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Episode Five: Thanks, Credits, and Notes

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Books

Scharlott, Bradford. The Hoosier Newsman and the Hooded Order: Indiana Press Reaction to the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1978.

Lutholtz, M. William. Grand Dragon, D.C. Stephenson and the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 1991.

Moore, Leonard. Citizen Klansmen, The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana, 1921-1928. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1991.

Pegram, Thomas. One Hundred Percent American. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2011.

 ARTICLES

McVeigh, Rory. “Structural Incentives for Conservative Mobilization: Power Devaluation and the Rise of the Ku Klux Klan, 1915-1925.” Social Forces, 77, no. 4 (Jun. 1999): 1461-1496.

Smith, Ron. “The Klan’s Retribution Against an Indiana Editor: A Reconsideration.” Indiana Magazine of History, 106, Issue 4: 381-400.

Blog posts

Taylor, Stephen, “KU KLUX U: HOW THE KLAN ALMOST BOUGHT A UNIVERSITY” accessed Hoosier State Chronicles, Indiana State Library. 

SPECIAL THANKS

Chandler Lighty

As the Director of the Indiana Historical Bureau, Chandler makes Talking Hoosier History possible. Up until now, he’s stayed behind the scenes but in this episode he made his voice acting debut as the voice of D.C. Stephenson. Thank you, Chandler, for joining us in the recording studio!

Jill Weiss

Jill is the sound engineer for Talking Hoosier History and passes off surfing the internet as "searching for podcast music." She also assures Lindsey throughout the recording process that she’s not doing any worse than usual and covers up any flaws with music and sound effects.

Justin Clark

Justin is a project assistant with the Hoosier State Chronicles newspaper digitization project. In this episode, he voiced the Indianapolis Times and Ed Jackson. If you’re interested in reading historical newspaper articles, visit Hoosier State Chronicles online.

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