Civil War on the Western Border: 1854-1865

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Errata *
  • Contents *
  • I- a Challenge Accepted 3
  • II- It Looks Very Much like War- 1855 16
  • III- The Wakarusa War 34
  • IV- The Crime against Kansas 45
  • V- I Went to Take Old Brown and Old Brown Took Me 60
  • VI- Lane''s Army of the North 69
  • VII- Geary Takes Command 85
  • VIII- Buchanan Tries His Hand 96
  • I- X He''ll Trouble Them More When His Coffin''s Nailed Down 107
  • X- The Election of Abraham Lincoln 117
  • X- I Lyon Shows Missouri 129
  • X- I I Jefferson City, Boonville, and the Happy Land of Canaan 139
  • X- I I I Battle of Carthage 149
  • XIV- Born among the Rocks 159
  • XV- The Battle of Wilson''s Creek 170
  • XVI- The Fall of Lexington 182
  • X- V I I Osceola, Zagoni, and Frémont''s Recall 195
  • XVIII- The Five Nations Secede 209
  • XIX- Slaveholding Indians Declare War 219
  • X- X I Must Have St. Louis--Then Huzza! 228
  • X- X I the Battle of Pea Ridge 239
  • X- X I I the Bloodstained Kansas Banner 252
  • XXIII- The Battle of Prairie Grove 261
  • XXIV- quantrill Redresses Gettysburg 274
  • XXV- Baxter Springs 290
  • XXVI- Lincoln''s Re-Election Campaign on the Border 298
  • XXVII- Cabin Creek and Pilot Knob 307
  • XXVIII- Centralia 316
  • XXIX- The Eve of Austerlitz 320
  • XXX- The Battle of Westport 329
  • XXXI- Retreat from Moscow 337
  • XXXII- Epilogue 346
  • Notes 353
  • Sources - BOOKS AND ARTICLES 399
  • Index 437
  • Index 449
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