The Children's Blizzard, by David Laskin
A Treasury of Nebraska Pioneer Folklore, by Roger L. Welsch
Wild Towns of Nebraska, by Wayne C. Lee
Roster of Soldiers, Sailors & Marines Residing in Nebraska.
Nebraska, by Dorothy Weyer Creigh, 1977.
Special Places, In Search of Small Town America, by Berton Roueché, 1982.
Nebraska Blue Book, 2000-01.
Ancestor Charts, Submitted by Members of the Nebraska State Genealogical Society, 1983.
Nebraska Weeds, 1979.
Belden Centennial History, 1989.
50th Annual Cuming County Fair, 1972
The Continued Story of an Old Town, Decatur, Nebraska, by John A. Byram & Lee Deman, 1999.
The Unforgotten truth of the Life and Times at the Dodge County Poor Farm, by Kathleen Drawbridge, 2007.
Florence Pioneer Days, Bicentennial Program.
Outpost on the Plains, by Roger T. Grange Jr.
Seventy-Fifth Anniversary 1884-1959, Trinity Lutheran Church Gladstone & Gilead, Nebraska
Seventy-Fifth Anniversary 1884-1959 Trinity Lutheran Church Gladstone & Gilead, Nebraska
Once in a Hundred Years, by Angus A. McKenzie
I Remember...Family Stories from Hamilton County, Nebraska, Vol. 1 1999
Genealogical Abstracts from The Tecumseh Chieftain 1873 - 1900.
Lomawood, The Evolution of a Village, by Grace S. Steiner
Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church Centennial 1895-1995.
John Henry Kagi and the Old Log Cabin Home.
Swedish Omaha - Past and Present, by L. Dale Lind and Reuben T. Swanson
Omaha: The Gate City and Douglas County, Nebraska, Vol. 2, 1917.
Boys Town, A Photographic History, by Barbara A. Lonnborg, 1992.
Photos & Documents of Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. [collected photos]
Red Willow, A History of the Red Willow Community and First Settlement in Southwest Nebraska, 1869-1873, by James
J. Sughroue, 1992.
Soil Survey, USDA.
History of Seward County, Nebraska, by W. W. Cox, 1888/1975.
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Directory, 1999;
Wausa, Nebraska Century Edition, 1890-1990.
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in 1947 when it was the
Irwin Consolidated School