NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES UP TO 1983

From Olney, D. ed. (1983). A Bibliography of the Hmong (Miao): Southeast Asian Refugee Studies, Occasional
Papers. Southeast Asian Refugee Studies Project, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1983

Bowers, R. (1983). Families Making It at Fort Smith: “Land of Opportunity” Attractive to Hmong. Southwest Times
Record, Fort Smith, Arkansas, March 23, 1983: 1.

Braataas, A. (1983). Hmong Give Wary Aid to Sleep Death Study. St. Paul Sunday Pioneer Press, March 20, 1983:
1A.

Connors, J. (1983). A Shooting, A Murder, A Death in a Dream: The Hmong Confront the Bitterness of Their Exile.
City Pages, The Weekly Newspaper of the Twin Cities, March 2, 1983: 1ff.

Hoose, S. (1983). Older Hmongs in a Raw Deal. City Pages, The Weekly Newspaper of the Twin Cities, January 26,
1983: 8.

Lutz, D. (1983). Both Sides Traverse Culture Gap Between Hmong, Hospitals. Minneapolis Star and Tribune February
13, 1983: 2F.

Mc Auliffe, B. (1983). Despite Homer Opposition, Priest Clings to Hmong Plan. Minneapolis Tribune February 14,
1983: 2B.

Morin, S. (1983). Troubled Refugees: Many Hmong, Puzzled by Life in the U.S., Yearn for Old Days in Laos. Wall
Street Journal, Feb. 16, 1983: 1.

Southwest Times Record (1983). Lifestyles, Museum Exhibits Work of Hmong. Southwest Times Record, March 14,
1983: 6-A.

1982

Anthony, M. (1982). Indochinese Bands Present Evening of ‘Refugee Rock’. Minneapolis Tribune March 15, 1982: 7B.

Bayless, D.H. (1982). The Hmong: A Life of Flight. Minnesota Daily April 7, 1982: 9-11.

(1982). St. Paul Hmong: New Struggles in a New Country. Encounters April, 1982: 10.

Dawson, A. (1982). Shockwaves Caused by Voice from the Past. Bangkok Post, Sept. 1, 1982.

De Zutter, H. (1982). Studying the Jungle, A Community of Cultures. The Chicago Reader April 2, 1982: 3.

Dienhart, P. (1982). Project Helps Hmong Refugees Become Commercial Gardeners. Report, University of Minnesota
Sept. 1982: 1.

Fletcher, E. (1982). Keep Language Alive is Hmong Scholars’ Goal. St. Paul Pioneer Press Aug. 16, 1982.

Hammond, R. (1982). Needlework: A Common Bond Between Two Cultures. Minneapolis Tribune January 30, 1982:
3B.

Highland Villager (1982). Future of Hmong Written Language to be Decided at 3-Day Conference. The Highland
Villagers, St. Paul. July 28, 1982: 1.

Hillbery, R. (1982). U Food Program Reaches Community. Minnesota Daily July 16, 1982.

Hoffman, B. (1982). Asian Refugee Adjustment Studied. CLA Newsletter, University of Minnesota 4(2): 5.

Johnson, S. (1982). Minneapolis Gallery Preserves Traditional Hmong Art. Minnesota Daily, Nov. 5, 1982: 9.

Kaluza, P. (1982). The Hmong People: Then and Now. The Alley: The Phillips Neighborhood Newspaper, Minneapolis,
January 1982: 3.

Kimball, J. (1982). Exhibit Reveals Fabric of Hmong Life. Minneapolis Star and Tribuen April 30, 1982: 4B.

Langley, A. (1982). Asians Struggle for Fair Renters’ Share. Minnesota Daily March 10, 1982: 1.

Markoutsas, E. (1982). A Proud People Carry on Folk Art of the Life That Was. Chicago Tribune Dec. 12, 1982,
Section 13: 1.

Mc Auliffe, B. (1982). East and West Meet in Gardens on Hiawatha Avenue. Minneapolis Star and Tribune,
Community, Oct. 21, 1982: 1.

Minneapolis Star and Tribune (1982). Another Hardship for Minnesota’s Refugees - Editorial. Minneapolis Star and
Tribune May 18, 1982: 10A.

