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1. With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West 1999 Photos and chapter of the book about Jesse James (1847-1882), a notorious outlaw involved in border warfare mostly surrounding the Kansas City area, born in Clay County, Missouri, and killed in Saint Joseph,...

2. Willing to Die for Freedom Willing to Die for Freedom Spring 2004 Timeline and extensive article pertaining to the settlement in Kansas in its territorial years (1854-1861). The article was written on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Kansas becoming a territory...

3. William Quantrill and the Lawrence Massacre, August 21, 1863 William Quantrill and the Lawrence Massacre, August 21, 1863 June 23, 1905 The first paragraph of the article states, "This essay is based primarily on the written recollections and reminiscences of those who were personally associated with William Clarke Quantrill and the Lawrence...

4. William Napoleon (Babe) Hudspeth William Napoleon (Babe) Hudspeth Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait drawing of William "Babe" Hudspeth in suit, vest, and tie. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature, handwritten in black ink is "Babe Hudspeth."

5. William Gregg William Gregg Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait drawing of a bearded Captain William Gregg in jacket. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature, handwritten in a different handwriting and black ink is "Capt. Wm. Gregg."...

6. 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...

7. William Clarke Quantrill William Clarke Quantrill Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of William Clarke Quantrill in suit coat and tie. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature is "Chas. Wm. Quantrill. (?) over" written in different handwriting and black...

8. William C. Quantrill: Upton Hays Man? William C. Quantrill: Upton Hays Man? Spring 2003 Article explores the relationship between William Quantrill and Upton Hays. They appear to have had close cooperation in the early part of the war and before Hays died in September of 1862.

9. William (Bill) T. Anderson William (Bill) T. Anderson 1893 Charcoal portrait of Bill Anderson in jacket with top button closed, shirt, carvat, and a brimmed hat with a lone star on the upturned brim and embellished with an ostrich plume. The drawing is signed...

10. William (Bill) Hulse William (Bill) Hulse Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait drawing of a seated William Hulse (Bill) dressed in shirt with pullover decorated on edges typical of Quantrill's guerrillas, tie, and hat. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below...

11. Why Lawrence Wasn't Warned: Stories of the Quantrell [sic] Raid Why Lawrence Wasn't Warned: Stories of the Quantrell [sic] Raid July/19/1903 Illustrations and article about Quantrill's raid on Lawrence, Kansas, during the Civil War, with information about Jim Lane, William Quantrill, et al., and guerrilla warfare with an illustration of "the...

12. When Bleeding Kansas Became Bloodier When Bleeding Kansas Became Bloodier August 2013 Article summarizes the background and specific events leading to and taking place during William Clarke Quantrill's raid on Lawrence, Kansas, on August 21, 1863. The author describes the immediate impact...

13. What I Saw of the Quantrill Raid What I Saw of the Quantrill Raid 1913-1914 A personal narrative of a soldier with the Ninth Kansas Cavalry, Company A. Relates some of the conditions leading up to the raid on Lawrence, Kansas, by Quantrill and his men. Details the pursuit of Quantrill...

14. Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway Weston's Guide to the Kansas Pacific Railway //1872 Description of the unnamed fort on the site of the later Broadway Hotel, "thrown up" to guard against the capture of the city during the border warfare leading up to the Civil War.

15. Werner, Otto F. Werner, Otto F.

16. Welcoming "Pa" on the Kaw: Kansas's "Colored" Militia and the 1864 Price Raid Welcoming "Pa" on the Kaw: Kansas's "Colored" Militia and the 1864 Price Raid Summer//2002 Article gives a history of the African American militia units in Kansas raised during the Civil War. It details those "colored" units that fought in the Battle of Westport and the battles in this area...

17. Was Jesse James a Terrorist? Was Jesse James a Terrorist? February/March 2003 Review and statements of experts concerning author T.J. Stiles' 2002 book, ''Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War''. The book asserts that Jesse James would have been considered a terrorist if he had...

18. Was Jesse James a Terrorist? Was Jesse James a Terrorist? February/March//2003 Review and statements of experts concerning author T.J. Stiles 2002 book, "Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War". The book asserts that Jesse James would have been considered a terrorist if he had...

19. War in Kansas: A Rough Trip to the Border among New Homes and a Strange People War in Kansas: A Rough Trip to the Border among New Homes and a Strange People //1856 Colorful if crude journal entry regarding a stay at "'old man Harris's' most uncomfortable 'hotel,' in Westport."

20. Voting for Lincoln in Missouri in 1860 Voting for Lincoln in Missouri in 1860 1906 Photos and article about the 1860 presidential election in Kansas and Missouri as told in the reminiscences of the author, a carpenter born in Ohio in 1833 and arriving at the Gillis House hotel of Kansas...