Eugene Rising: The Bibliography

It has been over three months since Double Sided Media published our seven-part “Eugene Rising” series.

Since its inception, and in our efforts to be as transparent as possible, both its authors, MG Belka and James Croxton, planned to publish a full bibliography.

Here it is. Every-single source that was used for the series in chronological order.

Part I

  1. Terry, John. “Founder’s Wife Suggests Unique Name for City of Eugene –” Oregonlive, The Oregonian, 4 Sept. 2010,
  2. McQuiddy, Steve. Eugene.
  3. Sheriff Biographies.
  5. Jenson, Kimberly. Woman’s Suffrage in Oregon.
  6. Laura Harris: Early Oregon Women’s Rights Advocate. Western Oregon University, June 2015.
  7. Abney, Tim. “History of Goshen.” Lane County Historian, vol. 29, no. 2, 1984.
  8. Edmonson, Jim. “The Edmonson Hop Yards of Early Goshen.” Lane County Historian, vol. 29, no. 2, 1984.
  9. Prelle-Tworek, Clista. “Alasa & Walter Prelle of Cottage Grove” Lane County Historian, vol. 29, no. 2, 1984.
  10. Lewis, David G., et al. “Native Community History of Eugene Area.” QUARTUX, 11 Apr. 2016,

Part II

  1. Chandler, JD. “The Portland IWW: Revolution and Music.” Street Roots. 4 Jan 2019.
  2. Raging Grannies International.
  3. Bull, Brian. “Eugene Businesses Unite To Address Issues With Lawless Transients.” KLCC, 27 Nov 2019.
  4. Gregory, James, et al,. “IWW Strikes 1905-1920.” Mapping American Social Movements Through the 20th Century. University of Washington, 2015.
  5. John, Finn J.D. “Radical Wobblies Found Support among Oregon Loggers,” Offbeat Oregon, 27 Jan. 2012,
  6.  Bari, Judi. “The Secret History of Tree Spiking.” Earth First! Journal, 21 Dec. 1994,
  7. “Syndicalism is a Trap,” Oregonian, 15 Nov. 1919.
  8. Helquist, Michael. “Criminal Syndicalism Law of Oregon.”
  9. “The Oregon Black Laws.” Oregon Social Justice, Oregon State University.
  10. Loewen, James W., Cheney, Matt, et al. “Sundown Towns.”
  11. Toy, Eckard. “Ku Klux Klan.” Oregon Encyclopedia, Oregon Historical Society, 19 Sept. 2019.
  12. “Lest We Forget: The Klu Klux Klan Stands For” Eugene Daily Guard. 8 Nov. 1922.
  13. Huffman, Robin, “An Analysis of the Interrelationship Between the Oregon School Law of 1922, the Press of Oregon, the Election of Walter Pierce and the Ku Klux Klan” (1974). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2043.
  14. Johnson, David Alan, et al. Report on the History of Matthew P. Deady and Frederick S. Dunn. University of Oregon, 2015,
  15. Advertisement. Eugene Daily Guard. 28 June 1924.
  16. Staff. “A Moving Day.” Eugene Register-Guard. 13 June 1997.
  17. “A CROSS IN OREGON IS ORDERED DOWN.” The New York Times, 21 June 1970.,
  18. Olcott, Benjamin J. “Proclamation Against the Ku Klux Klan, 1922.” 13 May 1922.
  19. Websdale, Neil S. “Making Sense of Civil Service Reform: Policing, Politics and Power in Eugene, Oregon during the Great Depression.” Policing and Society, vol. 3, no. 2, Feb. 1993, pp. 91–119. doi:10.1080/10439463.1993.9964661.
  20. “Eugene Modernism 1935-65.” Eugene Historic Review Board, June 2003,
  22. “Discrimination Here? Case History Told.” Eugene Guard, 08 March 1963.

