Werter D. Dodd, "The Hindu in the Northwest" (1907)
Article from World Today (Vol. 13, 1907) by Bellingham Herald newspaper editor Werter D. Dodd (1871-1959) describing the events, cause, and effect of the Bellingham Riot: "A mob of six hundred workmen in the lumber mills raided the quarters of the Orientals, completely terrorized them and forced them to leave the city. Many of the Hindus were injured, but none fatally.
"Home Rule in India"
Essay published in the June 1907 (Vol. 12, No. 6) in World Today by the Chicago-based writer Yotindra Bose on home rule in India, outlining the partition of Bengal, and the birth of the Swadeshi movement. Bose emphasizes the diversity of the movement, and quotes extensively from Dadabhoy Naoroji, the president of the 22nd Indian National Congress Conference in December 26, 1906.