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81. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portait and descriptions of James Younger, or Jim Younger, one of Quantrill's guerrillas traveling to Kentucky for his last stand in the Civil War.

82. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portait and descriptions of Coleman Younger, or Cole Younger, one of Quantrill's guerrillas in the Civil War and later an outlaw of the Midwest as leader of the Younger gang.

83. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and biographical description of Chalkley Lipsey (born in Ohio in 1838), a participant in the Morgan Walker raid from Kansas into Missouri with William Quantrill around 1860.

84. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and description of Peyton Long, one of Quantrill's guerrillas in Kentucky in 1865.

85. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and descriptions of Captain George Todd, a Confederate guerrilla under William Quantrill from 1861 in Jackson County until killed near Independence, Missouri in 1864.

86. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and biographical sketch of Albert Southwick (1837-1893), a border warfare guerrilla born in Ohio moving to Kansas in 1859 before serving the Union in the Civil War and dealing in coal and retiring...

87. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and description of Captain William Gregg, a lieutenant under William Quantrill, with details about their raid on Lawrence.

88. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1909 Illustration and description of "Bloody Bill" Anderson as a horse thief and a ferocious murderer in the preparation of the guerrillas for their raid on Lawrence, Kansas.

89. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait of William Quantrill (1837-1865), "the guerrilla chief."

90. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and mentionings of William Hulse, or Bill Hulse, one of Quantrill's guerrillas.

91. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and mentionings of Captain John Jarrette, a Confederate guerrilla allied with William Quantrill in the Civil War.

92. Quantrill No Ruffian: T. J. Walker Remembered Him as Kindly Quantrill No Ruffian: T. J. Walker Remembered Him as Kindly March//1974 Portrait and biographical article about William Clarke Quantrill, or William Quantrill (1837-1865), "notorious Civil War guerrilla," and memories about him by Thomas Walker, "an Independence druggist many...

93. Quantrill's Band of Guerrillas Quantrill's Band of Guerrillas 1882 Portraits and brief descriptions of Arch Clements (surviving the Centralia Massacre), Fletcher Taylor (later a "wealthy miner"), and Clark Hockensmith (killed with Quantrill in Kentucky), members of William...

94. Quantrill's Black Oath Quantrill's Black Oath 1882 Quote and description of the "Black Oath" of Quantrill's Bushwhackers, with an illustration of the "Black Flag" of "Quantrell."

95. Quantrill's Bushwhackers: A Case Study in Partisan Warfare Quantrill's Bushwhackers: A Case Study in Partisan Warfare March 1, 1967 Article features guerrilla warfare in this country during the Civil War and features William C. Quantrill and his bushwhackers. Author examines guerrilla warfare in general, how it becomes a force, leaders...

96. Quantrill's Guerrillas Quantrill's Guerrillas 1882 Portraits and brief descriptions of John Jarrette (later a sheep rancher in Arizona), Allen Parmer (later a cattle rancher in Texas marrying "Miss Susan James, a sister of Frank and Jesse" in Kansas City),...

97. Quantrill's Missouri Bushwhackers in Kentucky: The End of the Trail Quantrill's Missouri Bushwhackers in Kentucky: The End of the Trail April 1964 Story of the violent end William Quantrill and his Missouri Bushwhackers in Kentucky in 1865, resulting in the death by ambush of Quantrill and others at the end of the Civil War.

98. Quantrill's Raid in Kansas Memory Quantrill’s Raid in Kansas Memory Autumn 2013 Article marking the 150th anniversary of William Quantrill’s raid on Lawrence, Kansas on August 21, 1863. Reprinted in the article are excerpts of correspondence from survivors of the raid including...

99. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties //192? Stories of terrorizing of Missouri women by military men from both sides: "Jayhawkers" and "Bushwhackers" during the war.

100. Reminiscences of the Yeager Raid, on the Santa Fe Trail, in 1863 Reminiscences of the Yeager Raid, on the Santa Fe Trail, in 1863 1904 Biographical article about Richard Yeager, or Dick Yeager, and his raid on various villagers and stagecoach travelers in and near the Santa Fe Trail town of Marion, Kansas in 1863 as head of "a considerable...