19C- American Boy Culture Bibliography

Query: Doing research on children's chivalric literature, late 19th and early 20th C, grounded on certain type of "boy" culture. Would be grateful for info, biblio suggestions.

Response:

Alger, Horatio Ragged Dick 19th C. dime novel

Alienist, The

Beard, D.C. The American Boy's Handy Book; Scribners, 1882,1890; reprint David R. Godine,Boston, 1983

Bederman, Gail Manliness and Civilization; 1995

Carnes, Mark C. Secret Ritual and Manhood in Victorian America

Carnes, Mark C. and Griffen, Clyde, eds. Meanings for Manhood: Constructions of Masculinity in Victorian America; Chicago U Press, 1990

Crosby, Ernest Captain Jinks, Hero; Funk & Wagnalls, 1902

Jacobson, Marcia Being A Boy Again; 1994

Kimmel, Michael Men in America: A Cultural History, 1996

McLeod, David I. Building Character, 1983

New York Boys' Library, Vol. 1, No. 23; NY Popular Pub. Co, 25 March 1882

Ralphson, G. Harvey Boy Scouts in......(series) in particular: Boy Scouts in the Canal Zone, or The Plot Against Uncle Sam; Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., 1911 and Boy Scouts in the Philippines, or The Key to the Treaty Box; Donohue & Co., 1911

Rotundo, E. Anthony American Manhood: Transformations in Masculinity from the Revolution to the Modern Era, 1993

Tutwieler, Julia R. "The Boy in American Fiction," Gunton's Magazine 25 Aug, 1903: 133-141

U.S. Children's Bureau records on juvenile delinquency describe what policy makers saw as danger of boy culture after 1912. Papers housed in National Archives social welfare collection, Washington, D.C.


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