Bibiliography for Joseph Guillaume and The Star Cars

Stop 4 of 4 in the Streetcar Integration During Reconstruction tour

Negroes in City Cars. "The Daily Picayune," November 9, 1864, p 2.

Town Talk. "The New Orleans Times," September 29, 1865, p 2.

The Star Car Nuisance. "The New Orleans Tribune." June 25, 1865, p 2.

The Car Question. "The New Orleans Tribune." February 28, 1865, p 2.

Friends of Universal Suffrage. "The New Orleans Tribune." July 8, 1865, p 2.

Letters to the People. "The New Orleans Tribune." September 8, 1865, p 2.

Star Car. "The New Orleans Tribune." August 10, 1865, p 4.

Local Intelligence: The Car Question. "The New Orleans Times." April 30, 1867, p 4.

Kendall, J. (1922). "Kendall's History of New Orleans." Chicago: Lewis Publishing House, p 676).

Local Intelligence. "The New Orleans Times." May 5, 1867, p 10.

Kelley, B. L. M. (2010). "Right to Ride: Streetcar Boycotts and African American Citizenship in the Era of Plessy v. Ferguson." Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, p 52.

Fischer, R. A. (1968). A Pioneer Protest: The New Orleans Street-car Controversy of 1867. "The Journal of Negro History," 53(3), p 224.

The Cars. "The New Orleans Tribune." May 5, 1867, p 4.

The Car Question. "The New Orleans Tribune." May 8, 1867, p 4.

Arceneaux, P. D. (2005, Fall). Murder Most Political: Henry Clay Warmoth and the Death of Daniel C. Byerly. "Louisiana Cultural Vistas," p 39.

Concluded not to Ride. "The New Orleans Tribune." May 11, 1867, p 1.

City Cars. "The New Orleans TImes." May 25, 1867, p 1.