If I so much as checked a date somewhere I have tried to list the generic source here. It got to the point where the number of specific references for a Weeks entry would overwhelm the article and cluttered things up too much for the purposes intended here. The OWDR is usually far to brief to constitute a major reference source of itself in any case. I have certainly given you plenty of starting points here though. My particular apologies to magazine writers; however, those publications usually run excellent indexes which allow you find more about items (and thereby the writers) which interest you.
Books – many from my own collection; most seem to be available somewhere out there…
Newspapers – some are still around, some aren’t.
Magazines – some are still around, some aren’t.
Websites – usually set up as links to the listed site (and see our own Links to Friends page)
Dictionary – Small but it will no doubt grow…
Contributors – Anyone who has helped me generate information or provided photographs for The Old West Daily Reader.
Books, Novels & History, non-ref - Anything noted in the weeks but not in the above Reference list.
Days – Entry Totals – How many articles are there for each day in the Weeks?
Here are the links to the weekly Old West Daily Reader Internet Radio Segments
on The Reenactors (.com) website.
Also any interviews with Doc on The Reenactors or elsewhere.