A bibliography of Sources Relating to Charles J. Guiteau



Download 95.96 Kb.
Date18.10.2016
Size95.96 Kb.



A Bibliography of Sources Relating to Charles J. Guiteau


Compiled by Libby Chenault for the Bullitt Club 11/08/05
Alexander, Henry H. The Life of Guiteau and the Official History of the Most Exciting Case on Record: Being the Trial of Guiteau for Assassinating Pres. Garfield. Des Moines, Ia.: W. H. McClain, 1882.

Philadelphia: National Pub. Co., 1882.

Alger, Horatio, Jr. From Canal Boy to President, Or the Boyhood and Manhood of James A. Garfield. By Horatio Alger, Jr., Author of Ragged Dick; Luck and Pluck; Tattered Tom, Etc. Illustrated. New York: John R. Anderson & Company, No. 17 Murray Street. 1881. Copyright, 1881 by John R. Anderson & Co. Edward O. Jenkins, Printer and Stereotyper, 20 North William Street, New York.

The American Experience. Insanity on Trial. United States: WETA TV, 1990.

Alexandria, Va.: PBS Video, 1990.


Das Attentat auf Prasident James A. Garfield: Der einzigeWahrheitsgetreue un ausfuhrliche Bericht, verbunden mit der Lebensbeschreibung unseres Prasidenten, sowie die des Meuchelmorders Charles Guiteau. Philadelphia: Barclay & Co., Hrsg., 1881.
Ausenhaus, Peter. Journalism in National Crises: A Cultural History of the Garfield and McKinley Assassinations. A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota by Peter Ausenhaus in Partial Fufillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Masters of Arts. September 1992.
Badmen and Heroes. Ekektra, 1955.
Balch, William Ralston. The Life of James Abram Garfield, Late President of the United States. The Record of a Wonderful Career Which, Like That of Abraham Lincoln, By Native Energy and Untiring Industry, Led Its Hero from Obscurity to the Foremost Position in the American Nation. Together with a Full Account of His Election to the Presidency, Momentous Events of His Brief Administration, Assassination, Surgical Treatment, the Sympathy of the Nation, Removal to Elberon, Death, Autopsy, Funeral Obsequies, Interment, Etc., Etc., Etc. By William Ralston Balch, Managing Editor of The American. Published by Hubbard Bros., Philadelphia, PA.; Boston, Mass.; Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, O.; Atlanta, Ga.; Kansas City, Mo.: C.R. Blackall & Co., New York: World Publishing Company, Guelph, Canada: A.L. Bancroft & Co., San Francisco, Cal.: John Burns, St. Louis, Mo. Copyrighted, 1881.
Bancroft, William Dixon. McKinley—Garfield—Lincoln. Their Lives—Their Deeds—Their Deaths. With a Record of Notable Assassinations and A History of Anarchy. By William Dixon Bancroft. | Memorial Edition. | Magnificently Illustrated with Engravings from Original Photographs, Drawings, Paintings and Sketches. | Published by The United States Newspaper Syndicate. Chicago and New York. Copyright, 1901 by John R. Foster.
Beard, George Miller. “The Case of Guiteau: A Psychological Study.” Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease Vol. 9, no. 1 (January, 1882): 90-125.
________. The Case of Guiteau: A Psychological Study. [S.l.: s.n.,] 1882. (Reprinted from the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease Vol.9, no. 1 (January, 1882): 90-125).
________. “Petition for a Stay of Proceedings in the Case of Guiteau,” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CVI, No. 22 (June 1, 1882): 524-525.
________. The Psychology of the Salem Witchcraft Excitement of 1692, and Its Practical Application to Our Own Time. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1882.

Stratford, Conn.: J. E. Edwards, 1971. (Reprint of the 1882 ed. Limited to 500 copies.)


Beckham, Stephen D.; Cox, Patricia J. “Ballad of Charles Guiteau”: An Oregon Version, 1968. Northwest Folklore, Eugene, OR. vol. 3 no. 2, 1968, pp. 30 31.
Beebe, Dick. The Guiteau Burlesque. 1984. [Program review by Evan Yionoulis]
Bell, Alexander Graham. Upon the Electrical Experiments to Determine the Location of the Bullet in the Body of the Late President Garfield; And Upon A Successful Form of Induction Balance For the Painless Detection of Metallic Masses in the Human Body. (A Paper Read before the American Association for the Advancement of Science, At the Montreal Meeting, August 1882.) With an Appendix. For Private Circulation. Washington, D.C.: Gibson Brothers, Printers, 1882. At head of title: With the Author’s Compliments.
Bell, Charles Milton. Group Photograph of the Jury in the Case of the United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau [reproduction]. ca. 1881.
________. Portrait Photograph of Charles Julius Guiteau. July 4, 1881.
________. Portrait Photograph of Charles Julius Guiteau. ca. 1881.
Biel, Steven. “Unknown and Unsung: Contested Meanings of the Titanic Disaster. In: Print Culture in a Diverse America. Edited by James P. Danky and Wayne A. Wiegand. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1998. Pp. 203-222.
Bigelow, J. G. Review of the Case of Sergeant John A. Mason, of Battery B, 2d U.S. Artillery, Convicted by General Court-Martial of an Assault with Intent to Kill Charles A. Guiteau, the Assassin.
“Biographical Sketch by Charles J. Guiteau.” Washington, D.C. Evening Star. [June 30,] 1882.
Blaine, James G. Blaine. Eulogy on James Abram Garfield. Delivered Before the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. February 27, 1882. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1882.

________. James A. Garfield. Memorial Address Pronounced in the Hall of Representatives, February 27, 1882, Before the Departments of the Government of the United States, By James G. Blaine, In Response to an Invitation from the Two Houses of Congress. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1882.


