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 Appendix (in book)

Ellis, Havelock. “Additional Notes to Fourth Edition” [appendix E]. The Criminal. 4th ed., rev. and enlarged. London: Walter Scott Publishing, 1913: pp. 412-32. READ

Marvin, Frederic Rowland. “Appendix.” The Last Words (Real and Traditional) of Distinguished Men and Women. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1902: pp. 323-38. READ

Olcott, Charles S. “The McKinley Monuments” [appendix 3]. The Life of William McKinley. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 389-95. READ

Olcott, Charles S. “The Trial of the Assassin” [appendix 2]. The Life of William McKinley. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 385-88. READ

 

 Article (in book)

Abbott, Lawrence F. “Roosevelt, Theodore.” The Encyclopædia Britannica. 11th ed. Vol. 23. Cambridge: Encyclopædia Britannica, 1911: pp. 707-11. READ

“[Bailey, Charles H.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, pp. 110-11. READ

“[Bliss Brothers (Harry A. and Frank H.)].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 414. READ

“Buffalo Facts.” Ins and Outs of Buffalo, the Queen City of the Lakes. Buffalo: A. B. Floyd, 1899: p. 198. READ

Bump, Charles Weathers. “Inside the British Museum.” By Rail or Water: Facts of Interest to Travelers and Importers. By Arthur W. Robson. 1907 ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1906: 55-57. READ

“[Crego, Floyd S.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 454. READ

“[Cusack, Patrick V.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 559. READ

“Czolgosz, Leon.” The Encyclopedia Americana. Vol. 8. New York: Encyclopedia Americana, 1920: p. 384. READ

“Discussion of the Papers of Drs. Guerry, Ransohoff, and Coffey.” Transactions of the Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association. Ed. W. D. Haggard. Vol. 22. [n.p.]: Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association, 1910: pp. 146-60. READ

“[Emery, Hon. Edward K.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 532. READ

“Exposition, The Pan-American.” The Annual Cyclopædia. New York: D. Appleton, 1902: pp. 213-20. READ

“[Fowler, Joseph].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, pp. 518-19. READ

“[Fronczak, Francis E.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, pp. 439-40. READ

“A Glimpse through Pittsburg’s [sic] Haze of Smoke.” The American Society of Curio Collectors’ Year Book for Nineteen Hundred and Two. Comp. and. ed. Roy Farrell Greene. Arkansas City: Roy Farrell Greene, 1902: pp. 70-71. READ

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

“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

Logan, Mary S. “Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt.” The Part Taken by Women in American History. Wilmington: Perry-Nalle, 1912: pp. 282-83. READ

Logan, Mary S. “Ida Saxton McKinley.” The Part Taken by Women in American History. Wilmington: Perry-Nalle, 1912: pp. 281-82. READ

“McKinley, Ida Saxton.” The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans. Ed. Rossiter Johnson. Vol. 7. Boston: Biographical Society, 1904: [no pagination]. READ

“McKinley, Mrs. Ida Saxton.” American Women: Fifteen Hundred Biographies. Ed. Frances E. Willard and Mary A. Livermore. Rev. ed. Vol. 2. New York: Mast, Crowell, and Kirkpatrick, 1897: pp. 487-88. READ

“McKinley, William.” The Current Cyclopedia of Reference. Ed. Charles Leonard-Stuart and Charles Smith Morris. Vol. 3. New York: Syndicate, 1912: [no pagination]. READ

“McKinley, William.” The Encyclopedia Americana. Vol. 18. New York: Encyclopedia Americana, 1920: pp. 72-73. READ

“McKinley, William.” The Encyclopædia Britannica. 11th ed. Vol. 17. Cambridge: Encyclopædia Britannica, 1911: pp. 256-59. READ

“McKinley, William.” The International Year Book. Ed. Frank Moore Colby. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1902: pp. 464-69. READ

“[Milburn, John G.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 33. READ

“M’Kinley, William.” The Everyman Encyclopædia. Comp. Andrew Boyle. Vol. 9. New York: E. P. Dutton, [1913-14]: pp. 13-14. READ

“[Mynter, H.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 48. READ

“Pancreatic Diseases.” The Standard Physician. Ed. James Crichton-Browne, William H. Broadbent, Alfred T. Schofield, Karl Reissig, and Smith Ely Jelliffe. Vol. 3. London: Educational Book, 1908: p. 770. READ

“[Park, Roswell].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, pp. 50-51. READ

“[Parmenter, John].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 449. READ

“Police Department.” Ins and Outs of Buffalo, the Queen City of the Lakes. Buffalo: A. B. Floyd, 1899: p. 40. READ

“[Quackenbush, James L.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 27. READ

“Retrospect for 1911.” Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for 1912. Comp. Thomas G. Thrum. Honolulu: Thos. G. Thrum, 1911: pp. 137-59. READ

“Roosevelt, Theodore.” Who’s Who in New York City and State. Ed. John W. Leonard. 3rd ed. New York: L. R. Hamersly, 1907: pp. 1124-25. READ

“Roosevelt, Theodore.” Who’s Who in New York City and State. Ed. John W. Leonard. 4th biennial ed. New York: L. R. Hamersly, 1909: pp. 1122-23. READ

“[Titus, Hon. Robert C.].” Our County and Its People. Ed. Truman C. White. Vol. 2. [n.p.]: Boston History, 1898: part III, p. 519. READ

 

 Chapter (in book)

Adami, J. George, and John McCrae. “The Digestive System” [chapter 9]. A Text-Book of Pathology for Students of Medicine. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1912: pp. 522-98. READ

Addams, Jane. “Echoes of the Russian Revolution” [chapter 17]. Twenty Years at Hull-House. New York: Macmillan, 1911: pp. 400-26. READ

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

Andrews, E. Benjamin. “Mr. McKinley’s End” [chapter 19]. History of the United States. Vol. 5. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1903: pp. 359-81. READ

Andrews, E. Benjamin. “The Pan-American Exposition, 1901” [chapter 18]. History of the United States. Vol. 5. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1903: pp. 341-58. READ

Babcock, Bernie. “Death to the Cat’s-Paw” [chapter 10]. With Claw and Fang. Indianapolis: Clean Politics Publishing, 1911: pp. 101-12. READ

Babcock, Bernie. “Victory of Anti-Christ” [chapter 9]. With Claw and Fang. Indianapolis: Clean Politics Publishing, 1911: pp. 89-100. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Assassination of President Mc Kinley” [chapter 18]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 354-68. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “The Future” [chapter 21]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 394-413. READ

Banks, Charles Eugene, and Le Roy Armstrong. “Succeeds to the Presidency” [chapter 19]. Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 369-78. READ

Barton, William E. “Across Europe” [chapter 26]. The Old World in the New Century. Boston: Pilgrim Press, 1902: pp. 440-76. READ

Benjamin, Louis, and Albert Durrant Watson. “Messages of Fifty-Five Minds through One Soul.” Birth through Death. New York: James A. McCann, 1920: pp. 244-56. READ

Blackmar, Frank W., and John Lewis Gillin. “Crime: Its Causes and Prevention” [chapter 4]. Outlines of Sociology. New York: Macmillan, 1921: pp. 478-98. READ

Bowker, Alfred. “Chapter II” [part 2]. The King Alfred Millenary. London: Macmillan, 1902: pp. 56-84. READ

Bowker, Alfred. “Chapter II” [part 3]. The King Alfred Millenary. London: Macmillan, 1902: pp. 155-65. READ

Brown, Demetra Vaka. “Coming Home to Turkey” [chapter 1]. Haremlik. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1910: pp. 1-29. READ

Browning, William Garritson. “Assassination of President McKinley” [chapter 8]. A Few More Words. Poughkeepsie: [n.p.], 1902: pp. 122-35. READ

