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“‘Hail to the Chief!’” by Benjamin Copeland. Niagara, and Other Poems. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1904: pp. 30-31. READ

“Hail to the Majesty of the Law.” Bar Oct. 1901 v8n10: pp. 326-27. READ

“[Haller, Frederick].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 28. READ

“Halstead et al. v. Houston.” The Federal Reporter. Vol. 111. St. Paul: West Publishing, 1902: pp. 376-78. READ

“Halstead et al. v. John C. Winston Co. et al.” The Federal Reporter. Vol. 111. St. Paul: West Publishing, 1902: pp. 35-36. READ

“Handcuffs Worn by Czolgosz Now in Malone.” Commercial Advertiser 11 Feb. 1913 v40n47: p. [8]. READ

“Handicaps in the Race of Life” [chapter 10], by M. V. O’Shea and J. H. Kellogg. Making the Most of Life. New York: Macmillan, 1915: pp. 165-82. READ

“Hanged in Effigy.” Burlington Hawk-Eye 17 Sept. 1901 v63n85: p. 2. READ

“Hanged in Effigy.” Milwaukee Journal 17 Sept. 1901 v19: p. 2. READ

“Hanna.” Akron Daily Democrat 10 Sept. 1901 v10n122: p. 1. READ

“Hanna Refuses to Talk.” Daily Picayune 22 Sept. 1901 v65n241: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Hanna Thanks ‘Big Jim.’” Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v60n253: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Hanna Very Confident.” St. Louis Republic 10 Sept. 1901 v94n72: p. 4. READ

“Hanna’s Terrible Dream.” St. Louis Republic 10 Sept. 1901 v94n72: p. 4. READ

“Harbor Lights,” by Cornelia F. Whitney. Evangelist 19 Sept. 1901 v72n38: p. 10. READ

“Harmless Hoboes Must Now Shave or Be Misjudged,” by Frank Wing. St. Paul Globe 23 Sept. 1901 v24n266: p. 1. READ

“Harmony among the President’s Doctors.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 28 Sept. 1901 v8n13: p. 500. READ

“Harmony among the President’s Surgeons.” Medical Record 21 Sept. 1901 v60n12: p. 460. READ

“Has Paid the Pennlty” [sic]. Tri-County Chronicle 1 Nov. 1901 v3n24: p. [4]. READ

“Has Seven Brothers.” Buffalo Review 7 Sept. 1901 v19n79: p. 1. READ

“Hay in New Hampshire.” Daily Picayune 8 Sept. 1901 v65n227: part 1, p. 9. READ

“Hay to Roosevelt,” by John Hay. The Life and Letters of John Hay. By William Roscoe Thayer. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 344-45. READ

“Haydon Jones, Newspaper Artist,” by Ethel Armes. National Magazine May 1906 v24n2: pp. 144-54. READ

“[Hazel, John R.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 37. READ

“He Abused the President.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 7 Sept. 1901 v54n17: p. 3. READ

“He Apparently Doesn’t Love Roosevelt.” Bemidji Daily Pioneer 27 Sept. 1910 v8n138: p. [2]. READ

“He Attempted to Save McKinley.” Inola Register 29 Mar. 1907 v1n32: p. [8]. READ

“He Governs a Great State Justly in Spite of the ‘Interests’” [chapter 13], by Hermann Hagedorn. The Boys’ Life of Theodore Roosevelt. Ed. H. C. Newton. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1922: pp. 207-32. READ

“He Inaugurates a New Era” [chapter 14], by Hermann Hagedorn. The Boys’ Life of Theodore Roosevelt. Ed. H. C. Newton. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1922: pp. 233-59. READ

“He Is a Pole, and the Law-Abiding Poles Deplore It.” Daily Picayune 13 Sept. 1901 v65n232: part 1, p. 7. READ

“He Saw the President Fall.” Milwaukee Sentinel 14 Sept. 1901 n23689: p. 8. READ

“He Tried to Save McKinley.” Daily Ardmoreite 23 Apr. 1903 v10n143: p. 1. READ

“Headquarters of the Press, Where Representatives of All the Leading Newspapers of the World Were Quartered.” Pearson’s Magazine Nov. 1901: p. 518. READ

“Heard News with Tears and Cries.” Cleveland Plain Dealer 15 Sept. 1901 v60n258: part 1, p. 5. READ

“Heard Shot Czolgosz Fired.” Milwaukee Sentinel 11 Sept. 1901 n23686: part 1, p. 2. READ

