Selected References

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Aebi, Ernst, 1991, Die Grabplatten bei der Kirche Worb (photos by Bernhard Künzler), Worb, Switzerland: Kirchgemeinde Worb, 31 p.

Allen, Oliver H., 1905, The German Palatines in North Carolina: The North Carolina Booklet, Vol. IV, no. 12, Raleigh, N.C., p. 9-27.

American Genealogical Research Institute, 1972, The Cooper Family: AGRI, Washington, D.C., 118 p.

Bell, Landon C., 1972, Lunenburg County Virginia Wills 1746–1825 [Indexed], Virginia Book Co., Berryville, Va., unnum.

Bender, Martha, n.d. [ca 2001; copy inscribed by author dated 3/14/02], The HillTop – Old Tales of New Beginnings [Fisher and Heinzelmann families], 137 p.

Broadfoot, Lennis L., 1944, Pioneers of the Ozarks [coll. of 91 drawings and biographical text, ill. by author]: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho, 195 p.

Carraway, Gertrude S., 1942, Historic New Bern, A Modern City with Historic Traditions, Guidebook, 5th ed.: City of New Bern [N.C.], New Bern Historical Commission, New Bern Merchants Association, New Bern Chamber of Commerce, 64 p.

Closson, Bob and Closson, Mary [Compilers], 1981, Register of Invalid Pensions, Revolutionary Service, 1789 [orig. by Richard Rush, Treasury Dept. Comptroller, compiled 31 August 1812], 16 p.

Coldham, Peter Wilson [Compiler], 1980, Lord Mayor's Court of London Depositions Relating to Americans, 1641-1736: National Genealogical Soc., Spec. Pub. 44, Washington, D.C., 119 p.

Colonial Williamsburg, Inc., 1960, Official Guidebook & Map Containing a brief History of the City and Descriptions of more than One Hundred Dwellings – Houses, Shops & publick Buildings, fully illustrated, 4th ed.: Williamsburg, Virginia, 108 p.

Conger, Roger N., 1987, Texas Collector: Gaines de Graffenried [signed by Gaines de Graffenried]: Texian Press, Waco, Texas, 160 p.

de Conval, Ronleigh [John Alfred Pollock 1844-1932], 1920, The Fair Lady of Halifax or Colmey's Six Hundred: Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Raleigh, N.C., 408 p.

Coppage, A. Maxim, III, 1978, Missouri Cousins [DeGraffenreid/Jefferies families, p. 89]: McDowell Publications, Hartford, Kentucky, 145 p.

Coppage, A. Maxim, III, and Wulfeck, Dorothy Ford, 1965, Virginia Settlers in Missouri: A. Maxim Coppage, F. S. A. Scott, Walnut Creek, Calif., 151 p.

de Graffenried, Clare, 1890, "The Needs of Self-Supporting Women," Read at W.C.A. International Conference, Baltimore, Jan. 1890: Notes supplementary to the Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, 1890, No. 1 [Whole No. 10], p. 1-10 [79-88].

de Graffenried, Helmuth, 1990, Wandlung und Variationen des Familiennamens de Graffenried: Familienkiste v. Graffenried, 18. Familienbrief (Oktober), Bern, Switzerland, pp. 2, 4.

de Graffenried, Thomas P., 1925, History of the de Graffenried Family – 1191 AD to 1925: Vail-Ballou Press, Binghamton and New York, 282 p.

de Graffenried, Thomas P., 1950, The de Graffenried Name in Literature: The William-Frederick Press, New York, 32 p.

de Graffenried, Thomas P., 1958, The de Graffenried Family Scrap Book 1191 – 1956: University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, Va., 271 p.

DeGraffenreid, Dorothy Russell, 1994, Under the Locust Trees – Stories from a Kentucky Childhood: Windmill Publications Inc., Mt. Vernon, Indiana, 208 p.

Fiske, John, 1897/1899, Old Virginia and her Neighbours, in Two Volumes: The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Boston and New York, Vol. I, 318 p., Vol. II, 421 p.

Goodspeed Bros. Publishers, 1894, A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region – Comprising A Condensed General History, A Brief Descriptive History of Each County, and Numerous Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens of Such Counties [Illustrated], 787 p. Reprinted 1978. New material [54-page surname index] ©1978 by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.: Southern Historical Press, Easley, S.C.

Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889, History – Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri ["From the earliest time to the present, including a department devoted to the preservation of sundry personal, business, professional and private records; besides a valuable fund of notes, original observations, etc., etc."], Chicago, photocopies of pp. i, 532-37, 542-545, 576-579, courtesy David E. Browning.

Hays, Etta Jane Voss, and Hays, Robert, 2003, Descendants of Toliver Jeffries and Mary 'Polly' Warner Jeffries of Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri: Robert L. Hays Publisher, Koerperich Bookbinders, Inc., Vol. I, p. 1-654; Vol. II, p. 655-1205.

Hutchins, James Hill, 1955, My Native Town – A Narrative Poem of Early New Berne, North Carolina: New Bern Historical Society Foundation, Inc., New Bern, N.C., 38 p. (unnum.)

Jeffries, T. Victor, 1974, Before the Dam Water: Story and Pictures of Old Linn Creek, Ha Ha Tonka and Camden County [MO]: Midwest Litho & Publishing Co., Springfield, Mo., 58 p.

Kamphoefner, W.D., Helbich, Wolfgang and Sommer, Ulrike [Eds., 1988, C.H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung (Oscar Beck), Munich]. Engl. Trans., Susan Carter Vogel, 1991, News from the Land of Freedom – German Immigrants Write Home, Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca, N.Y., 645 p.