Browning, William Garritson. “Keeping Well” [chapter 13]. Beyond Fourscore. Poughkeepsie: A. V. Haight, 1907: pp. 379-99. READ

Bryce, James. “The Press in a Democracy” [chapter 10]. Modern Democracies. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillan, 1921: pp. 92-110. READ

Cabot, Ella Lyman. “The Darkness of Sin” [chapter 6]. Everyday Ethics. New York: Henry Holt, 1907: pp. 77-92. READ

Carey, Joseph. “Westward” [chapter 1]. By the Golden Gate. Albany: Albany Diocesan Press, 1902: pp. 11-40. READ

Carter, William Harding. “Philippine Service” [chapter 27]. The Life of Lieutenant General Chaffee. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1917: pp. 236-58. READ

Cattell, Henry W. “General Considerations” [chapter 1]. Post-Mortem Pathology. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1903: pp. 1-13. READ

Channing, Edward. “The United States in Our Own Times, 1898-1913” [chapter 16]. A Students’ History of the United States. 3rd rev. ed. New York: Macmillan, 1917: pp. 561-601. READ

Chapin, Charles. “Breaking into Park Row” [chapter 8]. Charles Chapin’s Story. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1920: pp. 155-71. READ

Clark, Champ. “McKinley and Roosevelt” [chapter 16]. My Quarter Century of American Politics. Vol. 1. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1920: pp. 424-49. READ

“The Closing Scenes.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: pp. 35-44. READ

Corning, A. Elwood. “McKinley in the Home and as Commander-in-Chief” [chapter 6]. William McKinley: A Biographical Study. New York: Broadway Publishing, 1907: pp. 133-59. READ

Corning, A. Elwood. “An Orator and His Speeches” [chapter 4]. William McKinley: A Biographical Study. New York: Broadway Publishing, 1907: pp. 78-108. READ

Creelman, James. “McKinley, the Forgiving” [chapter 20]. On the Great Highway. Boston: Lothrop, 1901: pp. 403-18. READ

Crockett, Walter Hill. “The Beginning of a New Century” [chapter 37]. Vermont: The Green Mountain State. Vol. 4. New York: Century History, 1921: pp. 303-450. READ

Croly, Herbert. “The Death of President McKinley” [chapter 23]. Marcus Alonzo Hanna: His Life and Work. New York: Macmillan, 1912: pp. 355-68. READ

Croly, Herbert. “The Panama Canal” [chapter 24]. Marcus Alonzo Hanna: His Life and Work. New York: Macmillan, 1912: pp. 369-85. READ

Currier, Albert H. “The Problem of Crime.” The Present Day Problem of Crime. Boston: Gorham Press, 1912: pp. 11-34. READ

Davidson, H. A. “The Albany Pastorate—1895-1910” [chapter 12]. David Otis Mears, D.D.: An Autobiography, 1842-1893. By David Otis Mears. Ed. H. A. Davidson. Boston: Pilgrim Press, 1920: pp. 182-205. READ

Dawson, Thomas Fulton. “Mr. Wolcott’s Friendships.” Life and Character of Edward Oliver Wolcott. Vol. 1. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1911: pp. 530-44. READ

Depew, Chauncey M. “William McKinley” [chapter 13]. My Memories of Eighty Years. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922: pp. 147-57. READ

Deutsch, Leo. “Chapter XXXIV.” Sixteen Years in Siberia. Trans. Helen Chisholm. London: John Murray, 1903: pp. 347-59. READ

Draper, Frank Winthrop. “Wounds in Their Medicolegal Relations (Continued)” [chapter 20]. A Text-Book of Legal Medicine. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1910: pp. 341-57. READ

Draper, William F. “Third Year in Rome—Close of Diplomatic Service” [chapter 21]. Recollections of a Varied Career. Boston: Little, Brown, 1908: pp. 317-33. READ

Dresser, Horatio W. “Thoughts” [chapter 18]. The Greatest Truth and Other Discourses and Interpretations. New York: Progressive Literature, 1907: pp. 167-88. READ

Dunn, Arthur Wallace. “The Youngest President” [chapter 30]. From Harrison to Harding. Vol. 1. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1922: pp. 352-67. READ

Eaton, James Demarest. “Some Journeys and Family Reunions” [chapter 20]. Life under Two Flags. New York: A. S. Barnes, 1922: pp. 269-85. READ

Elson, Henry William. “War and Expansion” [chapter 34]. History of the United States of America. New York: Macmillan, 1904: pp. 878-911. READ

Everett, Marshall. “The Assassination of President McKinley” [chapter 1]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 33-40. READ

Everett, Marshall. “Funeral Services in All Churches” [chapter 39]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 395-403. READ

Everett, Marshall. “The Funeral Train to Washington” [chapter 32]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 345-48. READ

Everett, Marshall. “Nation Observes Burial Day” [chapter 42]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 425-26, 429-30. READ

Everett, Marshall. “President Roosevelt Takes the Oath of Office” [chapter 28]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 304-18. READ

Everett, Marshall. “The Sad Journey to Canton” [chapter 37]. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 381-86. READ

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

Floyd, Silas Xavier. “Extracts from Orations and Addresses” [chapter 17]. Life of Charles T. Walker, D. D. Nashville: National Baptist Publishing Board, 1902: pp. 138-54. READ

Ford, James L. “Chapter II.” Forty-Odd Years in the Literary Shop. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1921: pp. 19-31. READ

George, Henry, Jr. “Physical, Mental and Moral Deterioration” [section 3, chapter 2]. The Menace of Privilege. New York: Macmillan, 1906: pp. 121-40. READ

Gibbs, Mifflin Wistar. “Chapter XXIX.” Shadow and Light. Washington, DC: [n.p.], 1902: pp. 327-35. READ

Gilbert, George Abner. “Traumatisms and Surgical Notes” [chapter 21]. A Text Book on Uric Acid and Its Congeners. Danbury: Danbury Medical Printing, 1907: pp. 188-96. READ

Gilman, Bradley. “The Presidential Plateau—First Half” [chapter 12]. Roosevelt: The Happy Warrior. Boston: Little, Brown, 1921: pp. 201-28. READ

Gilman, Bradley. “A Reluctant Vice-President” [chapter 11]. Roosevelt: The Happy Warrior. Boston: Little, Brown, 1921: pp. 182-200. READ

Godoy, Mercedes. “The Buffalo Exposition. President McKinley’s Assassination” [chapter 16]. When I Was a Girl in Mexico. Boston: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1919: pp. 104-08. READ

Greer, J. H. “Unnecessary Surgical Operations” [part 4, chapter 13]. The Wholesome Woman. Chicago: Athenæum Publishing House, 1902: pp. 470-85. READ

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

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

Hamilton, Allan McLane. “Political Murders” [chapter 21]. Recollections of an Alienist. New York: George H. Doran, 1916: pp. 342-68. READ

Hapgood, Hutchins. “The Radicals” [chapter 7]. The Spirit of Labor. New York: Duffield, 1907: pp. 138-66. READ

Haworth, Paul Leland. “The Golden Age of Materialism” [chapter 8]. Reconstruction and Union, 1865-1912. New York: Henry Holt, 1912: pp. 195-209. READ

Hawthorne, Julian. “The Twentieth Century” [chapter 38]. The History of the United States: From 1492 to 1910. Vol. 3. New York: P. F. Collier and Son, 1910: pp. 1122-70. READ

Hawthorne, Julian, James Schouler, and E. Benjamin Andrews. “McKinley’s End and the Rise of Roosevelt” [chapter 30]. United States: From the Discovery of the North American Continent up to the Present Time. Vol. 9. New York: Co-Operative Publication Society, 1904: pp. 289-310. READ

