauqua, 1974: A diary of plans, ideas, procedures, reactions, and recommendations. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Educaton, 1974. ASIN: B0006W7PUA
  • Antczak, Frederick J. and Edith Seimers.  "The Divergence of Purpose and Practice on the Chautauqua: Keith Vawter's Self Defense."  Oratorical Culture in Nineteenth-Century America: Transformations in Theory and Practice of Rhetoric.  Eds. Gregory Clark and S. Michael HalloranCarbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1993: 208-25.
  • Aron, Cindy S. “’No late hours, no headaches in the morning…”: Self-Improvement Vacations.” Working at Play: A History of Vacations in the United States. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
  • Austin, Mary.  "The Town That Doesn't Want a Chautauqua."  New Republic 47 (Jul 7, 1926): 195-7.
  • "Avocational Education."  Independent 82 (Jun 21, 1915): 489-90.
  • Baatz, Simon.  Knowledge, Culture & Science in the Metropolis: The New York Acadamy of Sciences, 1817-1970.  Annals of the New York Acadamy of Science No. 584, 1990.
  • Babbitt, J. A.  "Chautauqua Boy's Club." Chautauquan 32 (Nov. 1900): 146-8
  • Baggott, Roland W., and Philip McKee.  "Christian Culture, R.F.D." Outlook 158 (Aug 5, 1931):428.
  • Baker, William H. Plain Pointed Practical Preaching: Old-fashioned Bible chautauqua sermons. Greenwich Book Publishers, 1956. [312 pp.] ASIN: B0007GVSQW
  • Baldwin, Neil. Edison: Inventing the Century. New York: Hyperion, 1995 :
  • "Banners of Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle."  Chautauquan 39 (Jul 1904): 434-6.
  • Bartlett, John B.  "Bryan, Chautauqua's Orator."  Ph.D. diss., Ohio State University, 1963.
  • Barrows, Alfred E. Guide book to Palestine Park, Chautauqua, N.Y. Chautauqua Press, 1920. [32 pp.] ASIN: B00088DM6S
  • Baumgartner, A.  "Foreign View of Chautauqua."  Chautauquan 51 (Jul 1908): 244-9.
  • Beckmann, Robert O. Colorado Chautauqua 1972, A project of the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities. Resources Development Internship Program, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1972. [20 pp.] ASIN: B00071UWR8
  • Bergen, Candice.  Knock WoodNew York: Linden, 1984.
  • Bergstrom, Anne-Marit. Chautauqua Talk. Dakota Drawings, 1993. ASIN: B0006OZBSQ
  • Cavan, Ruth Shonle. "School, libraries, chautauqua." Gurler Chronicle, Gurler Heritage Assn., 1993. [38 pp.] ASIN: B0006EEACY
  • Bernheim, Alfred C.  The Business of the Theatre: An Economic History of the American Theatre, 1750-1932. New York: Bloom, 1964.
  • Bestor, Arthur E. Bestor, Jr., Ph.D. “Chautauqua – Chautauqua Institution.” The Historic Annals of Southwestern New York. William J. Doty, ed. New York, NY: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc., 1940.
  • Bestor, A. E.  "Chautauqua's Chance To-Day."  Independent 91 (Jul 7, 1917): 17-18.
  • Bestor, Arthur Eugene, Jr.  Chautauqua Publications: An Historical and Bibliographical GuideChautauqua, NY: Chautauqua Press, 1934. [non-fiction-bibliographical]
  • Billings, Homer.  The Story of Chautauqua in Southern Oregon.  1959.  ASIN: B0007HDH2E
  • Brown, Kenneth O.  Holy Ground, Too, The Camp Meeting Family Tree.  Hazleton: Holiness Archives, 1997.
  • Blazek, R.  "The Library, the Chautauqua, and the Railroads in DeFuniak Springs, Florida."  Journal of Library History 22 (1987): 377-396.
