Elizabeth Brooks, Prominent Women of Texas (Akron, Ohio: Werner, 1896). Confederate Veteran, July 1900, March 1903. Dallas Weekly Herald, May 29, 1875. S. W. Geiser, "Men of Science in Texas, 1820–1880," Field and Laboratory 26–27 (July-October 1958-October 1959). Ida Raymond, Southland Writers: Biographical and Critical Sketches of the Living Female Writers of the South (2 vols., Philadelphia: Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger, 1870). R. A. Studhalter, "Mrs. Young's Familiar Lessons in Botany," Texas Technological College Bulletin 7 (December 1931). Vertical Files; Maud J. Young Papers (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin).
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