Healy, Chris. “Anarchism and Anarchists” [chapter 2]. Confessions of a Journalist. 2nd ed. London: Chatto and Windus, 1904: pp. 19-27. READ

Henderson, Mary Foote. “Anarchy: Its Cause and Cure.” The Aristocracy of Health. Washington, DC: Colton Publishing, 1904: pp. 538-44. READ

Hillis, Newell Dwight. “That Happiness Is Latent in Every Form of Trouble and Suffering” [chapter 2]. The Quest of Happiness. New York: Macmillan, 1913: pp. 39-64. READ

Hinsdale, Elizur Brace. “Public Questions” [chapter 9]. Autobiography with Reports and Documents. New York: J. J. Little, 1901: pp. 52-58. READ

Hoopes, Wilford L. “The Sixth Law.” The Code of the Spirit. Boston: Sherman, French, 1911: pp. 73-83. READ

Howland, Harold. “Roosevelt Becomes President” [chapter 6]. Theodore Roosevelt and His Times. Abraham Lincoln ed. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921: pp. 73-83. READ

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

Hudgins, Charles Buckner. “A National Tragedy” [chapter 34]. The Convert. New York: Neale Publishing, 1908: pp. 307-13. READ

Hunter, Robert. “Seeking the Causes” [chapter 6]. Violence and the Labor Movement. New York: Macmillan, 1919: 90-122. READ

Jamieson, John. “What Befell the Kirks” [chapter 15]. Bell the Cat; or, Who Destroyed the Scottish Abbeys? Stirling: Eneas Mackay, 1902: pp. 226-49. READ

Johnson, Francis. “Assassination of William McKinley” [chapter 24]. Famous Assassinations of History. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1903: pp. 381-95. READ

Jordan, David Starr. “Chapter Twenty-Two.” The Days of a Man. Vol. 1. Yonkers-on-Hudson: World Book, 1922: pp. 545-76. READ

Kempf, Edward J. “The Psychopathology of Paranoia” [chapter 9]. Psychopathology. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby, 1920: pp. 421-76. READ

Kenny, Courtney Stanhope. “Rules of Evidence Peculiar to Criminal Law” [book 3, chapter 26]. Outlines of Criminal Law. 5th ed. rev. Cambridge: University Press, 1913: pp. 381-408. READ

Larned, J. N. “In the Era of the Railways: 1851-1908” [section 1, chapter 3]. A History of Buffalo. Vol. 1. New York: Progress of the Empire State, 1911: pp. 62-96. READ

Latané, John Holladay. “Free Silver Versus Imperialism (1900)” [chapter 7]. America as a World Power, 1897-1907. New York: Harper, 1907: pp. 120-32. READ

Laufer, Calvin Weiss. “The Father’s Friendship Never Faileth” [chapter 29]. Key-Notes of Optimism. Boston: Sherman, French, 1911: pp. 144-47. READ

Leupp, Francis E. “New Faces in Old Places” [chapter 8]. Walks about Washington. Boston: Little, Brown, 1915: pp. 207-34. READ

Lucy, Henry. “Chapter XVIII.” The Diary of a Journalist. London: John Murray, 1922: pp. 231-47. READ

Lydston, G. Frank. “Anarchy in Its Relations to Crime” [chapter 6]. The Diseases of Society. 4th ed. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1906: pp. 229-302. READ

Mabie, Hamilton Wright. “The United States Becomes a World Power” [chapter 20]. This Country of Ours. Philadelphia: John C. Winston, 1902: pp. 383-402. READ

Macfadden, Bernarr. “Fasting as a Curative Measure” [chapter 1]. Macfadden’s Encyclopedia of Physical Culture. 5th ed. Vol. 3. New York: Physical Culture Publishing, 1920: pp. 1203-1396. READ

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

Marquis, T. G. “President William McKinley (Concluded)” [chapter 28]. Presidents of the United States from Pierce to McKinley. Toronto: Linscott, 1907: pp. 455-68. READ

Marsh, Daniel L. “Two Supreme Foes of the People, and One Supreme Privilege” [chapter 5]. The Challenge of Pittsburgh. New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1917: pp. 145-83. READ

Marston, E. “Among the Rainbows” [chapter 10]. Fishing for Pleasure and Catching It. London: T. Werner Laurie, 1906: pp. 86-96. READ

Mason, Edith Huntington. “After Four Years” [chapter 1]. The Politician. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1910: pp. 9-23. READ

McClure, Alexander K. “McKinley’s Triumph and Tragic Death.” Colonel Alexander K. McClure’s Recollections of Half a Century. Salem: Salem Press, 1902: pp. 145-53. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “The Assassin and the Anarchists” [chapter 28]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 438-47. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Czolgosz Pays the Penalty” [chapter 29]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 448-53. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “The Impressive State Funeral Ceremonies” [chapter 22]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 349-62. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “The Last Home-Coming to Canton” [chapter 23]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 365-78. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Nearing the End” [chapter 17]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 290-301. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Obsequies of the Martyred President” [chapter 21]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 337-48. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “The President’s Last Speech” [chapter 18]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 302-14. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt—President and Man” [chapter 32]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 492-503. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President” [chapter 31]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 466-91. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “William McKinley, the Noble American: An Introduction” [chapter 1]. The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 17-30. READ

Mencken, H. L. “The Old Subject” [chapter 12]. A Book of Burlesques. New rev. ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1920: pp. 213-19. READ

Monell, S. H. “Methods of Localization” [chapter 24]. A System of Instruction in X-Ray Methods and Medical Uses of Light, Hot-Air, Vibration and High-Frequency Currents. New York: E. R. Pelton, 1902: pp. 225-47. READ

Morris, Charles. “A Vigorous Champion in the Presidential Chair” [chapter 8]. Battling for the Right: The Life-Story of Theodore Roosevelt. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 63-68. READ

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “President Roosevelt’s Administration” [chapter 12]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 171-81. READ

Mowbray, Jay Henry. “Suddenly Called to Be President” [chapter 11]. Illustrious Career and Heroic Deeds of Colonel Roosevelt, “The Intellectual Giant. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 165-70. READ

Nation, Carry A. “Chapter XVI.” The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation. Rev. ed. Topeka: F. M. Steves and Sons, 1909: pp. 233-45. READ

Nicholson, Katharine Stanley. “Pines—Sequoias” [chapter 14]. Historic American Trees. New York: Frye Publishing, 1922: pp. 77-80. READ

O’Hanlon, John Canon. “Chapter XLVI.” Irish American History of the United States. Vol. 2. New York: Murphy and McCarthy, 1920: pp. 662-77. READ

Olcott, Charles S. “The Tragedy at Buffalo” [chapter 34]. The Life of William McKinley. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 313-33. READ

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

Pendel, Thomas F. “Chapter X.” Thirty-Six Years in the White House. Washington, DC: Neale, 1902: pp. 153-68. READ

Pickett, L. L. “Romanism and Politics” [chapter 24]. Uncle Sam or the Pope, Which? Louisville: Pentecostal Publishing, 1916: pp. 269-91. READ

Piggott, Michael. “The American Language” [chapter 16]. American Genealogy. Quincy: [n.p.], 1915: pp. 281-307. READ

Platt, George W. “M’Kinley” [chapter 19]. A History of the Republican Party. Cincinnati: C. J. Krehbiel, 1904: pp. 244-84. READ

Platt, Thomas Collier. “1900-1901” [chapter 19]. The Autobiography of Thomas Collier Platt. Comp. and ed. Louis J. Lang. New York: B. W. Dodge, 1910: pp. 383-405. READ

Pocock, Roger. “The Cowboy President” [chapter 28]. Captains of Adventure. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1913: pp. 202-07. READ

