The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire was a weekly satirical magazine published between 1867 and 1870, price 2d. It was edited by Arthur à Beckett and the artist was Matt Morgan. Other contributors included Gilbert à Beckett, Frank Marshall, Alfred Thompson (who later founded The Mask), the composer Frederic Clay, and Thomas Gibson Bowles.
- Burnand, Francis Cowley, 'Mr Punch: some precursors and competitors', PMM 29 (1903), p. 256. Cited by the Waterloo Directory.
- Christopher Kent, 'The Angry Young Men of Tomahawk,' in Garlick & Harris, eds., Victorian Journalism: Exotic and Domestic (1998), pp. 75–94.
- Snapshot:Tomahawk at nineteenth-century serials edition
- Waterloo Directory
- The complete run of the Tomahawk is available at the nineteenth-century serials edition (NCSE)
- Tomahawk (1867-1870) (NCSE)
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