• "Abernathy Boys Put Ban On Kissing. Fearless Youngsters, Who Have Ridden Here from Oklahoma, Mobbed By Women". New York Times. June 12, 1912. Retrieved 2010-08-01. Wearing grins as broad as their hats, Louis and Temple Abernathy, the young sons of "Jack" Abernathy, finished the last lap of their horseback ride from Oklahoma City, Okla., at 6:30 o'clock last evening, when they dismounted from their broncos at the door of the Hotel Breslin amid the applause of several thousand persons.
• "Marshal's Sons, Aged 5 and 8, Start Alone on 1,300-Mile Horseback Ride". New York Times. June 11, 1909. Retrieved 2010-08-01. Anxious to emulate the strenuous life and carry out their father's instructions to "toughen up," Temple and Louis Abernathy, aged 5 and 8, respectively, sons of United States Marshal John Abernathy, left late to-day for a 1,300-mile horseback trip. They will travel alone through Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, to Roswell, N.M.
• Staff report (May 30, 2004). Adventurous Oklahoma boys are worthy of a statue. Fort Worth Star-Telegram
• Abernathy, Alta; Harris, Barbara (1998). Bud & Me : The True Adventures of the Abernathy Boys. L.J hunt had written a book about them called "The Abernathy Boys." Dove Creek Press, ISBN 978-0966216608
Bud & Me, The True Adventures of the Abernathy Boys
Frederick Chamber of Commerce
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