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61. Missouri Biographies: William T. Anderson, the Bloodiest Man of the Civil War Missouri Biographies: William T. Anderson, the Bloodiest Man of the Civil War Summer 2000 Photo, illustrations, and biographical article about William Anderson, or Bloody Bill Anderson (ca. 1838-1864), a Confederate guerrilla in Missouri and Kansas during the Civil War.

62. Morgan Walker Morgan Walker March 24, 1905 Portrait (of Walker), illustrations (of his home), and descriptions of Morgan Walker, "a man of affairs" with land near Blue Springs, Missouri since 1834 and raided by William Quantrill's men in 1860,...

63. Mystery Man of Quatsino Sound: The Second Life of William Clarke Quantrill Mystery Man of Quatsino Sound: The Second Life of William Clarke Quantrill March//1973 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about Missouri guerrilla leader William Clarke Quantrill, or William Quantrill (1837-1865), describing his career as a Bushwhacker in the Civil War and possible...

64. Order Number 11 Order Number 11 Fall//1999 General description of the events surrounding Order Number 11 of the Civil War, ordering Missourians in the Kansas City area out of their homes, for the most part, as a measure by General Thomas Ewing,...

65. Origin of the Name "Jayhawker," and How It Came to Be Applied to the People of Kansas Origin of the Name "Jayhawker," and How It Came to Be Applied to the People of Kansas //1918 Essay about "the origin of the name 'Jayhawker,'" referring to the organization in Kansas Territory "brought together for mutual defense against the incursions of parties known as border ruffians of Missouri."...

66. Payne Jones Payne Jones Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of Payne Jones in hat, shirt, and pullover typical of Quantrill's guerrillas trimmed with buttons along the shoulders, V neck, and tops of pockets. The drawing is not signed but attributed...

67. Peyton Long Peyton Long 1893 Charcoal portrait of Peyton Long in suit coat, vest, shirt, and tie. Drawing is signed by the artist with "93" immediately below the signature. At the bottom right corner, "Peyton Long" is written in different...

68. Platte Purchase Route Platte Purchase Route August-December//2001 Article about the history of the Platte Purchase route, a "Historic Highway from Kansas City to St. Joseph through Platte County" and Buchanan County, Missouri, starting as an Indian trail and becoming...

69. Progress at Missouri Town 1855: Historic Houses to Lake Jacomo Site Progress at Missouri Town 1855: Historic Houses to Lake Jacomo Site March 1964 Story of the preservation of pioneer homes of Jackson County in the project of "Missouri Town 1855," including the Luttrell home and the Chevis tavern, among others moved from their original locations,...

70. Propaganda and the Kansas-Missouri War Propaganda and the Kansas-Missouri War October//1939 Article about propaganda in the border war between Kansas and Missouri in the 1850s-1860s, pointing out the majority of Missouri being pro-Union and Missouri being "the first slave state to free its slaves,"...

71. Quantrill and His Famous Command Quantrill and His Famous Command June 1910 Biographical information on William Quantrill as well as a discussion of his exploits. Presents data submitted by Capt. W. H. Gregg concerning the accuracy of the information. Also includes a list of Quantrill's...

72. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and descriptions of Charles Taylor, or Fletch Taylor, a Confederate guerrilla and "one of the murderers of Colonel Alexander" under William Quantrill in Civil War Missouri.

73. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and mention of Dick Maddox as one of Quantrill's guerrillas.

74. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and mention of Dick Maddox as one of Quantrill's guerrillas.

75. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and various references to and descriptions of Frank James as one of William Quantrill's guerrillas in the Civil War.

76. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and mention of Lee McMurtry as one of Quantrill's guerrillas surrendering after Quantrill's death in 1865.

77. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and description of Dave Pool (or David Poole) as a Confederate guerrilla fighting Union soldiers at the Baxter Springs Massacre during the Civil War.

78. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait of Jesse James and description of his activities with Quantrill's guerrillas not starting until 1864, after the raid on Lawrence, contradicting information supplied by another historian, Major...

79. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait, map, and description of Clark Hockensmith, one of William Quantrill's guerrillas killed at the Wakefield farm in Kentucky in 1865 in an attack mortally wounding Quantrill himself.

80. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and descriptions of Allen Parmer as one of William Quantrill's guerrillas involved in the Lawrence massacre and surrendering in Kentucky.