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1. Sni-A-Bar Hills Sni-A-Bar Hills October 2008 Author Schnetzer gives the various origins of the name Sni-A-Bar. According to Schnetzer, the French term Chenal Hubert may be the most creditable source for the name. Additional information is given on...

2. The Hounds of Old Pennock: 5th Missouri State Militia Cavalry & Colonel William Ridgeway Penick The Hounds of Old Pennock: 5th Missouri State Militia Cavalry & Colonel William Ridgeway Penick August 2002 William Ridgeway Penick was Colonel of the 5th Missouri State Militia Cavalry on the Union Side. He and his regiment served in the Independence area between August, 1862 and June, 1863. The units involvement...

3. Tribulations of a Bushwhacker's Wife Tribulations of a Bushwhacker's Wife June 1, 2006 Typescript of the statement of Talitha Alice Rider, wife of Civil War Guerrilla James Rider, as found in the "Provost Marshals Files of Papers Relating to Individual Civilians". Also includes the statement...