SOURCES FOR Ep. 320 - The Wobblies Go To Everett

Seattle Times November 8th 1917

Empire of Timber: Labor Unions and the Pacific Northwest Forests - Erik Loomis

The Everett Massacre - a History of the Class Struggle in the Lumber Industry By Walker C. Smith


SOURCES FOR Ep. 321 - Erik Prince and Blackwater

Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army. Jeremy Scahill - MJF Books - 2012

Civilian Warriors: The Inside Story of Blackwater and the Unsung Heroes of the War on Terror. Erik Prince - Portfolio/Penguin - 2014.

Master of War: Blackwater USA's Erik Prince and the Business of War by Suzanne Simons - HarperPaperbacks - 2011

“Conservatism’s Uncommon Core” Erik Eckholm. The New York Times Feb 5, 2017

“Tycoon, Contractor, Soldier, Spy” Adam Ciralsky Vanity Fair January 2010

“The MacArthur Model for Afghanistan,” Erik Prince op-ed Wall Street Journal June 1

“Memo Reveals Details of Blackwater Targeted Killings Program” Der Spiegel Online by Gabor Steingart  August 24,  2009

Wikipedia: 2003 Invasion of Iraq, Nisour Square Massacre, Academi, Andrew J Moonen, Susan L. Burke [Roger Clemens of war]


SOURCES FOR Ep 322 - Hank Vaughn

Skovlin,‎ Jon M. and Donna McDaniel. Hank Vaughan 1849-1893: A Hell-Raising Horse Trader of the Bunchgrass Territory. Reflections Pub. Co; October 1, 1996


SOURCES FOR Ep 323 - 1908 New York to Paris Car Race

Fenster, J. (2005) Race of the Century: The Heroic True Story of the 1908 New York to Paris bust-the- great-new- york-to- paris-auto-
race-of- 1908-116784616/ paris-auto- race/#h7ePTmnQFOqX


SOURCES FOR EP 324 - Denis Kearney

In Our Second Century : From an Editor's Note-book

San Francisco : The Pioneer press, 1931, pp. 52-63

LA Times - April 29, 1907

December 2016 issue of San Francisco magazine.


SOURCES FOR EP 325 - Billy Sipple

The Gay Man Who Saved Ford's Life - Daniel Luzer

LA Times September 25, 1975

Orlando Sentinel Feb 5 1989


SOURCES FOR EP. 326 - Robert Smalls 

LINEBERRY, C. (2017). BE FREE OR DIE: the amazing story of robert smalls escape from slavery to union hero. St. Martin’s Press, New York.


SOURCES FOR EP. 327 - James Callender

Michael Durey, With the Hammer of Truth, James Thomson Callender, (Charlottesville, Univ. Press of VA, 1990).


SOURCES FOR EP 328 - Arizona Orphan Battle

The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction By Linda Gordon




330 - SOURCES FOR EP 330 - Feinstein and The Flag

San Mateo Times, Nov 5, 1969

Santa Rose Press Democrat Nov 5, 6, 1969


SOURCES FOR EP 331 - Charlie Suringo

Siringo, Charles A. A Cowboy Detective: A True Story of Twenty-Two Years with a World-Famous Detective Agency. First published by W.B. Conkey Company in 1912

Siringo, Charles A. A Texas Cow Boy: Real Life Story of a Real Cowboy First published in 1886

Siringo, Charles A. Two Evil Isms: Pinkertonism and Anarchism First published in 1915 (facsimile reproduction used because all originals were destroyed)

Siringo, Charles A. A Lone Star Cowboy Santa Fe, NM 1919

Peavy, Charles D. Charles A. Siringo, A Texas Picaro published 1967

Lamar, Howard Roberts Charlie Siringo’s West: An Interpretive Biography UNM Press, 2005

