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Quantrill No Ruffian: T. J. Walker Remembered Him as Kindly
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TitleQuantrill No Ruffian: T. J. Walker Remembered Him as Kindly
AbstractPortrait and biographical article about William Clarke Quantrill, or William Quantrill (1837-1865), "notorious Civil War guerrilla," and memories about him by Thomas Walker, "an Independence druggist many years" and a 4-year-old witness of Quantrill at his grandfather's farm ("the Morgan Walker farm near Blue Springs") in 1860. Reminiscences about Quantrill being anti-slavery at the time and "not a ruffian type man who frightened small boys."
AuthorEdwin B. Constant
SourceJackson County Historical Society Bulletin
Locationq977.841 J14j
Local SubjectQuantrill, William C.
Walker, Morgan
Walker, Thomas J.
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID117257
CONTENTdm number17382
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