As more Johns Committee sources become available in both traditional and online format, scholars can benefit rom an analysis of key primary and secondary sources on the Committee. This essay examines the evolution of Johns Committee historiography, originating with Steven F. Lawson and followed by the works of James Schnur, Stacy Braukman, Judith Poucher, and Karen L. Graves. The latter four authors are the only scholars who have written both book-length studies and articles solely on the Committee. The essay concludes with a review of recent developments inJohns Committee historiography.
Poucher, Judith G.
"The John's Committee: A Historiographic Essay,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 93:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/fhq/vol93/iss1/6