- Bayles' Long Island Handbook: 1885, by Richard Mather Bayles. Babylon, NY: Budget Steam Print, 1885 (Google Books)
-- PML Catalog Sampler:
- Algeo, Matthew. The President is a Sick Man: Wherein the Supposedly Virtuous Gover Cleveland Survives a Secret Surgery at Sea and Vilifies the Courageous Newspaperman Who Dared Expose the Truth. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2011.
History - Spanish-American War, 1898
-- Camp Black
- Camp Black, Garden City, Hempstead Plains 1898 (Long Island Genealogy.com)
- Hardships at Hempstead; The State Troops at Camp Black Suffering Much for Lack of Equipments [sic] (New York Times, May 3, 1898: p. 3)
- Muster-in at Camp Black; Four Companies of the Fourteenth Regiment Sworn in as United States Volunteers; Second Provisional Ready; Fourteenth Expects to Go South at Once -- Liquor Problem Agitating the Minds of Officers at Headquarters (New York Times, May 14, 1898: p. 4)
-- Camp Wickoff
- Camp Wickoff / Wyckoff on Montauk Point, Long Island (Long Island Genealogy.com)
- Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Part 2, by Patrick McSherry (Spanish-American War Centennial Website)
- LaGumina, Salvatore J. "Camp Wickoff, 'That Accursed Place.'" Long Island Forum, 44(7) July 1981: pp. 144-146, 148-150.
- Weingold, Marilyn E. "Montauk's Angels: The Women's War Relief Association at Camp Wickoff (1898)." Long Island Forum, 48(10) October 1985: pp. 191-195.
-- Rail Transport
- The Spanish-American War and the Long Island Railroad: Camp Wickoff (Arrt's-Archives.com)
- The Stewart Line, Long Island Railroad Central Extension, Spanish-American War to World War Two (Arrt's-Archives.com)
-- Rough Riders
- DeWan, George. "The Rough Riders Return: After a 'Bully Fight' in Cuba, Roosevelt and His Men Land in Montauk as Heroes" (Long Island: Our Story). Newsday, April 6, 1998: A 15.
- Rough Rider, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt (Theodore Roosevelt Association)
- The Rough Riders [full text], by Theodore Roosevelt (Bartleby.com)
- "February 1983 -- Month Designated 'Black History Month': President Theodore Roosevelt's Philosophy on Racial Discrimination; T.R. and Booker T. Washington; T.R. and James Amos" [1 sheet]. [s.l.: s.n., 1983.]