DeArment, Robert K Man-Hunters of the Old West University of Oklahoma Press 2017

The Anaconda Standard (Anaconda, MT) May 28, 1892 p 1 Stopped at Missoula

The Anaconda Standard (Anaconda, MT) Sept 28, 1892 p 1 In the Jury’s Hands

Bay City Sentinel May 7, 2016 p 4 Siringo: Cowboy, private detective, novelist

Caldwell Daily Standard (Caldwell, Kansas) May 15, 1884 page 3 Mrs. Charlie Siringo…

The Caldwell News (Caldwell, Kansas) Nov 10, 1911 p 1 The Death of Mrs. Siringo

The Caldwell News (Caldwell, Kansas) Sept 22 1904 p 4 Old Settlers’ Reunion

Chicago Tribune March 2, 1886 p 3 No Blood

Chicago Tribune April 22, 1886 p 4 Coercive Strikes and Boycotts Under the Laws of Illinois

Chicago Tribune April 22, 1886 p 9 The Rambler in Gotham

Chicago Tribune April 23, 1886 p 3 A Successful Strike

Chicago Tribune April 24, 1886 p 4 The climax of boycotting cowardice…

Chicago Tribune April 26, 1886 p. 4 A Gross Labor Inconsistency

Chicago Tribune May 2, 1886 p 4

Hot Springs New Era (Hot Springs, Arkansas) May 26 1913 p 1 Old Couple Is Married Here

The Wichita Weekly Eagle July 5 1907 p 6 Neighborhood Gossip


SOURCES FOR Ep. 332 - The Divorce Colony


SOURCES FOR Ep 333 - Major Taylor


SOURCES FOR Ep 334 - Andrew Jackson

Brands, H.W. Andrew Jackson, His Life and Times. Doubleday. 2005

Parton, James. Life of Andrew Jackson. Macon Brothers. 1860.

Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson: A Biography. St. Martin’s Press. 2008.

The Trail of Tears: The Forced Removal of the Five Civilized Tribes. Charles River Editors 2013

The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy. Rich-Heape Films. Steven R. Heape, Producer 2007

Nancy Isenberg. White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America Penguin Group 2016

The Evening Post Jul 4, 1806 Page 3

The Tennessean Jan 10, 1845 Page 1

The Washington Union Jun 18, 1845 Page 3

Weekly Raleigh Register, 23 Jul 1838, Mon, Page 1


SOURCES FOR Ep 335 - Need a Hiroo

No Surrender: My Thirty Year War by Hiroo Onada

Hiroo Onoda: Part Two (OKI)


SOURCES FOR Ep. 336 - Women and Transportation
https ://

Hallenbeck, Sarah. Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-
Century America, Southern Illinois University Press, 2015
Organ Diseases of women
The operative treatment of prolapse
The mechanical system of uterine pathology
The pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of the diseases of women
Diseases Peculiar to Women
Medical adviser and marriage guide
The Woman's hand-book in health and disease
Wonders and curiosities of the railway
Pictorial Medical 1952
The Lancet, Volume 80, 1862
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 137, 1897
Railway Surgical Journal, Volume 15, 1908-09
The International Journal of Surgery, Volume 26, 1913
The Journal of the American Medical Association, Volume 79, 1922
US Navy report, “The medical implications of women on submarines.” 2000
Marysville Daily Appeal. May 21, 1869
Daily Alta California. October 29, 1870
The Pittsburgh Dispatch. June 2, 1892
Santa Cruz Sentinel. January 1, 1895
Sacramento Daily Union. October 26, 1895
Los Angeles Herald. September 25, 1909

SOURCES FOR EP 337 - Bonfils, Tammen, and The Denver Post (Live)

