Bair, Dee, “Offering Teenage Mothers Chance for a Future,” “New Haven Register,” December 14, 1966.
Bernardo, Stephanie, “The Ethnic Almanac.” Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1981.
Betts, Elizabeth M., “The Pardee-Morris House and Its Owners.” (“Journal of the New Haven Colony Historical Society,” Vol. 28, Number 2.) Spring 1982.
Brown, Elizabeth Mills, “New Haven: A Guide to Architecture and Urban Design.” New Haven: Yale University Press, 1972.
Capobianco, Gennaro and Sally Innis Gould, “The Italians In Their Homeland, In America, In Connecticut” (A Curriculum Guide). World Education Project—University of Connecticut: Parousia Press, 1976.
“Census Exhibit of New Haven 1790-1990.” Historical Archive Center of New Haven: Funded by the Connecticut Humanities Council.
Chandler, Alfred Dupont, “The Railroads, The Nation’s Last Big Business.” New York: Harcourt Brace and World, 1965.
Ethnic Heritage Center of New Haven, Inc.. Includes Afro-American, Irish, Italian, Ukrainian, and Jewish Historical Societies and their papers.
“First City School Open for Pregnant, Unmarried Teens,” “New Haven Register.” December 5, 1966, p. 1.
Green, Constance (McLaughlin), “Eli Whitney and the Birth of American Technology.” Boston: Little, Brown, 1956.
Gross, Fred, “1st School Opens for Teen Moms,” “New Haven Journal Courier,” December 5, 1966, pp. 1, 11.
Haupt. Hannah Beate, ed., “Man Threatened.” Illinois: McDougal Littel Company, 1972. (This book contains excellent selections of contemporary poems related to the urban theme.)
Hill, Everett G., “A Modern History of New Haven and Eastern New Haven County,” Vol. 1. New York: The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1918. (Hill was Editor of the New Haven Register. This gives an account of the role played by the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution. This group financed a publication in the language of the immigrants that was a guide telling the newcomers the things most needed toward becoming Americanized. Many women in this Connecticut organization worked passing these pamphlets out to immigrants as they arrived in New York. They were great ambassadors for Connecticut and New Haven.)
Hornstein, Harold, “New Haven Celebrates the Bicentennial.” Eastern Press,Inc., 1978.
Leuthner, Stuart, “The Railroaders.” New York: Random House, 1983.
Miller, Wayne Charles, “A Gathering of Ghetto Writers.” New York: New York University Press, 1972.
Osterweis, Rollin G., “The New Haven Green and the American Bicentennial.” Hamden, Ct.: The Shoe String Press, Inc., 1976.
———, “Three Centuries of New Haven 1638-1938.” New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953.
“Points of Interest in New Haven.” (“New Haven Chamber of Commerce”) 1935.
Sachem Institute, Inc., “Eli Whitney Historic Site—Time Line”, Eli Whitney Museum, July 4, 1992.
Shumway, Floyd and Richard Hegel, “New Haven An Illustrated History.” Windsor Publications, 1981.
Sledge, Betsy and Eugenia Fayen, “Enjoying New Haven, A Guide to the Area.” East Rock Press Ltd., 1989.
Stanford, Patrick, “Lines of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co.,” Copyright Rights, Patrick Stanford, 1976.
Stewart, Daniel Y., “Black New Haven 1920-1977.” New Haven: Advocate Press, 1977.
———, “New Haven Black History.” Library of Congress, 1978.
“The City As Man’s Hope,” Sterling Educational Films. (This is a 28 min. B/W film that explains how slums, public housing, suburbs and apartments developed. Gives ways to improve city life.)
Wyman, Carolyn, “Profiles of Achievement,” “New Haven Register,” February 23, 1992. pp. E1, E3.