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    Comprehensive References

    Associated Press, Hunt for Dillinger And Six Associates Impeded by Snow, Baltimore Sun, April 24, 1934, Baltimore, 1934. View Full Entry
    Feldman and Cook, Wisconsin Curiosities, Second Edition, Guilford, CT, 2004. View Full Entry
    Hiller, Don, A Sayner Legend [Neal Long], Vilas County Historical Museum Newsletter, Vol. 11, #2, Summer, 2009., Sayner, 2009. View Full Entry
    Misher, Kevin (producer), Public Enemies [Film, DVD], Universal City, CA, 2009. View Full Entry

    Major References

    Gibe at Raid on Dillinger, Little Bohemia Natives Say 'Revenooers' Should Have Enlisted Them., New York Times, April 25, 1934, New York, 1934. View Full Entry
    Bie, Michael, It Happened in Wisconsin, It Happened in Series, Guilford, CT, 2007. View Full Entry
    Hollatz, Tom, Haunted Northwoods, St. Cloud, MN, 2000. View Full Entry
    Pohlen, Jerome, Oddball Wisconsin, Chicago, 2001. View Full Entry
    Rockoff, Jonathan, Where Gangsters Got Away, Baltimore Sun, Sept. 5, 2003, p. 2A., Baltimore, 2003. View Full Entry
    Swenson and Johnson, Resorts of Wisconsin, Hibbing, MN, 2012. View Full Entry

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    +++|Frank Long's Story

    "During the John Dillinger raid at Little Bohemia in 1934, Frank Long [Neal Long's grandfather] was asked to help. After the shootout, the FBI, didn't have any money to pay him, so that gave him a .44 cal Smith and Sesson that they found in Baby Face Nelson's room. The family still has the gun and in tracing the gun they found that it had been stolen in St. Louis." ##1473 Hiller, "A Sayner Legend."##