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1. Campaigns of the Civil War: Centennial Edition Campaigns of the Civil War: Centennial Edition 1961 Colored map of the southeastern United States shows campaigns, battles, prisons, and other important sites associated with the Civil War. Insets show Battle of Gettysburg and Virginia Campaigns, and portraits...

2. Catalyst for Terror: The Collapse of the Women's Prison in Kansas City Catalyst for Terror: The Collapse of the Women's Prison in Kansas City April 1, 1995 The prison collapse is described as "one of the most fascinating but mysterious events of the Civil War on the Missouri-Kansas border" on August 13, 1863. Relates the story of the collapse of the women's...

3. 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...

4. 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...

5. Gillis House Hotel Was a Prison in 1864 Gillis House Hotel Was a Prison in 1864 Winter//2000 Article about a Civil War experience of a soldier, George M. Noland of Kansas City, at the Gillis House Hotel in 1864 as a prisoner of war, sentenced to death.

6. 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...

7. 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...