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REMINISCENCES OF A MOSBY GUERRILLA
BY JOHN W. MUNSON
ILLUSTRATED 1900

 

 

 

WITH PORTER IN NORTH MISSOURI

A Chapter in the History of the War

====Between the States====

BY

JOSEPH A. MUDD

NOTED GUERRILLAS, OR WARFARE OF THE BORDER
John N. Edwards 1877
A History of The Lives And Adventures of
QUANTRELL, BILL ANDERSON, GEORGE TODD, DAVE POOLE, FLETCHER TAYLOR, PEYTON LONG, OLL SHEPHERD, ARCH CLEMENTS, JOHN MAUPIN, TUCK AND WOOT HILL, WM. GREGG, THOMAS MAUPIN, THE JAMES BROTHERS, THE YOUNGER BROTHERS, ARTHUR McCOY, And
NUMEROUS OTHER GUERRILLAS OF THE WEST  

The Youngers' Fight For Freedom
By Warren C. Bronaugh - Complete Book - Transcribed 
W.C. Bronaugh labored For 20 Years To get The Youngers Out Of The Minnesota Prison

Shelby's Expedition To Mexico - By John N. Edwards
Complete Book - Transcribed
 At the end of the Civil War, General Jo Shelby of Missouri refused to Surrender.  Instead, he took his 800 to 1,000 men and headed to Mexico.
This is the story of that two year expedition.

A True Story of Chas. W. Quantrell And His Guerrilla Band
By J. P. Burch
As Told By Captain Harrison Trow
Privately published 1923
Transcribed - Not Scanned - Complete Book on Line

THREE YEARS WITH QUANTRELL - A TRUE STORY
As Told By His Scout - John McCorkle
Written By O. S. Barton
Transcribed - Not Scanned - Complete Book on Line

The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself
Being an Autobiography of the Missouri Guerrilla Captain and
Outlaw, his Capture and Prison Life, and the Only Authentic
Account of the Northfield Raid Ever Published - By Cole Younger
Transcribed - Not Scanned - Complete Book on Line

Autobiography of Samuel S. Hildebrand, the Renowned Missouri "Bushwhacker" and Unconquerable Rob Roy of America;
being his complete confession recently made to the writers and compiled.
By J. W. Evans and Dr. Q. W. Keith, of St. Francois Co., Mo.
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Jasper County, Missouri, in the Civil War
COMPILED BY WARD L. SCHRANTZ
CARTHAGE, MISSOURI
1923

NARRATIVE of the LIFE of FREDERICK DOUGLASS, an AMERICAN SLAVE. 

WRITTEN BY HIMSELF.

PUBLISHED AT THE ANTI-SLAVERY OFFICE,

NO. 25 CORNHILL.

BOSTON 1847

 

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