  • Blichfeldt, E. H.  "Body of Chautauqua."  Independent 86 (Jun 26.1916): 516-17.
  • Blichfeldt, E. H.  "What a Chautauqua is Not."  Chautauquan 67 (Aug 1912): 194-8.
  • Bliven, Bruce.  "Mother, Home and Heaven/"  New Republic 37 (Jan 9, 1924): 172-5.
  • Bliven, Bruce.  "Nearest the Hearts of Ten Million."  Collier's 72 (Sep 8, 1923): 6-7.
  • Blum, Daniel.  A Pictorial History of the American Theatre: 1860-1980New York: Crown, 1981.
  • Blum, Daniel.  A Pictorial History of the Silent ScreenNew York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1953.
  • Bode, Carl.  The American Lyceum: Town Meeting of the MindNew York: Oxford University Press, 1956.
  • Bode, Carl.  The American Lyceum: Town Meeting of the MindCarbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1968.
  • Bohn, Frank. "America Revealed in Its Chautauqua." New York Times Magazine (Oct 10, 1926):3.
  • Bond, Susan. I’ve Seen Chautauqua. Newark, NJ: Bond Features, 1946.
  • Bonnell, R. K.  The Chautauqua University: Pioneer university without walls, 1883-1898.  Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Kent State University.
  • Boyeson, H. H.  "The Chautauqua Movement." The Cosmopolitan Magazine (June 1895):147-158.
  • Boyeson, H. H., and others.  "Vignettes of Chautauqua."  Chautauquan 39 (Jul 1904): 449-57.
  • Boynton, P. H.  "Summer Schooling."  Independent 88 ( June 26, 1916): 519-20.
  • Bray, F. C.  "Chautauqua Circle of Home Readers."  Independent 79 (Aug. 3, 1914): 177.
  • Bray, Frank Chapin  "Chautauqua: Fifty Years Young."  American Monthly Review of Reviews 70 (Jul 1924): 71-6.
  • Bray, Frank Chapin.  A reading Journey Through Chautauqua. Introduction by Chancellor John H. Vincent. Chicago: The Lakeside Press, R. R. Donnelley and Sons, Co., 1905.
  • Bray, F. C.  "Seeing Chautauqua."  Independent 79 (Jul 6, 1914): 23-5.
  • Bray, F. C.  "Social and Ethical Ideas in Summer Assemblies." Chautauquan 47 (Jul 1907): 171-7.
  • Briggs, Irene and Raymond DaBollRecollections fo the Lyceum and Chautauqua CircuitsMaine: Bond Wheelwright, 1969.
  • Britten, Emma Hardinge, Alfred Kitson, H. A. Kersey.  The Lyceum Officers' Manual: A Compendium of Physical, Moral and Spiritual Exercises for Use in Progressive Lyceums Connected With Spiritualists' Societies.  England, 1914.
  • Brown, Kenneth O.  Holy Ground, Too, The Camp Meeting Family Tree.  Hazelton: Holiness Archives, 1997.
  • Brubacher, J. S., and Rudy, W.  Higher Education in Trasition New York: Harper and Row, 1976.
  • Bruch, Kate P. Early Days of Chautauqua. Anton, OH, 1897.
  • Bryan, William Jennings  "The Nation-Wide Chautauqua."  Independent 79 (Jul 6, 1914): 21-3.
  • Burr, Agnes R.  Russell H. Conwell and His WorkPhiladelphia: John C. Winston, 1917.
  • Burr, Agnes Rush.  Russell H. Conwell and His WorkPhiladelphia: John C. Winston, 1923.
  • Burr, Agnes Rush.  Russell H. Conwell and His Work.  Philadelphia: Winston, 1964.
  • Caldedre, Chester T. "What's Wrong with the American Stage?" Theatre Magazine 17 (March 1913):74-80+
  • Campen, Richard N.  Chautauqua Impressions: Architecture and Ambiance.  Campen W. Seldon, 1984.