Bliss, D. W. “Report of the Case of President Garfield.” The Medical Record 20(1881): 393-402.
Boorstein, Daniel. The Americans: The National Experience. New York: Random House, 1965.
Brand, Oscar. Program Nine: Bad Men Ballads. (Celebrate America. An American Folksong Archive; unit 9). Westport, CT: Westport Media, 1972. [My name is Charles Guiteau.]
Brooks, Stewart M. Our Murdered Presidents. New York: Bell Publishing Co., 1966.
Buckham, T. R., A.M., M.D. Insanity Considered in Its Medico-Legal Relations. “Ordinari Res Ipsa, Negat, Contenta Dolceri.” Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1883.
Buckley, J. M. “A Study of Guiteau.” New York Christian Advocate 57 (January 12, 1882): 17-18.
Bucknill, John Charles. “The Plea of Insanity in the Case of Charles Julius Guiteau.” American Journal of Insanity 39 (October 1882): 181-98.
Buffalo Courier. July 3, 1881.
Bunnell, C. B. Washington, D.C.: The Closing Act in the Tragedy of President Garfield's Assassination : Guiteau's Last Look from the Scaffold, the Moment Before Execution. [New York: Frank Leslie], 1882. (Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, July 8, 1882, p. 312 313).
Bury Me Beneath the Willow: A Treasury of Southern Mountain Folksongs and Ballads. (Folk Music of the World). New York; Washington, 195-?
Butler, Edward Hubert. “Extra! President Garfield Assassinated!” Buffalo Evening News. July 2, 1881.
By Reason of Insanity: American Psychiatry and the Trial of Charles Guiteau. Presented by the Oskar Diethelm Library, Department of Psychiatry, Cornell University Medical College and the New York Hospital at the New York Academy of Medicine. April 13-June 30, 1998. [Exhibition checklist].
Caleb Carr. The Alienist. A Novel. New York: Random House, 1994.
Cansler, Loman D. Missouri Folk Songs. New York City: Folkways Records, 1959. [Charles Guiteau]
Cassity, John Holland, M. D. The Quality of Murder. A Psychiatric and Legal Evaluation of the Motives and Responsibilities Involved in the Plea of Insanity as Revealed in Outstanding Murder Cases of this Century. Introduction by James D. C. Murray. New York: The Julian Press, Inc., 1958.
Channing, Walter. “The Mental Status of Guiteau.” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CVI, No. 13 (March 30,1882): 290-296.
________. The Mental Status of Guiteau, the Assassin of President Garfield. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1882. (Reprinted from the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal of March 30, 1882).
Chs. Guiteau, le Meurtrier du President Garfield: Pendu le 30 Juin 1882, à Washington, E.U. [France: s.n.,] 1882, 1883.

Clark, James C. The Murder of James A. Garfield: The President’s Last Days and the Trial and Execution of His Assassin. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1993.


Clark, Thomas D. “My Name Is Charles Guiteau. The Trial of President Garfield’s assassin Produced One of the Nation’s Most Macabre Spectacles.” American Heritage n.s. v.2, no. 4, 14-17, 69.
Clark & Wood’s Funny Guiteau Songster: A Collection of Comic and Sentimental Songs as Sung by Fred H. Clark and W. Frank Wood. Peoria, Ill.: J. I. Lighthall, 1880-1889
Clarke, James W. American Assassins: The Darker Side of Politics. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982, 198-213.

Clemmer, Mary. “A Woman’s Letter from Washington. The Assassination.” Independent 33 (July 21, 1881): 1-3.


Cohen, Patricia Cline. The Murder of Helen Jewett. The Life and Death of a Prostitute in Nineteenth-Century New York. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998.
Coleman, Joe. Infernal Machine. London: Blast First, 1990.
Corkhill, George B. The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau. Opening Statement by George B. Corkhill, United States District Attorney. November 17, 1881. Washington, 1881.
Coulter, John. Our Martyr Presidents Lincoln : Garfield : McKinley. Their Illustrious Lives, Public and Private, and Their Glorious Deeds, Biographies, Speeches and Stories. Together with Histories of Noted Assassins and Assassinations, and Anarchy and Anarchists in the United States and Europe. By John Coulter with an Introduction by Hon. Shelby M. Cullom Senior United States Senator from Illinois. Superbly Illustrated with Etchings and Half-tones from Original Photographs and Drawings by William Schmedtgen, Hugo Von Hofsten and Other Noted Artists. Published by The Memorial Publishing House. Copyright, 1901 by William D. Warren.
The Crime Avenged; Or, Guiteau on the Gallows … A Complete Secret History of the Career, Crime, Jail Life, Trial and Execution of Charles J. Guiteau for the Murder of President Garfield. New York: R. E. Fox, 1882. Sequel to Guiteau’s Crime and The Assassin’s Doom.

Crotty, William J. “Presidential Assassinations.” Society 9 (May 1972): 18-29.


