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Case, V., and R. O. Case. We Called It Culture: The Story of Chautauqua. Manchester, NH: Ayers Company Publishers, 1977.

Chautauqua Institution. http://www.chautauqua-inst.org (accessed December 14, 2001).

Gould, J. E. The Chautauqua Movement: An Episode in the Continuing American Revolution. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1961.

Kostyal, K. M. "An Enduring Tradition." National Geographic Traveler. (May-June 1993): pp. 28–32.

Schurr, Cathleen. "Chautauqua: Yesterday and Today." American History Illustrated (July-August, 1992): pp. 40–47.

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