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RURAL POVERTY & RURAL HOUSING: A Bibliography
Nan C. Burg, Librarian
Pennsylvania Department Of Community Affairs
Mrs. Mary Vance, Editor
Post Office Box 229
Monticello, Illinois 61856
COUNCIL OF PLANNING LIBRARIANS
Exchange Bibliography #2i;7
RURAL HOUSING AND RURAL POVERTY
A selected bibliography by
Nan C. Burg, Librarian,
Pennsylvania Department of
Community Affairs Library
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Rural Housing - Books & Pamphlets
Rural Housing - Periodical References
Rural Poverty - Books & Pamphlets
Rural Poverty - Periodical References
Rural Housing St Rural Poverty -
Continuing Reference Sources
The following bibliography tries to be relatively comprehen-
sive on current rural housing problems and suggested solutions,
with a few older references for historical basis of the problem.
Rural poverty references, on the other hand, are skeletal at
best. There is an attempt to indicate the scope of the problem
and some suggested solutions, any facet of which could be and has
been the subject of extensive research. Comprehensive bibliograph-
ical work would have to cover, in addition to the general area of
rural poverty (both historical and current, here and abroad),
regional references and in-depth coverage on minority groups liv-
ing in rural poverty: the young, the aged, the handicapped, the
migratory worker, and special racial groups. There is also a
growing recognition of the importance to the urban crisis picture
of the migration of the rural poor to the cities - where they
usually become the urban poor. One suggested solution indicates
another avenue of investigation: the possibility of relocating
some of the rural poor in 'new towns 'j others involve physical
reclamation of 'spoiled' lands and better planning for future
'land use', both environmental and economic.
After many years of almost imperceptible progress by both
public and private agencies in aiding the rural poor, many govern-
ment agencies are beginning to stress the need for new approaches
and action now. There may be many more reports and guidelines
on this subject in the near future.
2. CPL Exchange Bibliography #2U7
RURAL HOUSING - BOOKS & PAMPHLETS
Anderson, L.O. Low-cost wood homes for rural America - c o nstruc -
tion manual . Handbook #36U. (D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,
Forest Service, 1969).
Appalachian Regional Commission. Housing . Staff report ffl.
(D.C.: January, 1968).
Bennett, Fay. Condition of farm workers and small farmers in
1969: a report . (N.Y. : National Board of National Share-
croppers' Fund, 1969).
Beyer, Glenn H. Housing and society . (N.Y.: Macmillan, 1965).
and J. Hugh Rose. Farm housing. (N.Y.: Wiley and
Bird, Ronald and Lucia Beverly. Status of rural housing in the
U.S . AER Report #H|lu (D.cTi U.S. Dept. or Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, 1968).
Colorado Department of Health. Migrant farm labor housing .
Economic Development Council of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Rapid
housing for Northeastern Pennsylvani a. (Avoca, Pa.: 1971) .
Freeman, Robert E. Rural housing; trends and prospects . AER
Report #193. (D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic
Research Service, 1970).
Fuguitt, Glenn V. "Some characteristics of villages in rural
America," in Rural Poverty in the United States , a report by
the President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty.
(D.C.: May 1968).
Gray, George Herbert. Housing and citizenship... a study of low -
cost housing . (N.yTI Reinhold, 19U&).
Greene, Herbert. Proposal for a research project for housing
rehabilitatio n in Eastern Kentucky . (Lexington; University
of Kentucky, School of Architecture, I960).
Hamlin, Edmund T. Financing of rural nonf arm housing in the Unit -
ed States . (D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic
Herr, Uilliam KcD. "Credit and farm poverty," in Rural poverty in
the United States , a report by the President's National Ad-
visory Commission on Rural Poverty. (D.C.: May 1968).
Housing Act of 19U9 , as amended. P.L. 171, 61st Congress, 63 Stat.
U32j k2 USC 11*71 et seq. Title V - Farm Housing .
3. CPL Exchange Bibliography #2h7
Hurst, Robert L. Rural housing in t he No rtheastern Coastal Plains
area of South C arolina . AES Report #163. (D.C.: U.S. Dept." of
Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 1969) .
Kentucky. Lexington-Fayette City-County Planning Commission.
1971 Housing report for Le:-ir.gton and Fayette County, Kentucky .
2 parts. (Lexington: 197l) .
League of Women Voters of the U.S. T he ill -housed . Report pre-
pared by Urban America, Inc. (D.C.s n.d.).