Davidson, J. O. Incidents of the Trial of Charles Jules Guiteau. [New York: Harper], 1881. (Harper’s Weekly, Dec. 3, 1881, 805).
________. The Trial of Charles Jules Guiteau: A Scene in Court. [New York: Harper], 1881. (Harper’s Weekly, Dec. 3, 1881, 804).
Diagrams of Guiteau’s Head. According to the Government’s Medical Experts. [Washington, D.C.? 1882?]
Dickinson, Emily. Final Harvest: Emily Dickinson’s Poems. Selection and Introduction by Thomas H. Johnson. Boston, Toronto: Little Brown and Company, 1961.
Dodge, M. A. “Charles J. Guiteau and the Spoils System.” North American Review 135 (1882): 76.
Donovan, Robert J. The Assassins. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1952, 14-62.
Doyle, Burton T. and Homer W. Swaney. Lives of James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur with a Brief Sketch of the Assassin. Illustrated. A Complete Record of President Garfield’s Long Struggle with Death, Including Daily Bulletins, and Selections from His Best Speeches; Also, An Appendix, Giving Accounts of All Inaugurations from Washington to Garfield, All Presidents Who Died in Office, and All Assassinations of Rulers in the Present Century. Compiled by Burton T. Doyle and Homer W. Swaney. Washington, D.C.: Rufus H. Darby, Printer and Publisher, 1881.
Emrich, Duncan. Songs and Ballads of American History, and of the Assassination of Presidents. (Folk music of the United States). Washington, D.C.: Recording Laboratory, Library of Congress Division of Music, 1990, 1952. [Charles Guiteau].
________. Songs and Ballads of American History, and of the Assassination of Presidents. (Folk music of the United States). Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, 1952, 1937. [Mr. Garfield    Charles Guiteau]
Edmunds, George F. “The Conduct of the Guiteau Trial.” North American Review 134 (March 1882): 221-81.
________. “Guiteau: A Case of Alleged Moral Insanity.” Alienist and Neurologist 4 (April 1883): 193-201.
________. "Guiteau—A Case of Alleged Moral Insanity: A Rejoinder to the Reply of E. C. Spitzka, M.D." Alienist and Neurologist 4 (October 1883): 621-45.
Excerpts from Opinions of Distinguished Medical Men In This and Other Countries Justifying the Treatment of the Late President Garfield, Together With A Letter In Reply to the Resolution of the Special Committee of the House of Representatives Referring to the Expenses Consequent upon His Illness and Death. Washington, D.C.: Gibson Brothers, Printers, 1882.
Eyre, L. L. “Question of Jurisdiction in the Case of Charles J. Guiteau.” International Review 12 (1882): 390.
Farquhar, Michael. “The Other Assassinations. Lincoln and JFK Are Remembered, But What About Garfield and McKinley?” Washington Post, January 12, 2000, H1.
Fenning, Frederick Alexander. The Trial of Guiteau. [Baltimore: s.n.,] 1933. (Reprinted from American Journal of Psychiatry XIII (July 1933): 127-139).
________. “The Trial of Guiteau.” American Journal of Psychiatry XIII (July 1933): 127-139.
Fisher, Theodore Willis “Was Guiteau Sane and Responsible for the Assassination of President Garfield?” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CVI, No. 26 (June 29, 1882): 601-05.
________. Was Guiteau Sane and Responsible for the Assassination of President Garfield? Read Before the Boston Medico-Psychological Society, April 6, 1882, and the Association of Medical Superintendents for American Institutions for the Insane at Cincinnati, June 9, 1882. (Reprinted from the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal of June 29, 1882.) Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press. 1882.
Folsom, Charles F. “The Case of Guiteau, Assassin of the President of the United States.” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 106 (February 16, 1882): 145-153.
________. “Reply From Dr. C. F. Folsom.” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 106 (March 30, 1882): 307-308.
________. “The Responsibility of Guiteau.” American Law Review 16 (February 1882): 85-100.
Fox, Richard K. The Full History of the Murder of President James A. Garfield. New York: Police Gazette, 1882.
Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper. 1881-1882.
Freedman, Laurence Z. “Psychopathology of Assassination.” Assassinations and the Political Order. Ed. by William J. Crotty. New York: Harper and Row, 1971, 143-160.
Friedman, Lawrence M. Crime and Punishment in American History. New York: Basic Books, 1993.
Geary, Rick. The Fatal Bullet. A True Account of the Assassination, Lingering Pain, Death, and Burial of James A. Garfield, Twentieth President of the United States. Also Including The Inglorious Life and Career of the Despised Assassin Guiteau. Adapted & Illustrated by Rick Geary. NBM Comic Lit. New York: Nantier-Beall-Minoustchine Publishing Inc., 1999.
Gillam, Bernard. “If This be Madness, There Is Method in It!” Puck. November 30, 1881.
Godding, William Whitney. “The Last Chapter in the Life of Guiteau.” Alienist and Neurologist 3 (October 1882): 550-57.
________. The Last Chapter in the Life of Guiteau. [St. Louis, Mo.:] EV.E. Carreras, Steam Printer, Publisher and Binder, 1882. (Reprinted from The Alienist and Neurologist, October, 1882).
________. Two Hard Cases; Sketches from a Physician’s Portfolio. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1882.
Godkin, E. L. “Charles J. Guiteau and the Experts.” Nation: A Weekly Journal Devoted to Politics, Literature, Science and Art 34 (1882): 536.
________. “Trial of Charles J. Guiteau.” Nation: A Weekly Journal Devoted to Politics, Literature, Science and Art 34 (1882): 93.

Goldschmidt, William. The Ark of the United States Against the Political Deluge, Produced by General Corruption Which Threatens to Destroy Us. With Two Pictures (Refering [sic] to the Contents,) Namely, 1. Lincoln and Garfield, Victims of Assassins, 2. Booth and Guiteau, the Assassins. With an Appendix Project for a Well Organized Industrial Saving Bank for Working Men. New York, 1881. [Cover date 1882; copyright date 1881].