Minneapolis Star and Tribune (1982). Opium Found in St. Paul: Woman Held. Minneapolis Star and Tribune May 18,
1982: 10A.

Minnesota Daily. (1982). 61 Year Old Woman Admits to Possessing Opium. Minnesota Daily Nov. 3, 1982: 2.

Nelson, J. (1982). Dispute May Force Family Out of Home. Minnesota Daily Feb. 16, 1982: 1.

Newland, S. (1982). Several Hundred Refugees to Lose Welfare Aid. Minneapolis Star and Tribune April 30, 1982: 1C.

Papa, M.B. (1982). Waking up to the American Dream. Twin Cities Magazine, May 1982: 52ff.

Parsons, J. (1982). Couple Tours U.S. to Remind Americans of Situation in Laos. Minneapolis Star-Tribune March 15,
1982: 7C.

Ragsdale, J. (1982). Hmong Struggle to Survive in U.S. Business World. Minneapolis Star and Tribune Aug. 3, 1982:
5C.

Ringham, M. (1982). Hmong and Yao: Endangered Tribes and Their Surviving Arts. Encounters April 1982: 5-7.

Scanner (1982). Bridging the Gap. The Surveyor (Minneapolis) March 1982: 1.

Science Museum of Minnesota (1982). Interview with Jane Hamilton-Merritt. Encounters April 1982: 8-9.

1981

(1981). Refugee’s Hope-- Minnesota Concern. Minneapolis Star May 7, 1981:1ff.

(1981). Doctors Probe Baffling Deaths. Minneapolis Tribune August 3, 1981.

(1981). Manmade Chemical Found on Foliage in Laos. Minneapolis Tribune Dec. 21, 1981: 12A.

Bauman, M. (1981). From War to Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Journal Insight Magazine June 28, 1981: 6-15.

Bissinger, H.G. (1981). More Cities Report Death Syndrome. St. Paul Pioneer Press Feb. 6, 1981: 1ff.

Command, J. (1981). Local Hmong Women Form Support, Educational Group. Minnesota Daily March 11, 1981: 8.

Cumming, D. (1981). Hmong Being Decimated for Aiding U.S. Providence Journal Sept. 14, 1981: A-3.

Dillon, S. (1981). Hmong Literature Flourishes Here. Saint Paul Sunday Pioneer Press Sept. 27, 1981: 1M.

Flanagan, B. (1981). Stitch Joins East with Vest. Minneapolis Star.

Foley, E. (1981). Bridging the Culture Gap: Laotians have Friend at Hiawatha YMCA. Minneapolis Star August 20,
1981:Sec 4, 3.

Fredeen, C. (1981). Panel Discusses Harassment Directed Against Hmong. Minnesota Daily May 14, 1981.

Green, S. (1981). Refugees Learn to Shop in a Supermarket. Burlington Free Press April 22, 1981:1B.

Hamilton-Merritt, J. (1981): A Bittersweet New Year for the H’mong. Bangkok Post January 25, 1981.

Hamilton-Merritt, J. (1981). The H’mong: A Turbulent Past, A Dim Future. Bangkok Post February 8, 1981.

Hamilton-Merritt, J. (1981). Gassed: H’mong Tell of “Rain of Death.” Bangkok Post February 15, 1981.

Hulcher, D. (1981). For Some a New Life, For Others Death, at Refugee Camp. Minneapolis Tribune Sunday Picture
Oct. 11, 1981: 8-20.

Kimball, J. (1981). Hmong Journey to Minnesota is a Giant Jump in Miles and Culture. Minneapolis Tribune Sunday
Picture Oct. 11, 1981: 22-29.

Kimball, J. (1981). Cultures Mingle in Phillips Neighborhood. Minneapolis Tribune April 30, 1982: 4B.

Kimball, J. (1981). Victims of Asian War Bending to U.S. Ways. Minneapolis Tribune January 25, 1981: 1F, 9F.

Kimball, J. (1981). Assimilation of Hmong is Ex-Officers Mission. Minneapolis Tribune June 19, 1981.

Marcotty, J. (1981). Employers Dip Into Labor Pool of Refugees. Minneapolis Tribune Nov. 22, 1981: 1D.

