Teachers can download a PDF teacher guide with tips on using the Juliette Gordon Low Featured Historical Figure pages in the classroom.
Stephen Halliday, “Death And Miasma In Victorian London: An Obstinate Belief,” BMJ: British Medical Journal , Vol. 323, No. 7327 (Dec. 22 – 29, 2001), pp. 1469-1471
Robert L. Usinger, “Yellow Fever from the Viewpoint of Savannah.” The Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 3 (September, 1944), pp. 143-156.
“Yellow Fever”, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, accessed December 15, 2011.
“Joseph Hill White (1859-1953)” New Georgia Encyclopedia.
WWI and the Girl Scouts
Read author Stacy Cordery’s take on Juliette Gordon Low and the Progressive Era
“Women Suffrage.”New Georgia Encyclopedia.
Library of Congress Women Suffrage Teacher Guide
From the GHS Collection:
Main Collection: Juliette Low and the Girl Scouts : the story of an American woman, 1860-1927 / edited by Anne Hyde Choate and Helen Ferris, HS3353.G5 C5; Lady from Savannah: the Life of Juliette Low, by Gladys Denny Schultz and Daisy Gordon Lawrence, HS3353.G5 L88.
Manuscript: Girl Scout Council of Savannah (Ga.) papers, 1921-1969, MS 2000; Girl Scouts of the United States of America, Juliette Low Region VI Geechee Bowl papers, 1949-1950, MS 1315; Juliette Gordon Low letter, 1923 April 17 / Mrs. Juliette Gordon Low, MS 2157; Juliette Gordon Low papers, 1860-1937, MS 318; Walter John Hoxie Papers, 1917-1937, MS 403; Anne Mintz collection of Girl Scouts Troup 1 Records, 1919-1962, MS 2351; Edith Duncan Johnston Paper, 1881-1962, MS 433; Mildred Nix Huie Girl Scout Photograph, circa 1912
Rare: How girls can help their country / adapted from Agnes Baden-Powell and Sir Robert Baden-Powell’s handbook, HS3353.G5 L68 1917; She was a daisy / by Lee Giffen, HS3353.G5 G55 1960
Children and Young Adult Non-Fiction:
First Girl Scout: The Life of Juliette Gordon Low by Ginger Wadsworth
Here Come the Girl Scouts!: The Amazing All-true Story of Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low and Her Great Adventure by Shana Corey
Teen and Adult Non-Fiction:
Juliette Gordon Low: The Remarkable Founder of the Girl Scouts by Stacy A. Cordery
- Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
- Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
- Girl Scouts of the USA Juliette Gordon Low Biography
- Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
- Juliette Gordon Low Biography, New Georgia Encyclopedia
- Georgia Women of Achievement: Inducted 1992
- National Women’s Hall of Fame: Honored 1979
- Author Stacy Cordery’s Blog
- Today in Georgia History
- Georgia Stories: The Birth of the Girl Scouts
- Herbert Hoover Library Exhibit: Lou Henry Hoove, First Lady and Girl Scout