Kelley, Dorothy "Sunflower Sue," 1999, Out with the Kansas Hillbillies: Wheat Field Publishing, Lawrence, Kan. [columns selected and arranged by Linda Kelley; map and front cover by Jim Kelley], 292 p.

Kendall, Katharine Kerr, and Donaldson, Mary Frances Kerr, 1978, Person County North Carolina Compilations – Land Grants 1794, 1805, 1823 Tax Lists, Record Books Abstracts 1792-1820, Letters of Attorney: Raleigh, North Carolina, 148 p.

Knittle, Walter Allen, 1937, Early Eighteenth Century [ca. 1600–1775] Palatine Emigration – A British government redemptioner project to manufacture naval stores, with Foreword by Dixon Ryan Fox: Dorrance & Company, Philadelphia, 320 p.

Lutz, June L. (Shaull), 1972, History of the K/Creitz-K/Crites-K/Critz Family: Pub. by the Author, Part I, p. 1-488; Part II, p. I-1 – I-884 [sewn, hardbound, gold buckram, 3.5 in. thick – a remarkable volume! JAD]

Maync, Wolf, 1981, Bernische Wohnschlösser, Ihre Besitzergeschichte, 3rd ed.: VDB Verlag, Bern, 176 p.

McCarthy, Ann, 1989, North Carolina – A Photographic Journey: Colour Library Books Ltd., Godalming, Surrey, England, p. 9.

Nyberg, Leo, 1926, A History of Laclede County [MO], 178 p. Reprinted (n.d.) with permission of sons L.E. and C.Y. Nyberg. Available from Laclede Co. Genealogical Soc., P.O. Box 350, Lebanon, MO 65536-0350.

Perdue, Theda, 1985, Native Carolinians – The Indians of North Carolina: Division of Archives and History, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Historical Commission, Raleigh, N.C., 73 p.

Powell, Emma H., 1905, New Bern North Carolina Founded by De Graffenried in 1710: Colonial New Bern, New Bern of Today, 33 p. [in addition to New Bern history, including the building of Tryon Palace in 1770, it contains a transcription of the remarks of the representative of the Council of Burghesses of the city of Bern, Switzerland, and of the mayor of New Bern, USA, on the occasion of the presentation of the Bernese flag to "Old" Bern's daughter city, New Bern, in 1896. Available at].

Randolph, Vance, 1976 [1986 Illini Books ed.], Pissing in the Snow and Other Ozark Folk Tales: University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago, Ill., 153 p.

Randolph, Vance, 1982, Ozark Folksongs, Edited and Abridged by Norm Cohen [pub. originally 1946-1950 by the State Historical Soc. of Missouri in 4 vols.]: University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Ill., 590 p.

Reynolds, Katherine, 1962, Descendants of Baker and Sarah Vass De Graffenried, Virginia and North Carolina: Submitted to Samuel Sorrell Chapter, NSDAR, Houston, Texas, Vol. I, 463 p., Vol. II, 341 p.

Rubli, Markus F., 1992, Neuschloss Worb: Benteli-Werd Verlags AG, Wabern-Bern, 123 p.

Schneiter, Emil, 1961, Worb Schloss und Dorf: Berner Heimatbücher, 76/77: Verlag Paul Haupt, Bern, 156 p.

Spence, Irene Bush, n.d. [ca. 1968],* 1191 – 1968, The Family of Christopher DeGraffenried IV in Switzerland and America and Allied Families of Tooke and Rambo: Enterprise Publishing Co., Camilla, Georgia, 143 p. (facsimile reprint, Higginson Book Co., Salem, Massachusetts). *[1956 is stated to be the date of a tentative outline of the Tooke family; the volume contains a 'Memoriam to Thomas P. de Graffenried,' d. 1961 in New York, and also mentions the work of Katherine Reynolds on Baker de Graffenried and Sarah Vass, which was submitted to the DAR in 1962.]

Thomas, Betty Wood (Compiler), 2003, Baron Christopher de Graffenried V His Ancestors and His Descendants 1191 to 2001: Willo Publ. Co., Gulfport, Mississippi, 719 p.

Todd, Vincent H. (Ed.), 1920, Christoph von Graffenried's Account of the Founding of New Bern: North Carolina Historical Commission, Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh, N.C., 434 p.

von Mülinen, Wolfgang Friedrich, 1896, Christoph von Graffenried Landgraf von Carolina, Gründer von Neu-Bern – Zumeist nach Familienpapieren und Copien seiner amtlichen Berichte: Neujahrsblatt für 1897, Historischen Verein des Kantons Bern, K.J. Wyss Verlag, Bern, 43 p.

Walser, Richard, 1980, North Carolina Legends: Division of Archives and History, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Historical Commission, Raleigh, N.C. [10th printing, 1990], 76 p.

Watson, Alan D., 1987, A History of New Bern and Craven County [NC]: Tryon Palace Commission, Bagg & Griffin Inc. (Griffin & Tilghman Printers, Inc.), New Bern, N.C., 746 p.

Weaver, H. Dwight, 2000, Lake of the Ozarks, The Early Years: Images of America, Arcadia Publishing (an imprint of Tempus Publishing, Inc.), Chicago, Ill., 128 p.

Wilson, R. Jackson, et al., 1984, The Pursuit of Liberty, A History of the American People: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, 1008 p.

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