  • Canning, Charlotte M.. The Most American Thing in America: Circuit Chautauqua as Performance. 2005
  • Canning, Charlotte.  "The Most American Thing in America: Producing National Identities in Chautauqua." Performing America: Cultural Nationalism in American Theater.  Eds. J. Ellen Gainor and Jeffrey D. Mason.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999 (91-105).
  • Canning, Charlotte. "The Platform Versus the State: Circuit Chautauqua's Antitheatrical Theatre." Theatre Journal 50 (Oct 1998): 305-20.
  • Canning, Charlotte.  "Under the Brown Tent: Chautauqua in the Community Landscape."  Theatre and Landscape: Scenes of the Twentieth Century. Eds. Elinor Fuchs and Una ChaudhuriAnn Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Carlson, Adelle. Senior Adult Chautauqua. Broadman and Holman, 1981. [32 pp.]  ISBN: 080549801X
  • Case, Victoria, and Robert Ormond Case.  We Called It Culture: The Story of Chautauqua.  Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1948.
  • Castle, Marian Johnson.  "Chautauqua, the Intellectual Circus." Forum 87 (June 1932): 369-74.
  • Centennial History of Chautauqua County, The: A Detailed and Entertaining Story of One Hundred Years of Development. Vol. II. Jamestown, NY: The Chautauqua Historical Co., 1904.
  • Chase, Rebecca.  Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a Late-Twentieth-Century Vaudevillian.  Harcourt Brace, 1993. [non-fiction-modern chautauqua-circuit-historic model]
  • "Chautauqua."  Outlook 145 (Mar 16, 1927): 325-26.
  • "Chautauqua: $158,000 Saves Five-Ring Circus of Culture."  News-Week 4 (18 August 1934):35.
  • "Chautauqua and Its Founder." Literary Digest 65 (June 5, 1920):43-44.
  • "Chautauqua and Water."  Nation 101 (Aug 5, 1915): 168.
  • "Chautauqua as Usual."  Nation 105 (Jul 12, 1917): 33.
  • Chautauqua Assembly Daily Herald, The. Serial.
  • Chautauqua Assembly Herald, The. Serial.
  • "Chautauqua Courses: Third in a Series of Seminars Planned for Librarianss in Service."  Library Journal 66 (May 15, 1941): 461.
  • “Chautauqua Day, February 23."  Chautauquan 69 (Jan 1913): 193-6
  • "Chautauqua Education."  Chautauquan 42 (Oct 1905): 171.
  • "Chautauqua Idea: The Most American Thing in America."  Independent 81 (Mar 15, 1915): 390-1.
  • "Chautauqua Idea: The Most American Thing in America."  Independent 86 (May 15, 1916): 251.
  • "Chautauqua in a Nutshell." Literary Digest (Oct 8, 1921): 27-28.
  • "Chautauqua in Foreign Lands."  Chautauquan 37 (Jul 1903): 373-81.
  • "Chautauqua Institution."  Highlights (Spring 1997).
  • "Chautauqua Institution."  In New York State Vacationlands, 179.  New York: State Department of Commerce.
  • Chautauqua Lake Journal. Serial published for Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association, Fair Point, NY. Vol. 1, No. 1, July 1873.
  • "Chautauqua Liked by Millions Is 40 Years Old, The."  New York Times, 12 July 1941, sec. 4, p.3.
  • "Chautauqua Progress." Survey 44 (Apr 24, 1920): 146.
  • "Chautauqua Stars."  Everybody's Magazine 33 (Sep 1915): 323-34.
  • "Chautauqua Simposium."  Independent 82 (Jun 21, 1915): 497-504.
  • Chautauquan, The: A Monthly. Serial.
  • Chautauquan Daily, The. Serial.
  • Chautauquan Weekly, The. Serial
  • "Chautauquan to be Merged with Independent."  Independent 78 (May 4, 1914): 210-1.
  • "Chautauqua's Fortieth Anniversary."  Independent 79 (Aug 17, 1914): 246.
