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[NB: Works NOT necessarily available at TROY-Dothan Campus or Wiregrass Archives.]
Atkinson, Dorothy, and R. Woodbery. “History of Gadsden County.” Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project, 1936. [16 leaves; 28 cm.]
Avant, David A., and J. Randall Stanley. Illustrated Index, J. Randall Stanley's History Of Gadsden County, 1948. Tallahassee, Fla.: L'Avant Studios, 1985. [248p.; 24 cm.]
Boo, Sung Lai. “A Description And Analysis Of The Concept Of The Participation Of The Poor In A Southern Rural Community Action Program.” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Florida State University, 1977. [87 leaves]
Carter, Keith A. People And Jobs For Gadsden County: A Survey Of The Gadsden County Labor Force. Gainesville, Fla.: Community Development Laboratory, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, 1981. [71 p.; 28 cm.]
Chestang, Ennis Lee. “The Shade-Grown Cigar Wrapper Tobacco District Of Gadsden County, Florida.” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University, 1978. [126 leaves]
Davis, Calvin C. The History Of Midway: The Real Story. Midway, Fla.: C&M Publishers, 1995. [393 p.; 23 cm.]
Evans, Robert Milton. “An Educational Survey Of Gadsden County, Florida.” Unpublished M.A. Emory University, 1926. [128 p.]
Federal Writers' Project (Fla.). “Florida Early Settlers: Gadsden County Settlers, 1826.” Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project, ca. 1939. [21 leaves; 28 cm.]
Florida Division of Economic Development, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Gadsden County Economic Analysis. [Tallahassee, Fla.]: The Bureau, 1977. [1 v., various pagings]
Florida Division of Labor, Employment, and Training, Bureau of Research and Information. Occupational Wage Survey: Leon-Gadsden Counties. [Tallahassee, Fla.] : The Bureau, 1984. [19 p.; 22 x 28 cm.]
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce. Gadsden County: Profile For Industrial Development. Quincy, Fla.: The Chamber, 1978. [15 p.; 28 cm.]
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce. Gadsden County, Florida: The Famous Tobacco County. [Tallahassee, Florida: T.J. Appleyard, printer, 1920s]. [12 p.; 23 cm.]
Grant, Henry Gignilliat. “Change In Gadsden County, Florida After Four Years Of Industrial Development: A Study Of Selected Factors 1976-1980.” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1981.
Hobbs, Tameka Bradley. “Lynched Twice: The Murder Of A.C. Williams.” Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Florida State University, 2000. [112 leaves; 28 cm.]
Knetsch, Joe. “An Historical Overview Of The Development Of Western Gadsden County.” Paper presented to the Gadsden County Historical Society, September 9, 1991. [15 p., 28 cm.]
Parker, Paige Alan. “Political Mobilization In The Rural South A Case Study Of Gadsden County, Florida.” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Florida, 1980. [206 leaves]
Providence Baptist Church History, 1843-1970, Travis R. Kimbril, Pastor. [S.l : s.n.], 1970. [8p.; 28 cm.]
Quincy Chamber of Commerce (Fla.). Quincy: Industrial Heart Of Florida's Future. Quincy, Fla.: The Chamber, 1962. [1 v. (various foliations); 28 cm.]
Stanley, J. Randall. History of Gadsden County. Quincy, Fla.: Gadsden County Historical Commission, 1948. [208 p.; 24 cm.]
White, D. L. (David Lee). Diary Of D.L. White, July 1835-June 1842. [Jacksonville, Fla.]: Historical Records Survey, 1939. [100 leaves; 28 cm.]
Williamson. “Thrifty Gadsden And Quincy The County Seat.” Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project, 1939. Transcript of Florida Times-Union & Citizen, Special edition, Feb. 1898--Leaf 18. [18 leaves; 28 cm.]
Woltz, Larry. “Gadsen [sic] County.” Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project, ca. 1939. [7 leaves; 28 cm.]
Womack, Miles Kenan. Gadsden: A Florida County In Word And Picture. [Dallas]: Taylor Pub. Co., 1976. [354 p.; 28 cm.]
Zabawa, Robert Eugene. “The Transformation Of Farming In Gadsden County, North Florida: A Micro-Level Example Of Macro-Level Phenomenon.” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1984. [332 p.; 29 cm.]