- 1612 Polander in The History of the Valorous & Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes. Translated by Thomas Shelton. Chapter LXII.
- 1682 Polander in The Medal. A Satire Against Sedition by John Dryden. According to a VQR web site, the Polander in Dryden's The Medal refers to King John Sobieski of Poland.
- 1759 Polander in Candide by Voltaire found in LIterature.org, The Online Literature Library. Translation unknown.
- 1759 Polanders in Reveries or Memoirs Concerning the Art of War by Maurice Count de Saxe, Marshal-General of the Armies of France. Translated from French
- 1770 Polanders in The Annual Register or a View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year 1770. The Fifth Edition. London. Printed in 1794
- 1821 Col. Kosciuszko, a Polander in A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion.
- 1821 Gen. Count Pulaski, a Polander in A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion.
- 1857 King Sobieski, the Polander in The Spectator by J. Addison and Others.
- 1903 Pulaski County ... was named in honor of Count Joseph Pulaski, the great Polander in Fifteenth Biennial Report of the Bureau of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics of the State of Kentucky, 1902-1903
- 1873 Zamosky, John, a distinguished Polander in the 16th century in Appletons' Cyclopedia of Biography: Embracing a Series of Original Memories of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Times.
- 1877 "Our Polander friends had a wedding and dance at J.K.Cysewsieski's on Monday evening" in The Making of an American Community. A Case Study of Democracy in a Frontier County by Merle Curti.
- 1901 John Casimir (1609-1672), Jesuit, cardinal, and king, was a Little-Polander ... At the time of his proclamation as King of Poland in Poetical Works by Lord Byron.
- 1905 "... let a girl represent the Polanders by wearing a loose waist or dressing-sack, short skirt, and wooden shoes" in Junior Topics Outlined by Ella N. Wood. United Society of Christian Endeavor, Boston and Chicago.
- 1912 Polander in An Address Before the National Negro Business League by Booker T. Washington.
- 1915 Polander in The Pacific, Vol. LXV. San Francisco and Berkeley.
- 1916 Polander in Eighteenth Report of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. U.S. Government Printing Office.
- 1766 The Famous Polander, it is still unconfirmed whether the term "Polander" describes a person from Poland or a pole dancer.
- 1891 "The labour is very cosmopolitan in character, but the majority of the men areCanadians. There are also men from the British Isles, Americans, Finlanders, Swedes,Polanders, Hungarians and Italians employed. The last three nationalities are usedlargely as surface labourers" (p. 287) in Report of the Bureau of Mines. Vol. XIX., Part II. The Cobalt-Nickel Arsenides and Silver Depositis of Temiskaming by Willet G. Miller, Provincial Geologist.
- 1917 "Some of the Austrian Polanders have left to enlist in the United States Army" in The Bates Student. Vol. XLV. No. 1. Lewiston, Maine, Thursday, January 18, 1917 (p. 56).
- 1870 New Polander, piano music. Created/Published by Ditson & Co. Oliver, Boston, 1870, monographic, Library of Congress.
The Little Polander. Rembrandt, 1631