  • Christopfano, Rodney. The Colorado Festival and 1973 Chautauqua touring festivals. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education 1973. [90 pp.] ASIN: B0006YSOI0
  • "Chronology."  Chautauquan 37 (July 1903): 395-6.
  • Clarkson, Eleanor Preston. “The Tiger of Lake Chautauqua.” Motor Boating (July 1963)
  • Cole, I. B.  "What's What at Chautauqua.Independent 91 (Jul 7, 1917): 21-2.
  • Coletta, Paolo E.  William Jennings Bryan: Progressive Politician and Moral Statesman, 1900-1915Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1968  [non-fiction-biography]
  • Commanger, Henry Steele.  The American Mind: An Interpretation of American Thought and Character Since the 1880'sNew Haven: Yale University Press, 1950.
  • Conkling, Edgar C. Frederick Law Olmstead’s Point Chautauqua: The Story of an Historic Lakeside Community. Canisius College Press.
  • Cook, Richard and Daborah Lange. Glen Echo Park: A story of survival: A photo history of how a fabled chautauqua and legendary amusement park became a thriving arts colony. Bathesda Communications Group, 2000. [113 pp.] ISBN: 0615113400
  • Cook, Richard and Daborah Lange. Glen Echo Park: A Story of Survival: A Photo History of how a Fabled Chautauqua and Legendary Amusement Park Became a Thriving Arts Colony. 2000.
  • Cook, S.  "Origins of Evening Undergraduate Education in Chicago."  Journal of the Midwest History of Education Society 22 (1995): 179-193.
  • Coski, John M.  "The most American thing in America": Circuit chautauqua and the American socio-economic transition.  1981.  ASIN: B0007AT874
  • "Courses Reorganized: Library Program at Chautauqua, N.Y.Library Journal 61 (Apr 1, 1936): 290.
  • Cowden, Robert H.  Chautauqua Opera Association, 1929-1958.  ed. Leland Fox.  National Opera Association, 1974.
  • Cram, Mary F.  Chautauqua Salute: A Memoir of the Bestor Years.  Chautauqua Institution, 1990.
  • Creese, J.  The Extension of University Teaching.  New York: American Association for Adult Education, 1941.
  • Crocker, Kathleen and Jane Currie.  Chautauqua Lake RegionArcadia: 2002  ISBN: 073851019X
  • Crosby, W. C. "Acres of Diamonds." American Mercury 14 (May 1927): 104-13.
  • "Current Tendencies in the Development of the Chautauqua Movement." Current Opinion 59 (Aug 1915):115-16.
  • Curti, Merle.  The Growth of American Thought.  3rd edNew York: Harper and Row, 1948.
  • Cytron, Barry D.  "The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle in Iowa, 1880-1890."  The Palimpsest: Iowa's Popular History Magazine vol. 59 no. 6 (Nov/Dec 1978): 168-175.
  • DaBoll, Irene Briggs, and Raymond F. DaBoll. Recollections of the Lyceum and Chautauqua Circuits. Freeport, ME: Bond Wheelwright, 1969.
  • Dahlquist, Dee. Colorado Chautauqua 1972: A project of the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities : a report for the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. Resources Development Internship Program, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1972. [12 pp.] ASIN: B0006YJNGC
  • Dale, S. M.  "What People Do at Chautauqua.Ladie's Home Journal 21 (Jul 1904): 7-8.
  • Dalgety, George S.  "Chautauqua's Contribution to American Life." Current History 34 (Apr 1931): 39-44.
  • Davenport, Walter. "Taking in the Chautauqua." Liberty 9 (Aug 1924):37-39.
  • Day, Beth.  The Little Professor of Piney Woods: The Story of Professor Lawrence JonesNew York: Julian Messner, 1955.  [non-fiction-biography]
  • Day, Louise. “My Chautauqua.” Idaho Yesterdays 13, no. 3 (fall 1969): 2-5.
  • Deemer, Lee.  Esther's Town.  Ames Iowa, 1980.
