Small, General Sociology, pp. 274-279.

Sumner, Folkways, pp. 30-52.

Treitschke, Politics, Vol. I, pp. 303-327.

Weyl, The New Democracy, pp. 235-254.

Negroes as a Caste

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 19, pp. 343-357, "The Philosophy of the Color Line"; Vol. 22, pp. 577-593, Howard, "The Social Cost of Southern Race Prejudice"; Vol. 23, pp. 83-106, "The Superiority of the Mulatto"; Vol. 23, pp. 735-746, Dodd, "The Social Philosophy of the Old South."

Bowen, Safeguards for City Youth, pp. 170-201; "Protection against Illegal Discrimination."

* DuBois, The Souls of Black Folk, especially pp. 1-12, 163-188, 207-214.

Independent, Vol. 73, pp. 661-664, "Contrasts at Home and Abroad."

Johnston, The Negro in the New World, especially the last nine chapters. A foreigner's view.

Negro Problem, The, a series of articles by representative American negroes of to-day.

Page, The Negro the Southerner's Problem, pp. 286-310.

Stephenson, Race Distinctions in American Law, especially pp. 1-24, 154-206, 348-362.

Stone, Studies in the American Race Problem, pp. 3-39, 351-421.

Washington, Story of the Negro, Vol. II, pp. 393-401.

Wolfe, Readings in Social Problems, pp. 320-371, "Assimilation of the Immigrant"; 665-790, " The Negro Problem."

The Poor

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 18, pp. 784-795, Devine, "Some Ideals Implied in Present American Programs of Voluntary Philanthropy." Also in American Sociological Society Proceedings, Vol. 7, pp. 177-188.

Blackmar and Gillin, Outlines of Sociology, pp. 435-456, charities and charity administration each treated in a separate chapter.

Devine, Misery and Its Causes, especially pp. 3-50, 167-235.

Dooley, Education of the Ne'er-Do-Well, especially pp. 15-30.

Gillette, Rural Sociology, pp. 262-280.

Hayes, Introduction to the Study of Sociology, pp. 171-188.

Parmelee, Poverty and Social Progress, especially pp. 217-230.

Towne, Social Problems, pp. 285-306.

Warner, American Charities.

Immigrants

Abbott, The Immigrant and the Community, pp. 221-246, "The Education of the Immigrant."

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 14, pp. 320-351, Maclean, "Life in the Pennsylvania Coal Fields," with particular reference to women; Vol. 22, pp. 510-543, Maurer, "The Earlier German Nationalism in America"; Vol. 24, pp. 609-642, Hill, " The Americanization Movement."

Bowen, Safeguards for City Youth, pp. 160-170, "Protection against Illegal Discrimination."

Committee for Immigrants in America, 20 West 34th St., New York City, publishes a quarterly review and numerous pamphlets; two of special value to teachers are a "Citizenship Syllabus" and a "Professional Course for Service among Immigrants."

Jenks and Lauck, The Immigration Problem: pp. 24-40, characteristics; 104-126, institutions; 221-260, Orientals; 261-318, assimilation.

Miller, The School and the Immigrant: pp. 23-36, 72-84, children; 37-58, language; 85-102, adults.

Ravage, An American in the Making. Experience with schools begins at p. 173.

Riis, Making of an American, pp. 35-100.

Ross, The Old World and the New, especially pp. 228-258.

Steiner, From Alien to Citizen, pp. 53-198.

U. S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin, 1913, No. 51, "Education of the Immigrant"; 1916, No. 18, "Public Facilities for Educating the Alien." The Bureau has a Division of Immigrant Education.

Criminals

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. I, pp. 200-298, Warner, "Politics and Crime"; Vol. 22, pp. 38-52, Healy and Bronner, "Youthful Offenders"; Vol. 24, pp. 61-83, Howard, "Alcohol and Crime."

Blackmar and Gillin, Outlines of Sociology, pp. 478-498.

Bowen, Safeguards for City Youth, pp. 94-127, "Legal Protection for Delinquents."

Eliot, The Juvenile Court and the Community, pp. 133-154.

Hayes, Introduction to the Study of Sociology, pp. 618-627.

Healy, The Individual Delinquent. Summarizes 1000 cases.

Mosby, Causes and Cures of Crime, pp. 130-159, "Education."

Schoff, The Wayward Child, especially Introduction and pp. 106-136, a chapter each on schools and truancy.

Towne, Social Problems, pp. 207-233.

U. S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin, 1915, No. 29, "The Truant Problem and the Parental School."

The Feeble-Minded

Blackmar and Gillin, Outlines of Sociology, pp. 499-512.

Dugdale, The Jukes.

Educational Review, Vol. 50, pp. 481-494, Woods, "The Subnormal Child."

Fairchild, Applied Psychology, pp. 26-43.

Goddard, The Kallikak Family

Goddard, School Training of Defective Children, especially pp. ix-27.

Guyer, Being Well-Born, pp. 228-288.

Holmes, The Conservation of the Child, especially pp. 15-31, history; 32-91, clinic; 290-342, sociological relations.

Outlook, Vol. no, pp. 579-582, Rainsford, "Bums."

Towne, Social Problems, pp. 184-206.

U. S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin, 1911, No. 14, "Provision for Exceptional Children in the Public Schools."

Wolfe, Readings in Social Problems, pp. 173-193.

Backward Communities

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. IV, pp. 1-20, Vincent, "A Retarded Frontier."

American Magazine, Vol. 76, pp. 11-15, Gesell, "A Village of a Thousand Souls."

Gillette, Constructive Rural Sociology, pp. 73-77, 272-287.

Jenks and Lauck, The Immigration Problem, pp. 70-79, 127-146.

Kuhns, German and Swiss Settlements of Colonial Pennsylvania, especially pp. 221-229.

Readers'Guide to Periodical Literature: "Mountaineers"; "Mountain Whites"; "New Mennonites"; names of the various states.

The Bookman, Vols. 38 and 39, "American Backgrounds for Fiction," six articles about backward communities treated by novelists. Vol. 39 also has an article by Abraham Cahan, "New Writers of the Ghetto."