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Bibliography

Primary Sources

Unpublished Works

Avery, Samuel. “Letter to Šárka Hrbková.” 13 May, 1919.

Čejka, A J. “Letter to Chancellor Andrews and the Board of Regents.” 24, July, 1909.

Davis, Ellery, D.  “Letter to the Board of Regents from Bohemian Language Committee.” Undated.

Hrbková, Šárka. “Letter to Major Samuel Avery.” 18 November, 1918.

Hrbková, Šárka. “Letter to Chancellor Samuel Avery.” 19 May, 1919.

Lawrence, Fossler. “Letter to the Board of Regents.” 9 June, 1908.

Pipal, F. J., et al. “Letter to Chancellor Benjamin Andrews and the Board of Regents.” 5 June, 1905.

Šimek, Bohumil. “Letter to Chancellor Benjamin Andrews and the Board of Regents.” 12 June, 1905.

Published Works

Lincoln Daily Star (Lincoln, NE). 25 February 1907-3 March 1907

Nebraska, University of. “Bulletin of the University Nebraska.” Lincoln: The University Press, 1908.

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Rosicky, Rose.A History of Czechs (Bohemians) in Nebraska.”  Evansville Unigraphic, 1977.

Sakson-Ford, Stephanie. “The Immigrant Experience: The Czech Americans.” Philidelphia: Chelsea House,1999.

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