CANNON, Clarence Andrew, 1879-1964


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Cannon, Clarence. Cannon. [Elsberry, Mo.?: C. Cannon, 195-?]

———. The Cannon book. [N.p.], 1958.

———. Cannon’s Precedents of the House of Representatives of the United States including references to provisions of the Constitution. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1935-41.

———. “Congressional Responsibilities." American Political Science Review 42 (April 1948): 307-16.

———. The Dawson book. [Elsberry? Mo.]: N.p., 1958.

———. History of Elsberry, 1673-1955. [Elsberry, Mo.]: Cannon, [1955?]

———. The Kemper book. [Elsberry? Mo.]: N.p., 1957.

———. The Mayes book. [Elsberry? Mo.]: N.p., 1957.

———. A synopsis of procedure in the House of Representatives. [Washington]: N.p., 1920.

———. The Whiteside book. [Elsberry? Mo.]: N.p., 1957.

———. The Wigginton book. [Elsberry? Mo.]: N.p., 1958.

———. The Wilkinson book. [Elsberry? Mo.]: N.p., 1957.

Fulkerson, William M., Jr. “A Rhetorical Study of the Appropriations Speaking of Clarence Andrew Cannon in the House of Representatives, 1923-1964." Ph.D. diss., Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1970.

Jarvis, Charles A. “Clarence Cannon, the Corn Cob Pipe, and the Hawley-Smoot Tariff." Missouri Historical Review 84 (January 1990): 151-65.

Lilley, Stephen Ray. “The Early Career of Clarence Cannon, 1879-1924." Master’s thesis, Northeast Missouri State University, 1976.

———. “A Minuteman for Years: Clarence Cannon and the Spirit of Volunteerism." Missouri Historical Review 75 (October 1980): 33-50.

Shulse, Michael D. “The History and Development of the Clarence Cannon Dam and Reservoir, 1957-1968." Master’s thesis, Northeast Missouri State University, 1975.

United States. 88th Cong., 2d sess., 1964. Memorial services held in the House of Representatives and Senate of the United States, together with remarks presented in eulogy of Clarence Andrew Cannon, late a Representative from Missouri. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1964.