“The Presidents, Their Wives, and Famous Ladies of the White House, Continued—President and Mrs. McKinley’s Reign—His Assassination” [chapter 52]. Thirty Years in Washington. Ed. Mary S. Logan. Hartford: A. D. Worthington, 1901: pp. 721-41. READ

Quinn, S. J. “Chapter XVIII.” The History of the City of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Richmond: Hermitage Press, 1908: pp. 263-79. READ

Ravogli, A. “Syphilis in Relation to Degeneracy” [chapter 2]. Syphilis in Its Medical, Medico-Legal and Sociological Aspects. New York: Grafton Press, 1907: pp. 343-411. READ

Reisner, Christian F. “Providentially Prepared for His Career” [chapter 4]. Roosevelt’s Religion. New York: Abingdon Press, 1922: pp. 71-89. READ

Ridpath, John Clark. “The McKinley-Roosevelt Administration” [chapter 117]. The New Complete History of the United States of America. Official ed. Vol. 14. Washington, DC: Ridpath History, 1907: pp. 5765-820. READ

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

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

Russell, Ethel. “Chapter V.” The Vanity of Human Grandeur. Knoxville: [n.p.], 1904: pp. 29-36. READ

Schroeder, Theodore. “On Suppressing the Advocacy of Crime” [chapter 3]. Free Speech for Radicals. Enlarged ed. Riverside: Hillacre Bookhouse, 1916: pp. 23-36. READ

Senn, Nicholas. “Chapter XVIII.” Around the World via Siberia. Chicago: W. B. Conkey, 1902: pp. 347-67. READ

Severy, Melvin L. “The Lawlessness of the Law. Strikes and Injunctions” [book 6, chapter 3]. Gillette’s Social Redemption. Boston: Herbert B. Turner, 1907: pp. 295-310. READ

Shaw, Bernard. “Maxims for Revolutionists.” Man and Superman: A Comedy and a Philosophy. New York: Brentano’s, 1922: pp. 227-44. READ

Sherman, John. “Personal Sketch of Hon. William McKinley” [chapter 1]. Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of 1896. By Murat Halstead. [n.p.]: Edgewood, 1896: pp. 17-29. READ

Sinclair, Upton. “The Revolution” [chapter 6]. The Industrial Republic. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1907: pp. 179-214. READ

Smith, Nicholas. “Nearer, My God, to Thee” [chapter 21]. Hymns Historically Famous. Chicago: Advance Publishing, 1901: pp. 174-82. READ

Smith, William Henry. “The Assassination of President McKinley” [chapter 11]. The Life and Speeches of Hon. Charles Warren Fairbanks. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, 1904: pp. 154-61. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “A Nation’s Loss” [chapter 14]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 69-72. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “Obsequies” [chapter 15]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 73-78. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “Opinions of Noted Men” [chapter 17]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 89-90. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “President’s Day” [chapter 13]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 65-68. READ

Snow, Jane Elliott. “A Retrospect” [chapter 1]. The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 13-14. READ

Stalker, James. “Courage” [chapter 2]. The Seven Cardinal Virtues. New York: American Tract Society, 1902: pp. 24-40. READ

Stealey, O. O. “At the White House” [chapter 5]. Twenty Years in the Press Gallery. New York: O. O. Stealey, 1906: pp. 27-32. READ

Stealey, O. O. “The Private Secretary” [chapter 6]. Twenty Years in the Press Gallery. New York: O. O. Stealey, 1906: pp. 33-37. READ

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

Stratemeyer, Edward. “Chapter XXIX.” American Boys’ Life of William McKinley. Boston: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, 1901: pp. 281-89. READ

Stratemeyer, Edward. “Chapter XXX.” American Boys’ Life of William McKinley. Boston: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, 1901: pp. 290-95. READ

Strickland, C. A. “Retrospection” [chapter 6]. One Free Life at a Time. Salt Lake City: C. A. Strickland, 1902: pp. 66-81. READ

Synge, John M. “Part IV.” The Works of John M. Synge. Vol. 3. Boston: John W. Luce, 1912: pp. 184-234. READ

Taft, Helen Herron. “Governor Taft” [chapter 10]. Recollections of Full Years. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1914: pp. 206-32. READ

Thomas, Augustus. “Gambols and Travels” [chapter 20]. The Print of My Remembrance. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922: pp. 362-77. READ

Thorleif. “First Sunday: The Lovers of My Soul.” Sunday Labor. Mount Morris: Kable Brothers, 1906: pp. 11-31. READ

Townsend, G. W. “Chapter XXIV.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 460-66. READ

Tracy, Frank Basil. “Canada under Laurier” [chapter 59]. The Tercentenary History of Canada. Vol. 3. New York: P. F. Collier and Son, 1908: pp. 1019-36. READ

Vizetelly, Ernest Alfred. “King Humbert—Bresci—President McKinley—Czolgosz (1898-1901)” [chapter 10]. The Anarchists: Their Faith and Their Record. London: Lane, 1911: pp. 240-59. READ

Walsh, David. “Surgery” [part 2, chapter A]. The Röntgen Rays in Medical Work. 4th ed. New York: William Wood, 1907: pp. 125-310. READ

Warde, Frederick. “The Genesis of the Warde-James Combination” [chapter 18]. Fifty Years of Make-Believe. New York: International Press Syndicate, 1920: pp. 236-51. READ

Washburn, George. “New Professors and New Buildings. 1901-1902” [chapter 25]. Fifty Years in Constantinople and Recollections of Robert College. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1909: pp. 275-83. READ

Watkins, Robert Lincoln. “The Examination of the Blood in President M’Kinley’s Case.” Diagnosis by Means of the Blood. New York: Physicians Book Publishing, 1902: pp. 227-32. READ

White, Andrew Dickson. “Berlin, Yale, Oxford, and St. Andrews—1901-1903” [chapter 43]. Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White. Vol. 2. New York: Century, 1905: pp. 197-217. READ

Wilson, M. L. “Chapter Three.” Biography of Mary Hartwell Catherwood. Newark: American Tribune Printery, 1904: pp. 51-69. READ

Wise, John S. “Theodore Roosevelt” [chapter 13]. Recollections of Thirteen Presidents. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1906: pp. 237-76. READ

Wise, John S. “William McKinley” [chapter 12]. Recollections of Thirteen Presidents. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1906: pp. 213-33. READ

Wolf, Simon. “William McKinley.” The Presidents I Have Known from 1860-1918. 2nd ed. Washington, DC: Byron S. Adams, 1918: pp. 167-83. READ

Wright, John. “Bibles Owned by the Presidents of the United States and Their Families.” Historic Bibles in America. New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1905: pp. 27-57. READ

Young, Frederick. “Introductory—Voyage to Canada viâ New York” [chapter 1]. A Pioneer of Imperial Federation in Canada. London: George Allen, 1902: pp. 1-23. READ

 

 Chronological entry (in book)

Dillon, Philip Robert. “Jan. 29 (1843).” American Anniversaries. New York: Philip R. Dillon, 1918: pp. 14-15. READ

 

 Chronology (in book)

“Chronological Record of the Life of President William McKinley” [chapter 19]. Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President. Ed. Samuel Fallows. Chicago: Regan Printing, 1901: pp. 227-31. READ

“Chronology of President William McKinley.” Round-About New York. New York: Bloomingdale Brothers, 1902: p. 247. READ

Stratemeyer, Edward. “Chronology of the Life of William McKinley” [appendix B]. American Boys’ Life of William McKinley. Boston: Lothrop, Lee, and Shephard, 1901: pp. 309-16. READ

Townsend, G. W. “Principal Events during President McKinley’s Administration.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 185-86. READ

 

 Editorial (in book)