“Heard the Shots Fired.” Scranton Tribune 9 Sept. 1901: p. 5. READ

“The Hearse and the Guard of Honor, Composed of Officers of the Army and Navy, in Washington.” American Monthly Review of Reviews Oct. 1901 v24n4: p. 428. READ

“Hearst and American People.” San Francisco Call 1 Oct. 1901 v90n123: p. 6. READ

“Hearst and His Judges.” San Francisco Call 25 Sept. 1901 v90n117: p. 6. READ

“The Heart of Liberty,” by Frank A. Marshall. Lawrence Daily Journal 21 Sept. 1901 v33n219: p. [2]. READ

“Heavy Traffic on Chicago Street Railways.” Western Electrician 28 Sept. 1901 v29n13: p. 207. READ

“Henry C. Frick Much Affected by the News of the Crime.” Daily Picayune 13 Sept. 1901 v65n232: part 1, p. 7. READ

“Here and There.” Aurora Daily Express 24 Sept. 1901 v20n5764: p. 1. READ

“Here and There and the Presidents” [chapter 11], by A. B. Farquhar and Samuel Crowther. The First Million the Hardest. Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1922: pp. 206-31. READ

“The Hero of Buffalo.” Freeman 21 Sept. 1901 v14n38: p. [5]. READ

“Hero of Mc’Kinley [sic] Assassination in Cell.” Winchester News 26 Feb. 1909 v1n116: p. 1. READ

“Hero Parker Returns.” Colored American 10 Sept. 1904 v11n15: p. 8. READ

“Herr Most Arraigned.” Daily Picayune 17 Sept. 1901 v65n236: p. 1. READ

“Herr Most Gets Year’s Sentence.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 14 Oct. 1901 v54n54: p. 1. READ

“Herr Most Mostly Mouth.” Wichita Daily Eagle 12 Dec. 1901 v36n22: p. [4]. READ

“Herr Most’s Wail.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 21 Oct. 1901 v54n61: p. 4. READ

“The Hidden Sense in the Bible” [part 1, chapter 14], by J. P. Anderson. Angelic Wisdom. Salem: Statesman Publishing, 1904: pp. 160-76. READ

“High Honor from the President.” Buffalo Enquirer 5 Sept. 1901 v58n33: p. 2. READ

“High Pulse Rate; Causes and Remedies,” by Thomas C. Duncan. Hahnemannian Advocate 15 Oct. 1901 v40n10: pp. 375-77. READ

“The Higher Power” [part 1], by E. A. Crooks. Christian Nation 2 Apr. 1902 v36: pp. 1-2. READ

“The Higher Power” [part 2], by E. A. Crooks. Christian Nation 9 Apr. 1902 v36n916: pp. 1-2. READ

“The Higher Way,” by Marion Craig Wentworth. Socialist Spirit Oct. 1901 v1n2: pp. 19-20. READ

“Highways and Byways.” Chautauquan Oct. 1901 v34n1: pp. 3-14. READ

“Highways and Byways.” Chautauquan Nov. 1901 v34n2: pp. 117-18. READ

“Hint of a M’Kinley Plot.” Chicago Daily Tribune 23 Sept. 1901 v60n266: p. 2. READ

“His Accidency,” by Charles C. Moore. Blue Grass Blade 5 Jan. 1902 v10n46: p. 2. READ

“His Chances Poor.” Spokesman-Review 8 Sept. 1901 v19n85: p. 9. READ

“His End Near.” Missouri Valley Times 31 Oct. 1901 v34n19: p. [9]. READ

“His Face Is Weak.” Minneapolis Journal 11 Sept. 1901: p. 6. READ

“His Sisters.” Stark County Democrat 10 Sept. 1901 v67n133: p. 5. READ

“‘His Will Be Done,’” by Charles D. Platt. Meriden Daily Journal 18 Sept. 1901 v31n67: p. [6]. READ

“‘His Will Be Done,’” by W. R. Rose. Cleveland Plain Dealer 15 Sept. 1901 v60n258: part 1, p. 6. READ

“Home Again” [chapter 35], by Charles Buckner Hudgins. The Convert. New York: Neale Publishing, 1908: pp. 314-21. READ

“‘Home and Free from Care.’” Country Life 21 Sept. 1901 v10n246: pp. 354. READ

“Home Life in the White House” [chapter 11], by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson. My Brother Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921: pp. 206-35. READ

