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1. 'Bleeding Kansas' Recalled 'Bleeding Kansas' Recalled April 1, 2004 To help people remember and learn about the era known as Bleeding Kansas," lawmakers in Washington have proposed creating a national heritage area involving two dozen Kansas counties." The legislation,...

2. A City Divided: Kansas City in the 19th Century A City Divided: Kansas City in the 19th Century September/14/1997 Third in a monthly series of special sections of the Star on Kansas City history. Focus on the 1850s-1860s, during the destructive but pivotal times of war over slavery in the Kansas City area.

3. Beecher Bible and Rifle Church Beecher Bible and Rifle Church December/15/1972 Copy of painting and caption about the anti-slavery role of the church at Waubaunsee, Kansas, in equipping members and visitors with both Bibles and rifles during the border warfare era.

4. Centralia Was Scene of a Trail Robbery and Guerilla Massacre Ninety Years Ago Centralia Was Scene of a Trail Robbery and Guerilla Massacre Ninety Years Ago March/27/1954 Article about the robbery and massacre by "Bloody" Bill Anderson and other Bushwhackers in Centralia, Missouri, on September 27, 1864.

5. Civil War Prison Collapse In Kansas City Civil War Prison Collapse In Kansas City November/19/1911 Article about the collapse of a three-story building being used as a Civil War prison or guard house, killing four of the nine women prisoners inside, on August 13, 1863. Incident linked to the raid on...

6. Death of Quantrill Aide Death of Quantrill Aide March 4, 1932 Article reports the death of Frank Smith, who died on his eighty-sixth birthday, March 3, 1932. Smith was 17 years old when he participated in William Clark Quantrill's August 21, 1863 raid on Lawrence,...

7. Downtown Prison Collapse During the Civil War Downtown Prison Collapse During the Civil War August/18/1863 Brief description about the collapse of the "large three-story building in the Metropolitan Block, McGee's Addition, owned by G. C. Bingham," killing four of the nine women prisoners inside the building...

8. Eli Thayer, Versatile New Englander, Promoted Free State Trek Eli Thayer, Versatile New Englander, Promoted Free State Trek April/17/1954 File containing a photo and article about Eli Thayer (1819-1899), "legislator, inventor and educator" of Massachusetts and organizer of "the Emigrant Aid society in opposition to the Southern statesmen...

9. Frontier Kansas as Seen from the Pulpit Frontier Kansas as Seen from the Pulpit April/13/1968 Photo and biographical article about Reverend George Paddock, "pastor of the First Methodist church at Lawrence in Civil War days," moving to Kansas in 1857 and writing his border warfare recollections...

10. Gather Lore for Weston Museum Gather Lore for Weston Museum July/15/1959 Photo and article about the planned local history museum of Weston, Missouri in Platte County, with information about its history and collected antiques and other artifacts dealing with the border warfare...

11. In Harrowing Escape from Kansas: Coincidence in Return of Reeder's Sword In Harrowing Escape from Kansas: Coincidence in Return of Reeder's Sword May/8/1968 Photo and article about the recovery of and donation to the Kansas Historical Society of the "cane sword, carried for protection by Andrew H. Reeder, first territorial governor of Kansas, when he fled...

12. Negro Slavery, No Evil, or the North and South Negro Slavery, No Evil, or the North and South February/3/1855 First of a three-part editorial essay (in the paper published in Atchison, Kansas] or "[r]eport, made to the Platte County Self-Defensive Association, [b]y a [c]ommittee [t]hrough B. F. Stringfellow, Chairman."...

13. Negro Slavery, No Evil, or the North and South Negro Slavery, No Evil, or the North and South February/13/1855 Second of a three-part editorial essay (in the paper published in Atchison, Kansas] or "[r]eport, made to the Platte County Self-Defensive Association, [b]y a [c]ommittee [t]hrough B. F. Stringfellow,...

14. Negro Slavery, No Evil, or the North and South Negro Slavery, No Evil, or the North and South February/20/1855 Third of a three-part editorial essay (in the paper published in Atchison, Kansas] or "[r]eport, made to the Platte County Self-Defensive Association, [b]y a [c]ommittee [t]hrough B. F. Stringfellow, Chairman."...

15. New Year's in Old Years: The Fun and Frolic Here in Days before the War New Year's in Old Years: The Fun and Frolic Here in Days before the War January/1/1898 Story of girls disguising themselves in 1861 with their slaves' clothing to fool relatives.

16. Ohio Quaker Became a Fighting Leader of the Free State Settlers in Kansas Ohio Quaker Became a Fighting Leader of the Free State Settlers in Kansas September/16/1946 File containing a biographical article about Colonel Samuel Wood, owner of a "2,880-[a]cre [r]anch in Chase County," Kansas in the 1800s. Born in Ohio in 1825 as a Quaker and moving to Kansas Territory...

17. Pastoral Scene Belies Bloody History Pastoral Scene Belies Bloody History March 30, 2011 Postcard image of the Marais Des Cygnes River and an accompanying article about the Marias Des Cygnes Massacre that took place on May 19, 1858. The massacre involved Charles Hamilton, a pro-slavery sympathizer,...

18. Prison Collapse During Civil War Prison Collapse During Civil War August/14/1863 Brief description about the collapse of the "large three-story building in the Metropolitan Block, McGee's Addition, owned by G. C. Bingham," killing four of the nine women prisoners inside the building...

19. Prison Collapse During the Civil War Prison Collapse During the Civil War August/15/1863 Brief description about the collapse of the "large three-story building in the Metropolitan Block, McGee's Addition, owned by G. C. Bingham," killing four of the nine women prisoners inside the building...

20. Quantrell Quantrell March/24/1881 Overall biography of guerrilla leader William C. Quantrill.