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1. ''Shot All To Pieces'': The Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri, August 16, 1862 ''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.

2. A Season to Celebrate A Season to Celebrate November 2007 Short article about the winter season at Powell Gardens near Lone Jack, Missouri. The gardens were founded by Marjorie Allen Powell in 1988. Includes a photograph of Wendy Powell, wife of the founder's...

3. Address for the Battle of Lone Jack Marker Dedication, August 12, 1961 Address for the Battle of Lone Jack Marker Dedication, August 12, 1961 October//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.

4. Are County Landmarks Forgotten? Are County Landmarks Forgotten? September//1960 Essay about the necessity of preserving Jackson County historic landmarks in good condition, pointing out the poor example of the cemetery for the Confederate soldiers of the Battle of Lone Jack, "in a...

5. Battle of Lone Jack Battle of Lone Jack

6. Battle of Lone Jack: A New Manuscript Found 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....

7. Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State 1900 Biographical sketch of Dr. Caleb Winfrey, a retired physician and Civil War veteran in Kansas City. Born in North Carolina in 1823 moving to Lone Jack, Missouri in 1847, serving the Confederacy before...

8. Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State Battles and Biographies of Missourians, or the Civil War Period of Our State 1900 Chapter of the book about the Battle of Lone Jack, Missouri.

9. Black Jack Oak Is Planted at Lone Jack Black Jack Oak Is Planted at Lone Jack March 1964 Story of the planting of a black jack tree at the entrance to the Lone Jack Museum, replacing the first black jack tree there for which the town of Lone Jack was named.

10. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of James Cox Noel, or James Noel, proprietor of the Noel Insurance Agency at 214 West Maple Street in Independence, Missouri. Born near Lone Jack, Missouri, in 1884 and starting out...

11. City to Protect Wagon Swales City to Protect Wagon Swales June 23, 2006 Brief article reporting the historic designation of an area near U.S. 50 and Buckner-Tarsney Road in Lone Jack. The land in the area once belonged to the Russell, Majors & Waddell Freighting Company, and...

12. Civil War Lives Again in Southeastern Jackson County Civil War Lives Again in Southeastern Jackson County Manuscript (number 15) about the Battle of Lone Jack, on August 16, 1862.

13. Date of Lone Jack Picnic Set for August 12 Date of Lone Jack Picnic Set for August 12 June//1961 Announcement of an "old time picnic" sponsored by the Jackson County Historical Society at "one of the locations where the original picnics were held, now called the Lone Jack Farm."

14. Dr. Caleb Winfrey Dr. Caleb Winfrey January 26, 1913 Illustration and biographical article about Dr. Caleb Winfrey, an 89-year-old physician (in 1913) with offices in the Junction building at 9th and Main streets. Born in North Carolina in 1823 and moving...

15. Fighting the Ghosts at Lone Jack Fighting the Ghosts at Lone Jack April//1985 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.

16. George Shawhan George Shawhan Information on George Shawhan (1843-1912), a Jackson County whiskey distiller and grandson of the first legal distiller of Bourbon whiskey in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Native of Kentucky bringing his family...

17. Help Needed To Acquire Lone Jack Battlefield In Missouri Help Needed To Acquire Lone Jack Battlefield In Missouri Summer 2003 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...

18. Hidden Traces of Benton At Work Emerge At Last Hidden Traces of Benton At Work Emerge At Last December 3, 2010 An article discussing pencil sketches by Thomas Hart Benton that are up for auction by Dirk Soulis Auctions in Lone Jack, Missouri. Items to be auctioned are a dozen previously unknown preliminary sketches...

19. History of Scotland County, Missouri History of Scotland County, Missouri //1887 Description of the Battle of Lone Jack and some events leading up to it.

20. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Short description of the town of Lone Jack in southeastern Jackson County, Missouri, and its Civil War past.