Marshall, E. (1981). The Hmong: Dying of Culture Shock? Science 212: 1008.

Paulu, N. (1981). ‘Melting in School: Hmong Students Make Slow but Steady Progress, Keep Physically Separate.
Minneapolis Star, June 10, 1981: 4C.

Pear, R. (1981). U.S. Uncertainty Stalls Thousands of Asia Refugees. New York Times May 9, 1981.

Schroepfeer, L. (1981). Death of Laotian in City Fits Pattern of Mystery Deaths.

Minneapolis Tribune July 14, 1981: 1Bff.

Shapiro, H. (1981). Can the Hmong Make It? Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine December 1981: 101-107, 166.

Smith, E. (1981). Phillips Melting Pot Overflows as Refugees Swell Its Mixture. Minneapolis Star May 8, 1981: 1A, 9A.

Thorkelson, W. (1981). Cities’ Hmong Churches Gaining Converts. Minneapolis Star September 11, 1981: 8A.

1980

Bendt, B. (1980). Immigrants Reach for a piece of small economic pie. Refugees dream American dream. War ends,
family’s new life begins. Minneapolis Star June 8, 1990.

Champlin, J. (1980). Hmong Couple Brought Here by Farm Family.” Le Sueur News-Herald August 28, 1980.

Everingham, J. (1980). One Family’s Odyssey to America. National Geographic 157(5): 642-661. May 1980.

Fremon, C. (1980). A Chance to Make a Difference. Quest January 1980: 15-20, 84-88.

Garrett, WE. (1980). Thailand: Refuge from Terror. National Geographic 157 (5): 633-642. May 1980.

Girardet, E. (1980). Hmong Hew New Lives From Jungle. Christian Science Monitor Nov. 26, 1980: 12-13.

Hamilton-Merritt, J. (1980). Gas Warfare in Laos: Communism’s Drive to Annihilate a People. Reader’s Digest October
1980: 81-88.

Hudgins, C. (1980). Indochinese Don’t Know Language of P.C.B.s. Minneapolis Star June 11, 1980: 1Aff.

Hudgins, C. (1980). Though the Rivers are Polluted They Need Fresh Fish for the Table. Minneapolis Star June 11,
1980: 12Aff.

Karnow, S. (1980). Free No More: The Allies America Forgot. GEO 2:12-26. January 1980.

Kohl, L. (1980). Worlds Apart. The Saint Paul Dispatch, Oct. 20, 1980. Monsour, T. Refugee Cures Work Miracles in
a New Land. St. Paul Pioneer Press July 28, 1980: 19-20.

Nabokov, P. (1980). The Odyssey of Cha Xai Pha. New West April 7, 1980: 104-108.

Noble, D. (1980). Hill People from Northern Laos Finding Haven in Twin Cities. Minneapolis Daily News, Oct. 9, 1980.

Oberdorfer, D. (1980). Asians Reportedly Hunting Songbirds. Minneapolis Tribune Nov. 20, 1980: 1ff.

Page, S. (1980). New Hope, Home for Laos Tribe. Newsday, March/April 1980.

Paulu, N. (1980). Foreign Pupils Help Stem Fall in School Enrollments. Minneapolis Star October 1980.

Paulu, N. (1980). Hmongs: Key to Race Balance? Minneapolis Star November 6, 1980: 1ff.

Perrusquia, M. (1980). Hmong Adjusting to U.S. Life. Minnesota Daily Oct. 1980.

Rohan, T.M. (1980). Off the Boat and Ready to Work. Industry Week July 7, 1980: 63-65.

Shuzhi, S. (1980). For Indochina Refugees, Home and Work. China Reconstructs 29(8): 18-20.

Stomski, K. (1980). New Immigrants Raise Questions for Urban Indian Community. The Circle 1(10): 1. December,
1981.

Szulc, T. (1980). The Refugee Explosion. New York Times Magazine November 23, 1981: 136-41.

Tarwater, D. (1980). Medical Student Provides Care to Laotian Refugees in Thailand. Report (University of
Minnesota) October 1980.

Trillin, C. (1980). U.S. Journal: Fairfield, Iowa. Resettling the Yangs. The New Yorker March 24, 1980: 83-100.