Timber Line: A Story of Bonfils and Tammen by Gene Fowler


SOURCES FOR EP 338 - Benjamin Lay

Lay, Benjamin, All Slave-Keepers... Published by Benjamin Franklin 1737
Rediker, Marcus The Fearless Benjamin Lay: The Quaker Dwarf Who Became the First Revolutionary
Abolitionist Published by Beacon Press 2017
Vaux, Robert Memoirs of the lives of Benjamin Lay and Ralph Sandiford: two of the earliest public
advocates for the emancipation of the enslaved Africans Published by Solomon W. Conrad 1815
The Philadelphia Inquirer, 01 Apr 1901, Mon, Page 8
The Philadelphia Inquirer, 22 Apr 2018, Page B05
The Philadelphia Inquirer, 15 Mar 1976, Page 64 Benjamin Lay: . . a Hell-Raising Dwarf .
Philadelphia Daily News, 03 Oct 2017, Page 18 Quaker abolitionist another from Philly who merits a
Anti-Slavery Bugle, 13 Apr 1849, Page 2 The Society of Friends---Its early Anti-Slavery Action.
New England Farmer, 30 Jul 1834, Wed, Page 2 ORDER
Dublin News Letter Friday, July 13, 1742, Dublin, Ireland


SOURCES FOR EP 339 - John Wesley Powell

Worster, Donald. A River Running West: The Life of John Wesley Powell, Oxford
University Press, 2000
Powell, Prof. J. W. Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and its Tributaries,
Smithsonian Institution, 1875 - John Wesley Powell, a Memorial to an
American Explorer and Scholar 1903 - Report of special commissioners J. W.
Powell and G. W. Ingalls - 1873 awarchive?type=file&item=34084
(1947 Utah Historical Quarterly)


SOURCES FOR EP 340 - Caver Floyd Collins


SOURCES FOR EP 341 - Cold Creek War

Numerous articles from Knoxville Daily Journal / Journal and Tribune including:
July 16 - 22, August 2,4, September 25,26, October 31, November 1, December 22, 1891
August 13-20 1892
Clarksville Evening Tobacco Leaf-Chronicle July 22, 1891
Daniel, Pete. The Tennessee Convict War, Tennessee Historical Quarterly Vol. 34, No. 3 (Fall
Lewis, Ronald. Black Coal miners in America: Race, Class, and Community Conflict, 1780-1980
1987 University Press of Kentucky. Lexington, Ky.


SOURCES FOR Ep 342 - The John Paul Getty's

All the Money in the World by John Pearson, published 2017
(Previously published as Painfully Rich: The Outrageous Fortune and Misfortunes of the Heirs
of J. Paul Getty in 1995)
Kidnapped: The Tragic Life of J. Paul Getty III by Charles Fox, published 2018
(Previously published as Uncommon Youth in 2013)

SOURCES FOR EP 343 - Lord Gordon Gordon

Putnam's Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly of Literature, Art and Life, Volume 7

Gordon, John Steele. The Scarlet Woman of Wall Street: Jay Gould, Jim Fisk, Cornelius Vanderbilt, the Erie Railway Wars, and the Birth of Wall Street. New York: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988.

 Donaldson, William.  Brewer’s Rogues, Villains and Eccentrics. London

SOURCES FOR EP 344 - Synanon

The Light on Synanon: How a country weekly exposed a corporate cult--and won the Pulitzer Prize by David Mitchell
From Miracle to Madness by Paul Marantz

Synanon: The Tunnel Back by Lewis Yablonsky

SOURCES FOR EP 345 - Danny Greene

English, T. J.. Paddy Whacked: The Untold Story of the Irish American Gangster (pp. 375-378). William Morrow Paperbacks. Kindle Edition. 

Kill the Irishman – Rick Porrello

SOURCES FOR EP 346 - Henry Clay Frick

SOURCES FOR EP 347 - New York Policemen Riot

Paddy Whacked: The Untold Story of the Irish American Gangster. New York: HarperCollins, 2005

Headley, J.T. The Great Riots of New York, 1712 to 1873

The Gangs of New York: An Informal History of the New York Underworld. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928

Gang Wars: Blood and Guts on the Streets of Early New York (2005)

SOURCES FOR EP 348 - George Lazenby

Documentary: 'Becoming Bond'.


The Feinberg Feed Podcast: George Lazenby

SOURCES FOR Ep 349 - Nauru

"Island Raiders" ABC Four Corners 2004