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Abraham Lincoln's Most Notorious Forgers


Abraham Lincoln Online (2003). Letter to Mrs. Bixby.

Bullard, F. Lauristan. Again, the Bixby Letter. Excerpt from original Lincoln Herald article from summer 1951 issue; volume 53, no. 2, pp 26-27, 37.

Hamilton, Charles (1996). Great Forgers and Famous Fakes. Glenbridge Publishing. Lakewood, Colorado, USA.

Kuntz, Jerry. "I'm Working on a Million Dollar Deal": A Biographical Essay on Henry Woodhouse.

Ramsland, Katherine (2001). Literary Forensics. To be found on Crime Library.

Rendell, Kennith W. Forging History: The Detection of Fake Letters and Documents. University of Oklahoma Press; 1994.

Solis-Cohen, Lita (2002). Hopkinson Archive Declared Forgery and Withdrawn from Auction.

Twohig, Dorthy (1998). George Washington Forgeries and Facsimile. Provenance: The Journal of the Society of Georgia Archiveists, spring issue, vol. 1, pp. 1-13.

U.S. News and World Report (July 2000). Davy Crockett and Amelia Earhart are not alive and well on Atlantis, or are they?

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