Gorscak, John T. The Preparation and Performance of the Role of Charles Guiteau in Assassins. 1993.
Gray, John Purdue. “Review of the Trial of Charles J. Guiteau.” American Journal of Insanity 38 (January 1882): 303-448.
[________.] The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau. Review of the Trial. [Reprinted from the American Journal of Insanity, January and April, 1882.]
The Great Guiteau Trial: With Life of the Cowardly Assassin. A Full Account! A Complete History! The Judge’s Charge to the Jury. Speeches of Counsel on Both Sides. Likenesses of All the Parties Concerned. Guiteau as a “Theologian,” A Politician, A “Tramp Lawyer,” “A Society Beat,” and as a Member of the Oneida Community. Philadelphia: Published by Barclay & Co., c. 1881.
Grinnell, Charles E. “Concerning Some Criticisms upon the Trial of Guiteau.” American Law Review 16 (January 1882): 50-55.
________. Points of Law for Lawyers and General Readers, Suggested by Guiteau’s Case. Boston: Little, Brown, 1881.
Grob, Gerald N. Mental Illness and American Society, 1875-1940. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983.
Der Grosse Guiteau-Prozess : Nebst der Lebenbeschreibung des feigen Morders. Vollstandige alles enthaltende Geschichte. Ansprache des Richters and die Gesworenen. Reden der beiderseitigen Anwalte. Bilder aller Betheiligten. Philadelphia: Barclay & Co., 1882.
Guiteau, Charles Julius. “Autobiography.” New York Herald 6 October 1881, 5-6.
________. “Garfield against Hancock: A Speech by Charles Guiteau of Illinois.” New York: Republican National Committee, 1881.
________. “Grant Against Hancock.” Privately Printed, 1880.
________. A Lecture On Christ’s Second Coming, A. D. 70, By Charles J. Guiteau. [Washington, 1877.]
________. Letters of Charles J. Guiteau. File No. 14056. National Archives.
________. Letters. Chicago Historical Society.
________. [Newspaper Clippings Relating to the Trial of Charles Guiteau: Assassin of President James Garfield]. 1881-1882. 1 v. (Newspaper clippings spanning December 3, 1881 to January 23, 1882 from the N.Y. World, N.Y. Herald, N.Y. Daily Tribune, Philadelphia Times, Republican, Post, Star, Times, Gazette and Critic).
________. A Reply to Recent Attacks on the Bible, Together with Some Valuable Ideas on Christ's Second Coming and on Hades, or the Resting Place of the Dead. Privately Printed, 1878. [Syracuse: Masters & Stone, 1878. 28 p.]
________. The Truth: A Companion to the Bible. Boston: Privately Printed [D. Lothrop and Company], 1879.
________. The Truth, and The Removal. Washington, 1882.
Guiteau, Charles Julius, defendant. A Complete History of the Trial of Charles Julius Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. H. G. Hayes, reporter. Philadelphia: Hubbard, 1882.
________. A Complete History of the Trial of Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. To Which Is Added a Graphic Sketch of His Life as Detailed Expressly for This Work by His Former Wife, Mrs. Dunmire; Also, an Autobiography, As Dictated by Himself Since the Shooting. Philadelphia: Hubbard Bros., 1882.
________. Report of the Proceedings in the Case of the United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau, Tried in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Holding a Criminal Term, and Beginning November 14, 1881. Washington: G.P.O., 1882.
________. The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau. [s.l.: s.n.], 1881.
________. The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau (Criminal case no. 14056). Printed documents. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1977. 1 microfilm reel.
________. The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau. New York: Arno Press, 1973. Mental Illness and Social Policy: The American Experience. (Reprint of a 2 vol. set in the University of Virginia Law Library. (Contents: Opinion of John P. Gray, M.D. ... on the Question of the Sanity of the Prisoner. Washington, 1882.  In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia ... The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau; [Report of the Proceedings].  Bill of exceptions).
Guiteau, John Wilson. Letters and Facts, Not Heretofore Published, Touching the Mental Condition of Charles J. Guiteau since 1865. Submitted to the President of the United States in the Matter of the Application for a Commission De Lunatico Inquirendo. [Washington?: s.n.,] 1882.
________. Letters and Facts Not Heretofore Published, Touching The Mental Condition of Charles J. Guiteau Since 1865. Submitted to the President of the United States by John W. Guiteau, In the Matter of the Application for a Commission De Lunatico Inquirendo. New York: J. K. Lees, Book and Job Printer, 196 and 179 Fulton Street, [1882].
Guiteau: His Crime, His Trial and His Execution. Washington: Critic, 1882.
“Guiteau—Finis.” Medical News 41 (July 1, 1882): 12.

Guiteau’s Confession! Of the Assassination of Garfield. [Broadside] [s.n., s.d.]




Guiteau’s Confession! Of the Assassination of Garfield. [Broadside] [s.n.,] 1881.



Guiteau’s Confession. The Garfield Assassination: Being a Full History of This Cruel Crime. How It was Done and Why It was Done!! Philadelphia: The Old Franklin Publishing House, 1881.
“Guiteaumania.” British Medical Journal. June 24, 1882. Reprinted in American Journal of Insanity 39 (July 1882-83): 62-68.
Halttunen, Karen. Murder Most Foul: The Killer and the American Gothic Imagination. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1998.
Hamilton, Allan McLane. “The Case of Guiteau.” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 106 (March 9, 1882): 235-38.
________. “In Re Guiteau,” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. CVI, No. 14 (April 6, 1882): 334-335.
________. Recollections of an Alienist, Personal and Professional. New York: George H. Doran, 1916.
Hammond, William A., M.D. “Madness and Murder,” North American Review, 148 (1888): 626-37.

________. “The Non-Asylum Treatment of the Insane,” Medical Society of the State of N. Y. Transactions (1879): 280-297.


________. “The Punishability of the Insane,” International Review, 11 (1881): 440-50.
________. Reasoning Mania: Its Medical and Medico-Legal Relations; With Special Reference to the Case of Charles J. Guiteau. By William A. Hammond, M.D. Surgeon-General U.S. Army (Retired List), Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System in the University of New York, Etc. (Reprinted from the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. IX, No. 1 (January, 1882): 1-26).
“Hanged, President Garfield’s Assassin ‘Removed.’” Syracuse, N.Y. The Evening Herald, June 30, 1882, 6: 1699.
Hanging of Guiteau! Pictorial History of his Crime and Execution. New York, 1882. (National Police Gazette).
Harper’s Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Special edition. Friday, July 8, 1881. New York: Harper, 1881. (Special edition concerning the assassination of President Garfield by Charles Guiteau. Cover picture caption: The tragedy at Washington : the assassin Charles Jules Guiteau).
Harper’s Weekly. 1881-1882, 1896.
Hastings, Donald W. “The Psychiatry of Presidential Assassination, Part II: Garfield and McKinley.” Lancet 85 (April 1965): 157-62.
Hayes, Henry Gillespie and C. J. Hayes. A Complete History of the Trial of Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. To Which Is Added A Graphic Sketch of His Life As Detailed (Expressly for this Work) By His Former Wife, Mrs. Dunmire: Also, An Autobiography, As Dictated By Himself Since The Shooting. This History of the Trial (In Many Respects, The Most Remarkable of the Present Century), Gives All the Most Important and Interesting Portions of the Testimony, The Startling Interruptions by the Prisoner, Incidents, Arguments of Counsel, Charge by the Judge, Sentence, &c., &c., As Reported and Edited by H.G. and C.J. Hayes. Special Stenographic Reporters for the N. Y. Associated Press. Amply Illustrated. Philadelphia: Hubbard Bros., 1882.
________. A Complete History of the Trial of Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. A Carefully Prepared History of the Trial, In Many Respects, The Most Remarkable of the Present Century, Giving All the Most Important and Interesting Portions of the Testimony, The Startling Interruptions by the Prisoner, Incidents, Arguments of Counsel, Charge by the Judge, Sentence, &c., &c., As Edited from the Stenographic Reports of H. G. and C. J. Hayes. Special Reporters for the N. Y. Associated Press. Amply Illustrated. Philadelphia: Hubbard Bros., 1882.
________. A Complete History of the Trial of Charles Julius Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. A Carefully Prepared History of the Trial, In Many Respects the Most Remarkable of the Present Century, Giving All the Most Important and Interesting Portions of the Testimony, The Startling Interruptions by the Prisoner, Incidents, Arguments of the Counsel, Charge by the Judge, Sentence, &c., &c., As Edited from the Stenographic Reports of H.G. and C.J. Hayes, Special Reporters for the N. Y. Associated Press. Amply Illustrated. Philadelphia: Hubbard Brothers, 1882. [Paperback].
Hayes, Henry Gillespie. A Complete History of the Life and Trial of Charles Julius Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. A Graphic Sketch of His Erratic Career as Detailed    By His Former Wife, Mrs. Dunmire. Also, an Autobiography, as Dictated by Himself Since the Shooting. And a Carefully Prepared History of the Trial. Philadelphia: Boston: Hubbard Bros., 1882.
________. A Complete History of the Life and Trial of Charles Julius Guiteau, Assassin of President Garfield. Philadelphia, Boston: Hubbard Bros., 1882.
Herbert, George B. Guiteau, The Assassin. Full Details of His Trial for the Murder of President James A. Garfield.| The Crime, Its Causes and Consequences. Graphic Scenes in Court; The Oral, Documentary and Expert Evidence; The Remarkable Statements of the Prisoner on the Stand; Speeches and Addresses of Counsel; Sketches of the Principal Characters Engaged in this World-Famous Criminal Trial. By George B. Herbert, Journalist and Author of the Life of General Winfield Scott Hancock, etc. Profusely Illustrated. . At head of title: The Great State Trial. Philadelphia: Published by William Flint, 1881