“McKinley Memorials.” The Architectural Annual. Ed. Albert Kelsey. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Architectural Annual, 1901: pp. 30-31. READ

 

 Essay (in book)

Adams, Charles Francis. “A National Change of Heart.” Lee at Appomattox and Other Papers. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1902: pp. 256-73. READ

Atwood, Harry F. “William McKinley’s Sublime Trust in God.” Keep God in American History. Chicago: Laird and Lee, 1919: [no pagination]. READ

Babbott, William M. “[Letter VIII].” Letters Touching Unrest, Cause and Remedy. New York: William M. Babbott, 1904: pp. 96-141. READ

Becker, Tracy C., and Charles Anderson Boston. “Mental Unsoundness in Its Legal Relations.” Medical Jurisprudence, Forensic Medicine, and Toxicology. By R. A. Witthaus and Tracy C. Becker. 2nd ed. Vol. 3. New York: William Wood, 1909: pp. 347-576. READ

Bell, Clark. “The Assassination of the American President.” Medico-Legal Studies. Vol. 7. New York: Medico-Legal Journal, 1902: pp. 248-50. READ

Bierce, Ambrose. “A Thumb-Nail Sketch.” The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce. Vol. 12. New York: Neale, 1912: pp. 305-15. READ

Crawford, J. S. “Political Anarchism—Its Policy and Philosophy.” Philosophic Anarchism,—Its Good Side and Its Very Bad. Cherokee: J. S. Crawford, 1911: pp. 5-52. READ

“Description of the Statue.” Unveiling of the McKinley Statue. [n.p.]: [n.p.], [1903?]: pp. 11-12. READ

“The Exposition.” Official Catalogue and Guide Book to the Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Charles Ahrhart, 1901: pp. 11-63. READ

Goldman, Emma. “The Psychology of Political Violence.” Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth, 1910: pp. 85-114. READ

Hodge, O. J. “Czolgosz, the Assassin.” Reminiscences. Vol. 2. Cleveland: Brooks, 1910: pp. 128-30. READ

Holmes, Bayard. “Shall We Convict, Sentence and Punish, or Commit, Care for and Cure the Insane Delinquent?” The Friends of the Insane, The Soul of Medical Education and Other Essays. Cincinnati: Lancet-Clinic Publishing, 1911: pp. 7-13. READ

Horton, Katharine Pratt. “Personal Reminiscences of President’s Day.” Memorial to the Late President McKinley. Buffalo: Buffalo Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1901: pp. 7-13. READ

“Interior Agency.” Seventy-Eighth Annual Report of the American Tract Society. New York: American Tract Society, [1903]: pp. 90-106. READ

Kelley, William Valentine. “Oscar Wilde: The Consummate Flower of Æstheticism.” Down the Road and Other Essays of Nature, Life, Literature, and Religion. New York: Eaton and Mains, 1911: pp. 105-34. READ

Labadie, Jo. “Anarchism and Crime.” Essays. Detroit: Labadie Shop, 1911: pp. 9-29. READ

Marvin, Frederic Rowland. “Stage-Fright.” The Companionship of Books and Other Papers. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1905: pp. 265-75. READ

Masters, Edgar Lee. “Theodore Roosevelt.” The New Star Chamber and Other Essays. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing, 1904: pp. 25-36. READ

“The McKinley Monument.” The McKinley Memorial in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: McKinley Memorial Association, 1909: pp. 3-20. READ

Moyer, Harold N. “Forensic Medicine.” The Practical Medicine Series of Year Books. Ed. George F. Butler, Henry B. Favill, Norman Bridge, and Harold N. Moyer. Vol. 7. Chicago: Year Book, 1902: pp. 243-62. READ

“A Postscript.” That Reminds Me. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs, 1905: p. 10. READ

Sibley, William G. “The Story of Freemasonry.” The French Five Hundred and Other Papers. Gallipolis: Tribune Press, 1901: pp. 121-209. READ

Smith, James Power. “A Cloudy Day.” Brightside Idyls. Richmond: Central Presbyterian, 1904: pp. 102-03. READ

Stead, W. T. “The Mission of the Cinematograph.” The Americanisation of the World. London: Review of Reviews, 1902: pp. 174-82. READ

“Story of the Tragedy of the Death of President McKinley.” Round-About New York. New York: Bloomingdale Brothers, 1902: pp. 244-46. READ

Talbot, Eugene S. “Degeneracy and Political Assassination.” Developmental Pathology. Chicago: [n.p.], 1905: pp. 1-24. READ

Triggs, Oscar Lovell. “‘Where Is the Poet?’” The Changing Order: A Study of Democracy. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 1913: pp. 181-94. READ

Tuttle, Emma Rood. “The Death of M’Kinley.” A Golden Sheaf. By Hudson Tuttle and Emma Rood Tuttle. Subscribers’ ed. Berlin Heights: Tuttle Publishing, 1907: pp. 249-50. READ

Watrous, J. A. “A Busy Day for McKinley.” Richard Epps and Other Stories. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1906: pp. 95-98. READ

Webber, A. Bernard. “The Influence of a Bible School.” Stories and Poems for Public Addresses. New York: George H. Doran, 1922: pp. 29-30. READ

Wiggam, Albert Edward. “William McKinley—A Memorial Tribute.” Indiana Writers of Poems and Prose. Comp. Edward Joseph Hamilton. Chicago: Western Press Association, 1902: [no pagination]. READ

Wilcox, Ansley. “Theodore Roosevelt, President.” How Theodore Roosevelt Became President of the United States in Buffalo, September 14, 1901. [Buffalo?]: Roosevelt Memorial Association, 1919: pp. 3-6. READ

Williams, Jesse Lynch. “Mr. Cleveland: A Personal Impression.” Mr. Cleveland: A Personal Impression. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1909: pp. 1-75. READ

 

 Fiction (in book)

Fleming, Thomas. “[The Lion of the Day].” Around the “Pan” with Uncle Hank: His Trip through the Pan-American Exposition. New York: Nut Shell, 1901: pp. 141-47. READ

 

 Foreword (in book)

Edgerton, James Arthur. “Foreword.” Glimpses of the Real. Denver: Reed Publishing, 1903: pp. 5-7. READ

 

 Ground plan (in book)

“Ground Plan of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: p. 191. READ

 

 Illustration (in book)

Hofsten, Hugo von. “President William McKinley.” McKinley, Garfield, Lincoln: Their Lives—Their Deeds—Their Deaths. By William Dixon Bancroft. Chicago: United States Newspaper Syndicate, 1901: frontispiece. READ

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

“In Memoriam President McKinley 1843-1901.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: frontispiece. READ

“McKinley Making His Famous Speech at the Pan-American.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“McKinley-Roosevelt.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“New Emergency Hospital—Pan-American in Background.” The Iris. Vol. 4. [Buffalo]: Iris Board, University of Buffalo, 1901: p. 84. READ

“Temple of Music.” The Pan-American Exposition and How to See It. Ed. Mark Bennitt. Buffalo: Goff, 1901: [no pagination]. READ

“Theodore Roosevelt.” The Life Work of William McKinley. By Edward T. Roe. Chicago: Laird and Lee, 1901: p. 184. READ

“Three Presidents Who Have Fallen Victims to Assassins’ Bullets.” The Illustrious Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President. By Murat Halstead. Prospectus. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

 

 Interview (in book)

Depew, Chauncey M. “Interview on Return from Buffalo, September 15, 1901, after the Assassination of President Mc Kinley.” Orations, Addresses and Speeches of Chauncey M. Depew. Ed. John Denison Champlin. Vol. 8. New York: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 282-86. READ

 

 Introduction (in book)

Depew, Chauncey M. “Introduction.” Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of 1896. By Murat Halstead. [n.p.]: Edgewood, 1896: pp. vii-xiii. READ