“The Home Life of McKinley,” by W. H. Crook. Saturday Evening Post 3 Dec. 1910 v183n23: pp. 26-30. READ

“The Home of Czolgosz.” Cleveland Leader 16 Sept. 1901 v54n259: p. 10. READ

“Home of Czolgosz Is In Cleveland.” Cleveland Leader 8 Sept. 1901 v54n251: p. 2. READ

“The Home of Leon Czolgosz on Fleet-St., Cleveland, Ohio.” New-York Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v61n20022: p. 3. READ

“The Homœopathic Congress.” Monthly Homœopathic Review 1 Oct. 1901 v45n10: pp. 612-39. READ

“Homœopathic Materia Medica as Applied to Surgery,” by Willis A. Dewey. Chironian 25 May 1902 v18n8: pp. 120-26. READ

“Hon. Truman Clark White.” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part II, pp. 41-42. READ

“Hon. William McKinley.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: 42. READ

“Honor Jim Parker,” by Mrs. W. F. C. Buffalo Evening News 13 Sept. 1901 v42n132: p. 9. READ

“A Hopeful Sign.” Youngstown Vindicator 9 Sept. 1901 v13n7: p. 1. READ

“Horticulture Building and Temple of Music,” by C. D. Arnold. Official Views of Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“The Hospital.” Cosmopolitan Sept. 1901 v31n5: p. 514. READ

“Hospital.” Gaillard’s Medical Journal Apr. 1901 v74n4: p. 127. READ

“House Cleaning,” by Charles Lewis Bartholomew. Minneapolis Journal 13 Sept. 1901: p. 2. READ

“House of Representatives.” Congressional Record 15 Jan. 1902 v35n22: pp. 652-70. READ

“House of Representatives.” Congressional Record 20 Jan. 1902 v35n25: pp. 771-89. READ

“How Anarchy Should Be Watched,” by Herman F. Schuettler. Chicago Sunday Tribune 15 Sept. 1901 v60n258: part 2, p. 13. READ

“How Brother Heard the News.” Chicago Sunday Tribune 8 Sept. 1901 v60n251: part 1, p. 4. READ

“How Czolgosz Will Meet His Death.” Black and White Budget 26 Oct. 1901 v6n107: pp. 138-39. READ

“How Dr. Mann Was Brought.” Milwaukee Sentinel 14 Sept. 1901 n23689: p. 8. READ

“How Justice Is Administered,” by Lillian Harman. Socialist Spirit Oct. 1901 v1n2: p. 29. READ

“How New York Received the News,” by John Kendrick Bangs. Harper’s Weekly 14 Sept. 1901 v45n2334: pp. 910-11. READ

“How President McKinley Started His Great Buffalo Speech.” Typewriter and Phonographic World Oct. 1901 v18n2: pp. 138-39. READ

“How Shall God Be Satisfied?” [chapter 14], by William Curtis Stiles. The Upper Way. New York: Eaton and Mains, 1904: pp. 140-48. READ

“How the Path Led to the White House” [chapter 10], by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson. My Brother Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921: pp. 194-205. READ

“How to Combat Anarchism,” by M. Van Hamel. Chicago Sunday Tribune 15 Sept. 1901 v60n258: part 2, p. 13. READ

“How to Conquer Disease” [chapter 3], by Bernarr Macfadden. Macfadden’s Encyclopedia of Physical Culture. 5th ed. Vol. 1. New York: Physical Culture Publishing, 1920: pp. 53-122. READ

“How to Deal with Anarchists.” Spectator 14 Sept. 1901 n3820: pp. 340-41. READ

“How to Deal with Anarchists,” by Herbert Maxwell. Spectator 21 Sept. 1901 n3821: p. 389. READ

“How to Pronounce It.” Norfolk Landmark 20 Sept. 1901 v53n21: p. 4. READ

“How to Protect Our Presidents,” by John Mellen Thurston. Evening Argus 1 Oct. 1901 v10n60: p. [7]. READ

“Humane, Decent, Orderly.” Auburn Weekly Bulletin 1 Nov. 1901 v20n88: p. 5. READ

“Hushed Is Our Stricken Land To-Day,” by Delia Austrian. Love Songs. Chicago: W. B. Conkey, 1902: pp. 86-87. READ

“Hypocrital [sic] Newspapers.” International Wood Worker Sept. 1901 v10n9: p. 101. READ

 


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