Bibliography: Radical + Utopian (Labor)

Blackmon, Jack. The New Llano Cooperative Society, Louisiana and the R.F. Blackmon family, Fall 1917 – March 1918. Corpus Christi TX: J.R. Blackmon, 1994.  

———. The New Llano Cooperative Society, Louisiana and the R.F. Blackmon family, Fall 1917 – March 1918. Corpus Christi TX: J.R. Blackmon, 1994.  

Cook, Bernard. “Covington Hall and Radical Rural Unionization in Louisiana.” Louisiana History 18, no. 2 (1977): 227.  

“Elizabeth Rogers Collection,” n.d. http://library.uno.edu/specialcollections/inventories/176.htm.

Ferrell, Jeff. “”The Song the Capitalist Never Sings”: The Brotherhood of Timber Workers and the Culture of Conflict.” Labor History 32, no. 3 (June 1, 1991): 422-431.  

Green, James R. “The Brotherhood of Timber Workers 1910-1913: A Radical Response to Industrial Capitalism in the Southern U. S. A..” Past & Present, no. 60 (August 1973): 161-200.  

Hall, Covington. Battle Hymns of Toil. Oklahoma City: General Welfare Reporter, 1946.  

———. Battle Hymns of Toil, by Covington Hall (Covami). [Oklahoma City, General Welfare Reporter,, n.d.

———. Dreams & dynamite : Selected Poems. Edited by David Roediger. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr Pub. Co., 1985.  

———. Labor Struggles in the Deep South & Other Writings. Edited by Roediger, David. 1st ed. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr Pub., 1999.  

———. Songs of Rebellion. [New Orleans: John J. Weihing Print. Co., 1915.  

Hall, Covington, and Industrial Workers of the World. Fellow Workers, Hear Me! Chicago Ill., 1950.  

Hall, Covington, and Wayne State University. “Covington Hall papers,” 1930.

Lewis, Beverly, and Firefly Productions.;Louisiana Public Broadcasting. American Utopia: Louisiana’s New Llano Colony. Documentary. Louisiana Public Broadcasting,, 1994.

Louisiana Works Progress Administration (WPA). New Llano Cooperative Colony, 1936.  

Lutz, Dan. “”Us the Hoboes and Dreamers”: Covington Hall and the Search for a Southern Radicalism.” BA Thesis, 2001.

Mizell, Michael. “”We Want Bread and Roses Too”: Wobbly Poetry and the IWW Cultural Movement.” Tulane University, 1990.  

“New Llano Records, 1929-1970,” 1929. http://www.worldcat.org/title/new-llano-records-1929-1970/oclc/586163419?title=&detail=&page=frame&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.library.mcneese.edu%2Fdepts%2Farchive%2Fllano261.htm%26checksum%3Dc79ef9ade0fd2dbcb0ad3e369a8d9495&linktype=digitalObject.

Quest, M. “Life and Laughter of Covington Hall.” AGAINST THE CURRENT 18 (2003): 38.  

Radicalism in the South Since Reconstruction. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.  

Roediger, David. “Covington Hall: The Poetry and Politics of Southern Nationalism and Labour Radicalism.” History Workshop, no. 19 (1985): 162.  

Shugg, Roger. The New Orleans General Strike of 1892. [n.p.], 1938.  

Stevens, A. A.J. Stevens on New Llano Colony : Interviews of former residents ca. 1960-63. [S.l. :: S.n.,, n.d.

———. A.J. Stevens on New Llano Colony : Interviews of former residents ca. 1960-63. [S.l. :: S.n.,, n.d.  

Stevens, A J. The New Llano Colony History: Development and Downfall of a Socialist Experiment, 1960.  

Vandal, Gilles. “Black Utopia in Early Reconstruction New Orleans: The People’s Bakery as a Case-Study.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 38, no. 4 (Autumn 1997): 437-452.  

Wells, David. The ILWU in New Orleans : CIO Radicalism in the Crescent city, 1937-1957, 1979.  

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