McClure, Alexander K., and Charles Morris. “Opening Words to the Story of a Martyr.” The Authentic Life of William McKinley. Memorial ed. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. vii-xii. READ

Read, Opie. “A Typical American.” Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. By Charles Eugene Banks and Le Roy Armstrong. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: pp. 25-31. READ

 

 Lecture (in book)

Abbott, Lyman. “The Perils of Democracy” [lecture 10]. The Rights of Man. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1902: pp. 278-312. READ

Field, Jasper Newton. “Anarchism, or, Rebellion against Law.” Isms, Fads and Fakes. Indianapolis: Hollenbeck Press, 1904: pp. 122-34. READ

Kinkead, Edgar B. “Legal Ethics—Points of Professional Conduct” [lecture 23]. Jurisprudence, Law and Ethics. New York: Banks Law, 1905: pp. 307-29. READ

 

 Letter (in book)

Berkman, Alexander. [untitled]. Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist. New York: Mother Earth, 1912: pp. 412-17. READ

Cary, Alice. [untitled]. The Life of Little Justin Hulburd. Comp. E. W. Hulburd. Vol. 2. Descanso: [n.p.], 1909: pp. 281-86. READ

Cawein, Madison. [untitled]. The Story of a Poet: Madison Cawein. By Otto A. Rothert. Louisville: John P. Morton, 1921: p. 225. READ

Gilder, Richard Watson. [untitled]. Letters of Richard Watson Gilder. Ed. Rosamond Gilder. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: p. 340. READ

Gilder, Richard Watson. “Roosevelt in the White House.” Letters of Richard Watson Gilder. Ed. Rosamond Gilder. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 341-42. READ

Halstead, Murat. “The Author’s Letter: From the Scene of Execution and the Autopsy of the Assassin.” The Illustrious Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 465-72. READ

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

Hay, John. “To Henry Adams.” The Life and Letters of John Hay. By William Roscoe Thayer. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 267-68. READ

Hay, John. “To Lady Jeune.” The Life and Letters of John Hay. By William Roscoe Thayer. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: pp. 266-67. READ

Howe, E. W. [untitled]. Daily Notes of a Trip around the World. 2nd ed. Vol. 1. Topeka: Crane, 1909: pp. 125-28. READ

Twain, Mark. “[To Rev. J. H. Twichell, in Hartford].” Mark Twain’s Letters. Ed. Albert Bigelow Paine. Vol. 2. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1917: pp. 713-16. READ

 

 Photograph (in book)

[photograph]. The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. [2]. READ

“Abner McKinley.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 28. READ

“Ansley Wilcox.” A History of Buffalo. By J. N. Larned. Vol. 1. New York: Progress of the Empire State, 1911: [unnumbered plate]. READ

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

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

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

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

“The Birthplace of William McKinley, Niles, Ohio.” The Life of William McKinley. By Charles S. Olcott. Vol. 1. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Charles Emory Smith.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Dr. Matthew D. Mann.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 21. READ

“Dr. P. M. Rixey.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Dr. Roswell P. Park.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Elihu Root—Secretary of War.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“The Emergency Hospital at the Pan-American Exposition.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 19. READ

“The Esplanade at the Exposition.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 7. READ

“The Funeral Procession Nearing the Capitol.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: p. 43. READ

“George B. Cortelyou.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“George B. Cortelyou.” William McKinley. By Charles S. Olcott. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“George B. Cortelyou, the President’s Private Secretary.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 31. READ

“Ireland and Foster.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 15. READ

“J. B. Parker.” The Story of a Rising Race. By J. J. Pipkin. [n.p.]: N. D. Thompson Publishing, 1902: p. 449. READ

“James B. Parker.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“James Parker.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 16. READ

“John G. Milburn.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 25. READ

Johnston, Frances B. “William McKinley at Buffalo, N.Y.” The Life of William McKinley. By Charles S. Olcott. Vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: frontispiece. READ

“Leon F. Czolgosz.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 12. READ

“Lyman J. Gage—Secretary of the Treasury.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“McKinley at the Pan-American.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: p. 34. READ

“The McKinley Memorial, City Hall Plaza, Philadelphia.” The McKinley Memorial in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: McKinley Memorial Association, 1909: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“The Milburn Residence.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: p. 39. READ

“The Milburn Residence, Buffalo, N. Y.” The Life Work of William McKinley. By Edward T. Roe. Chicago: Laird and Lee, 1901: [unnumbered plate]. READ

“Miss Katherine Simmons and Miss May [sic] D. Barnes.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 23. READ

“Mrs. Duncan and Miss Alice [sic] McKinley.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 29. READ

“Mrs. McKinley.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 27. READ

“President McKinley Crossing the Stadium at the Exposition.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 11. READ

“President McKinley’s Epochal and Last Great Speech.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 9. READ

“Senator Mark Hanna.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. 30. READ

“The Temple of Music.” The True Story of the Assassination of President McKinley at Buffalo. By Richard H. Barry. Buffalo: Robert Allan Reid, 1901: p. [4]. READ

“The Temple of Music at the Pan-American.” The Heroic Life of William McKinley, Our Third Martyr President. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske, 1902: p. 37. READ

“Unveiling the McKinley Memorial, June 6, 1908.” The McKinley Memorial in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: McKinley Memorial Association, 1909: p. 37. READ

“William McKinley.” The Life of William McKinley. By Charles S. Olcott. Vol. 1. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: frontispiece. READ

 

 Poem (in book)

Adams, E. F. “William McKinley.” Poems. Chicago: [n.p.], 1910: p. 56. READ

Adams, M. Winchester. “Our Well-Beloved.” Pathways, and Other Poems. New York: Francis W. Orvis, 1903: p. 113. READ

Allstorm, Oliver. “Leon F. Czolgosz.” Chords from a Strange Lyre. Chicago: Sims, Wilson and Sims, 1902: pp. 121-24. READ

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

Boylan, Grace Duffie. “Roosevelt.” Theodore Roosevelt, Twenty-Sixth President of the United States. By Charles Eugene Banks and Le Roy Armstrong. Chicago: S. Stone, 1901: p. 7. READ

Bradley, Henry T. “The Passing of McKinley.” Effusions of the Soul. New York: Broadway Publishing, 1917: pp. 10-12. READ

Brown, William Edgar. “A Tribute to the Memory of Our Late President.” Indian Legendary Poems and Songs of Cheer. New York: Every Where Publishing, 1912: pp. 62-64. READ

Burchard, George. “Lines Written at the Death of William McKinley.” Songs in Many Keys. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray, 1905: pp. 51-52. READ

Burkholder, Clarence Mills. “The Passing of President McKinley.” Poems of a Parson. Toledo: F. W. Haigh, 1903: pp. 28-29. READ

Burton, Martha Virginia. “Requiem.” Sons of the Sun. Chicago: Bessette and Son, 1907: p. 16. READ

Carleton, Will. “Colloquy of Grief.” Songs of Two Centuries. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1902: pp. 122-23. READ

Carleton, Will. “A Man Has Died.” Songs of Two Centuries. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1902: p. 124. READ

Cavaness, J. M. [untitled]. Jayhawker Juleps. 3rd ed. Chanute: Tribune, 1913: p. 44. READ

Coates, Florence Earle. “Buffalo.” Poems of American History. Ed. Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908: p. 649. READ

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

Cotter, Joseph S. “President William M’Kinley.” A White Song and a Black One. Louisville: Bradley and Gilbert, 1909: p. 15. READ

Culler, Lucy Yeend. “Anarchy.” A Retrospect and Other Poems. Dayton: Otterbein Press, 1914: pp. 84-85. READ

