Recommended reading

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Apps, Jerold W. and Allen Strang. Barns of Wisconsin. Wisconsin: Tamarack Press, 1977.

Arthur, Eric and Dudley Whitney. The Barn: A Vanishing Landmark in North America. Toronto: M.F. Feheley Arts, 1972.

Conrat, Marie and Richard. The American Farm: A Photographic History. San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1977.

Ensminger, Robert F. The Pennsylvania Barn: Its Origin, Evolution, and Distribution in North America. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.

Fink, Daniel. Barns of the Genesee Country, 1790-1915. Genesco: James Brunner, 1987.

Fitchen, John. The New World Dutch Barn. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1968.

Fridley, Russell W., Ed. Minnesota Farmscape: Looking at Change. St.Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1980.

Gyrisco, Geoffrey M. Ed. Compiled by Peggy Lee Beedle. The Farm Landscape: A Bibliography of the Architecture and Archeology of Farmsteads and Settlement in Wisconsin and Areas of Origin of Its Settlers in the United States and Europe. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1997.

Hanou, John. A Round Indiana: Round Barns in the Hoosier State. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 1993

Harris, Bill. Barns of America. New York: Crescent, 1991.

Hervert, Jean and Elizabeth Allen. Midwestern Vernacular: Farm Structures in Kane County, Illinois. Geneva: Kane County Urban Development, 1980.

Hubka, Thomas C. Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1984.

Janik, Carolyn. The Barn Book. (with introduction by Mary Humstone.) Smithmart Publishers, 1990.

Kane County Development Dept. Built For Farming: A Guide to the Rural Architecture of Kane County. Kane County Development Dept., 1991.

Kimball, Sidney Fiske. Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and the Early Republic. New York: Scribner's, 1922.

Klamkin, Charles. Barns: Their History, Preservation and Restoration. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1973.

Klees, Frederick. Pennsylvania Dutch. New York: Macmillan, 1950.

Koop, Michael and Stephen Ludwig. German-Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota. Vermillion: State Historic Preservation Center, 1984.

Miller, L.R. The Complete Barn Book. Forest Grove, OR: Mill Press, Inc., 1983.

Noble, Allen G. Wood, Brick and Stone: The North American Settlement Landscape. Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1984.

Noble, Allen G. and Hubert G.H. Wilhelm. Barns of the Midwest. Ohio University Press. 1995.

Roe, Keith. Corncribs: In History, Folklife, and Architecture. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 1988.

Sadler, Julius Trousdale. American Stables: an architecture tour. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1981.

Schuler, Stanley. American barns in a class by themselves. Exton, PA: Schiffer, 1984.

Schultz, LeRoy G. Barns, Stables and Outbuildings: A World Bibliography in English, 1700-1983. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, Inc., 1986.

Scott, Don. Barns of Indiana. Purdue News Service, 1997.

Shoemaker, Alfred L. The Pennsylvania Barn. Lancaster: Franklin Dutch Folklore Center, 1955.

Sloan, Eric. An Age of Barns. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1967.

Soike, Lowell J. Without Right Angles: The Round Barns of Iowa. Des Moines: Iowa State Historical Department, 1983.

Visser, Thomas Durant. Field Guide to New England Barns and Farm Buildings. Hanover University Press of New England, 1997.

Ziegler, Phil. Storehouses of Time: Historic Barns of the Northeast. Camden, ME: Dawn East Books, 1985.

Davis, Blaine. "The World's Largest Round Barn." Kansas Territorial. v.5,#1 (January/February, 1985).

Giese, Henry. "Trends in Farm Structures." A Century of Farming in Iowa, 1846-1946. Ames: Iowa State College Press, 1946.

Glick, Ivan. "The Story of Barns of the New World." Ford New Holland News. (June, 1991).

Harrington-Lueker, Donna. "Built to Last." Farm Home. (January, 1988).

Hayden, Pam. "Clackamas County, Our Agrarian Past: Historic Barns and Farm Buildings." Clackamas County Dept. of Transportation and Development. (1992).

Jackson, Harvey H. III. "Alabama Barns:Barn Again." Alabama Heritage No. 44 (Spring, 1997), pp. 38 - 49.

Martin, Gary. "Round Barns." Ford New Holland News. (June, 1991).

Reisler, Jim. "Forty Years of Barns." Americana. (March/April 1988).

Screven, T. "Harley Wanwick, Barn Painter." Goldenseal. (1976): pp.16-24.

Shaw, Bill. "Barnstorming the Big Chaw: He Extols the Merits of Chewing Tobacco, and his Murals are National Landmarks. Meet the Very Last of the Mail Pouch Painters." Chicago Tribune Magazine. (July 19, 1961): pp.29-30.

Theeke, Matthew. "The Vanishing Barns of Salem Township: A Study In a Disappearing Way of Life." The Salem Area Historical Society. (1990).

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BARN AGAIN! Barn Preservation Information Handbook: A Guide for Individuals and Organizations. Denver: National Trust for Historic Preservation, Mountain/Plains Office, 1992.

Auer, Michael J. "The Preservation of Historic Barns." Preservation Briefs 20. U.S. Department of the Interior National Park Service, Preservation Assistance Division. (October, 1989).

Carlson, Carl. "Calving Facility has Direct Impact on Survival Rate." Colorado Rancher and Farmer. (January, 1986).

Allen, Lewis F. Rural Architecture. New York: Orange Judd Comppany, 1882.

Stipe, Robert E. (editor). Preservation Planning Series: New Directions in Rural Preservation. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980.

Note: Many of these articles were released on the Associated Press wire and published in many papers across the country. Also there were numerous press releases concerning BARN AGAIN! and Farm Heritage Award winners. The information released to the local press is generally covered more comprehensively in the Successful Farming articles on the program winners.

Barn Again! "The Nebraska Heritage Collection" Available from NET Store, (800) 868-1868 or (402)472-7777.