Part III

  1. Anderson, Jaja, “Short History of the Black Panther Party in the Eugene, Oregon Chapter. It’s About Time: Black Panther Party Legacy and Alumni.
  2. About Us. MEChA de UO.
  3. Castaneda, Oscar Rosales. “Timeline: Movimiento from 1960-1985.” Chicano/a Movement in Washington. University of Washington.
  4. Barnum, Gary. A HISTORY Of ANTI-WAR ACTIVITY AT THE UNIVERSITY Of OREGON 1964-1970. University of Oregon, June 1977,
  5. Bigalke, Zach. “Student Protests on the UO Campus: Demonstrations of the Late 1960s.” Unbound. 21 Jan 2015.
  6. “History.” City of Eugene.
  7. “Arson at Eugene Armory.” The Spokesman-Review. 30 Sept. 1968.
  8. “Oregon Saboteurs Dynamite Church, Bank, other Buildings.” Los Angeles Times, 21 May 1969.
  9. Metzler, Ken. “Metzler notes: Black Panther interview.” University of Oregon, Fall 1969.
  10. “Mac Court at UO (1926-2009).” Lane County Music History Project, 10 Oct. 2015,
  11. Hayden, Tom, et al. “The Port Huron Statement.” 15 June 1962.
  12. “The Kent State Shootings, 35 Years Later.”, 4 May 2005.
  13. “Student Conduct Code.” University of Oregon Policy Library.
  14. Masse, Mark H. “Healing House: The Colorful History of White Bird Clinic.” White Bird Clinic, 2 Nov. 2020, originally published 1994.
  15. Newcomb, Tim. “The 30 Most Important Nike Logos of All Time.” Complex, 20 Apr. 2020.
  19. Dietz, Diane. “Former mayor Les Anderson dies at 78.” Eugene Register-Guard, 9 Oct. 2000.
  21. Painter, George. “The Sensibilities of Our Forefathers: The History of Sodomy Laws in the United States, Oregon.” Gay and Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest (GLAPN), 2001.
  24. City Recorder of Eugene, Oregon. “City of Eugene Election Index.”
  25. City of Eugene Human Rights Code.
  26. Rosenberg, Martin. “Rights vote puts Eugene on spot.” The Capital Journal. 19 May 1978.
  27. “Anita Bryant praises Eugene.” Albany Democrat-Herald. 24 May 1978.
  28. Pope, Daniel. “Anti-Nuclear Movement.” Oregon Encyclopedia, Oregon Historical Society.
  29. Koberstein, Paul. “Trojan: PGE’s Nuclear Gamble.” Willamette Week, 8 March 2005.
  30. Kirchmeier, Mark. “Oct. 27, 1975: A Vietnam vet decides to stop Oregon’s nuclear plants…” Willamette Week, 4 Nov 2014.
  31. Caldwell, Earl. “NERVE GAS SHIFT STIRS NORTHWEST.” The New York Times, 3 May 1970.,
  32. “History of Johnston Atoll.”
  33. Stephen, Lynn. The Story of PCUN and the Farmworker Movement in Oregon. University of Oregon, Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies (CLLAS), July 2012.
  34. Stiles, Gred. Scar Tissue. Medford Mail-Tribune, 19 Feb. 2014.
  35. “Strikes by 20,000 Teachers Delay Beginning of School in 11 States.” The New York Times, 5 Sept. 1979.,

Part IV

  1. Mapes, Jeff. “For Oregon, the Early 1980s Recession Was the ‘Great Recession.’” The Oregonian, 11 Oct. 2011,
  2. Wells, Gail “Restructuring the Timber Economy.” The Oregon History Project, Oregon Historical Society, 2006.
  3. 1980 Presidential General Election Results – Oregon.
  4. Portal, Ann. “Eugene voters give mayor’s seat to Miller.” Eugene Register-Guard, 9 Nov 1988.,2063969&hl=en
  5. Mosely, Joe. “LINT: Good idea, but ill-fated from start?” Eugene Register-Guard, 5 Dec. 1982.
  6. United States General Accounting Office. “Report to the Chairman, Information, Justice, Transportation and Agriculture Subcommittee, Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives.” April 1993.
  8. Turner, Wallace. “TIP LEADS TO THE ARREST OF RADICAL SOUGHT IN 1970 OREGON CASE.” The New York Times, 22 Jan. 1987.,
  9. Elliot, Diana. “Animals stolen from UO labs.” Eugene Register-Guard, 27 Oct. 1986.
  10. Scott, Aaron. “‘Timber Wars’ Episode 1: The Last Stand.” Oregon Public Broadcasting, 22 Sept 2020. 
  11. “Logging Foes Lose Fight to Stop ‘Easter Massacre.’” UPI, 30 Mar 1989.
  12. “Tens of Thousands Rally against War.” Baltimore Sun, 16 Jan. 1991.,
  14. Harris, Scott and Gordon, Larry. “Anti-War Protests Widen by Students : Demonstrations: USC and UCLA Hold Large, Lively Rallies in Opposition to Persian Gulf Battle. Hundreds Are Arrested throughout the Nation.” Los Angeles Times, 18 Jan. 1991,
  16. Wilson, Rebecca. “Get Out of the Fog and into More Original Cafe.” Oregon Daily Emerald, 17 Jan 2001. 
  17. Wright, Evan. “Swamp’s Last Day on Earth.” Rolling Stone, 30 Mar. 2000,
  18. Davis, Tony. “Last Line of Defense.” High Country News, 2 Sept. 1996,
  19. Elderkin, Susan. “What a difference a year makes.” High Country News, 2 Sept. 1996.
  20. “Eco-Violence: The Record.” Southern Poverty Law Center, 
  21. Castillon, Nic. “The Evolution of Eugene’s Anarchist Movements.” Daily Emerald, 29 July 2018.
  22. Hettena, Seth and Wides, Laura. “ELF lays claim to new wave of suburb eco-vandalism.” Associated Press, 2 Oct 2003.
  23. Davis, Tony. “Forest Service building is torched by night raiders.” High Country News, 9 Dec. 1996.
  24. Abraham, Kera. “Flames of Dissent PT. II: Eco-Anarchy Rising.” Eugene Weekly, 9 Nov. 2006.
  25. Houston, Henry. “Torrey on Board.” Eugene Weekly, 2 May 2019.
  26. “Anarchists form national image.” Daily Emerald, 7 May 2001.
  27. Collins, Eric. “Blaze closes meat operations.” Eugene Register-Guard, 10 May 1999.
  29. Abraham, Kera. “Flames of Dissent Pt. III: Eco-Anarchy Imploding.” Eugene Weekly, 22 Nov 2006.
  30. Verhovek, Sam Howe and Kahn, Joseph. “Street Rage: Dark Parallels With Anarchy Concocted in Oregon.” The New York Times, 3 Dec 1999.
  31. Russo, Edward. “A costly lesson.” Eugene Register-Guard, 5 Apr 2014.
  32. Smith, R. Ashley. “ELF issues statement denying involvement with arson.” Daily Emerald, 2 Apr 2001.
  35. Tabrizian, Ardeshir. “Slow Burn.” Eugene Weekly, 18 Feb. 2021.

