Sources for Dollop # 201 - Roger Babson's Fight

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·   Babson College “Honoring the Past: Roger Ward Babson (1875–1967)” Babson College (2011) Originally accessed at: Accessed on 9/13/19 at:

·   Wolchover, Natalie “How One Man Waged War Against Gravity: The story of Roger Babson, gravity's sworn enemy, and his Gravity Research Foundation” Popular Science. (March 15, 2011)

·   Wright, Austin. “A Visionary's Dreams of Antigravity Never Got Off the Ground” The Chronicle of Higher Education. (July 20, 2009)

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·   Mooallem, Jon. “A curious attraction: On the quest for antigravity.” Harper’s Magazine (October 2007)


Sources for Dollop #202 - The Molly Maguires

·   Kenny, Kevin. Making Sense of the Molly Maguires. Oxford University Press, US (1998).

·   “Editorial Notes” Daily Alta California (August 29, 1876) p1

·   “The Molly Maguires” Los Angeles Herald. (May 10, 1876).

·   “Outrage on Miners.” Sacramento Daily Union (August 15, 1872)


·   Special Dispatches to the Daily Appeal. “Domestic News.” Marysville Daily Appeal (December 12, 1875)

·   From the Philadelphia Sun. “‘Who is ‘Molly Maguire’ – What her Purpose and who are her Supporters?” The Washington Union. (September 23, 1857)

·   A correspondent of the Evening Packet. “Ireland: Capture of Five of Molly Maguire’s Men” New York Herald (August 19, 1845) p1

·   McParland, James. “James McParland’s Three Year Pursuit of the Molly Maguires: Pinkerton Detective Recounts How He Posed as a ‘Bad Man’ and Ensnared the Pennsylvania Band That Had Committed Thirty Thousand Assassinations.” The Washington Herald (November 19, 1911)

·    “THE PENNSYLVANIA COAL MINES.; An Irish, Welsh and German Row at Mauch Chunk. THE FRUITS OF COPPERHEAD TEACHINGS. The Buckshots and the Molly McGuires on the Rampage. FOUR MEN KILLED” The New York Times (November 7, 1863) p 1

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·   Wiegand, Virginia S. “Mining the past for delayed justice: A century later, a ‘retrial’ for ‘the king of the Mollies.’” The Philadelphia Inquirer. (December 1, 1994) B1, B9


Sources for Dollop #203 - The Sodder Children

·   Abbott, Karen “The Children Who Went Up In Smoke: A tragic Christmas mystery remains unsolved more than 60 years after the disappearance of five young siblings.” (December 25, 2012)

·   Hopkins, Autumn D. F. “Christmas Eve tragedy.” Charleston Gazette-Mail. (December 23, 2013)

·   Horn, Stacy “Mystery of Missing Children Haunts W.Va. Town” NPR: All Things Considered [radio] (December 23, 2005)

·   Jackson, Niles. “What Really Happened To Children?” Sunday Gazette-Mail. (December 22, 1968) p 6A

·   Horn, Stacy “LONG, LONG, LONG Sodder Post.” Stacy Horn: Writer, Cat-Butler (December 28, 2008)

·   Associated Press “Christmas blaze takes five lives” The Nebraska State Journal (December 26, 1945) p 1


Sources for Dollop #204 - The Modern Bushman - Rod Ansell

·   Milliken, Robert. “Obituary: Rod Ansell” Independent. (August 12, 1999)

·   Burns, Lynette Sheridan. Understanding Journalism. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (2002). pp. 152–168. ISBN 978-0-7619-7026-2.

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·   Colonel Tomahawk. “Rodney Ansell, the real ‘Crocodile Dundee.’” (July 12, 2014)

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Sources for Dollop #205 - The Sydney Ducks

·   “The Late Mr. Joseph Windred.” [obituary] Windsor & Richmond Gazette [NSW] (January 26, 1901) p 9 available online at Obituaries Australia.

