A Frontier State at War: Kansas, 1861-1865

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Index
Abolitionism, 39-43, 60, 67, 91-92, 96, 210-211
Anderson, Bill, 105, 135, 138, 186
Anthony, Daniel R., 10-12, 58-60, 112-113, 143-146, 148-149, 167, 174-175, 182, 212-213
Aubry, Kansas, raid on, 64
Baxter Springs Massacre, 141, 158- 161
Beebe, George M., 37
Big Blue, battle of, 192-193
Bingham, George C., 62, 152-153, 228
Blunt, James G.: prewar career and character, 82-83; commander of the Department of Kansas, 82-84, 97-98; commander of the Army of the Frontier, 99-101; border defense, 108, 116-117; commander of the District of the Frontier, 111, 154-158; recruiting commissioner, 118-119; quarrel with Carney and Schofield, 154- 157; relieved of command, 161- 162; placed in command of Indian Territory, 163-165; relieved, 165; commander of the District of the Upper Arkansas, 165, 216; postwar career and death, 227; mentioned, 56, 86, 212-213, 215; see also under Baxter Springs Massacre, Price Raid
Booth, John Wilkes, 205-206
Border Ruffians, 3, 9, 20, 43
Brothels, 8, 205
Brown, John, 22, 40, 42-44, 229
Brown, John, Jr., 57, 59
Buchanan, James, 1, 14, 17
Burlingame, Ward, 168
Bushwhackers, see Guerrillas
Butler, Mo.: sack of, 63; battle of, 93
Cameron, Simon, 47-48
Camp Jackson Massacre, 45
Cane Hill, battle of, 99
Carney, Thomas: personal background, 94; elected governor, 94- 95; quarrels with Lane, 113-115; bond transactions, 115-116; border defense, 116-117, 123, 139, 151-152, 175; rival of Lane for Senate, 117-121; "Senatorial Fraud," 169-174; irritates Lincoln, 175-176; election of 1864, 175-182, 199-202; postwar career, 228, 230; mentioned, 205, 218; see

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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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