Constance Curry '55 - A Selected Bibliography
Books and Videos by the Author
Aaron Henry: the fire ever burning, by Aaron Henry & Constance Curry. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2000.
Deep in our hearts: nine white women in the Freedom Movement, by Constance Curry. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2000. HIS 351 (Reserve-2 hour loan)
The great gamble: study of the wartime policy of President Franklin Roosevelt toward the Soviet Union. Decatur, Ga.: Agnes Scott College, 1955. Ind/His/1955/Curry (Ind Study - 1st Floor)
The intolerable burden [videorecording]/directed by Chea Prince; produced by Constance Curry. Brooklyn, NY: First Run/Icarus Films, 2002. Video Tape 1656
Mississippi harmony: memoirs of a freedom fighter, by Winson Hudson & Curry Constance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
R.S.O. convocation, by Constance Curry. Decatur, GA: Agnes Scott College, 1996. Video Tape 721 (McCain Library Archives)
Silver rights, by Constance Curry. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1995. F347.S9 C87
Articles and Book Reviews
Curry, Constance. Silver rights: One family’s struggle for justice in America.
Virginia Quarterly Review. 1992 68(1): 24-34 Full text
K'Meyer, Tracy E. The Intolerable Burden. Oral History Review. Winter/ Spring 2004 31(1): 71 Full text
Greene, Christina (Reviewer). Silver Rights by Constance Curry. Journal of Southern History. 1998 64(4): 783-785. Full text
Miller, Keith D. (Reviewer). Silver Rights by Constance Curry. Georgia Historical Quarterly. 1996 80(2): 439-440.
Sullivan, Patricia. In the Shadow of Jim Crow: The Intolerable Burden.OAH Magazine of History. Jan 2004, Vol. 18(2): 57 Full text
Tryman, Mfanya Donald (Reviewer). Silver Rights by Constance Curry. Journal of Mississippi History. 1997 59(2): 167-169.