1979

(1979). Lao Nomads Find City’s a New Jungle. Minneapolis Star January 3, 1979.

(1979). Laos: Under the Gun. Asia Week. October 5, 1979: 23-34.

Camp, B. (1979). Exodus to Nowhere. The Asia Mail, Sept. 1979: 11.

CBS News (1979). CBS Reports on Plight of Laotian Refugees in Thai Camps. Transcript of a “60 Minutes” Segment.

Montero, D. and J. McDowell. (1979). Refugees: Making It. New York Times March 12, 1979.

Pringle, J. (1979). End of the Hmong. Newsweek August 27, 1989: 8-9.

Schimert, J. (1979). U Program Permits Students to Aid, Study Laotian Refugees. Minnesota Daily. (Spring 1979).

Scott, M.B. (1979). To Hill People of Southeast Asia, a Needle is Art. Bridgeport, CT: Sunday Post, Nov. 11, 1979.

Smith, M. (1979). Mountain People from Laos Build Community in Minnesota. Report: A Publication for the faculty and
staff of the University of Minnesota, November 1979,.

1978

(1978). The Agony of the Hmong. Asiaweek December 15, 1978:17-19.

(1978). Meos ‘Go for Broke’ to Escape Suppression. Bangkok Post April 13, 1978.

(1978). Are the Meos Finally Beaten? Bangkok Post December 4, 1978.

(1978). Paringaux, R.P. La readaption est particulierement difficile pour les montagnards meos et yaos qui ont fui le
Laos. Le Monde 10 Janvrier 1978: 6.

1977

Octobre, J. (1977). Les Hmongs en Guyane. Le Monde 3 Decembre 1977: 14.

Shapelen, R. (1977). A Reporter at Large: Survivors. The New Yorker, September 5, 1977:33-66.

1974

Garrett, W.E. (1974). The Hmong of Laos: No Place to Run. National Geographic 145(1): 78-111. January 1974.

1972

Ballard, J. (1972). Mountain People on the Run. World Vision 16(6): 4-6.

Butterfield, F. (1972). Battered Laotian Tribe Fears U.S. Will Abandon It. The New York Times (October 11): 1,12.

Scott, P.D. (1972). Heroin Traffic. Earth (March 1972): 35-42.

1971

(1971). Lao’s Meo Tribesman: A Nation of Refugees. The New Leader June 14, 1971: 9-10.

Kales, D. (1971). War in Laos Imperils the Survival of Meo Tribes. The New York Times March 16, 1971: 1,12.

1970

Abrams, A. (1970). “The Eye of the Storm: With the Meo Tribesman in Thailand. The New Leader July 6, 1970:8-10.

Foisie, J. (1970). U.S.-Backed Laotian General Scorned by Other Army Leaders. Los Angeles Times March 12, 1970.

Kales, D. (1970). The Refugees of Laos. The Nation January 26, 1979: 76-77.

Scott, P. D. (1970). Laos: The Story Nixon Won’t Tell. New York Review of Books 14 (April 9, 1970): 35-41. (Wilson
Periodicals University of Minnesota, Microfilm Collection).



1969

Lindsay, R. (1969). How “Mao” the Meo? Far Eastern Economic Review 63(5): 182.

Kamm, H. (1969). Meo General Leads Tribesmen in War with Communists in Laos. The New York Times October 27,
1969: 3.

1966

Sanders, S.W. (1966). Laos Report: Gains in a Forgotten War. U.S. News and World Report 61(July 4, 1966): 24-25.

1965

(1965). The Meos of Laos. Asian Student April 24, 1965: 5 (Ames Library).

1962

Cadet. J. (1962). The Spirit and the Pig: Recollections of a Meo Exorcism. Bangkok World, Sunday Magazine Section
May 13, 1962: 4-5,8.

Schanche, D.A. (1962). An American Hero. Saturday Evening Post. Part 1 June 2, 1962: 15-20; Part 2, June 9, 1962:
91-94.

1961

Time. (1961). Fighting Tribe. Time 78(July 7, 1961):21-22.

1955

(1955). The Thai Meo Region of Tonkin. Eastern World Oct. 1955: 23-24.

(1955). Minorities Under the Viet Minh. Eastern World Nov. 1955: 17-18.