Episode Three: Thanks, Credits, Show Notes
Episode Three Show Notes:
Julian, George W. Political Recollections. Chicago: Jansen, McClurg & Company, 1884.
Julian, George W. Speeches on Political Questions. New York: Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1872.
Julian, George W. The Slavery Question, Delivered in the House of Representatives, May, 14, 1850. Washington D.C: The Congressional Globe Office, 1850.
Nation, Richard and Towne, Stephen. Indiana’s War: The Civil War in Documents. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2009.
Riddleberger, Patrick. George Washington Julian: Radical Republican (Indiana Historical Collections, Vol. 45. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1966.
Thornbrough, Emma Lou. Indiana in the Civil War, 1850-1880 (The History of Indiana Vol. III). Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1965.
Clarke, Grace Julian. George W. Julian (Biographical Series Vol I). Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Commission, 1923.
“To the Public,” The Indiana State Sentinel, Indianapolis, July 10, 1861, 1, accessed Newspapers.com.
“Rejoicing by Women on Suffrage Success,” The Indianapolis News, February 6, 1919, 1, accessed Hoosier State Chronicles.
“Jill Weiss, “George Washington Julian: Radical Representative of Moral Conviction,” Blogging Hoosier History.
Jill wrote the blog post “George Washington Julian: Radical Representative of Moral Conviction,” which I read in preparing for my research on this topic. She was incredibly patient with me when I asked my many questions about this time period. Jill is the Digital Outreach Manager for the Indiana Historical Bureau. She also serves as the recording engineer, editor, and general master of the recording room.
Justin is a project assistant with the Hoosier State Chronicles newspaper digitization project. In this episode, he played the part of newspaper announcer and the host of "Newspaper Corner." If you’re interested in reading historical newspaper articles, visit Hoosier State Chronicles online.
Steve is the Marion County Historian and Executive Director of the Irvington Historical Society. We were honored to have him join us on this episode playing the role of George Washington Julian.