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Resources Used--Bibliography

Conflict on the Homefront: Wisconsin During World War I

**primary source documents featured in lesson plans

**"Another Tar and Feather Party Is Staged," Ashland Daily Press, 4/11/1918.

**"Banking House Changes Name," Wausau Record Herald, 1/19/1918.

**"A Big Business War," Milwaukee Leader, 6/6/1917.

Cary, Lorin Lee. "The Wisconsin Loyalty Legion, 1917-1918," Wisconsin Magazine of History, Autumn (1969): 33-50.

**"Censoring God," Milwaukee Leader, 8/24/1917.

**"Charles Naffz, Madison, Admits Pro-Kaiser Talk," Eau Claire Leader, 7/24/1918.

**Civilian Participation in Wartime Activities-World War I Classified Visual File in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives.

Cornebise, Alfred E. War as Advertised: The Four Minute Men and America's Crusade, 1917-

1918. Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society, 1984.

Creel, George. How We Advertised America. New York: Arno Press, 1972.

Crowell, Benedict. The Giant Hand: Our Mobilization and Control of Industry and Natural

Resources, 1917-1918. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921.

Cuff, Robert D. The War Industries Board. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1973.

Darracott, Joseph, and Belinda Loftus. First World War Posters. London: Imperial War Museum, 1972.

**"Difference of Opinion," Milwaukee Leader, 8/2/1917.

**E. L. Philip Papers in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives.

Falk, Karen. "Public Opinion in Wisconsin During World War I," Wisconsin Magazine of History, June (1942): 389-407.

**"Farmer Charged with Pro-Kaiser Talk on Trial," Eau Claire Leader, 7/23/1918.

**"Former Fall Creek School Head Jailed on Espionage Act Warrant," Eau Claire Leader, 10/20/1918.

**"German Language Barred in Grades," Milwaukee Sentinel, 3/12/1918.

German-Americans. Produced by Jerry Baber. 30 min. Schlessinger Video Productions, c. 1993.  Videocassette.

Glad, Paul. The History of Wisconsin, Volume V, War, a New Era, and Depression, 1914-1940. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1990.

**"Governor Philipp Writes Mayor a Letter," Ashland Daily Press, 7/27/1918.

**"Her Name German, She Changes it to Ruth J. Gerry," La Crosse Tribune, 3/3/1918.

History Committee of the Four Minute Men of Chicago. The Four Minute Men of Chicago. Chicago: 1919.

**Julia Grace Wales Papers in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives.

**"Jury Finds Grant County Farmer Guilty of Espionage Act Violation," Eau Claire Leader, 7/24/1918.

Krog, Carl E. "The Battle Against the Kaiser: Social and Cultural Conflict in Marinette, Wisconsin During the World War I Era," The Yearbook of German-American Studies, 26 (1991): 231-247.

Lorence, James J. Enduring Voices: Document Sets to Accompany The Enduring Vision. Lexington: D.C. Heath and Company, 1993.

Lorence, James J. The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People. Lexington: D.C. Heath and Company, 1993.

Mock, James R. and Cedric Larson. Words That Won the War. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1939.

The Moving Picture Boys in the Great War: Hollywood Goes to War with Cameras Blazing. Produced by David Shepard. 52 min. Republic Pictures Home Video, 1986. Videocassette.

The Papers of Woodrow Wilson-November 11, 1917- January 15, 1918, Volume 45. Princeton: Prince ton University Press, 1984.

Paris, Michael. The First World War and Popular Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999.

**PH6030-World War I Poster Collection in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives.

**Wisconsin State Council of Defense, World War I Records in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives.

**Woman's Peace Party, Madison Branch Records in the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives.

Stevens, John Dean. "Suppression of Expression in World War I." Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1967.

Tindall, George Brown. America: A Narrative History, Volume II. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1988.

Tolzmann, Don Heinrich. The German-American Experience. Amherst: Humanity Books, 2000.

Tolzmann, Don Heinrich. The German-American Soldier in the Wars of the U.S. Bowie: Heritage Books, Inc., 1996.

Trask, David. World War I at Home. New York: Wiley, 1969.

Trattner, Walter J. "Julia Grace Wales and the Wisconsin Plan for Peace," Wisconsin Magazine of History, Spring (1961): 203-213.

Vogt, George. "When Posters Went to War," Wisconsin Magazine of History, Winter (2001), 38 -47.

**"Why We Are In This War," Milwaukee Leader, 6/20/1917.

Zeitlin, Richard H. Germans in Wisconsin. Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society, 2000.

Zwick, Jim. "World War I Posters: Artists Mobilizing the Home Front," BoondocksNet.com.
http://www.boondocksnet.com/gallery/wwi_posters.html
(2001)

Additional World War I Resources

Lesson Plans

National Archives: Digital Classroom-The Zimmerman Telegram, 1917.
http://www.nara.gov/education/teaching/zimmermann/zimmerma.html

Paris Peace Conference: Writing a Treaty to End World War I.
http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/paris_peace_conference/

National Park Service Teaching with Historic Places-Woodrow Wilson: Prophet of Peace
http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/14wilson/14wilson.htm

Primary Sources

Art of the First World War: 100 Paintings for International Collections
http://www.art-ww1.com/gb/visite.html

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