Publications by Richard Parker Morgan:

 

1.      A Preliminary Bibliography of South Carolina Imprints, 1731-1800. Clemson, South Carolina: Clemson University, [1965].

 

2.      William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, Volumes 1-27, BiblioCard Series. 1970. Editor and Publisher. Biblio-Card Company, Mentor, Ohio. Bibliographical citations printed on 3 x 5 file cards for articles and books reviewed. Over 6,000 citations (articles-1,250 and books-4,800).

 

3.      BiblioCards Series: Subjects. 1971-1972. Editor and Publisher. Afro-American History (Advisor: Robert A. Corrigan, University of Iowa), Diplomatic History (Advisor: Robert H. Ferrell, Indiana University), Economic and Business History (Advisor: C. Joseph Pusateri, John Carroll University), Indian History (Advisor: Donald J. Berthrong, Purdue University), Education History (Advisor: Frederick M. Binder, City College of New York), Labor History (Advisor: Henry F. Bedford, Phillips Exeter Academy), Urban History (Advisor: Thomas F. Campbell, Cleveland State University), and General American History (Richard P. Morgan, Editor). Published quarterly.

 

4.      American History and Culture. Current Awareness Bibliography Series (Core Information Series). Volume I-II: January 1974-December 1975. Mentor Information Resources Company, Mentor, Ohio. Covered articles, books, conferences and dissertations. Editor and Publisher. Published quarterly.

 

5.      Psychology. Core Information Series. Volume I: January-December 1975. Covered articles, books, cataloguing in publication, conferences and dissertations. Editor and Publisher. Mentor Information Resources Company, Mentor, Ohio. Published quarterly.

 

6.      South Carolina Imprints, 1731-1800: A Descriptive Bibliography. Christopher Gould and Richard Parker Morgan. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio Information Services, [1985]. Forward by Marcus A. McCorison.

 

7.      Barometer of the Revolution: The South Carolina Gazette, 1764-1775,” Southern Studies, XXII(Winter 1983), [407]- 416. Authorship in publication is Christopher Gould. On original authorship Southern Studies wrote in the issue of XXVI(Fall and Winter, 1987), p. [313]: “Editorial Note. It is the policy of Southern Studies to publish only original articles and assumes that such is the case with all contributions accepted for publication. Southern Studies published an article titled “Barometer of the Revolution: The South Carolina Gazette, 1764-1775,” in Vol. 22, No. 4 (Winter, 1783) by Christopher Gould. The editorial board of Southern Studies has since learned that the article, with some additions and editing, is in substance and wording similar to an unpublished seminar paper of the same title written by Richard P. Morgan. The editorial board of Southern Studies wishes to thank Mr. Morgan for bringing this matter to its attention. The board apologizes to Mr. Morgan and hereby recognizes his authorship.”

 

8. “The South Carolina and Continental Associations: Prelude to Revolution,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, 87(January 1986), 30-48. Authorship in publication is Christopher Gould. On original authorship the South Carolina Historical Magazine wrote in the issue 89(April 1988), p. 128: “An Explanatory Note on Editorial Policy. The Editorial Board of this Magazine makes every effort to see that only original and documented articles are published in the Magazine. It has to rely on the Magazine’s contributors when ascribing authorship of articles. Recently, Dr. Christopher Gould sent us an essay entitled, “The South Carolina and Continental Associations: Prelude to Revolution,” which we published in somewhat edited form in the January 1986 issue of the Magazine. Since then, we have learned that Dr. Gould apparently drew heavily on an unpublished seminar paper by Mr. Richard Morgan in preparing his submission. Whole paragraphs are almost word-for-word the same as in the earlier paper. The obvious inference, therefore, is that the published essay is substantially the work of Mr. Morgan, not of Dr. Gould, who claimed it as his own.”

 

9.      Morgan Bibliography of Ohio Imprints, 1796-1850. On-line database of Ohio imprints which describes books, pamphlets, and broadsides printed in Ohio, from the earliest in 1796 through 1850. Total 10,132 imprints.  Morgan Bibliography of Ohio Imprints, 1796-1850

 

10.        Ohio Name and Institution Index, 1796-1850. This index includes over 145,000 entries on personal names and institutions listed in publications printed in Ohio from 1796 through 1850. At the present time, school catalogues and city directories make up the majority of the titles indexed but also includes many individual titles. Ohio Name Index, 1796-1850

 

11.        Student Name Index to 19001850. This index includes over 250,000 entries on students, faculty and trustees listed in the school catalogues of the collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. Student Name Index to 1900

 

 

 

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