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''Shot All To Pieces'': The Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri, August 16, 1862
January 1, 2004
An extensive article that recounts the Civil War Battle of Lonejack and includes photographs and maps as well as footnotes. Also includes an inset on Cole Younger and on the death of Captain Long.
Address for the Battle of Lone Jack Marker Dedication, August 12, 1961
Speech given on behalf of the Jackson County Historical Society by Howard N. Monnett, dedicating the memorial marker of the Battle of Lone Jack.
Archaeological Survey of the Lone Jack Battlefield Park, Jackson County, Missouri
The Lone Jack Historical Society and the Jackson County government have long been interested in nominating the Lone Jack Battlefield (23JA606) to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). Currently,...
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Battle of Lone Jack: A New Manuscript Found
February 1, 2003
Reprint of a hand written, unsigned manuscript describing the Battle of Lone Jack and found located in an old scrapbook compiled by the Independence Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy....
Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State
Chapter of the book about the Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri.
Civil War Lives Again in Southeastern Jackson County
Manuscript (number 15) about the Battle of Lone Jack, on August 16, 1862.
Fighting the Ghosts at Lone Jack
Extensive article about the Battle of Lone Jack southeast of Kansas City in 1862, with maps, photos, illustrations, and a list of casualties of the battle.
Help Needed To Acquire Lone Jack Battlefield In Missouri
Article, part of "Camp Talk" column, gives history of the Battle of Lone Jack and shows that the Friends of Historic Lone Jack are asking for help to preserve the western section of the battlefield. It...
History of Scotland County, Missouri
Description of the Battle of Lone Jack and some events leading up to it.
Lee's Summit, Missouri
Photo and caption about the annual picnic at Lone Jack, Missouri, "[o]riginally a celebration of the Confederate victory" there.
Lone Jack Is History: Picnickers Recall 1963 Dedication
Article about the 1963 dedication of the Lone Jack Museum commemorating the Battle of Lone Jack and adjacent cemetery and the annual picnic held there by the Jackson County Historical Society.
Lone Jack Museum Dedication to Be August 16
Article about the dedication of the Lone Jack Museum with information about the Civil War Battles of Lone Jack and Westport.
Missouri's Top 50 Civil War Sites
April 1, 2005
Maps and a list of Civil War sites in Missouri, each with a short explanatory note.
Rescuing a Historic Hotel
February 13, 2012
During the Civil War Battle of Lone Jack (1862), "Union soldiers took over the Cave Hotel and the grounds nearby," and when Confederate troops attacked the following day, "the family who owned the hotel,"...
Shelby and His Men: or The War in the West
Description of the Battle of Lone Jack from the perspective of the Confederates.
Sneak Attack At Lone Jack
April 1, 1996
Story of how guerrillas surrounded enemy cavalrymen in the small Missouri town of Lone Jack in August of 1862. Includes maps and photographs as illustrations.
The Guns at Lone Jack
Reminiscences of John S. Kritser, a Civil War veteran under the command of William C. Quantrill for the Confederacy.
The Lone Jack Picnic
Article about the tradition and rebirth of the picnic held on the anniversary of the Battle of Lone Jack, newly sponsored by the Jackson County Historical Society.
The Men Who Met At Lone Jack
Who were the men who fought at Lone Jack? This article provides a list of names of the Confederate Troops, including a second list of "soldiers who possibly fought at Lone Jack." The second list has enlistment...
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