Books

American Sanitary
Engineering, by Edward S. Philbrick (New York:
The Sanitary Engineer, 1881).

American Sewerage
Practice, Volume I: Design of Sewers, by Leonard
Metcalf and Harrison P. Eddy (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.,
1914).

Ancient Cities of the Indus
Valley Civilization, by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, American Institute of
Pakistan Studies (Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 1998).

The Americans; A Social History
of the United States, 1587 – 1914, by Joseph C. Furnas (New York: Putnam,
1969).

History of Sanitation, by John
J. Cosgrove (Pittsburgh: Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Co., 1909).

Main Drainage Works of the City
of Boston, 2nd edition, by Eliot C. Clark (Boston, MA: Rockwell and Churchill,
1885).

Paris Sewers and Sewermen: Realities
and Representations, by Donald Reid (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University
Press, 1991).

San Diego City and County Directory
of 1901, by the San Diego Directory of San Diego, CA.

The Sanitary City: Urban Infrastructure in America from Colonial Times to the Present, by Marty Melosi (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 2000).

The Search for the Ultimate
Sink: Urban Pollution in Historical Perspective, by Joel A. Tarr (Akron,
Ohio: University of Akron Press,
1996).

Sewage Disposal, by George W.
Fuller (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1912).

Sewer Design, by Henry N. Ogden
(London: John Wiley and Sons, 1899).

Sewerage and Land Drainage,
by George E. Waring, Jr. (London: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1889).

Sewerage: The Designing, Construction,
and Maintenance of Sewerage Systems, 6th edition, by H. Prescott Folwell
(New York: John Wiley
and Sons, 1911).

Sewering the Cities, by Barbara
Gutmann Rosenkrantz, Ed. (New York: Arno Press, 1977).

Small Town America: A Narrative
History, 1620-Present, by Richard Lingeman (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin
Co., 1981).

The Vanishing American Outhouse, by Ronald
S. Barlow (El Cajon, CA: Windmill Publishing Co., 1992).

The Water Closet, by Roy Palmer (Newton
Abbot, Devon: David and Charles Limited, 1973).

The World Beneath the City,
by Robert Daley (Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott Co.,1959).

Articles, Papers, and Internet Sites

“A Glimpse into
London’s Early Sewers” (Parts
I, II and III) by Mary Gayman, reprinted fromThe
Cleaner at
Swopnet
Sewer History
.

“Historic Review of the Development of Sanitary Engineering in
the United States during the Past One Hundred and Fifty Years: A Symposium,” Transactions
of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol 92 (1928), pp. 1207-1324.

“Indus Valley, Inc.,” Discover,
December 1998, pp. 67-71.

“Report of the Results of an Examination Made in
1880 of Several Sewerage Works in Europe,” by Rudolph Hering, Annual
Report of the National Board of Health 1881 (Washington: Government
Printing Office, 1882), pp. 99-223; reprinted in Sewering
the Cities, by Barbara Gutmann Rosenkrantz, Ed. (New York: Arno Press, 1977).

“Sewerage and Drainage of Towns,” by
Harrison P. Eddy, Transactions of the American
Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 92 (1928), pp.
1225-1239.

“Sewerage Work; A Twenty-five Years’ Review,” by
Rudolph Hering, The Engineering Record, Vol.
47, No. 1 (1903), pp. 21-24.

“Sewerage Work; A Twenty-five Years’ Review,” by
Rudolph Hering, The Engineering Record, Vol.
47, No. 1 (1903), pp. 21-24.

“Sewers: Ancient and Modern; with an Appendix,” by
Cyrenus Wheeler, Jr. (Mayor of Auburn, New York.), a paper read
before the Cayuga
County Historical Society on December 14, 1886. From the Collections
of the Cayuga County Historical Society, 5 (1887).

“The Toilet,” by Margaret
Mahy, MUSE Magazine, Volume 3, Number 5 (May/June 1999).