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Captain Seabury's Serpent (sources)

  1. "The (Protectionist) Sea-Serpent," article in Punch, or the London Charivari, March 13, 1852. Pg. 115
  2. "Tell it to the Marines!," article in Punch, or the London Charivari, March 13, 1852. Pg. 117
  3. "Going Great Lengths," article in Punch, or the London Charivari, March 20, 1852. Pg. 121
  4. "What Was Found Inside the American Sea-Serpent," article in Punch, or the London Charivari, March 20, 1852. Pg. 122
  5. "The Capture of the Sea-Serpent," article in Punch, or the London Charivari, March 20, 1852. Pg. 123
  6. "The Death of the Sea-Serpent," article in Punch, or the London Charivari, March 27, 1852. Pg. 132
  • "Reported Capture of the Sea-Serpent," article in The Zoologist: a Popular Miscellany of Natural History, Volume the Tenth, 1852 London, England. Pg. 3426-3429
  • The Sailor's Magazine, Vol. 27, No. 5, January 1855 The American Seaman's Friend Society, New York, USA. Pgs. 133
  • "The Man Who Killed a Sea Serpent," by Everett S. Allen, Ships and the Sea, Vol. 4-6, 1954. Pg. 24-25,47,49-50
  • Stranger Than Science, by Frank Edwards, 1978 Bantam Books (reprint of 1959 Lyle Stuart, Inc.), New York, NY, USA. Pgs. 23-25

Additional Sources (that add nothing new)

  • "The Monongahela and the Sea Serpent," by C.O. Clark, article in FATE Magazine, December 1958, iss. 105 (vol. 11, No. 12), Clark Publishing Company, United States. Pgs. 31-33.