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Bloody Bill Anderson
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TitleBloody Bill Anderson
AbstractBiographical article about William "Bloody Bill" Anderson, or William Anderson (ca. 1840-1864), the notorious and savage guerrilla leader during the Civil War, describing the motives for his actions, including the deaths of two of his sisters resulting in 1863 from a collapse of the prison holding them at 1409 Grand Avenue in Kansas City, with photo.
AuthorEdwin A. Harris
DateJune 1972
SourceWestport Historical Quarterly
Location977.8411 W53
Volume8
Number1
Page29-32
See AlsoThe Blue & Grey Chronicle, Vol. 11, No. 4, April 2008, p.7-10, "Anderson Girls" (Mattie Anderson and Mollie Anderson testimony)
Local SubjectAnderson, William (Bloody Bill)
Civil War
Guerrilla Warfare
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID106771
CONTENTdm number14727
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