A Frontier State at War: Kansas, 1861-1865

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Bibliography

THE main sources employed in preparing this book were the manuscripts and newspapers listed below and The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. The most useful newspapers were the Leavenworth Daily Conservative, Leavenworth Daily Times, Freedom's Champion ( Atchison), Kansas State Journal ( Lawrence), and White Cloud Kansas Chief. These and most of the other newspapers listed are in the extensive files of the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kansas. The most valuable manuscript collections, all in the possession of the Kansas State Historical Society, were the Charles and Sara T. Robinson Papers, consisting of the personal correspondence of Governor Robinson and his wife; the James L. McDowell Papers, containing letters by and to that leading businessman and politician; the George Luther Stearns Papers, chiefly useful for his correspondence with various Kansas radical leaders; the Samuel Newitt Wood Papers, the correspondence of a prominent politician and newspaper editor; and the C. M. Chase Letters, written by Chase while traveling through Kansas in the summer of 1863. The Thomas Ewing, Jr., Papers, which are divided between the Kansas State Historical Society and the Library of Congress, contain

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • I- The New State 1
  • II- The Political Gallery 17
  • III- The Jayhawkers 37
  • IV- The Triumph of Lane 65
  • V- King Lane and General Blunt 86
  • IV- The Bushwhackers 102
  • VII- Lawrence 124
  • VIII- Order No. 11 142
  • IX- The Tribulations of General Blunt 154
  • X- Lane Embattled 166
  • XI- The Great Raid 184
  • XII- Wartime Kansas 203
  • XIII- The End of the War 225
  • Bibliography 233
  • Index 247
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