Lustig, Morton and Janet S. Reiner. "Local government and poverty
in rural areas," in Rural poverty in the United States , a
report by the President's National Advisory Commission on
Rural Poverty. (D.C.: May 1968) .
Margolis, Richard J. Al l their day s, all their nights. Notes on
rural America . (D.C.: Rural Housing Alliance, 1969).
. and Clay Cochran. If I had a hammer. (D.C.: Rural
Housing Alliance, n.d.)
. The rural housing famine . (D.C.: Rural Housing
Alii anc e } n.d.).
. Something to build on; the future of self-help housing
in the struggle against poverty . (D.C.: International Self-
Help Housing Association and American Friends Service Committee,
National Rural Housing Conference. People have a right . (Warren-
ton, Va.: June 1969).
National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc. From sharecroppers shacks... to
homes of their own . (N.Y.: n~.d.) .
Office of Economic Opportunity. 0E0 funded hous i ng program s. Ten
housing development corporations; four housing opportunity
programs] four tenant management corporations. Prepared for
0E0 by National Urban Coalition, Non-Profit Housing Center.
3 Vol. (D.C.: n.d.).
Oregon University. Bureau Governmental Research and Service.
Housing for low and moderate income families: needs, programs ,
and developments . (Eugene: n.d. ) .
O'Reilly, Charles. Locked in poverty . (Madison: University of
Wisconsin, School of Social Work, 1967).
Parker, W. Russel (et al). Family housing for migrant agricultural
workers . (D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare,
Public Health Service, 1967).
U. CPL Exchange Bibliography #2U7
Pavlick, Anthony L. and Robert I. Coltrane. Quality of rural and
urban housing in the Appalachian Region . ASR Report #52.
(D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service,
Pennsylvania. Governor's Housing Task Force. Better Housing; a
social priority for Pennsylvania . (Harrisburg: 1969) .
President's Task Force on Low-Income Housing. Toward better
housing for low-income families . (D.C.: 1970) .
Rainwater, Lee. "Social and cultural problems of migrants to
cities," in Rural poverty in the United States , a report by
the President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty.
(D.C.: Kay 1968).
Reno, Lee P. Pieces and scraps: farm labor housing in the U.S.
(D.C.: Rural Housing Alliance, n.d.) .
Rural Housing Alliance. Common questions and answers on self-help
housing . 9th Editioru (D.C.: March 1971) .
. Cooperative housing through the Farmers Home Associa -
tion . (D.C.: n.d.).
. Guide to FmHA Regulations , (ibid) .
. House that VISTA built , (ibid) .
. Low-income housing programs for rural America , (ibid).
. Self-help housing , (pamphlet) (D.C.: n.d.).
. Self-help housing handbook . 2 Vol. (B.C.: 1971).
. Some tiling important. (B.C.: n.d.).
Studies in bad housing in America: Indiana County,
Pa. Study done by VISTA Volunteers . (ibid) .
. Tvhat is Rural Housing Alliance? (ibid) .
Simons, J.W. (et al) . Housing for migrant agricultural workers .
Agricultural Handbook #383. (B.C.: U.S. Bept. of Agriculture,
Agricultural Research Service, 1970) .
Solberg, Erling B. The why and how of rural zoning . Agricultural
Economic Report #196. (B.C.: U.S. Bept. of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, Rev. 1967).
5. CPL Exchange Bibliography #21+7
Spurlock, Hughes H. Rural housing conditions in the Arkans as,
Missouri and Oklahom a Os arks. Bulletin #736- (Fayetteville :
Arkansas University, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1968).
. Rural housing quality in the Ozark Region as related
to characteristics of housing units and occupants, 1966 .
Taggart, Robert, III. Low-in c ome housing; a critique of federal
aid . (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1970).
United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Rural
housingj a review of world conditions . (N.Y.: 1969) •
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.
Rural housing; trends and prospects . Agricultural Economic
Report £193. (D.C.; September 1970) .
. Rural housing in the Northeastern Coastal Plain Area
of South Carolina . AER Report #163- (D.C.; 1969) •
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers Home Administration. Home
ownership; a rural credit program . Pamphlet PA977. (D.C.:
. Outline of rural housing program . (D.C.: February
. R ural housing loans . Revised. (D.C.: September
_. This is FHA. Pamphlet PA973. (D.C.: June 1971).
