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181. Letters of Daniel R. Anthony, 1857-1862--Continued Letters of Daniel R. Anthony, 1857-1862--Continued Summer//1958 Second of a four-part series of biographical articles about Daniel Anthony (1824-1904), a Kansas state representative, Union Civil War lieutenant, native of Massachusetts, and publisher of the Leavenworth...

182. Letters of Daniel R. Anthony, 1857-1862--Continued Letters of Daniel R. Anthony, 1857-1862--Continued Autumn//1958 Third of a four-part series of biographical articles about Daniel Anthony (1824-1904), a Kansas state representative, Union Civil War lieutenant, native of Massachusetts, and publisher of the Leavenworth...

183. Letters of Daniel R. Anthony, 1857-1862--Continued Letters of Daniel R. Anthony, 1857-1862--Continued Winter//1958 Map, photos (of Charles Jennison and James Lane), and fourth of a four-part series of biographical articles about Daniel Anthony (1824-1904), a Kansas state representative, Union Civil War lieutenant,...

184. Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins Letters of George Caleb Bingham to James S. Rollins October//1938 Article with extensive footnotes about and copies of letters from George Caleb Bingham, state treasurer of Missouri during the Civil War, to Union Major James Rollins of Kansas, with numerous references...

185. Letters of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., 1855-1856 Letters of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., 1855-1856 1932 Booklet of photostatic reproductions of 1932 from the original letters and other manuscripts of John Brown and John Brown, Jr., from 1855-1856, pertaining to the border warfare in Kansas and Missouri over...

186. Liberty Arsenal Seized! Liberty Arsenal Seized! August 1, 2004 The lead article and other contributing articles in this issue feature the Liberty Arsenal and its capture by Confederates in 1861. Most of the captured ammunition went to Liberty, Missouri, and to Col....

187. Life of Gen. James H. Lane, Life of Gen. James H. Lane, 1896 Photo and book about the life and career of James Lane, the first national senator for Kansas and a Union general in the Civil War, with much information on the events of early Kansas history and border...

188. Louis Vasquez, Mountain Man Louis Vasquez, Mountain Man December//1958 Mention of Dr. John Parker (1822-1907) as "[t]he physician of Westport during that pre-Civil War period," with his house "still occupied as a home at this writing (1958)." Parker (sometimes known as James...

189. Marking Missouri History Marking Missouri History 1998 Description of the events leading up to and including Order Number 11, by Union General Thomas E. Ewing, Jr., in 1863.

190. Marking Missouri History Marking Missouri History 1998 History of Liberty, Missouri, in Clay County, describing its 1822 founding, role in the Mexican War and Gold Rush, William Jewell College, border warfare, and famous residents, with photos.

191. Marking Missouri History Marking Missouri History 1998 History of Platte County, Missouri, starting with the 1837 Platte Purchase, describing the agriculture, Civil War-era fighting over slavery issues, McCormick Distillery, and colleges of the county.

192. May We Present. ..The Founders of Central Church May We Present. ..The Founders of Central Church Fall 1998 List of and discussion about the founders of the church during the Civil War and Border Warfare.

193. Memories of Mayhem Memories of Mayhem February//2003 Article found in the column "Travel-Tracking Down the Past." Gives a short account of the raid on Lawrence, Kansas by William Quantrill and his men that happened August 21, 1863. The article then tells...

194. Methodist Shawnee Indian Mission Methodist Shawnee Indian Mission January 29, 1905 Two chapters of the book relate information about the Methodist Shawnee Indian mission in Johnson County, Kansas, and its manual labor school during the border warfare period of the 1850s.

195. Missouri Civil War References Missouri Civil War References 2005 This book contains several references to Missouri and the Civil War. Includes chapters entitled: "Home Guards and Home Traitors: Loyalty and Prostitution in Civil War St. Louis" and " 'A Rebel Though She...

196. Missouri Heritage, V.2 Missouri Heritage, V.2 Section of the book entitled "Liberty Arsenal" tells the story of the federal arsenal located just south of Liberty, Missouri along the Missouri River. It was raided in 1855 during the early border warfare...

197. Missouri Valley Historical Society Records Finding Aid Missouri Valley Historical Society Records Finding Aid 1830-1940, bulk 1889-1940 The Missouri Valley Historical Society (1913-1940) was the successor to the Kansas City Historical Society (1906-1913) and the Early Settler's Society and Historical Association (1896-1906). All these...

198. Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855 Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855 April, 1954 Photos, illustration (of the Gillis House hotel), and first in a series of articles about "Missouri's proslavery fight for Kansas" Territory in 1854-1855.

199. Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855 Missouri's Proslavery Fight for Kansas, 1854-1855 July, 1954 Photos, illustrations, and first in a series of articles about "Missouri's proslavery strength in her fight for Kansas" Territory in 1855.

200. Missouri: A State Asunder Missouri: A State Asunder January 1975 Detailed article about the Civil War in Missouri, with most battles in 1861 and 1864, and its disastrous impact on the state's economy, schools, and crime in the years immediately following, due to lingering...