Sources for #121 - The First NY Post Office

·   “The New Post Office.” The Evening Post (New York, New York.) (January 17, 1845.) p 1

·   “Old Houses; The Prisons of the Revolutionary War. Four Still Survive The North Dutch Church, the Middle Dutch Church, the Provost Prison and the Rhinelander Sugar-House.” The New York Times (October 14, 1872) p 5

·   Bowery Boys. “Just steps way from the new Hudson Yards is a poignant memorial to Abraham Lincoln.” The Bowery Boys: New York City History. (April 15, 2015.)

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Sources for #122 - The Iraq War

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·   Wikipedia contributors, "2004 Fallujah ambush," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Coalition Provisional Authority," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

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Sources for #123 - The Yankee Pitcher Switch

·   The Washington Times. “Kekich and Peterson made strangest trade in ‘73” The Washington Times. (March 7, 2005).

·   Wikipedia contributors, "Fritz Peterson," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia,

·   Moran, Sheila. “Kekich Swaps Troubles for Peace, Happiness.” Pittsburgh Press. (July 31, 1977) p D-2.,4844728&dq=mike+kekich+fritz+peterson+marilyn&hl=en

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·   Pepe, Phil. “The Original Wife Swap: Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich trade wives” New York Daily News. (March 6, 1973)


Sources for #124 - The Fine Cotton Scandal


·   Fidler, Richard. “Peter Hoysted unravels the true tale of the Fine Cotton fiasco.” ABC: Conversations with Richard Fidler. (May 4, 2015)

·    “Fine Cotton trainer allowed back on track after 29 years.” Brisbane Times. (November 29, 2013).

·   Bartley, Patrick. “The rider caught up in the Fine Cotton scandal.” The Sydney Morning Herald. (December 5, 2014).

·   Felongco, Gilbert. “Conman arrested over job scam: Philippine immigration agents recently arrested a foreigner who had allegedly been hoodwinking foreign nationals by promising them high paying jobs in a non-existent country called the ‘Dominion of Melchizedek.’” Gulf News UAE. (January 17, 2001).

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·   Shand, Adam. “John Gillespie says he won $1.8m on Fine Cotton's race” Herald Sun. (May 23, 2010).

·   Australian Associated Press. “Famous thoroughbred Fine Cotton dies” The Sydney Morning Herald. (February 21, 2009)

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Sources for #125 - The Puritans and The Quakers

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Sources for #126 - RA Cunningham and Tambo

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Sources for #127 - Bank Robber Harry Pierpont

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Sources for #128 - Nim the Chimp

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·   Hart, Stephen. “Apes and Human Language.” The Animal Communication Project. (2011).

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Sources for #129 - Straw Hat Riot

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·   “CITY HAS WILD NIGHT OF STRAW HAT RIOTS; Gangs of Young Hoodlums With Spiked Sticks Terrorize Whole Blocks. VICTIMS RUN THE GAUNTLET Youths Line Car Tracks and Snatch--Mob of 1,000 Dispersed on Amsterdam Avenue.” The New York Times. (September 16, 1922) p 8

·   “Straw Hat Smashing Orgy Bares Heads From Battery to Bronx: Stores Do Thriving Business, but Many Youthful Marauders Are Arrested and Seven are Spanked at Station by Irate Parents.” The New York Tribune. (September 16, 1922). p 3

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Sources for #130 - The Bald Knobbers

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Sources for #131 - John Ericsson and The Monitor

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Sources for #132 - The Bone Wars

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Sources for #133 - The Toxic Lady of Riverside

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Sources for #134 - Chicago Martial Arts Legend Count Dante

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Sources for #135 - Stagecoach Mary

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·   Everett, George. “Mary Fields, A Rough and Tough Black female Pioneer.” Wild West Magazine. (February 1996).

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Sources for #136 - Bayou of Pigs

·   Bell, Stewart. Bayou of Pigs: The True Story of an Audacious Plot to Turn a Tropical Island into a Criminal Paradise. HarperCollins Canada. (2008). (Kindle Edition)

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Sources for #137 - Phineas Gage

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Sources for #138 - The Story of American Firefighters

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Sources for #139 - The Story of Atari

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Sources for #140 - The Pig War

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