  • Deglar, Carl N.  Out of Our Past: The Forces That Shaped Modern America. New York: Harper and Row, 1959.
  • Deglar, Carl N.  Out of Our Past: The Forces That Shaped Modern AmericaNew York: Harper Colophon, 1962.
  • DeMille, Cecil B.  The Autobiography of Cecil B. DeMille.  Edited by Donald Hayne.  N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1959.
  • Detzer, Karl W.  "Broadway, R.F.D.: The Rejuvenated Chautauqua Is Bigger and Better Than Ever."  Century Magazine 116 (Jul 1928): 311-7.
  • Devine, Edward T.  "Other Towns That Do Not Want Chautauqua, and Why; Reply to M. Austin."   New Republic 48 Sep 1, 1926): 46-7.
  • Dickson, Harris. "Barnstorming with the Chautauqua."  Collier's 57 (Aug 12, 1916): 12-13.
  • Dillavou, George J. "The Swarthmore Chautauqua: An Adult Education Enterprise." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago, 1970.
  • "Directory: 1882-1906"  Chautauquan 36 (Oct 1902): 106-10.
  • Dooley, Howard J. and Ricky L. Sherrod. "Chautauqua: Then and Now." Michigan Connection (Winter/Spring 1984): 1.
  • Downey, M. E.  "Chautauqua School for Librarians."  Library Journal 47 (May 15, 1922): 455-7.
  • Downs, D. W.  "Chautauqua: A Unique American Institution."  Travel 79 (Aug 1942): 22-5.
  • Duncan, Thomas W. O, Chautauqua. New York, Coward, McCann, 1935,
  • Durr, Eleanor.  Lakeside Lore: Ohio's Chautauqua Vacationland.  Hickville, NY: Exposition, 1979.
  • DuVernet, Sylvia.  The Muskoka Assembly of the Canadian Chautauqua Institution: Points of view and personalitiesMuskoka Graphics, 1985.  ASIN: B0007B8Z54
  • Eardman, Loula Grace.  "We Did It for the Town."  In Life Was Simpler Then, 97-105.  New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1963.
  • Earley, Mary Dawn.  Stars of the TwentiesNew York: Viking, 1975.
  • "Education Ends Only with Life."  Independent 92 (Dec 8, 1917): 485.
  • "Education without Walls."  Independent 78 (May 4, 1914): 186-7.
  • Edwards, James T., D.D., L.L.D. Pen and Picture: A Chautauqua Sketch-Book. Meadville, PA: The Chautauqua-Century Press, 1896.
  • Eggars, G. W.  "Art Aspects of Chautauqua."  Chautauquan 63 (Jun 1911): 45-9.
  • Ellerbe, Alma, and Paul Ellerbe.  "The 'I Want to Know' Club." Collier's 69 (Sep 17, 1921): 13.
  • Ellerbe, Alma, and Paul Ellerbe.  "The Most American Thing in America." The World's Work 48 (Aug 1924): 440-6.
  • Ely, Richard T.  Ground Under Our Feet: An Autobiography.  New York: Macmillan, 1938.
  • Ennis, Catherine.  Chautauqua: A Romance.  Naiad Press, 1993.
  • Epstein, Donald B.  "Gladstone Chautauqua: Education and Entertainment, 1893-1928."  Oregon Historical Quarterly vol. 80 no. 4 (Winter 1979): 391-403.
  • Erskine, J.  "Drawbacks of an Isolated Music Training."  Musician 35 (Aug 1930): 9.
  • Estey, Winifred Wood.  History of the South Florida Chautauqua.  1959.  [8 pp.]  ASIN: B0007K4WZC
  • Etty, Anne Suhm  "What's Wrong with Chautauqua?"  Drama 14 (Mar 1924): 213-4.
  • "Evolution of Chautauqua."  Chautauquan 35 (July 1902): 349-53.