·   Dando-Collins, Stephen. Mistaken Identity: The Trials of Joe Windred. Vintage Australia. (2012)

·   Prior, Alton. California's Hidden Gold: Nuggets from the State's Rich History. Stagecoach Pub. (2002)

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·   Ashbury, Herbert. The Barbary Coast: An Informal History of the San Francisco Underworld. A.A. Knopf. (1933)

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·   May, Meredith. “Sydney Ducks and vigilante justice in SF, 1851.” SF Gate (December 9, 2012)


 Sources for Dollop #206 - William Bligh

·   Jack, R. Ian and Dr. Carol Liston. “From Frogmore Farm to Werrington Park.” Produced by the Public Relations Branch University of Western Sydney. (March 1991)

·   Schreiber, Roy. The Fortunate Adversities of William Bligh. Open Road Media. (June 28, 2016.)

·   Jose, Arthur Wilberforce and Herbert James Carter, editors. The Australian Encyclopaedia Vol. II. Sydney: Angus & Robertson. (1926).

·   Duffy, M. “Proof of history’s rum deal” Sydney Morning Herald (January 28, 2006)

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·   Shaw, A.G.L. “Bligh, William (1754–1817”. Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University. (published first in hardcopy 1966), [accessed online 30 August 2016.]

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Sources for Dollop #207 - The Animal Horror of Macquarie Island

·   Chapple, Geoff. “Harvest of Souls.” New Zealand Geographic Issue 074 (July-August 2005)

·   Eden, Allan W. Islands Of Despair: Being An Account Of A Survey Expedition To The Sub-Antarctic Islands Of New Zealand. “Chapter Nineteen: Macquarie Island” Andrew Melrose Limited. (1955)

·   Zukerman, Wendy. “Australia’s battle with the bunny.” ABC Science. (April 8, 2009)

·   “Local and General” Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXII, Issue LXII, (6 December 1911)


Sources for Dollop #208 - The Australian Sex Philosopher

·   Bongiorno, Frank. “Taboo talk landed eccentric in asylum.” The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), (October 2, 2003.)

·   Featherstone, L. “Censoring Sex.” History Australia, 10:1, 58-76. (2013)

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·   “The Late W. J. Chidley.” Maoriland Worker, Volume 8, Issue 310, 31 (January 31, 1917)


Sources for Dollop #209 - John Macarthur

·   Mackaness, George. “Affair of The Hell-Ship Neptune.” Sydney Morning Herald, (Feb 10, 1945) p 8

·   Fletcher, B.H. “Grose, Francis (1758–1814)” Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, MUP, (1966)

·   Steven, Margaret. “Macarthur, John (1767–1834)” Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 2, MUP, (1967)

·   Reynolds, Emma. “Madman on the money: How Australian pioneer John Macarthur died in obscurity after being declared a lunatic” The Daily Telegraph. (January 23, 2015)

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Sources for Dollop #210 - The New Jersey Shark Attacks

·   Fernicola, M.D, Richard G. Twelve Days of Terror: Inside the Shocking 1916 New Jersey Shark Attacks. Lyons Press, 2016)

·   Nichols, John Treadwell and Robert Cushman Murphy. “Long Island Fauna. IV. The Sharks.”  Brooklyn Museum Science Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 1 (April 24, 1916)

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·   Smith, Dr. Hugh M of the Fish Commission (aka The Cofishioner) “How the Government Will Fight Man-Eating Sharks” The Sunday Star. (July 23, 1916) Part 4, p 1

·   “Shark Hunting Popular Sport.” Daily Rogue River Courier (July 16, 1916) p 4

·   Harrington, John Walker. “Tigers of the Sea: All Theories of Scientists Upset by Invasion of Local Waters by Man Eaters. The Sun. (July 16, 1916) Part 5, p 1

·   Shark Not Alone Scientists Think - Say Coldness of Waters in North Has Made Fish Unusually Hungry. REFUSE MAY LURE BIG MAN EATERS - Naturalists Not Certain Other Resorts Near New York May Not Be Visited. New York Tribune. (July 14, 1916) p 4

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 Sources for Dollop #211- The Tichborne Case