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Rural Community Development Ser-
vice . Legislative summary of federal programs to assist rural
America" Annual publication, (D.C.).
U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Social and Re-
habilitation Service. A right to a decent home. Housing
improvement initiatives for public v:elfare agencies . (D.C.:
U.S. Department of Housing ."> Urban Development. Appalach ian
housing assistance . HUD Handbook Utl5.3. (D.C.: 19613) .
. Rosebud Indian Reservation. Report on the transition -
al housing experiment . (D.cT: 1968) .
. Urban planning in rural America . (D.C.: 1968) .
U.S. Department of Labor. Manpower report of the President . Annual
University of California. National Housing and Development Law
Project, Earl Warren Legal Institute. Handbook on housing law ,
Vol. I. (Snglewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice -Hall, 197077"
6. CPL Exchange Bibliography #2ltf
RURAL HOUSING - PERIODICAL REFERENCES
.American Builder . 'TJho really gives a damn about housing? Not the
rural areas - everyone's leaving them." November 1568.
(Centennial issue) .
American Count y Gov ernment . "Urban and rural America: policies
for future growth. January 196°.
Apartment Construction News . "Module producer finds a place in
housing-hungry rural South." May 1971.
Appelachia . "Deposits of Virginia state funds stimulate housing
in Appalachian counties." July 1971.
. "Local housing organizations provide needed homes."
, "New towns in Appalachia." October 1967.
Automation in Ho usin g. "Good things are happening down on the
Reservation." "(Self -help Housing), July/vlugust 1971.
Bertsch, Howard. "Older people's rural housing story." Aging,
Cochran, Clay. "Our rural scandal: two-thirds of the nation's
bad housing is out there." South Today , March 1971.
. "The scandal of rural housing." Architectural Forum ,
Current Digest of the Soviet Press . "IJhat kind of rural housing
is best? - A discussion." January 17, 1968.
House and Home . "Here's a new approach to housing the rural poor."
Journal of Home Building . "The Corinth story: Regional Housing
Authority is new force." (Tennessee Valley Regional Housing
Authority), National Assn. of Home Builders. January 1971.
"Regional housing authority is new force (Tennessee
Valley Regional lousing Authority)." National Assn. of
Home Builders. January 1971.
Journal of Housing . "Rural self-help, housing project with urban
possibilities." May 1969.
'63 Indian tribes set up authorities, plan public
housing." April 196);.
7. CPL Exchange Eibliography #2l±7
Kell, Jeffrey J. "Rural home repair in Eastern Kentucky." Welfare
in Review , July/August 1970.
Lindsay, Leon W. "Self-help: an Alabama community starts to build
houses." South Today , March 1971.
Margolis, Richard J. "The rural housing famine." New Leader ,
November 2, 1970.
Maryland Dept. State Planning N ewsletter . "Pilot housing improve-
ment program." June/July 1971.
Iloravitz, Francis S. "Appalachian states form housing corporations:
North Carolina's proposal." Appalachia , Hay 1969.
Fearscn, John E. "Significance of urban housing in rural-urban
migration." Land Economics , August 1963.
Penney, P.L. "Low-cost housing for Indians." Christian Science
Monitor , May 22, 1970.
Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs Reports . "Rural pov-
erty hearings." September 1971.
Popular Government . "Costs of poor housing in rural North Caro-
lina." November 1967.
Ragatz, R.L. "Vacation housing: a missing component in urban and
regional theory." Land Economics , May 1970.
Sherrill, Robert. "The black humor of housing." The Nation ,
March 29, 1971.
South Today . "Four million bad homes." May 1971.
. "Self-help." May 1971.
Stafford, Samuel. "Toward catching up on housing." Government
Executive , September 1971. In special section: The new
Texas Law Review . "Housing of migrant agricultural workers."
16:933, July 1968.
Thaler, David. "You can make money in loxj-income rural housing."
House and Home , June 1970.
Troy, Robert. "An evaluation: Self-help projects have special
virtues and pains." South Today , March 1971.
. and Gary Elwell. "Slum lords: \relfare departments
require poor to sign away property." South '.Today , July/August
Willamette Law Journal . "Laws and legislation providing for the
housing of migrant agricultural x^iorkers." 6:11, March 1970.
Winn, William. "Red tape: FmllA. is more sensitive to Congress
than to poor." South Today , May 1971.
8. CPL Exchange Bibliography #2l*7
RURAL POVERTY - BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. Intergovern -
mental relations in the poverty program . Report A-25. (D.C:
. Urban and rural America: policies for future growth .