Philadelphia: H.W. Kelley, 1881.


Hicks, William W. Reverend William W. Hicks Diary and Letters. Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical Library, Cambridge, Mass.
________. “The True Story of Guiteau.” New York Sunday World (Nov. 12, 19, 26, and Dec. 3, 1893).
Hinson, Glenn. Interview by author, email correspondence, 9 November 2001.
Hoyt, Rev. James S., D. D. The Death Of President Garfield. A Sermon Preached at Prospect Street Church, September 25, 1881. Cambridge, Mass., 1881.
Hughes, Charles H. “A Psychical Analysis of a Legally Sane Character: The Mental Status of Guiteau as Gleaned from His Speech and Conduct.” Alienist and Neurologist 3 (October 1882): 588-617.
Ireland, William Wotherspoon. Through the Ivory Gate: Studies in Psychology and History. New York, Edinburgh: Putnam; Bell & Bradfute, 1889.

Jackson, E. Hilton. “The Trial of Guiteau.” Virginia Law Register 9 (1904): 1023-35.


Jewett, Sarah Orne. “The Plea of Insanity.” The Congregationalist 34:2 (11 January 1882): 1.
Kammen, Michael. Mystic Chords of Memory. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991.
Kaye, Neil S., M.D. “Feigned Insanity in Nineteenth-Century America Legal Cases. http://www.courtpsychiatrist.com/feigned.html
Kerwood, John R. “The Assassination of Garfield and the Trial of his Killer.” American History Illustrated. Vol. III, No. 10 (February 1969): 12-25.
Kiernan, James G. “The Case of Guiteau.” Chicago Medical Bulletin. 4 (1881): 544-545.
________. Simulation of Insanity by the Insane. [St. Louis, Mo.:] EV.E. Carreras, Steam Printer, Publisher and Binder, 1882. (Reprinted from the Alienist and Neurologist, April, 1882.)

King. The Religious Affiliations of our Presidential Assassins. [Typescript]. [1927?]

Kirkham, James F., Sheldon G. Levy, and William J. Crotty. Assassination and Political Violence: A Report to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1969.


Lamb, Daniel Smith. “The Autopsy of Guiteau: The Official Report.” Alienist and Neurologist 3 (July 1882): 468-470.
________. Report of the Post-Mortem Examination of the Body of Chas. J. Guiteau, Who Died by Hanging June 30, 1882, at the United States Jail, Washington, D.C., in Execution of Judicial Sentence. Philadelphia: [s.n.]; Dornan, printer, 1882. (Reprinted from The Medical News, July 8 and Sept. 9 1882).
________ et al. “Report of the Microscopical Examination of the Body of Charles J. Guiteau, Who Died by Hanging June 30, 1882, at the United States Jail, Washington, D.C., in Execution of Judicial Sentence,” Alienist and Neurologist III (1882): 666-671.
Lawson, John D., ed. “The Trial of Charles J. Guiteau for the Murder of President Garfield.” In American State Trials: A Collection of Important and Interesting Criminal Trials. 14 (1923): 1-158. St. Louis: Thomas Law Book Co., 1923.
Lewis, Lloyd and Henry Justin Smith. Oscar Wilde Discovers America [1882]. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1974.

Life and Death of President Garfield. New York: N. L. Munro, 1881.
The Life and Death of James A. Garfield: From the Tow Path to the White House. Together with a Complete Account of his Assassination; History of Charles J. Guiteau, the Assassin; the Comments of the Press on the Assassination; the Feeling Throughout the Country; Words of Sympathy from All Parts of the World; Voices from the Pulpit, Including Sermons by Henry Ward Beecher, Storrs, Robert S. McArthur, J. P. Newman, and Other Prominent Clergymen. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Publishing Co., 1881.
The Life, Crime and Death of Charles J. Guiteau, the Assassin of James A. Garfield, President of the U. S. New York: Frank Tousey, 1882. Banner: New York, July 1, 1882.
The Life, Great Trial, and Execution of Charles Jules [sic] Guiteau, the Assassin of Our Lamented President James Abram Garfield: A Full Account. Philadelphia: Barcaly & Co., 1882.
Lindop, Edmund. Assassinations That Shook America. New York: Franklin Watts, 1992.
Lippitt, F. J. “Question of Jurisdiction in the Case of Charles J. Guiteau.” International Review 12 (1882): 390.
“List of the Cincinnati Citizens Giving One Cent Each to Pay the Fine of the Old Soldier Capt. C. A. Cook Who Slapped the Mouth of One George Morrison Who Said He Hoped that the Wounded President Would Die.” [Cincinnati, 1881][Newspaper supplement in the Western Reserve Historical Society.]
Lovering. J. F. “The Attempt on the Life of Our President: Its Political Effects. A Paper Read Before the Congregational Club Worcester, Mass. Sept. 19, 1881. By J. F. Lovering, Minister, Old South Church Worcester, Mass.” Worcester: Printed by Lucius P. Goddard, 425 Main Street. 1881.
May, Joseph. Happy in Life and In Death. A Sermon Preached in Reference to the Death of President Garfield, at the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, on Sunday, September 25th, 1881. By Joseph May, Minister of the Church, With the Order of Service and Address on the Public Fast Day, Monday, September 26. Privately Printed. Philadelphia: Edward Stern & Co., 1881.
Madigan, M. J. “Was Guiteau Sane? A Reply to Dr. Elwell’s Rejoinder.” Alienist and Neurologist 5 (April 1884): 227-59 and 5 (July 1884): 386-430.
McBride, James H. “The Mental State of Guiteau: A Review.” Alienist and Neurologist 4 (October 1883): 543-65.
Mann, Edward C. “The Psychological Aspect of the Guiteau Case.” Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology 8, no.1 (1882): 28-61.
The Medical News, July 8 and Sept. 9, 1882.

