The following is a list of books and articles about Chief Logan which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.
Doddridge, Joseph. Logan the Last of the Race of Shikellemus,
Chief Cayuga Nation , Parsons, WV, McClain Printing Co.,
Mayer, Brantz. Tah-gah-jute; of Loagn and Cresap, an Historical Essay , Albany J. Munsell. 1867. 973.27 M468.
Sawvel, Franklin B. Logan the Mingo , Boston, B.G.
Swain, George Thomas. Words That Rang Around the World ,
Charleston, WV, Ace Enterprises, 1962.
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Truman, Timothy. Straight Up to See the Sky ,
Forestville, California, Eclipse Books, 1991, pp.56-61.
"Beacon Lights of WV History," Charleston Daily Mail ,
"Bit of Elm Reminder of Chief Logan," Beckley Post Herald , 11-6-1967.
"Chief Logan Refused Peace Treaty Signing," Point Pleasant Register , 10-6-1971.
"Historic Logan Elm Named After Indian Chief," Ravenswood News , 6-6-1984.
"History and Tradition Covering the Lives of Cornstalk, Logan & Princess Aracoma, 1954.
"Logan, Chief of the Onondagas," by Phil Conley, 10-13-1962.
"Logan: a Dramatic Piece, by Joseph Doddridge," WV Hillbilly , vol 2. 43-46, 10/28- 11/18-1967.
"Logan, A Friend to the White Man," James L. Hupp, Archives & History, 12-15-1965.
"Logan, Chief Mingoes, One of Most Eloquent of Indians," Charleston Gazette , 6-5- 1927.
"Logan Swore Vengeance After Killings," Beckley Post Herald , 11-7-1967.
"Message of Logan Attested by Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Gov. Henry of MD," 12-31- 1797.
"Thomas Jefferson's Proof of the Logan Story," WV Hillbilly , 4/20 & 5/11- 1968.
"War Clouds of Revolution Gather Quicly After Issuance of Logan's Defi," n.p. n.d.
"When Logan Spoke Whole World Heard Him," Logan Banner , 12-31-1926.
"Who Mourns for Logan?," Times Record , 5-7-1970.
Logan Elm State Memorial
Notable Individuals in West Virginia History