Report A^32T (D.C.: 1968).
Akin, Joy. Feasibility and actuality of modern new teams for the
poor in the U.S . Exchange Bibliography #167. (Monticello,
111.: Council of Planning Librarians, December 1570).
Appalachian Regional Commission. Annual reports . 1566+ (D.C.).
. Appalachia: a report by the President's Appalachian
Regional Commission. (D.C.: 196h) •
Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1565* as amended. Public
Law H9-hi 75 Stat. 5 (1565).
Bachmura, F.T. and J.H. Southern. Economic bases and potential of
rural communities . (D.C.s National Committee for Children
Baldwin, Sidney. Poverty and politics 5 the rise and decline of
the Farm Security Administration. (Chapel Hills North
Carolina University Press, 196b).
Baughman, E. Earl and W. Grant Dahlstrom. Negro and white children ;
a psychological study in the rural South . (N.Y.; Ac ademy
Baum, E.L. (et al) . Economic factors influencing educational
attainments and aspirations of farm youth . (D.C : U.S. Dept.
of Agriculture, 1563).
Belser, Karl J. "Planning and zoning in rural areas," in Planning
1553 . (Chicago: American Society of Planning Officials, 1953) .
Bennett, Fay. Condition of farm workers and small farmers in 1969 ;
a report . (II. Y. : National Board of the National Sharecroppers
. The rural poor . (N.Y. : National Sharecroppers Fund,
Benson, Robert S. and Harold Wolman. Counterbudget: a blueprint
for changing national priorities, 1571-1576 . National Urban
Coalition. (N.Y.: Praeger, 1571).
Berry, Brian. Strategies, models and economic theories of develop -
ment in rural regions . AER Report #127. (D.C: U.S. Dept.
of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 1567).
9. CPL Exchange Bibliography #2l*7
Bird, Alan R. Po verty in rural areas of the United States . AER
Report #63. (D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Re-
search Service, 196U).
. and John L. McCoy. White .Americans in rural poverty .
AER Report #12li.. (D.C. : U.S. Depb. of Agriculture, Economic
Boxley, Robert F., Jr. I/hite and no n white owners of rural land in
the Southeast . 3R? L ~;?2"35T (d"7c7: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, 1965) •
Burchinal, Lee G., editor. Rural youth in crisis; facts, myths
and social change . (D.C. 2 U.S. Dept. of Health, Education
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Carroll, William K. and Robert G. Wingard. Urban planning in rural
America . (D.C: U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development,
Caudill, Harry M. Night comes to the Cunberlands . (Boston: Little,
"Reflections on poverty in America," in New p erspec-
tives on povert y, edited by Arthur B. Shostak and William
Gomberg. (Engiewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, Inc.).
Cavanaugh, Alan. Planning and admi nistration of leadership train -
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Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Rural poverty and region -
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Choate, Pat. "A case for accelerated economic development in our
time," in Planning, 1969 . (Chicago: American Society Plan-
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community action programs . (N.Y.: Harper & Row, 1969).
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in Fighting poverty: perspectives from experience , edited by
J. Sundquist. (N.Y. : Basic Books, 1969).
. Uprooted children: the early life of migrant farm
workers . (N.Y. : Harper & Row, 1970) .
Coltrane, R.I. and S.L. Baum. An economic survey of the Appalach -
ian Region. AER Report #6^i (D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agricul-
ture, Economic Research Service, 1965).
10. CPL Exchange Bibliography #21*7
Community Services of Pennsylvania. Poverty in Pennsylvania .
(Harrisburg: August 1968).
Dentler, Robert A. Major American social problems . (Chicago:
Rand McNally, 1967) .
Deutscher and Thompson , editors. Among the people . (N.Y. : Basic
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plantation community based on the words of its citizens .
(Atlanta; Southern Regional Council, 1969).
Economic Opportunity Act of 196U , as amended. P.L. 88-^52, 78 Stat.
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Educational Systems Corporation. 0S0 programs for migrant seasonal
farm workers . (D.C.: 1969).
Farm Credit Act of 1971 . U.S. Bill S-IU83. 92nd Congress, 1st
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al practices of elderly citizens in rural Pennsylvania .
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11. CPL Exchange Bibliography #21*7
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III. CPL Exchange Bibliography #21*7
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IS. CFL Exchange Bibliography #2l|7
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