The following is the bibliography for all secondary sources cited throughout this website. Primary or archival sources are cited completely whenever they are referenced.

Anderson, Laura Caldwell. “‘We’ve Had a Peaceful Relationship Between the Races Here’: Formation and Early Work of the Rome (Georgia) Council on Human Relations, 1959-1963.” Master’s thesis. The State University of West Georgia, 2002.

Brattain, Michelle. The Politics of Whiteness : Race, Workers, and Culture in the Modern South. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2001.

Denmon, Shirley M. The Enchanted Land Eighth Hill: A History of Events in Rome, Georgia the City of Seven Hills Depicting the Lives of Americans of African Descent on the Unnamed Eight Hill. Bloomington IN: Author House, 2012.

Ellett, Ashton G. “Not Another Little Rock: Massive Resistance, Desegregation, and the Athens White Business Establishment, 1960-61.” The Georgia Historical Quarterly 97 no. 2. Summer 2013, 176-216.

Johnson, R. O. “Desegregation of Public Education in Georgia – One Year Afterward.” The Journal of Negro Education 24, no. 3 (Summer 1955), 228-247.

Lindgren, Allana C. “Civil Rights Strategies in the United States: Franziska Boas’s Activist Use of Dance, 1933-1965.” Dance Research Journal 45, no 2 (August 2013) 25-62.

O’Brien, Thomas V. “Georgia’s Response to ‘Brown v. Board of Education’: The Rise and Fall of Massive Resistance 1949-1961.” Paper presentation, annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, April 12-16, 1993.

Payne, Charles M. “‘The Whole United States is Southern!’: Brown v. Board and the Mystification of Race.” The Journal of American History, Vol. 91 No. 1 (Jun., 2004), pp. 83-91

Roche, Jeff. Restructured Resistance : the Sibley Commission and the Politics of Desegregation in Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1998.