  • "Experiences at Chautauqua."  American Monthly Review of Reviews 50 (Aug 1914): 225-6.
  • Fancher, Pauline.  Chautauqua: Its Architecture and Its People.  Banyan, 1979.
  • Fargo, Lucille Foster.  Prairie Chautauqua.  Smith, 1991.  ASIN: B0007H6K8W
  • Fargo, Lucille F. Prairie Chautauqua. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1943.
  • Fennimore, Keith J.  The Heritage of Bay View: A Centennial History, 1875-1975Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdman, 1975.
  • Ferguson, C. W.  "Americans Not Everyone Knows: Lewis Miller."  PTA Magazine Vol. 61, No. 3 (1966): 12-14.
  • Field, Mary Hannah.  "Chautauquan of Long Ago."  Chautauquan 31 (Aug 1900): 512-5.
  • Field, Mary Hannah.  "Evolution of Mrs. Thomas."  Chautauquan 39 (Jul 1904): 437-44.
  • Field, Mary Hannah.  Kate Thurston's Chautauqua Circles.  Meadville, PA: Flood and Vincent, 1893.
  • "Fifty-eighth Summer Session."  School and Soc 34 (Jul 11, 1931): 51.
  • Fisher, Ronald M. “Leisure Time: ‘The Sharing of Happiness.’” in Life in Rural America, National Geographic Society (1974): 124-151.
  • Flude, George L.  "The Leaven of Chautauqua."  World To-Day 21 (Sep 1911): 1120-2.
  • Flynn, John T.  "This Quaker Professor Entertains Millions of People: P. M. Pearson, Founder of the Swarthmore Chautauqua."  American Mercury 102 (Sep 1926): 58-9.
  • Foster, F. M.  "Community Table in a Small Library: Smith Memorial Library."  Wilson Library Bulletin 17 (Mar 1943): 528-30.
  • Frank, Glenn. "The Parliament of the People." Century 98 (Jul 1919): 401-16
  • Franklin, Margaret B.  Chautauqua.  M.B. Franklin, 1984.  ASIN: B00072GHDA
  • Fraser, Sir John Foster. "Chautauqua! How Rural America Gets Its Culture." Evening Standard (Aug 3, 1925): 401-16.
  • Gale, Z.  "Katytown in the Eighties: Home Study Courses."  Harper's Monthly Magazine 157 (Aug 1928): 288-94.
  • Galey, Mary.  Grand Assembly: The Story of Life at the Colorado ChautauquaColorado: First Flatiron Press, 1981.
  • Galey, Mary.  Grand Assembly: The Story of Life at the Colorado Chautauqua Centennial Edition.  Winlock, 1998.
  • Gallagher, E. A.  "Was William Rainey Harper the Founder of the Junior College?"  Journal of the Midwest History of Education Society 24 (1997): 33-38.
  • Gance, Abel.  The Parade's Gone ByNew York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1968.
  • Gentile, John S.  Cast of One: One-Person Shows from the Chautauqua Platform to the Broadway Stage. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1989.
  • Gentile, John S.  "Chautauqua!!: A Play by Patti McKinny; Revised and Directed by John Gentile."  Insight vol. 21 no. 2 (Winter 1998): 2-3.
  • Gentile, John S.  "A Chautauqua of Our Own."  Insight, vol. 21 no. 2 (Winter 1998): 7-10.
  • Gerwig, George William. Chautauqua. East Aurora, NY: Roycrofters,1924.
  • Gilbert, Douglas.  American Vaudeville: It's Life and TimesNew York: Dover, 1963.
  • Gilbert, L.  "In Old Chautauqua."  Chautauquan 63 (Jun 1911): 50-7.
  • Gill, C. W.  "Chautauqua and the New Books."  Chautauquan 67 (Jul 1912): 147-9.
  • Gingerich, William J. The Washington Chautauqua. State Historical Society of Iowa. ASIN: B0007I57WG
  • Gish, Lillian.  The Movies Mr. Griffith and MeN.J.:Prentice-Hall, 1969.
