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Wayne Pounds
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EMAIL: wapo "at" cl.aoyama.ac.jp
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John Wayne Gacy
For my poem about Gacy, find the "Killer Choruses" page in the upper horizontal bar of my Home Page. There I wrote that I am considering doing a book called “Killer Choruses / Pulp Poems / Killings for Idiots and Wits.” I have posted one poem here to test t...

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The Anvil and the Rock
Anvil, a village six miles east of Meeker in southern Lincoln County, was named for a rock. Not just any rock, of course, but a stone god: ten feet long, five feet wide, shaped like an anvil, and standing eight feet high on its pedestal. The settlement had ...

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Gable School, 1902
Names at Gable School, 1902 Back Row L to R: Walter Hallbeck, Kyla Baker, Magie (Maggie?) Mead,  Hersie Burns, Rose Levisay, Ralph Hallbeck, Pryor Millican,  Bert Hall, Joel Sandlin, Teacher 2nd Row: Wilbur Hallbeck, Will Hawe, Gertie Burns, Maud Baker Eva ...

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Three-Year-Old Travels Alone from New York to Stroud
Three-Year-Old Travels Alone from NY to OK New York Times , 7 March 1900      Assistant General Passenger Agent Palmer of the Wabash today received a telegram from Stroud, Oklahoma, announcing that Helen M. Francis, three years and eight months old, had arr...

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The Fate of Bones: Correction and Addendum
website: http://www.ueno-wayne.org/ email: poundsway@gmail.com Images have been dropped from this online version of the essay but I'll be happy to supply a perfect version upon request. wp Part I: Correction and Addition Samuel Pounds (1755-1856) [ These tw...

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Correction & Addendum to "The Fate of Bones"
Note to the reader: The images are missing from this version. If you'd like to see them, email me and I'll send you the original text with the images. Email: poundsway@gmail.com Part I: Correction and Addition Samuel Pounds (1755-1856) [ These two sections ...

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George Walker Pound, Sheriff of Tobucksy County, Choctaw Nation
George Pound received his calling to a career pursuing criminals early, when bushwhackers entered the family's home and killed his father with a shotgun blast. The family had been sitting down eating supper. This was Pontotoc County, part of the old Chickas...

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For you Lincoln County history buffs out there, have a look at my new book, non-fiction narratives based on old newspaper archives & photos: The Lonesome Death of Billie Grayson, and Other Killings in Early-Day Lincoln County: https://www.tatepublishing.com...

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As law and order arrived, the West became less hospitable to outlaws, forcing them like Huck Finn to head for the territories--Indian and later Oklahoma Territory. Just as in a drought, when a stream dries up the fish collect in pools, so Oklahoma was the l...
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