Anaya, R. (2012). Hispanic on Route 66. In David King (Ed.). A Route 66 Companion.

Arthur, K. (2005). Route 66: Iconography of the American Highway. Santa Fe, NM: Center for American Places.

Burns, R. (2020). Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America. (PBS).

Candacy, T. (2020). Chapter 8: The Roots of Route 66. In Overground Railroad: The Green Book and the roots of Black travel in America. New York: Abrams. 

Dedek, P. (2007). Hip to the Trip: A Cultural History of Route 66. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico.

Dunaway, D. (2021). Hispanic on Route 66. New York, USA. Dunaway, D. K. (2010). A Route 66 Companion. Austin: University of Texas.                                

Dunaway, D. K. and Mandrogoc, S. (2022). A Bibliography of Route 66. Santa Fe: National Park Service.

Dunaway, D. K. and Mandrogoc, S. (2021). A History of Route 66. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia in American History. New York: Oxford University.     

Dunaway, D. (2014). Across the Tracks: A Route 66 Story. Albuquerque: Department of English, University of New Mexico..

Dunaway, D. K. & Baum, W.K. (1992). Oral History: An Interdisciplinary Anthology (AASLH Book Series) (2nd Ed.). New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

Evans, S. & McAllister, G. (2020). Flagstaff, Route 66, and the Greenbook.         

Friederici, P., et al. What Has Passed and What Remains: Oral Histories of Northern Arizona’s Changing Landscapes (U of AZ Press: 2016).

Guthrie, R. A. (2013). The Historic Southside Mural Project: Pedagogical Art & Community Empowerment. The International Journal of Social, Political, and Community Agendas in the Arts, 7(2), 85-99.

Hangan, M. (2021). Her Story: Meet Margaret Hangan.

Learning for Justice. (2021). Reading against the grain teacher page.

Neumann, D. (2013). Against the grain: Teaching historical complexity. Social Education 77(6), 310–313.                                                      

Northern Arizona Pioneers’ Historical Society (1993). City of Flagstaff Southside and Old Town: historical building survey.

Reid, J. (2014). The great migration in northern Arizona: Southern Blacks move to Flagstaff 1940– 1960. The Journal of Arizona History, 55 (4), 469-498.

Rosinbum, J. (2018). Decolonizing the U.S. History Survey: Integrating Native Voices and Experiences through Digital History. directories/perspectives-on-history/summer-2018/decolonizing-the-us-history-survey- integrating-native-voices-and-experiences-throgh-digital-history.

Rosinbum, J. (2017). Teaching with digital archives. AHA TODA

Route 66 travel through indigenous lands. (2022).

Route 66: Sharing our history Latino oral histories and pictures. (n.d.)

Sanchez, J. P. & Sanchez-Chavez, A. (2017). Historic Route 66: a New Mexican Cross roads Snell, L. H. (2016). American Indians and Route 66. Albuquerque: American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association.

Sorin, G. (2020). Driving while Black: African American travel and the road to civil rights. New York: Liveright.

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Digital Resources

Below are examples of digital resources that teachers will be engaging.

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