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Barnum, Phineas Taylor. Barnum's Own Story: The Autobiography of P. T. Barnum. New York: Dover Publications, 2017.
Gesse-Harm, Sonja. »Casta diva. Zur Rezeption Jenny Linds in der Musikkultur um 1850«, in: Die Musikforschung Nr. 62 (2009), S. 347—363.
Greene, Bryan. »When Opera Star Jenny Lind Came to America, She Witnessed a Nation Torn Apart Over Slavery«, in: Smithsonian.org (06.10.2020), bezogen von https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/jenny-lind-swedish-opera-star-slavery-180975990/ (10.01.2021).
Hambrick, Keith S. »The Swedish Nightingale in New Orleans: Jenny Lind's Visit of 1851«, in: Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Autumn, 1981), S. 387—417.
Kellem, Betsy Golden. »The Greatest Showman: The True Story of P.T. Barnum and Jenny Lind«, in: Vanity Fair (22.12.2017), bezogen von https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/12/greatest-showman-hugh-jackman-p-t-barnum-jenny-lind (09.01.2021).
Linkon, Sherry Lee. »Reading Lind Mania. Print Culture and the Construction of Nineteenth-Century Audiences«, in: Book History, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1998), pp. 94—106.
McNamara, Robert. »Jenny Lind's Tour of America«, in: Thought Co. (20.01.2020), bezogen von https://www.thoughtco.com/jenny-linds-tour-of-america-1773914 (10.01.2021).
Rosenberg, Charles G. Jenny Lind's Tour of America. New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1851.
Samples, Mark. »The Humbug and the Nightingale: P. T. Barnum, Jenny Lind, and the Branding of a Star Singer for American Reception«, in: Musical Quarterly (2017), S. 1—35.