The Mason County "Hoo Doo" War, 1874-1902

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Appendix IV

The following list was developed by Glenn Hadeler based upon the assumption that men who band together have other affiliations in common. The list presents a scientific approach to determining some of the mob members during the Hoo Doo War but should not be interpreted as a definitive fact. It was first presented at the Second Hoo Doo War Symposium held at Mason, Texas, during 2003.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction "A War of Extermination" 1
  • Chapter 1- "Murderous Passions Unleashed" 7
  • Chapter 2- "Enough Money to Burn a Wet Dog" 18
  • Chapter 3- "Stock War!" 33
  • Chapter 4- "The Fright Hangs over Us" 51
  • Chapter 5- "Another Horrible Murder" 64
  • Chapter 6- "Rance and Co.’s Band of Freebooters" 77
  • Chapter 7- "A Man of Large Connexions" 91
  • Chapter 8- "A Most Horrible State of Affairs" 105
  • Chapter 9- "Intervention Was Necessary’ 119
  • Chapter 10- "Shooting Each Other with Renewed Energy" 133
  • Chapter 11- "I Think There Is Some Trouble at Hand" 149
  • Chapter 12- "More Blood" 164
  • Chapter 13- "The Gladden Trial" 181
  • Chapter 14- "A Thiefs Paradise" 194
  • Chapter 15- "Casting out Devils" 206
  • Chapter 16- "A Shocking and Lamentable Sequel" 218
  • Conclusion- "A Bitter Cup of Suffering" 232
  • Appendix I- The Factions 240
  • Appendix II 242
  • Appendix III 245
  • Appendix IV 250
  • Notes 252
  • Selected Bibliography 306
  • Index 319
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