Part V

  1. Sierralupe, Sue. “Occupy Medical provides free medical care.” The Eugene Occupier, Vol. 1, No. 1, 12 Mar 2012.
  2. Price, Crystal. “Occupy protesters move to Millrace.” KVAL, 28 Oct. 2011.
  3. McKee, Chris. “Occupy Eugene sets up for long haul in Washington Jefferson Park.” KMTR, 10 Nov. 2011.
  4. Moran, Jack. “Man hurt at Occupy camp dies of injuries.” Eugene Register-Guard, 24 Dec 2011.
  5. “Occupy Eugene Tent Monsters Infest George Poling’s Lawn.”
  6. Nelson, Vickie. “Occupy Eugene Walks With Trayvon Martin. Eugene Occupier, May 2012.
  7. Nelson, Vickie. “Beatrice Occupies Her Courage.” Eugene Occupier, Sept.-Oct. 2012.
  8. Bellini, Christina. “21 Cited For Protest at Free Speech Plaza.” Eugene Occupier, March-April 2013.
  9. “No War With Syria Rally” Eugene Occupier, Autumn 2013.
  10. Kimball, Reid. “Opinion: Failure Within Occupy Eugene.”
  11. “Occupy Eugene clinic provides free medical aid to those who can’t afford it.” Daily Emerald, 25 Feb 2012.
  12. Dietz, Diane. “A march for respect.” Eugene Register-Guard, 13 Nov. 2015.
  13. Nelson, Vickie. “Rally and March for Lost Black Lives” Eugene Occupier, Summer 2016.
  14. “Group plans to protest arrest; police called scene a near riot.” KVAL, 24 Oct. 2016.
  15. McDonald, Rachel. “Trump Rallies a Crowd of Thousands in Eugene.” KLCC, 6 May 2016.
  16. “Rally breaks out on University of Oregon campus.” KMTR, 8 Nov. 2016.
  17. Force, Ashley. “Eugene Women’s March: ‘We won’t be grabbed by our pink hats.’” KVAL, 21 Jan 2017.
  18. “Trump supporter’s car damaged in conflict with Eugene protesters.” KATU & Associated Press, 31 Jan. 2017.
  19. Bull, Brian. “Continental ‘Indigenous Peoples March’ Includes Eugene.” KLCC, 18 Jan 2019.
  20. Hyland, Macy. “Second Amendment Activists Make Their Voices Heard.” KEZI, 21 Apr 2018.
  21. “Ciy of Eugene Hate and Bias Crime and Incident Report: January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017.” 10 March 2018.
  22. Anonymous. “Eugene, OR: Neo-Nazis Launch Campaign Against Local Community.” It’s Going Down, 5 Feb 2017.
  23. Houck, Colin. “White Supremacist To Be Transferred.” Eugene Weekly, 30 Jan 2020.
  24. Wilson, Jason. “‘This is evil at work’: how should a small town react to neo-Nazis?” The Guardian, 23 Oct 2018.
  25. Crombie, Noelle. “Embolded white nationalists? Look no further than this liberal Oregon college town.” The Oregonian/OregonLive, 29 Dec. 2017.
  26. Kavanaugh, Shane Dixon. “Oregon white nationalist clases with antifa activists, later hospitalized.” The Oregonian/OregonLive, 18 Dec. 2018.
  27. “Truck emblazoned with swastika parked in heart of University of Oregon campus.” KVAL, 20 Apr 2017.
  28. Houston, Henry. “Protesters ‘Trump’ Flag Waving Rally and Speakers.” Eugene Weekly, 5 May 2019.

