The Public Monument in North America
Selected Bibliographies

Perry's Victory and International Peace Monument:

Huntington, Webster Perit. The Perry's Victory Memorial: a history of its origin, construction, and completion in commemoration of the victory of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry in the Battle of Lake Erie and the northwestern campaign of General William Henry Harrison in the War of 1812 and it dedication to the cause of international peace. Akron, OH: The Commerical Printing and Lithography Co., 1917.

Knoll, Denys W. Perry's Victory on Lake Erie: an account of the buildings of the fleet in the wilderness, the decisive battle at Put-in-Bay, and its consequences. Erie, PA: Erie County Historical Society, 1980.

Perry's Victory Memorial Commission. First Annual Report of the Perry's Memorial Commission. Washington: GPO, 1921.

Williams, Sherda K. Cultural Landscape Report: Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial, Put-in-Bay, Ohio. Omaha, NE: National Park Service, Midwest Regional Office, Planning and Resource Preservation, 1994.

The Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery

Adams, Erin W. " A Confederate Cemetery in Ohio." The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine no. 7 (August 1991): 20-21.

Knauss, William H. The Story of Camp Chase. Nashville: Smith and Lamar, 1906.

Simms, Henry H. Ohio Politics on the Eve of Conflict. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 1961.

Shriver, Phillip R. And Donald J. Breen. Ohio's Military Prisons in the Civil War. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 1964.

Weisenburger, Francis P. Columbus During the Civil War. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 1963.

The William McKinley Memorial Monument

"Chicago Artist to Design Memorial: Mr. MacNeil to Come to Columbus: Will Tour the City and Select Suitable Site for the Monument." Ohio State Journal (Columbus), 20 February 1902, p. 10.

"Design for the Memorial to President McKinley." Ohio State Journal (Columbus), 8 February 1903, Magazine Section, p. 1.

Gumprecht, Hope A. The Capitol Square Sculptures: William McKinley Memorial, the

Doughboy, the Spirit of '98, Christopher Columbus, These Are My Jewels, Peace: Survey Report. Oberlin, OH: Intermuseum Conservatory, 1994.

"McKinley in Bronze." Ohio State Journal (Columbus), 9 March 1902, p. 8.

Volkmar, Karl F. "The William McKinley Memorial Monument, Columbus, OH; Herman Atkins McNeil, sculptor." M. A. Thesis, The Ohio State University, 1976.

The U. S. S. Arizona Memorial

Linenthal, Edward T. "Rust and Sea and Memory in This Strange Graveyard," in Sacred Ground: Americans and Their Battlegrounds, 2nd. Ed., Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1993.

"Pearl Harbor Project." New York Times. 8 September 1961.

Slackman, Michael. Remembering Pearl Harbor: The Story of the USS Arizona Memorial. Honolulu: Arizona Memorial Museum Association, 1984.

"Shrine is Dedicated to the U. S. S. Arizona." New York Times. 31 May 1962.

U. S. Congress, Senate. "U. S. S. 'Arizona Memorial'." 86th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record. (30 June 1960), vol. 106, pt. 11, p. 15064.

U. S. Congress, House. "U. S. Ship 'Arizona' Memorial." 87th Congress, 1st Session.

Congressional Record (31 July 1961), vol 107, pt. 11, p. 14065.

The May Fourth Memorial

Ast, Bruno. "May 4 Memorial Design Statement." Undated. Jerry M. Lewis Papers, Kent State University Archives, Kent. OH.

Ausprich, Harry. "Report of the Kent State University's May 4th Memorial Committee." December 1984. J. Gregory Payne Collection, Kent State University Archives, Kent, OH.

Bills, Scott L., ed. Kent State/May 4: Echoes Through a Decade. Kent OH: Kent State University Press, 1982.

Hildebrand, William H., Dean H. Keller, and Anita D. Herrington, eds. A Book of Memories: Kent State University, 1910-1992. Kent, OH: The Kent State University Press, 1993.

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