Dana, H. T. “Lines on the Death of President McKinley.” Stray Poems and Early History of the Albany and Susquehanna Railroad. York: P. Anstadt and Sons, 1903: pp. 60-61. READ

Davies, James. “Our Beloved President.” Threads of Gold Woven in Verse. Vermillion: Dakota Republican, 1901: pp. 120-21. READ

Dozier, Orion T. “The Death of William McKinley.” A Galaxy of Southern Heroes and Other Poems. Birmingham: [n.p.], 1905: pp. 76-78. READ

Earley, Carrie L. “The Passing of McKinley.” Poems. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1909: p. 69. READ

Elmore, James B. “The Martyred President.” A Lover in Cuba and Poems. Alamo: James B. Elmore, 1901: pp. 174-75. READ

Fall, Charles G. “A Lament for McKinley.” Patriot or Traitor. Boston: Old Corner Bookstore, 1913: p. 64. READ

Fisher, Benjamin. “Written upon the Occasion of the Dedication of the Tomb of William McKinley at Canton, Ohio, Sept. 30th, 1907.” Poems. Boston: David D. Nickerson, 1921: pp. 51-55. READ

Flagg, John H. “William McKinley.” The Monarch and Other Poems. New York: [n.p.], 1902: p. 9. READ

Forwood, J. L. “President McKinley’s Farewell to Canton.” After Hours. Chester: Press of the Chester Times, 1922: pp. 101-08. READ

Foss, Sam Walter. “Ode.” Songs of the Average Man. Boston: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1907: pp. 150-52. READ

Foster, Ardeen. “The Martyred McKinley.” Ardeen Foster’s Poetical Works. Rev. 4th unabridged ed. New York: McElroy Publishing, 1908: p. 195. READ

Foster, Elizabeth May. “Our Dead Chieftain.” Poems. New York: Broadway Publishing, 1905: pp. 12-14. READ

Galloway, Julia R. “A Nation’s Prayer.” When the Lilacs Bloom and Other Poems. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1905: pp. 29-30. READ

Galloway, Julia R. “Our Hero.” When the Lilacs Bloom and Other Poems. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1905: p. 31. READ

Gilder, Richard Watson. “The Comfort of the Trees.” Poems of American History. Ed. Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908: p. 650. READ

Hair, Dell. “Our Martyred President.” Echoes from the Beat. Vol. 3. Toledo: Newell B. Newton, 1908: pp. 126-27. READ

Hair, Dell. “Retribution.” Echoes from the Beat. Vol. 3. Toledo: Newell B. Newton, 1908: p. 128. READ

Hale, Anne Gardner. “William McKinley.” Seedlings from My Wild Garden. New York: Abbey Press, 1902: p. 107. READ

Hauenstein, Minnie Ferris. “To William McKinley.” Sonnets from the Silence. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1922: p. 90. READ

Hay, John. “To Theodore Roosevelt.” The Complete Poetical Works of John Hay. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916: p. 232. READ

Huntington, Webster Perit. “McKinley.” A Versebook. Columbus: Fred. J. Heer, 1904: pp. 101-03. READ

Jessup, Alexander. “Extempore Sonnet on the Assassination of William McKinley, September 6, 1901.” The Charm of Youth. Boston: Herbert B. Turner, 1905: pp. 81-82. READ

Jury, John G. “To the Nation’s Dead.” Omar and Fitzgerald and Other Poems. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray, 1903: pp. 44-45. READ

Kost, Henry G. “William McKinley.” Sunlight and Starlight. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1911: pp. 17-18. READ

Lavely, Henry Alexander. “McKinley.” The Heart’s Choice and Other Verse. Boston: Sherman, French, 1911: p. 34. READ

Lindesay, M. Batterham. “A Requiem.” The First Shearing. Richmond: Whittet and Shepperson, 1904: pp. 38-39. READ

Longfellow, Marian. “The Nation Weeps.” Contrasted Songs. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1905: pp. 100-01. READ

MacManus, Theodore F. “William McKinley.” The Poets and Poetry of Buffalo. Ed. James N. Johnston. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1904: p. 372. READ

“McKinley.” Poems of American History. Ed. Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908: p. 649-50. READ

Neihardt, John G. “Czolgosz.” Man-Song. New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1909: p. 34. READ

Newman, John Henry. “The Pillar of the Cloud.” Verses on Various Occasions. London: Longmans, Green, 1910: pp. 156-57. READ

Nott, Vernon. “President McKinley.” The Journey’s End, and Other Verses. London: Greening, 1904: p. 91. READ

Parker, Benjamin S. “McKinley.” After Noontide. Richmond: Nicholson Printing, 1905: pp. 122-23. READ

Peffley, D. Frank. “In Shame and Grief.” Verses. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1908: p. 24. READ

Phelps, George S. “‘God’s Will, Not Ours, Be Done.’” Cloud City Chimes. Denver: Reed Publishing, 1903: pp. 94-95. READ

Phelps, George S. “McKinley.” Cloud City Chimes. Denver: Reed Publishing, 1903: pp. 11-15. READ

Quick, Abraham Messler. “Apotheosis of the Nation’s Grief.” Lyrics of Life. New York: Board of Publication of the Reformed Church in America, 1906: pp. 113-14. READ

Reed, Anna Morrison. “Death of President McKinley.” Gethsemane and Other Writings. Petaluma: Northern Crown, 1915: p. 34. READ

Rhoads, Thos. J. B. “Anarchists—The Remedy.” Onkel Jeff’s Reminiscences of Youth and Other Poems. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1904: pp. 27-28. READ

Richardson, Mary E. M. “William McKinley.” The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. By Jane Elliott Snow. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: p. 12. READ

Riley, James Whitcomb. “America.” The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley. Memorial ed. Vol. 8. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1916: pp. 2000-01. READ

Riley, James Whitcomb. “America.” The Name of Old Glory: Poems of Patriotism. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1917: pp. 26-28. READ

Riley, James Whitcomb. “Even as a Child.” The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley. Memorial ed. Vol. 8. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1916: p. 2002. READ

Riley, James Whitcomb. “William McKinley.” The Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley. Memorial ed. Vol. 9. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1916: pp. 2249-50. READ

Rowe, William H., Jr. “William McKinley.” Verse and Toast. Albany: [n.p.], 1908: p. 8. READ

Schutt, Mary H. M. “In Memoriam—President McKinley.” The Life of William McKinley, Twenty-Fifth President of the United States. By Jane Elliott Snow. Cleveland: Imperial Press, 1908: pp. 96-98. READ

Scott, Frederick George. “William McKinley.” A Hymn of Empire and Other Poems. Toronto: William Briggs, 1906: p. 28. READ

Scurlock, Nelse J. “To Czolgosz.” Fishin’ ’Long Old Ellum Creek and Other Poems. Ed. Charles N. Wood. Kirksville: Journal Printing, 1903: pp. 140-41. READ

Sill, Louise Morgan. “William McKinley.” In Sun or Shade. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1906: p. 128. READ

Smith, Caroline Sprague. “‘Let No One Harm Him!’” Tarry with Me and Other Verses. New York: [n.p.], 1909: pp. 174-75. READ

Spencer, Edwina. [untitled]. Memorial to the Late President McKinley. Buffalo: Buffalo Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1901: p. 5. READ

Spooner, Arthur W. “Our Three Martyrs.” Harp Strings. Boston: Gorham Press, 1916: pp. 36-38. READ

Stanton, Frank L. “William McKinley.” Up from Georgia. New York: D. Appleton, 1902: p. 176. READ

Stickney, Julia Noyes. “Our Country.” In the Valley of the Merrimack. New York: Grafton, 1901: pp. 65-66. READ

Titherington, Richard Handfield. “Faithful unto Death.” Poems of American History. Ed. Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908: p. 650. READ

