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A Brief List of References to Joe Hill, the Person and the Song

Compiled by: Joseph C. Hickerson
Publication Date: July 12, 1974

Anderson, Rondo W.
"Joe Hill -- The Legend after Fifty Years." Western Folklore, volume 25, number 2, April 1966, pp. 129-130.

Asch, Moses.
American Folksong: Woody Guthrie. New York: Oak Publications, 1961. "Joe Hillstrom," pp. 22-23.

Boni, Margaret Bradford and Norman Lloyd.
Fireside Book of Folk Songs. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947, pp. 48-49.

Botkin, Benjamin A.
A Treasury of American Folklore. New York: Crown Publishers, 1944, pp. 886-887.

Burt, Olive.
American Murder Ballads. New York: Oxford University Press, 1958, pp. 95-96.

Foner, Philip Sheldon.
The Case of Joe Hill. New York: International Publishers, 1966.

The Letters of Joe Hill. New York: Oak Publications, 1965.

Fowke, Edith Fulton and Joe Glazer.
Songs of Work and Freedom. New York: Dolphin Books, 1961. Reprint edition, New York: Oak Publications, 1973, pp. 20-21.

Green, Archie.
"John Neuhaus: Wobbly Folklorist." Journal of American Folklore, volume 73, number 289, July-September 1960, pp. 189-217. Reprinted in Folklore of the Great West, edited by John Greenway, Palo Alto, Calif.: American West Publishing Co., 1969, pp. 312-327.

Greenway, John.
American Folksongs of Protest. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1953. Reprint edition, New York: Octagon Books, 1970. "Migratory Workers," pp. 173-208.

Hille, Waldemar.
"Joe Hill." In Reprints from The People's Songs Bulletin 1946-1949, edited by Irwin Silber, New York: Oak Publications, 1961, p. 59.

The People's Song Book. New York: Boni and Gaer, 1948, p. 35.

Kokk, Enn.
Joe Hills Sånger: The Complete Joe Hill Song Book. Stockholm: Bokförlaget Prisma, 1969.

Jensen, Vernon H.
"The 'Legend' and the 'Case' of Joe Hill." Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, volume 2, number 1, 1967, pp. 97-109.

"Joe Hill."
People's Songs Bulletin, volume 2, number 8, September 1947, p. 5

Kornbluh, Joyce L.
Rebel Voices: An I.W.W. Anthology. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1964. "Joe Hill: Wobbly Bard," pp. 127-157.

Lingenfelter, Richard E., Richard A. Dwyer and David Cohen.
Songs of the American West. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968. "Oh, You Wobblie!," pp. 541-552.

Nerman, Ture.
Arbetarsangaren Joe Hill: Mödare eller Martyr?. Stokholm: Feberativs förlag, 1951.

Ochs, Phil.
"Joe Hill." Broadside, number 76, November 1966, p. 5.

[no author]
Pesni Dzho Khilla. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaia Literatura, 1966.

Reuss, Richard A.
"The Ballad of 'Joe Hill' Revisited." Western Folklore, volume 26, number 3, July 1967, pp. 187-188.

Silber, Irwin.
Lift Every Voice. New York: People's Artists, 1953, p. 37.

Smith, Gibbs M.
Joe Hill. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1969.

Stavis, Barrie.
"Joe Hill: Poet/Organizer." Folk Music [New York], volume 1, number 1, June 1964, pp. 3-4, 38-50; [number 2], August 1964, pp. 27-29, 38-50.

Stavis, Barrie and Frank Harmon.
The Sons of Joe Hill. New York: Oak Publications, 1955.

Stegner, Wallace Earle.
"Joe Hill, the Wobblies' Troubadour." New Republic, January 1948, pp. 20-24, 38-39.

The Preacher and the Slave. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1950.



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