·   Annear, Robyn. The Man Who Lost Himself: the Unbelievable Story of the Tichborne Claimant. The Text Publishing Company. (2011)

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Sources for Dollop #212 - Ned Kelly

·   “Benalla Police Court Saturday, October 6 (Before Mr. Sharpe)” The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal (October 22, 1869) p 3    

·   “Melbourne” The Sydney Morning Herald. (June 4, 1870) p 4

·   “The Greta Shooting Affray” Weekly Times [Melbourne] (April 20, 1878). p 13

·   “Attempt to Murder” The Age. [Melbourne] (April 22, 1878). p 4

·   “Miscellaneous Items” Port Adelaide News and Commercial and Shipping Gazette. (June 8, 1878) p 1

·   Kelly Interviewed. Beechworth, Monday.” Australian Town and Country Journal [Sydney] (August 14, 1880). p 9

·   “Intercolonial News: Victoria.” The Sydney Morning Herald. (October 27, 1869). p 6

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·   Basu, Laura. Media and Cultural Memory: Ned Kelly as Memory Dispositif: Media, Time, Power, and the Development of Australian Identities. deGruyter (1802)

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·   ABC News “Ned Kelly's remains found in mass grave.” ABC News (August 31, 2011)

·   Welikala, Judith “Outlaw Ned Kelly’s Remains Given to Family — 132 Years After His Death” Time (August 6, 2012)


Sources for Dollop #213 - Mashers And Hatpins

·   Segrave, Kerry. Beware the Masher: Sexual Harassment in American Public Places, 1880-1930. McFarland (February 12, 2014).

·   Abbott, Karen. “‘The Hatpin Peril’ Terrorized Men Who Couldn’t Handle the 20th-Century Woman: To protect themselves from unwanted advances, city women protected themselves with some sharp accessories.” (April 24, 2014)

·   The Sun First Edition (Jan 29, 1909) Page 6

·   Chicago Daily Tribune (Nov 15, 1908) Page 8

·   Evans, Mrs. Sarah A., editor. “Women’s Clubs and Their Work.” The Oregon Daily Journal (July 25 1909) p 40

·   “Girls Used Hatpins With Telling Effect: On the Pittsburg Revellers Who Participates In The Mardi Gras” The Lima News (October 5, 1908) p 2

·   “No Title: Score another for that invincible weapon of offense and defense, the hatpin…” The Bystander (June 19, 1908) p 1

·    “Women’s Interests: The Hat Pin As an Ice Pick” Trenton Evening Times (September 10, 1908) p 10

·   “Routs Thieves by Hatpins—Brooklyn Woman Shows Presence of Mind in Time of Peril.” The Indianapolis News (June 2, 1908) p 3

·   “Lost Hatpin Was Removed From Hip—Young Woman Fell From Car-Steel Entered Flesh—Was Taken to Hospital” The Scranton Republican (September 14, 1908) p 5 (fyi: sorted under The Tribune on

·   “The Deadly Hatpin.” Trenton Evening Times.  (February 6, 1908) p 10

·   “The Dagger Hatpin” The Indianapolis News (June 13, 1908) p 21

·   “Rattler Killed At Baby’s Crib—Woman with Scalding Water and a Hatpin Soon Dispatch Reptile” Oakland Tribune (Oct 2, 1908) p 12

·   “Hatpin Her Weapon—St. Louis Girl Beats Off Three Assailants.” The Vicksburg Herald (July 3, 1908) p 2

·   “Conductor Jabbed on Nose By Hatpin: Street Car Man Fails To Dodge ‘Merry Widow’ – Huge Hat Blocks Crowded Conveyance And Efforts Of Ticket Collector To Pass Result Badly For Him” Los Angeles Herald, First Edition (December 28, 1908) p 10

·   “Stabs Five With a Hatpin—Four Men and a Woman Victims of a ‘Woman in Black’” The New York Times (May 8, 1909) p 1

·   “Are Married Women Slaves?” The Baltimore Sun (October 18, 1909) p 4

·   “Hatpins Stir Philadelphia—Councilman Offers Ordinance To Restrict Length” The Baltimore Sun (December 2, 1910) p 1

