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Battle of Westport
Civil War Re-enactors
Paul Burrill Jenkins
Fred L Lee
Howard N Monnett
Harris House Hotel
Postcard of the Harris House Hotel
Historic Westport: Westporters and the Battle of Westport
Westporters neutral during the war, of "ambivalent attitude."
Frontal view of historical marker which reads "Shelby's Last Stand", commemorating the Battle of Westport. Cemetery located at 69th and Troost.
History Student Edits Civil War Letter of Circuit Riding Methodist Preacher
Excerpts from an 1864 letter concerning observations of the Battle of Westport by Reverend James Griffing (1822-1882), "a pioneer Methodist preacher who rode a circuit in the eastern portion of Kansas...
Home, Sweet Battlefront
August 1, 2004
Photographs and article describing the John Wornall house in Westport, Missouri, particularly during the Battle of Wesport, October 1863. ''Wornall returned to the Westport home in 1874, following four...
Howard N. Monnett
File containing a pamphlet about the book "Action before Westport" by Howard Monnett, a native and Civil War historian of Kansas City writing about the events leading up to the Battle of Westport here,...
I Acted From Principle: The Civil War Diary of Dr. William M. McPheeters, Confederate Surgeon in the Trans-Mississippi
This book includes diary entries made during Sterling Price's raid in Missouri. Includes entries for battles in Jackson County, Missouri, including the Battle of the Little Blue and the Battle of Westport....
In Memoriam: Sarah Walter Chandler Coates
Photos of "Old Fort" and other antebellum structures.
JCHS Notebook: Jackson County Historical Society and How It Grew
Stories about the early house south of Westport, the home of wealthy farmer and slave owner John B. Wornall, and strategic site during the Civil War.
John Barber White Papers Finding Aid
1896-1929 (bulk 1901-1921)
Born on December 8, 1847, successful lumberman John Barber White moved from New York to Missouri in 1879 to help organize the Missouri Lumber & Mining Company, headquartered in Kansas City. He worked nationally...
Jonathan B. Fuller
Copy of a handwritten letter by Reverend Jonathan Fuller in the aftermath of the Battle of Westport.
Kansas City. ..The Way We Were
Photo of mostly elderly people, possibly veterans of the Battle of Westport, in front of the Westport Library.
Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908
Citing of the battle as restoring peace to Kansas City.
Louis O. Honig Scrapbooks Finding Aid
1855-1951 (bulk 1937-1950)
Three scrapbooks compiled by Honig that has newspaper clippings, photos, etc., and information on Westport, Kansas City, and places in the state of Missouri. Louis Honig was the author of "Westport: Gateway...
McLain's Battery and Price's 1864 Invasion: A Letter from Lt. Caleb S. Burdsal, Jr.
The article starts out, "The following letter, written by Lt. Caleb S. Burdsal, Jr., of McLain's Independence Colorado Battery to his father in Denver, Colorado, sheds new light on the military service...
Memoirs of Francis Clay Wornall
Reminiscences by Francis Clay Wornall, or Frank Wornall, about the Wornall family's experiences, including killings and retrieval of dead bodies in the yard at the Wornall Home in the Battle of Westport....
Military History of Kansas Regiments during the War for the Suppression of the Great Rebellion
Views from the Unionist side of the battle.
Mission Hills Kansas, Old Well
Postcard of the Old Well, Mission Hills, Country Club District, Kansas City
Missouri! One Last Time
Article provides a detailed account of of the 1864 attempt by forces under the command of General Sterling Price to retake Missouri for the Confederacy. It includes photographs of military leaders and...
Missouri Sketch Book: A Collection of Words and Pictures of the Civil War
Illustration of the Battle of Big Blue, depicting Federals being routed.
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