Will do, Bruce. I also ordered the "Lochlan Allan Maclean Papers" from the MO Historical Society, which according to the finding aid is a collection of 6 newspaper fragments, some if not all of which likely deals with the stabbing. And I've come across a woman in Australia who is a distant relative of Maclean and who possesses a 1990 biography of Maclean written by another descendant. Unfortunately, only about 20 copies of this self-published work exist; it's not even listed on WorldCat. It's too large to duplicate in total (144 pages), but she may agree to copy the chapter dealing with the Maclean-Wood feud if this contains information obtained through family letters or otherwise unpublished sources. We'll see what comes of that. I'll keep you posted. In the meantime, I'll continue looking for more information on Wood and our old friend Joseph C. Morehead. I'm sure there's more to be gleaned from contemporary papers; it's simply a matter of finding the right ones. I'm determined to identify the cause of Morehead's death.