·   “Women Indorse Hatpin as A Weapon of Defense” The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Mar 1, 1910) p 27

·   “Hatpins O.K. In Capital; Ban On Them In Chicago—In The Windy City It Will Be A Misdemeanor To Wear Them—Good As Weapon Of Defense—Washington Police Head Declares Pins Are Useful In Jabbing Hold-Up Men And Mashers. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (March 22, 1910) p 8


Sources for Dollop #214 - Fred Hampton

·   Haas, Jeffrey. The Assassination of Fred Hampton: How the FBI and the Chicago Police Murdered a Black Panther. Chicago Review Press, (2010)

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·   Epstein, Edward. “The Black Panthers and the Police: A Pattern of Genocide?” The New Yorker (February 13, 1971).

·   Ervin, Michael. “The Last Hours of William O'Neal: He was the informant who gave the FBI the floor plan of Fred Hampton's apartment. Last week he ran onto the Eisenhower Expressway and killed himself.” Chicago Reader. (January 25, 1990)

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Sources for Dollop #Ep. 215 - Huey Long

·   White, Richard. Kingfish: The Reign of Huey P. Long.  Random House. (March 25, 2009)

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Sources for Dollop #216 - Catastrophe Jim

·   Pitluk, Adam. “Damned To Eternity: James Scott was sentenced to life in prison for causing a destructive levee break during the Flood of '93. But was he simply an easy scapegoat for a town raging at its devastation?” RFT: Riverfront Times. (January 26, 2000)

·   Wiltgen, Nick. “Mississippi Levee Breaks: A Man's Life Changes Forever.” (July 17, 2013)

·   Pitluk, Adam. Damned To Eternity: The Story of the Man Who They Said Caused the Flood. Da Capo Press. (December 18, 2007)

·   Sowers, Carol. “From the Archives: Jailed Jimmy Scott opens up about Flood of '93” KHQA (February 25, 2013)

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Sources for Dollop #Ep. 217 - The Holy Rollers

·   McCracken, T. and R. Blodgett. Holy Rollers: Murder and Madness In Oregon’s Love Cult. Caxton Press. (2013)


Sources for Dollop #218 - The Donora Smog Disaster

·   Kiester, Edwin, Jr. “A Darkness in Donora: When smog killed 20 people in a Pennsylvania mill town in 1948, the clean air movement got its start” Smithsonian Magazine. (November 1999)

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·   O’Neil, Tim. “Nov. 28 1939: The day 'Black Tuesday' rolled into St. Louis.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (Nov 28, 2016)

·   Murray, Ann “Smog Deaths In 1948 Led To Clean Air Laws.” [radio] NPR: All Things Considered. (April 22, 2009)

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Sources for Dollop #219 - The Terror Of 1741

·   Hoey, Edwin. “Terror in New York—1741: Was there really a conspiracy to burn the town?” American Heritage: Trusted Writing on History, Travel, Food and Culture Since 1949. Volume 25, Issue 4 (June 1974)

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·   Doolen, Andy. “Reading and Writing Terror: The New York Conspiracy Trials of 1741” American Literary History. Volume 16 Issue 3 (September 2004)

·   Hartnett, Stephen John. Executing Democracy: Volume One: Capital Punishment & the Making of America, 1683-1807. Michigan State University Press; First Edition (January 28, 2010)

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Sources for Dollop #220 - Tylenol Man

·   Bergmann, Joy. “A Bitter Pill: Someone killed seven people by putting cyanide in Tylenol capsules. When James Lewis was caught for writing an extortion letter, prosecutors appeared to stop looking for the killer. Almost 20 years later no one has been convicted of the murders.” Chicago Reader (November 02, 2000)

·   Bergmann, Joy. “The Tylenol Mafia” Chicago Reader. (September 26, 2011)

·   Zivan, David. “Chicago Tylenol Murders: The First Domestic Terror Incident.” Chicago Magazine. (September 21, 2012)

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