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Community and Memory after the Civil War: The Case of Daniel Ashby in Chariton County, Missouri
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TitleCommunity and Memory after the Civil War: The Case of Daniel Ashby in Chariton County, Missouri
AbstractStory of Daniel Ashby (1791-1878), "the oldest settler" of Chariton County, Missouri, comparing him to Daniel Boone as a great "pioneer of the Western world," veteran of the War of 1812, Indian fighter, and Confederate officer in the Civil War. Photos (including "Bloody Bill" Anderson and Sterling Price), maps, illustrations, and descriptions about the conflicting views of Ashby's worth to the community between Union and Confederate sympathizers during the Reconstruction.
AuthorM. M. Manring
DateWinter//1993
SourceGateway Heritage
LocationPeriodical
Volume13
Number3
Page34-47
Local SubjectAshby, Daniel
Chariton County, Missouri
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID106932
CONTENTdm number14744
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