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1. Border Warfare Border Warfare Information about border skirmishes, massacres, etc., taking place between Missourians and Kansans prior to the Civil War, especially in 1854-1859.

2. Border Warfare Border Warfare

3. Bushwhackers Bushwhackers Information about the guerilla warfare between the Missouri Bushwhackers and the Kansas Jayhawkers prior to and during the Civil War.

4. Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area Material about the national heritage area encompassing 41 counties along the Kansas-Missouri border. The area was established in anticipation of the sesquicentennial of the Civil War to promote education...

5. General James Lane General James Lane Illustrations and multiple articles in the file about General James Henry Lane, or Jim Lane (1814-1866), a Union general and national senator from Kansas involved in the border warfare and Civil War periods...

6. Henry Clay Pate Henry Clay Pate File containing a collection of research papers on Henry Clay Pate, or Henry Pate, publisher of the Westport Border Star proslavery newspaper and a participant in 1850s border warfare in the Kansas City...

7. John Brown John Brown Photos, illustrations, and information on John Brown (1800-1859), a prominent abolitionist born in Connecticut, raised in Ohio, and moving to Kansas Territory in 1855. Involved in the border warfare against...

8. Werner, Otto F. Werner, Otto F.

9. William Clarke Quantrill William Clarke Quantrill File containing information on William Quantrill's raid on Lawrence, Kansas, on August 21, 1863, killing approximately 183 men and boys. Also photos, illustrations, maps, and information on William Clarke...