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- "The City and the Church: Catholic Beginnings in Newark, 1840-1870,"
- Raymond M. Ralph. New Jersey History 96(3/4), 1978, 105-118.
- In the mid-19th century Catholics, primarily Irish and German immigrants, constituted one of Newark's largest religious groups. Available?
- "Measuring Ethnic Clustering and Exposure with the Q Statistic: An Exploratory Analysis of Irish, Germans, and Yankees in 1880 Newark"
- Antonio Paez et al. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102(1), January 2012, 84-102. Rutgers-restricted Access
- The Irish in Newark and New Jersey: Exhibition at the Newark Public Library
- Exhibition catalog. Includes an essay by Dermot Quinn on the Irish in Newark and New Jersey prepared for the exhibit held at the Newark Public Library March 14-May 19, 2007, and the exhibit bibliography.
- Interviews conducted in October 1939 in Newark. From America, the Dream of My Life: Selections From the Federal Writers' Project's New Jersey Ethnic Survey. David Steven Cohen, ed., New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press, 1990, pp. 31-53. Available?
- An Irish Immigrant Living in Newark
- Brief 1939 interview with a 63 year old Irish woman who came to Newark as a child.
- "Irish Immigrants Suffered Before They Ruled in the City"
- Charles F. Cummings. Newark Star-Ledger, October 19, 2000.
- McGovern's: A Newark Legend.
- Victor Dupras. Tinton Falls, N.J., Alliance Publishing, 2005. Available?
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