“The Microscopical Appearances of Guiteau’s Brain.” In: Medical Record. New York: W. Wood, 1883. 23, 4 (Jan. 27, 1883): 96 97.


Mitchell, Stewart. “The Man Who Murdered Garfield.” Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society 68 (1941-44): 452-89.
“The Moral Responsibility of the Insane.” North American Review 134 (January 1882): 1-39.
Mulley, A. E. Frew. Charles Julius Guiteau, the Assassin. Being a Copious and Correct Phrenological Delineation of His Character. New York: Gardner & Co.; J. Cohn, 1881.
Nast, Thomas. “From Grave to Gay.” Harper’s Weekly. December 10, 1881.
Nord, Paul David. “Systematic Benevolence: Religious Publishing and the Marketplace in Early Nineteenth-Century America.” Communications & Change in American Religious History. Edited by Leonard I. Sweet. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1993, 239-269.
Norton, Frances Marie [Frances Guiteau Scoville]. The Stalwarts, or Who Were to Blame: A Novel Portraying Fifty Years of American History, Showing These Political Complications which Culminated in Civil War and Even in the Assassination of Two Good Presidents. By the Only Sister of Charles J. Guiteau. Chicago: Frances Marie Norton, 1888.
Noyes, John H. The Berean: A Manual for the Help of Those Who Seek the Faith of the Primitive Church. Putney, Vt.: Published at the Office pf the Spiritual Magazine, 1847.
“Official Report of the Post Mortem Examination of Charles J. Guiteau.” Criminal Case No. 14056. United States Supreme Court for the District of Columbia. Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Ogilvie, John Stuart. History of the Attempted Assassination of James A. Garfield. Together with a Complete History of Charles J. Guiteau, the Assassin. Cincinnati, O.: Cincinnati Publishing Co., 1881.


________. The Life and Death of James A. Garfield. From the Tow Path to the White House. Together with a Complete Account of His Assassination; History of Charles J. Guiteau, the Assassin. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Publishing Co., s.d.
Old time Mountain Ballads. Floyd, VA: County Records, 1995, 1926.

Old time Ballads from the Southern Mountains. New York, N.Y.: County, 1971, 1927.
Opper, Frederick B. “How to Become an Idol.” Puck. January 4, 1882.
O’ Sullivan, Dennis. Famous Assassinations of History. [New York]: Frank Tousey, 1882.

Packard, Jerrold M. American Monarchy: A Social Guide to the Presidency. New York: Delacrit Press, 1983, 114, 142.


Paine, Lauran. The Assassin’s World. New York: Taplinger Publishing Co., 1975, 124-127.
Parker, Owen W. “The Assassination and Gunshot Wound of President James A. Garfield.” Minnesota Medicine 34 (March 1951): 227-33.
Peskin, Allan. “Charles Guiteau of Illinois.” Journal of Illinois State Historical Society 70 (May 1977): 130-139.
“Petition for a Stay of the Proceedings in the Case of Guiteau,” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CVI, No. 20 (May 18,1882): 476-477.
The Phipps Family. New York: Folkways Records and Service Corp., 1965
The Phipps Family: Faith, Love and Tragedy. (Folkways Cassettes Series) Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Folkways Records, 1991.
Pictorial History of President Garfield’s Career: His Home Life, Inauguration and Assassination. New York: Frank Leslie’s Publishing House, [1881.]
Pratt, Corydon. Guiteau and the Public Reflex Action of Life Upon Matter. Life—Its Object and Purpose. Religion and its Tendencies. Pratt’s Hollow, Madison County, New York, 1884.
“Prayers Submitted by the Counsel for the Government, for Instructions to be Given by the Court to the Jury.” [1882.] [Manuscript.]

President Garfield Dead! Complete Pictorial History of the Assassin and His Crime. Police Gazete Extra. [New York:] Richard K. Fox, 1881