Part VI

  1. Forrest, Jack and Powell, Carrington. “Breaking: Protesters tear down pioneer statues after Deady Hall protest.” Daily Emerald, 13 Jun 2020.
  2. Kanik, Hannah. “New research reveals the Pioneer statue’s controversial history.” Daily Emerald, 20 May 2019.
  3. “University statement on Pioneer statues.”
  4. Croxton, James. “Driver cited in relation to hit-and-run with local activist.” Daily Emerald, 12 Aug 2020.
  5. “Marching for Justice” Eugene Weekly, 9 July 2020.
  6. Gabriel, Elizabeth. “11th Week of Lane County Jail Detainees’ Hunger Strike, Call for Inmate Worker Strike.” KLCC, 3 Sept. 2020.
  7. Christensen, Kelsey. “Protest at Lane County Wednesday ends in violence and arrest.” KVAL, 2 July 2020.
  8. Gabriel, Elizabeth. “Eugene Protesters Claim Maltreatment from EPD, Lane County Jail.” KLCC, 19 July 2020.
  9. “July 25 Protests and Riot Response”
  10. “Mayor: Eugene ‘faced again with violence and destruction in our city’s downtown.’” KTVL, 27 July 2020.

Part VII

  1. “Corey Wyatt: A White Supremacist Emerges From Prison to Lead Far-Right Faction.” Eugene Antifa, 23 Aug 2020.
  2. Gabriel, Elizabeth. “Rick Braziel Chosen for External Investigation into SPD, Thurston Protest.” KLCC, 5 Oct. 2020.
  3. Forrest, Jack. “Black Lives Matter Protests in Springfield.” Eugene Weekly, 7 Aug. 2020.
  4. Lynn, Samara. “Controversial group ADOS divides black Americans in fight for economic equality.” ABC News, 19 Jan 2020.
  5. Stewart, Jade Yamazaki. “EPD, City Sued for Protest Response.” Eugene Weekly, 6 Aug 2020.
  6. “Can you help ID? Eugene Police release photos of over 60 suspects in May riot.” KVAL, 12 Aug 2020.
  7. Croxton, James. “Eugene protest organizer announces candidacy for mayor in week ten of demonstrations.” Daily Emerald, 14 Aug 2020.
  8. Croxton, James. “13th week of protests stands in solidarity with Washington D.C.” Daily Emerald, 4 Sept. 2020.
  9. “Tim Davis: Springfield White Supremacist & Member of The American Patriot Society (TAPS).” Eugene Antifa, 23 Aug 2020.
  10. Belka, MG. “The Night of the Attorney General’s Announcement.”, 29 Sept. 2020.
  11. Henshaw, Melanie and Croxton, James. “Protesters take direct action on UO campus during 16th week of protests.” Daily Emerald, 9 Oct. 2020.
  12. Adams, Tom. “EPD looks to better police protests and potential riots in Eugene.” KVAL, 27 July 2020.
  13. Henshaw, Melanie and Croxton, James. “Black Unity and an autonomous group hold marches during the 17th week of local protests.” Daily Emerald, 16 Oct. 2020.
  14. “Stop the Steal Rally Held in Salem.” KPTV, 8 Nov. 2020.
  15. Croxton, James. “UO College Republicans face backlash after attending Proud Boys-supported rally.” Daily Emerald, 10 Dec. 2020.
  16. Aghel, Parsa. “Opinion: It’s time for the University of Oregon College Fascists to go.” Daily Emerald, 10 Dec. 2020.
  17. Baudhuin, Leo. “ASUO struggles to reprimand UO college republicans with its limited powers.” Daily Emerald, 9 Dec. 2020.
  18. Binford-Ross, Eddy. “An Oregon Man’s Violent Road To DC.” South Salem High School Clypian, 12 Jan. 2021,

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