Trusler, Thomas J. “William McKinley.” Poems of Thomas J. Trusler. Indianapolis: Thomas J. Trusler, 1907: p. 217. READ

Tudor, Henry. “‘Ite Missa Est.’” The Ghost of Kisheneff and Other Poems. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1905: p. 8. READ

Tylee, Edward Sydney. “Outward Bound.” Poems of American History. Ed. Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1908: pp. 650-51. READ

Upson, Arthur. “The Sequoia, ‘William McKinley.’” The Collected Poems of Arthur Upson. Ed. Richard Burton. Vol. 1. Minneapolis: Edmund D. Brooks, 1909: p. 51. READ

Van Burgh, Lizzie. “Our Martyred President.” Poets and Poetry of Nebraska. Chicago: American Publishers’ Association, 1902: pp. 100-01. READ

Viett, George F. “William McKinley—In Memoriam.” The Deeper Harmonies and Other Poems. Norfolk: Free-Lance, 1905: pp. 122-24. READ

Weitzel, Louise A. “An Elegy.” A Quiver of Arrows. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1908: pp. 29-30. READ

Widdows, J. Morris. “Lead Her but Kindly.” Rainy Day Poems from the Farm. Connersville: Times-News, 1902: p. 45. READ

Wilder, Cordelia Beardsley. “McKinley, Our Fallen President.” Kitchen Visits with the Muses. Coventry: [n.p.], 1902: p. 80. READ

Wilder, Cordelia Beardsley. “Our Martyr-President—McKinley.” Kitchen Visits with the Muses. Coventry: [n.p.], 1902: p. 13. READ

Wildman, Marian Warner. “God’s Way.” A Hill Prayer and Other Poems. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1904: pp. 24-26. READ

Wilkins, T. “McKinley and Czolgosz.” Poems of Life. Chicago: Regan Printing House, 1918: pp. 53-56. READ

Wilson, Alice. “To Iphigenia.” Actæon’s Defense and Other Poems. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1906: pp. 14-16. READ

Wilson, John Grosvenor. “‘O Grave! Where Is Thy Victory?’” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 200-01. READ

Woods, John Alfred. “‘Thy Will Be Done.’” A Reverie and Other Verses and Prose. New York: Bonnell, Silver, 1903: p. 39. READ

 

 Preface (in book)

Halstead, Murat. “Author’s Preface.” Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of 1896. [n.p.]: Edgewood, 1896: pp. iii-v. READ

Lauer, Solon. “A Prefatory Postscript.” Mark Hanna. Cleveland: Nike, 1901: pp. iii-xiv. READ

 

 Public address (in book)

Adam, J. Douglas. “Address.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 118-19. READ

Beck, James M. “The Memory of McKinley.” The McKinley Memorial in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: McKinley Memorial Association, 1909: pp. 23-48. READ

Bell, Clark. “Inaugural Address as President of the Medico-Legal Society.” Medico-Legal Studies. Vol. 7. New York: Medico-Legal Journal, 1902: pp. 273-80. READ

Burke, Daniel. “Address.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 61-63. READ

Campbell, Wallace Bruce. “Some Limitations in the Administration of Criminal Law.” Some Limitations in the Administration of Criminal Law. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1909: pp. 3-14. READ

Cleveland, Grover. “Addresses.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 190-93. READ

Colgate, James C. [untitled]. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Convention of the Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Middle States and Maryland, 1901. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1903: pp. 67-74. READ

Dalzell, John. “Address of Hon. John Dalzell, M.C.” Year Book of the Pennsylvania Society, Sons of the American Revolution. [Pittsburgh?]: Pennsylvania Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1903: pp. 56-65. READ

Davis, Marcellus L. “Upon the Death of William McKinley.” Oratory of the South. Ed. Edwin DuBois Shurter. New York: Neale, 1908: pp. 72-75. READ

Depew, Chauncey M. “Address at the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, N.Y., on Railroad Day, September 28, 1901.” Orations, Addresses and Speeches of Chauncey M. Depew. Ed. John Denison Champlin. Vol. 8. New York: [n.p.], 1910: pp. 40-50. READ

Fowler, Charles Henry. “William McKinley.” Patriotic Orations. Ed. Carl Hitchcock Fowler. New York: Eaton and Mains, 1910: pp. 189-244. READ

Gibbons, James. “Address.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 186-89. READ

Hackett, Frank Warren. “Address before the District of Columbia Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.” Deck and Field. Washington, DC: W. H. Lowdermilk, 1909: pp. 145-51. READ

Hay, John. “William McKinley.” Addresses of John Hay. New York: Century, 1906: pp. 137-75. READ

Hoar, George F. “Free Speech and Constitutional Liberty.” The American Idea. Comp. Joseph B. Gilder. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1902: pp. 295-98. READ

Hughes, Charles Evans. “Speech at the Dedication of the McKinley Monument in Buffalo, September 5, 1907.” Addresses and Papers of Charles Evans Hughes. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1908: pp. 231-34. READ

Ingersoll, E. P. “A Lesson to Be Learned.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 107-10. READ

Kimball, Edward A. “Tribute to William McKinley.” Lectures and Articles on Christian Science. 4th ed. Chesterton: Edna Kimball Wait, 1921: pp. 403-09. READ

McClurg, Monroe. “Tribute to President McKinley.” Oratory of the South. Ed. Edwin DuBois Shurter. New York: Neale, 1908: pp. 70-71. READ

McConnell, S. D. “Address.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 114-17. READ

McGaffin, Alexander. “The Great Sorrow.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 120-23. READ

McKinley, William. [untitled]. Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: pp. 513-19. READ

McKinley, William. “William McKinley’s Last Public Address” [appendix A]. American Boys’ Life of William McKinley. By Edward Stratemeyer. Boston: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, 1901: pp. 297-307. READ

Phelan, James D. “Introductory Address.” Addresses. [n.p.]: [n.p.], [1902?]: pp. 47-48. READ

Powers, Levi M. “Address.” Memory Book: Rev. James Minton Pullman, D.D. Lynn: Nichols Press, 1904: pp. 59-67. READ

Rose, U. M. “Address of the President.” Report of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association. Philadelphia: Dando Printing and Publishing, 1902: pp. 199-249. READ

Russell, James. “The Psychology of Anarchism.” Proceedings of the American Medico-Psychological Association. [n.p.]: American Medico-Psychological Association, 1902: pp. 178-93. READ

Short, Frank H. “Our Untimely Dead.” Notable Speeches by Notable Speakers of the Greater West. Ed. Harr Wagner. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray, 1902: pp. 126-35. READ

Spalding, John Lancaster. “Assassination and Anarchy” [chapter 8]. Socialism and Labor and Other Arguments, Social, Political, and Patriotic. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1902: pp. 137-48. READ

Wacha, Dinshaw Edulji. “Congress Presidential Address.” Speeches and Writings of Sir Dinshaw Edulji Wacha. Madras: G. A. Natesan, [1920]: pp. 1-97. READ

Wade, M. J. “A Jury of Our Peers.” Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Session of the Iowa State Bar Association. Iowa City: The Association, 1911: pp. 106-12. READ

Wallace, William H. “McKinley Memorial Address.” Speeches and Writings of Wm. H. Wallace. Kansas City: Western Baptist Publishing, 1914: pp. 40-42. READ

Wasson, W. A. “The Nation’s Grief.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 111-13. READ

 

 Sermon (in book)

Gregg, David. “Anarchy.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 95-101. READ

Woelfkin, Cornelius. “Sermon.” William McKinley: Character Sketches of America’s Martyred Chieftain. Comp. Charles E. Benedict. New York: Blanchard Press, [1901?]: pp. 91-94. READ

 


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