Guerrillas in Civil War Missouri

Guerrillas in Civil War Missouri

Guerrillas in Civil War Missouri Missouri ranks third in the number of Civil War battles fought on its soil Although some sizable actions were fought in the state most of the battles were the result of the intense guerrilla activity

  • Title: Guerrillas in Civil War Missouri
  • Author: James W. Erwin
  • ISBN: 9781609493882
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • Missouri ranks third in the number of Civil War battles fought on its soil Although some sizable actions were fought in the state, most of the battles were the result of the intense guerrilla activity These battles are only the actions reported by Federal troops against the guerrillas The attacks on civilians were equally as numerous Long before the Civil War began, MiMissouri ranks third in the number of Civil War battles fought on its soil Although some sizable actions were fought in the state, most of the battles were the result of the intense guerrilla activity These battles are only the actions reported by Federal troops against the guerrillas The attacks on civilians were equally as numerous Long before the Civil War began, Missouri was deeply divided over whether slavery should be extended to neighboring Kansas This book takes an in depth look at the guerrilla warfare grounded in this division.

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    This turned out to be THE book that I've been hoping to find since I first saw The Outlaw Josey Wales many years ago. For those of you, hopefully few in number, who haven't seen what might be my favorite western movie ever, Clint Eastwood plays the title character, a Missouri farmer turned Confederate guerilla by the brutality pro-Union forces. After the war, Wales refuses (smartly) to turn himself in and takes to the woods, only to be pursued by relentless (and certainly evil) Kansas Red Legs.M [...]

    A neat little book about the brutal warfare that took place in Missouri and Kansas a little before and during the Civil War. Basically about the cruel warfare waged neighbor against neighbor featuring names like William Quantrill, "Bloody Bill" Anderson, Cole Younger, Frank & Jesse James.

    This is a great book if you are interested in the mayhem that engulfed rural Missouri during the Civil War.The author does a nice job explaining the causes and relationships of guerrillas in Missouri. The book is written in a neutral tone not taking sides, neither north nor south.

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