Presidential Album. Containing over One Hundred and Fifty Illustrations, Consisting of Portraits of All the Presidents, from Washington to Arthur, Together with Views of Their Private Residences. Also, Forty Six Illustrations, Depicting Scenes in the Life, Death and Burial of President Garfield, Together with Many Illustrations of the Continued Trial of Guiteau. [Boston]: Published by Cummings Brothers, 1882.
Reed, Charles H. United States of America vs. Charles J. Guiteau. Brief for Defendant. Washington: Gibson Brothers, Printers, 1882. (At head of title: Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. General Term, April, A.D. 1882).
Report of the Proceedings in the Case of the United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau, Tried in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Holding a Criminal Term, and Beginning November 14, 1881. Washington, D.C., 1882. 3v.
Rexford, Rev. E. L., D.D. God and Crime. Guiteau’s Criminal Partnership with God and Certain Historical Parallels. [s.l., s.d.]
Riddle, A. G. The Life, Character and Public Services of Jas. A. Garfield. By A. G. Riddle, Author of “Students and Lawyers,” “Bart Ridgley,” “Alice Brand,” Etc., Etc. Cleveland, Ohio: W. W. Williams, Publisher, c. 1881.
Ridpath, John Clark, LL. D. Das Leben und Wirken von James A. Garfield. Eine Schinderung seiner Kinderjahre, seines Jugendstrebens, seiner Entwidelung zu einen charaktersesten Manne, seiner Energie als Soldat, seiner Karriere als Staatsmann und seiner Erwahlung zum Praesidenten; nebst der Beschreibung seines tragischen Todes. Memorial Ausgabe. Cincinnati, Ohio: Jones Brothers, 1881.
________. The Life and Trial of Guiteau the Assassin, Embracing a Sketch of His Early Career; His Dastardly Attack Upon the President; The Conduct of the Murderer in Prison; His Autobiography; The Strange Drama in the Court-Room; The Testimony of Experts and Celebrated Witnesses; The Progress of the Judicial Proceedings; Striking Scenes of the Trial; the Verdict and the Sentence of Death. By John Clark Ridpath, LL. D., Author of Life and Work of Garfield; A Popular History of the United States, etc. Illustrated. Cincinnati: Jones Brothers & Company, 1882.
________. The Life and Work of James A. Garfield, Twentieth President of the United States: Embracing An Account of the Scenes and Incidents of His Boyhood; The Struggles of His Youth; The Might of His Early Manhood; His Valor as a Soldier; His Career as a Statesman; His Election to the Presidency; and The Tragic Story of His Death. Cincinnati, Philadelphia: Jones Brothers & Company, 1881.
________. The Life and Work of James A. Garfield, Twentieth President of the United States: Embracing An Account of the Scenes and Incidents of His Boyhood; The Struggles of His Youth; The Might of His Early Manhood; His Valor as a Soldier; His Career as a Statesman; His Election to the Presidency; and The Tragic Story of His Death. By John Clark Ridpath, LL.D. Author of A Popular History of the United States; A Grammar-School History of History of the United States; An Inductive Grammar of the English Language, etc. Copiously Illustrated. At head of title: Memorial Edition. Cincinnati: Walden & Stowe, 1882, c1881.

Another issue: Hartford, Ct.: J. Betts, 1881.


Ring, Nancy McN. “The Religious Affiliations of Our Presidential Assassins.” Mid-America 16 (October 1933): 89-104; 16 (January 1934): 147-156.

Robinson, G. Wilse. “A Study of Political Assassinations.” American Journal of Psychiatry 121 (May 1965):1060-64.


Roseberry, Cecil R. “The Letters of Garfield’s Assassin.” Manuscript 7 (1955): 86-91.
Rosenberg, Charles E. “The Place of George M. Beard in Nineteenth-Century Psychiatry.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 36 (1962): 245-59.
________. The Trial of the Assassin Guiteau: Psychiatry and Law in the Gilded Age. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1968.

Schoyen, David Monrad. Praesident Garfield, hans liv og snigmord : samt en interessant beretning om hans maerkelige bane fra hans ungdomsliv paa farmen til hans ende som nationens forste mand : tiligemed en biografisk skizze af hans morder, Charles J. Guiteau. Chicago, Ill.: Verdens gangs forlag, 1881. (Amerikanske fortaellinger; nr. 4)


________. President Garfield. Intressant Skildring Af Hans Lefnad Och Det Å Honon Föröfvade Lönnmordet, Tillika Med En Biografisk Skiss Af Hans Mördare Carles J. Guiteau. Af David Monrad Schoyen. Med Illustrationer. Chicago, Enander & Bohmans Förlag. 1882.
Sicherman, Barbara. The Quest for Mental Health in America, 1880-1917. New York: Columbia University, 1967.
Sims, Ezra. Two Folk Songs. (Composers Facsimile Edition). New York: American Composers Alliance, 1961
Six Lies Nailed: The Assassination of President Lincoln Lie. The Assassination of President Garfield Lie. The Assassination of President McKinley Lie. The Lincoln Prophecy Lie. The Lafayette Prophecy Lie. The Pope Pius IX and the Confederacy Lie. Brooklyn: International Catholic Truth Society, 1914.
Smith, William R. Assassination and Insanity: Guiteau’s Case. Examined and Compared with Analogous Cases from the Earlier to the Present Times. Washington, D.C.: William R. Smith, 1881.
Sondheim, Stephen. Assassins. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. [Vocal score]. Rilting Music ; Secaucus, N.J. : Warner Bros.Publications [distributor], c1992.
________. Assassins. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by John Weidman. [Sound disc]. RCA Victor, 1991.
_________. Assassins. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by John Weidman.[Libretto]. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 1991.
Southern Mountain Folksongs and Ballads. (Riverside Folklore Series). New York: Riverside Records, 1952, 1959.
Sowers, Zachariah Turner. Official Report of the Post-Mortem Examination of Charles J. Guiteau, June 30, 1882. [Washington, D.C.: s. n.,] 1882.
Spitzka, Edward C. “The Case of Guiteau.” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 106 (March 23, 1882): 285-86.
________. “A Contribution to the Medical Status of Guiteau and the History of His Trial.” Alienist and Neurologist 4 (April 1883): 201-220.

________. “Editorial Notes and Comments: The Guiteau Autopsy.” American Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry 1 (August 1882): 381-92; 1 (November 1882): 522-40.


________. The Guiteau Autopsy. New York, 1882. Reprint of “Editorial Notes and Comments: The Guiteau Autopsy.” American Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry 1 (August 1882): 381-92 and 1 (November 1882): 522-40.

________. Insanity: Its Classification, Diagnosis, and Treatment. A Manual for Students and Practitioners of Medicine. New York: Birmingham & Co., 1883.


________. “Merits and Motives of the Movement for Asylum Reform,” Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases 5 (1878): 694-714.
________. “Reform in the Scientific Study of Psychiatry,” Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases 5 (1878): 201-228.

