MORGAN, John Tyler, 1824-1907



Courtesy U.S. Senate Historical Office

Extended Bibliography

Anders, James Marvin. “The Senatorial Career of John Tyler Morgan.” Ph.D. dissertation, George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University, 1956.

Baylen, Joseph O. “Senator John Tyler Morgan, E.D. Morel, and the Congo Reform Association.” Alabama Review 15 (April 1962): 117-32.

Baylen, Joseph O., and John Hammond Moore. “Senator John Tyler Morgan and Negro Colonization in the Philippines, 1901-1902.” Phylon (Spring 1968): 65-75.

Burnette, O. Lawrence, Jr. “John Tyler Morgan and Expansionist Sentiment in the New South.” Alabama Review 18 (July 1965): 163-82.

Fry, Joseph A. “An Unlikely ‘Friend’ to Native Americans: John Tyler Morgan and Gilded Age Indian Policy." Hayes Historical Journal 11 (1992): 5-18.

___. “Governor Johnston’s Attempt to Unseat Senator Morgan, 1899-1900.” Alabama Review 38 (October 1985): 243-79.

___. John Tyler Morgan and the Search for Southern Autonomy. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1992.

___. “John Tyler Morgan’s Southern Expansionism.” Diplomatic History 9 (Fall 1985): 329-46.

Radke, August C., Jr. “John Tyler Morgan, An Expansionist Senator, 1877-1907.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington, 1953.

___. “Senator Morgan and the Nicaraguan Canal.” Alabama Review 12 (January 1959): 5-34.

Upchurch, Thomas Adams. “Senator John Tyler Morgan and the Genesis of Jim Crow Ideology, 1889-1891." Alabama Review 57 (April 2004): 110-131.

U.S. Congress. John Tyler Morgan and Edmund Winston Pettus (Late Senators from Alabama). 60th Cong., 1st sess., 1907-1908. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1909.

Watson, Elbert L. “John Tyler Morgan.” In Alabama United States Senators, pp. 82-85. Huntsville, AL: Strode Publishers, 1982.