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Chateau De Mores Lesson 2 - Frontier Justice Reference List

Brooks, Chester L., and Ray H. Mattison. Theodore Roosevelt and the Dakota Badlands. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, 1958 Reprinted 1962 Reprinted, with revisions, Medora, ND: Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association, 1983: 12, 13, 17.

Burdick, Usher L. Marquis de Mores at War in the Badlands Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1929: 18-23.

Goplen, Arnold O. The Career of the Marquis de Mores in the Badlands of North Dakota. Bismarck, ND: State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1994: 28.

Sprague, Marshall. Gallery of Dudes. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company, 1966: 180

Tweton, D. Jerome. “The Marquis de Mores in the Badlands of Dakota”, Virginia Heidenreich-Barber, ed. Aristocracy on the Western Frontier: The Legacy of the Marquis de Mores. Bismarck, ND: State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1994: 1-4.

Tweton, D. Jerome. The Marquis de Mores: Dakota Capitalist, French Nationalist. Fargo: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 1972: 28, 91-92.

Vyzralek, Frank E. “Frontier Justice in Dakota Territory: the Marquis de Mores-Riley Luffsey Murder Case, 1883-1885.” Virginia Heidenreich-Barber, ed. Aristocracy on the Western Frontier: The Legacy of the Marquis de Mores. Bismarck, ND: State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1994: 13, 17-19.

Vyzralek, Frank E. “The Marquis de Mores, His Dakota Experiences and His Enterprises in Dakota, 1883-1913: A Report.” Bismarck, ND: State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1995: Chapter 7: 7-8, 23-31.

Vyzralek, Frank. “Murder in Masquerade: A Commentary on Lynching and Mob Violence in North Dakota’s Past, 1882-1931.” North Dakota History Journal 57.1. Bismarck, ND: State Historical Society of North Dakota, 1990: 20-29.

Bagne, Mark. “Violence Would Not Prevail.” Points West Online.  Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY. 2001 Spring
http://www.bbhc.org/pointsWest/PWArticle.cfm?ArticleID=83

Cashion, Ty. “Texas and the Western Frontier.” Texas Beyond History,.Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, University of Texas at Austin).
http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/forts/frontier.html

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