  • Glick, David T. "The Independent Chautauquas Then and Now." Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village Herald 13 (1984): 42-51.
  • Godfrey, Barbara Pearson Lange.  Man of Chautauqua and his caravans of culture: The life of Paul M. Pearson.  ASIN: B0006RQVTG
  • Goodspeed, Thomas Wakefield.  A History of the University of Chicago: The First Quarter Century.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1916.
  • Goodspeed, Thomas Wakefield.  A History of the University of Chicago: The First Quarter Century.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972.
  • Goodspeed, Thomas Wakefield.  William Rainey HarperChicago, 1928.
  • Gould, Joseph E.  The Chautauqua Movement: An Episode in the Continuing American Revolution.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1961.
  • Gould, Joseph.  The Chautauqua Movement.  1911. Reprint, Albany: State University of New York Press, 1972.
  • Graham, Donald L.  "Circuit Chautauqua, a Middle Western Institution."  Ph.D. diss., University of Iowa, 1953.
  • Grattan, C. Hartley.  In Quest of Knowledge: A Historical Perspective on Adult Education. New York: National Board of Young Men's Christian Associations Press, 1955.
  • Grattan, C. H.  In Quest of Knowledge: A Historical Perspective on Adult Education.  New York: Arno Press, 1971.
  • Gray, J.  The University of Minnesota, 1851-1951.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1951.
  • Green, Abel, and Joe Laurie, Jr.  Show Biz: From Vaude to VideoNew York: Henry Holt, 1951.
  • Green, Lee. "Camp Chautauqua." American Way 31 (May 15, 1998): 46.
  • Gunby, A. A. Louisiana Chautauqua Memorial. [84 pp.] ASIN: B00087KMSU
  • Habberton, John.  The Chautauquans.  1891. [fiction-novel]
  • Hahn, Anne E. Summer assembly days, or, What was seen, heard and felt at the Nebraska Chautauqua. Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society, 1888. [245 pp.] ASIN: B00089X6MW
  • Hale, Edward Everett. "The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle."  The Century; a popular quarterly vol 31, no 1 (November 1885):147.
  • Hale, Edward Everett. The Chautauqua System: Two addresses. Chautauqua Press, 1886. [37 pp.] ASIN: B0008BYXCW
  • Hance, Kenneth G., Homer O. Hendrickson, and Edwin W. Schoerberger.  "The Late National Period: 1850-1930."  In History and Criticism of American Public Adress, vol. 1, edited by William N. Brigance, pp. 111-52.  New York: McGraw-Hill, 1943.
  • Hanscom, Warren D. "Bob". Pioneers in Grease Paint. Bradenton, FL: Collins, 1975.
  • Harder, Edwin E. The first clarinet, or: Chautauqua chit-chat, telling the trials and tribulations of thirty merry music makers on tour of the chautauquas from Terre Haute to Texarkana, summer of 1912. Edwin E. Harder, 1913. [63 pp.] ASIN: B0008BZMOK
  • Harris, Marlene, and Mosette G. Broderick.  "A Chautauqua Summer."  Victoria (August 1989): 72-83.
  • Harrison, Harry P., as told to Karl Detzer. Culture Under Canvas: The Story of Tent ChautauquaNew York: Hastings House, 1958.
  • Harrison, Harry P., Karl DetzerCulture Under Canvas: The Story of Tent ChautuaquaGreenwood, 1978.
  • Hawley, F. M.  "Out of Season at Chautauqua."  Chautauquan 35 (Apr. 1902): 21-4.
  • Hayes, C. B.  "American Lyceum: Its History and Contribution to Education." United States Office of Education Bulletin 1932, 12: 1-72.
  • Hays, Samuel P. The Response to Industrialism: 1885-1914Chicago: University of Chaicago Press, 1957.
  • Hazel, Michael V. "They Called it Chautauqua." Legacies: A Historical Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas 8 (Spring 1996): 26-32.
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