Bibliography

We believe in giving credit where credit is due, so we’ll be citing our sources here for when we just have to look up a certain piece of information or if we quote something directly.

This page will show the bibliography for the current year’s posts only. For previous years:

  1. Tonja Buford-Bailey: Olympics Website: Tonja Buford-Bailey, Tonja Buford-Bailey on Wikipedia, and Dayton Daily News: Archdeacon: Tonja Buford-Bailey still running strong.
  2. The Tragic Life of Enos Doolittle and his Doolittle Tavern: Centerville-Washington History: Enos Doolittle, Find a Grave: Enos Doolittle
  3. Fairmont Firebird Symbol: Fairmont High School (Ohio) on Wikipedia, and Fairmont Flyer: Fairmont history: When East met West and other cool facts,
  4. August Foerste – This Guy Rocks: Centerville-Washington History: August F. Foerste, August Foerste on Wikipedia, Foerste, August Frederick on Encyclopedia.com, and Dayton Daily News: August F. Foerste – one of the top geologists/paleontologists of era.
  5. Fun Facts about the Van Cleves: Home Field Advantage: A Century of Partnership Between Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Dayton, Ohio in the Pursuit of Aeronautical Excellence, Patricia A. Kerns, 2004, Benjamin Van Cleve on Wikipedia, and Find a Grave: Benjamin Van Cleve
  6. Benjamin Robbins: Centerville-Washington History: Benjamin Robbins, City of Centerville Ohio: Our History, Find a Grave: Benjamin Robbins, and Find a Grave: Sugar Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.
  7. Johann Jacob Coy, Jr.: The Jacob Coy Family, Beavercreek Living: The Jacob Coy Cabin, Find a Grave: Johann Jacob Coy, Beavercreek Living: Jacob Coy’s Estate, Jacob Coy from Bavaria 1739-1832, 15 Cemeteries within the township of Beavercreek -1800, and Dayton Daily News: Beavercreek names new schools to open next year.
  8. Huffman Dam: Five Rivers MetroParks: Huffman before it was a MetroPark, and Five Rivers MetroParks: Huffman.
  9. A Few Fun Facts about Dayton: Home Field Advantage: A Century of Partnership Between Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Dayton, Ohio in the Pursuit of Aeronautical Excellence, Patricia A. Kerns, 2004.
  10. John H. Wartinger and Wartinger Park: Beavercreek Historical Society: Wartinger Historical Park, Beavercreek Living: Beavercreek Heritage Trail, and Find a Grave: John Henry Wartinger.