________. “A Reply to J. J. Elwell, M.D., in re Guiteau.” Alienist and Neurologist 4 (July 1883): 417-38.


Stein, Diana. Diana and Joe Stein collection, 1859-1931. Scrapbook of Clippings from the Sun (Baltimore, Maryland)...Concerning the Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth and the Conspiracy Trials, and the Trial of Charles Guiteau for the Assassination of President James A. Garfield, 1859 1881.
Stearns, Henry Putnam. Expert Testimony in the Case of the United States v. Guiteau. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1882. (Reprinted from Archives of Medicine 7 (June 1882):286-307.
Sunderland, Byron. A Discourse by Rev. Dr. Byron Sunderland, On the Shooting of President Garfield at the Depot in Washington, Saturday Morning, July 2d, 1881, By Charles J. Guiteau: Delivered at The First Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C. Sabbath Morning, July 3d, 1881. Washington, D.C.: R. O. Polkinhorn, Printer. 1881.
Taylor, J. M. “Assassin on Trial.” American Heritage, 32(4) 1981.

Taylor, Richard S. “Gilded Age Evangelicals, New Evangelical Historians, and the Politics of Discourse.” Hayes Historical Journal 9 (Winter 1990): 14-29.


Thayer, William M. From Log-Cabin to the White House: Life of James A. Garfield: Boyhood, Youth, Manhood, Assassination, Death, Funeral. By William M. Thayer, Author of “The Pioneer Boy, and How He Became President,” “Tact, Push, and Principle,” Lives of “Amos Lawrence,” “Charles Jewett,” etc. Boston: James H. Earle, Publisher; Electrotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry, 1881, c1880.
Torrey, E. Fuller, M.D., “The Year Neurology Almost Took Over Psychiatry.” Psychiatric Times Vol. XIX, 1 (January 2002), http:/www.mhsource.com/pt/p0202101b.html
“Trial of Charles J. Guiteau.” Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art 53 (1882): 101.
Trumble, Alfred. The Assassin's Doom. Full Account of the Jail Life, Trial and Sentence of Chas. J. Guiteau. A Sequel to "Guiteau's Crime." New York: R. K. Fox, 1882. (Police Gazette Series of Famous Criminals, no. 3).
Trumble, Alfred. Guiteau's Crime. The Full History of the Murder of President James A. Garfield. With Complete Secret Biography of the Assassin. New York: R. K. Fox, 1881. (Police Gazette Series of Famous Criminals).
Tucher, Andie. Froth & Scum. Truth, Beauty, Goodness, and the Ax Murder in America’s First Mass Medium. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1994.
[United States. Indiana. Bloomington. “Folksong Revival Concert,” 1963] [Sound recording.]
U.S. Supreme Court. Report of the Proceedings in the Case of the United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau, Tried in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Holding a Criminal Term, and Beginning November 14, 1881. H. H. Alexander and Edward D. Easton, official stenographers. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1882. 3 v.
U. S. Supreme Court. In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Holding a Criminal Term of June Term, AD 1881. The U. S. versus Charles J. Guiteau no. 14,056. Bill of Exception. [1881]. Reprint of the document submitted to the President by John W. Guiteau in the Matter of Application for a Commission De Lunatico Inquirendo, June 23, 1882. File No. 14056, National Archives.
U.S. Supreme Court. The United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau. New York: Arno Press, 1973.Reprint..

United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau, Criminal Case 14056. United States Supreme Court for the District of Columbia, Record Group 21, National Archives, Washington, D.C.


Wales, John Albert. “Approaching the End: The Doctors Have Agreed, Now Let the Jury Agree.” The Judge December 24 1881.
Wales, John Albert. “A Model Office-Seeker.” Puck July 13, 1881.
Wales, John Albert. “Universal Chorus: ‘Remove’ the Clown and Close the Farce as Soon as Possible.” The Judge December 3, 1881.
Walters, Ronald. American Reformers: 1815-1860. New York: Hill and Wang, 1978.
“Washington, D.C.—The Attack on the President’s Life.” Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper July 16, 1881.
“Washington, D.C.—The Closing Act in the Tragedy of President Garfield's Assassination.” Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper July 8, 1882.
“Washington, D.C.: The Doomed Assassin, Guiteau, Under the Shadow of the Death Watch.” Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper Vol. LIV, no. 1, 397 (July 1, 1882), 289.
Weinstein, Allen and R. Jackson Wilson. Freedom and Crisis: An American History. New York: Random House Inc., 1974, Chapter 27.
Wetzell, Richard F. Inventing the Criminal. A History of German Criminology, 1880-1945. Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press, 2000.
Williams, Walter W. “Sermon Preached in Christ Church by Rev. Walter W. Williams, D. D. Rector, September 25th, 1881.” Baltimore: The Sun Job Printing Office, 1881.
Worcester, Samuel. Insanity and its Treatment. Lectures on the Treatment of Insanity and Kindred Nervous Diseases. 1882.
________. “Review of the Guiteau Case,” New England Medical Gazette. Vol.17, no. 4 (April 1882): 114-122; Vol. 17, no. 5 (May 1882): 148 158.
________. Review of the Guiteau Case. [Salem, Mass.: s.n.,] 1882. Reprinted from New England Medical Gazette. Boston Vol.17, no. 4 (April 1882): 114-122; Vol. 17, no. 5 (May 1882): 148 158.
Wortman, Denis. An Address Commemorative of James A. Garfield, President of the United States. By Rev. Denis Wortman, D. D. Pastor of the Reformed Church, Fort Plain, N. Y. Sabbath Evening, Sept. 25, 1881. Fort Plain, N.Y.: Horace L. Greene, Book and Job Printer, 1881. At Head of title: Strangulatus Pro Republica.
Wright, J. A. Was President Garfield Providentially Removed by the Assassin Guiteau? –Or—Do Liberal Fear to Die? Concluded with References on Civilization. A discussion on the above Subjects Was Held in the Youngstown Ohio Free Press. By J. A. Wright And a Prominent Clergyman, Who Says He Is Forced to Conceal his Identity. Indianapolis, Ind.: The Ironclad Age Print, [1882]
Journals and Periodicals Consulted
The Alienist and Neurologist. 1881-1884
American Journal of Insanity. 1881-1884.
American Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry. 1882.
American Journal of Psychiatry, XIII(1), July, 1933.
American Law Review. 1881-1884.
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. 1881-1884.
The Congregationalist. 1881-1882.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease vol. 9, no. 1 (January, 1882): 90-125.
New York Herald. 1881-1882.
New York Times. 1881-1882.

North American Review. 1881-1884.





Download 95.96 Kb.

Share with your friends:




The database is protected by copyright ©ininet.org 2020
send message

    Main page