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Thu Oct 16 17:58:13 2014 UTClccn-n500505200.00Sterling Price letter to Thomas Caute Reynolds,0.280.84Outlaws of the border a complete and authentic history of the lives of Frank and Jesse James, the Younger brothers, and their robber companions, including Quantrell and his noted guerrillas ... /35257604William_Quantrilln 5005052085538Hart, Charley 1837-1865Quantrell, Charles W. 1837-1865Quantrell, Charles William 1837-1865Quantrell, William C. 1837-1865Quantrell, William Clarke 1837-1865Quantrill, Charles 1837-1865Quantrill, W. C. 1837-1865Quantrill, W. C. (William Clarke), 1837-1865lccn-n79017035Castel, Albert E.lccn-n84044127Goodrich, Thlccn-n92035051Barton, O. S.(Oswald Swinney)1862-1925lccn-n92035048McCorkle, John1838-1918lccn-n50028708Connelley, William Elsey1855-1930np-anderson, william tAnderson, William T.lccn-n84191528Younger, Cole1844-1916lccn-no89019813Younger, James1848-1902lccn-n81119406Hattaway, Hermanlccn-n88074051Leslie, Edward E.Quantrill, William Clarke1837-1865HistoryBiographyRecords and correspondencePersonal narrativesQuantrill, William Clarke,American Civil War (1861-1865)United StatesGuerrillasMissouriUnderground movements, WarKansasUnited States, WestSoldiersMassacresKansas--LawrenceOutlawsMcCorkle, John,Anderson, William TYounger, Cole,Younger, James,James, Jesse,James, Frank,United States--Ozark Mountains RegionBurnett, W. R.--(William Riley),Frontier and pioneer lifeUnited States marshalsDalton, Kit,MarshalsGuerrilla warfareHistorical fictionWestern storiesDummies (Bookselling)James, Jesse,United States--Confederate States of AmericaLouisianaPrice, Sterling,Children's storiesUtah Expedition (1857-1858)18371865186218631864186518661872187518761878187918801881188218841885188818891890189218931897189919001902190319041906190819091910191319141915191619181923192419271935193819401947194819501953195419551956195719591960196119621964196619681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201315899248448973.742E470.4522ocn557653547book19590.28Breihan, Carl WQuantrill and his Civil War guerrillasHistory22ocn558762928book19100.37Connelley, William ElseyQuantrill and the border warsHistoryBiographyProvides an account of the border skirmishes that occurred along the Missouri-Kansas border during the Civil War years, focusing on the activities of William Clarke Quantrill and his troop of Confederate irregulars, and including biographical information about Quantrill21ocn774483910book19620.10Castel, Albert EWilliam Clarke Quantrill: his life and times. [With plates, including a portrait.]Biography11ocn879630571book1863Price, SterlingSterling Price letter to Thomas Caute ReynoldsHistoryPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceLetter from Sterling Price to Governor Reynolds, dated Headquarters [P.D.], Shreveport, Louisiana, October 28, 1863. Sterling discusses an official report sent by Colonel Quantrill about troop movements, including a battle at Fort Baxter11ocn559690078book19620.30Castel, Albert EWilliam Clarke Quantrill his life and timesHistoryBiography11ocn497479062book19230.18Burch, John PCharles W. Quantrell : a true history of his guerrilla warfare on the Missouri and Kansas border during the civil war of 1861 to 1865History01ocn809767608book1862Price, SterlingSterling Price letter to Thomas Caute ReynoldsHistoryPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceLetter from Sterling Price to Governor Reynolds, dated Headquarters [P.D.], Shreveport, Louisiana, October 28, 1863. Sterling discusses an official report sent by Colonel Quantrill about troop movements, including a battle at Fort Baxter17854ocn045729305file19910.26Goodrich, ThBloody dawn the story of the Lawrence massacreHistoryDetails the 1863 attack on Lawrence, Kansas by William Quantrill and his Confederate irregulars+-+3129388235135216ocn043477240file19140.31McCorkle, JohnThree years with Quantrill a true story told by his scout, John McCorkleHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives ConfederateA Civil War story told by John McCorkle about his years with William Clarke Quantrill's guerrillas, preying on pro-Union people on the Missouri-Kansas borderland+-+810586153513197ocn043477030file19620.30Castel, Albert EWilliam Clarke Quantrill his life and timesHistoryBiography+-+9635861535117925ocn000580948book19090.37Connelley, William ElseyQuantrill and the border warsHistoryBiographyProvides an account of the border skirmishes that occurred along the Missouri-Kansas border during the Civil War years, focusing on the activities of William Clarke Quantrill and his troop of Confederate irregulars, and including biographical information about Quantrill+-+566454269610985ocn047009089file19980.24Castel, Albert EBloody Bill Anderson the short, savage life of a Civil War guerrillaHistoryBiographyA story of bitter bloodshed, one in which farmers and honest laborers are transformed into thieves and murderers. The authors track the rise and reign of Bill Anderson' terror from 1862 to 1865+-+K1506266359343ocn034356304book19960.23Leslie, Edward EThe devil knows how to ride : the true story of William Clarke Quantrill and his Confederate raidersHistoryBiographysometimes quite comic history of Quantrill's bones, which were stolen from his grave by his boyhood best friend and then bartered, sold, used in fraternity initiation rituals, and displayed in glass museum cases, and which have come to be buried in three graves in three different states+-+K0135315856664ocn050676868book20030.06Hughes, PatGuerrilla seasonHistoryJuvenile worksFictionTwo fifteen-year-old boys in Missouri in 1863 find friendship and family loyalty tested by Quantrell's raiders, a Rebel guerrilla band who roamed under the black flag of "no quarter to be given by Union troops."+-+56637892856503ocn034782752book19960.24Schultz, Duane PQuantrill's war : the life and times of William Clarke Quantrill, 1837-1865HistoryBiography"For career criminal William Clarke Quantrill, the American Civil War was an opportunity to practice legitimately what he loved most: theft, destruction, and murder....[This] book deals with [his life and ] Quantrill's bloodiest battle, the four-hour sacking of Lawrence, Kansas, where he ordered the massacre of 185 men and boys."--Jacket+-+95629676856124ocn001483622book19590.28Breihan, Carl WQuantrill and his Civil War guerrillasHistory5978ocn228676715book20080.12McCoy, MaxI, QuantrillHistoryFictionBloody Bill Quantrill, one of the most notorious and brutal guerrilla fighters for the South in the Civil War, relates his side of the story, detailing his many murderous exploits, including his hell-raising days with Frank and Jesse James+-+80580375165125ocn026218883book19920.19Brant, MarleyThe Outlaw Youngers : a Confederate brotherhood : a biographyHistoryBiographyExamines the men, the myths, and the legends of post-Civil War Younger family of outlaws+-+109588310644115ocn000734750book19230.56Trow, HarrisonCharles W. Quantrell : a true history of his guerrilla warfare on the Missouri and Kansas border during the Civil War of 1861-1865History3607ocn050244693visu19780.18Walsh, RaoulDark commandHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsBefore the Civil War, emotions run high in the race for federal marshal of Kansas between Robert Seton and William Quantrill. After his loss in the election, Quantrill leads a band of guerillas that raid Kansas towns, including Lawrence in 1863+-+79641700063243393ocn027431726book19930.24Steele, Phillip WCivil War in the OzarksHistoryThe Civil War in the Ozarks included the Battles of Pea Ridge and Carthage, Quantrill's guerrilla raiders, relocated Indians from what would become Oklahoma, and people who would later become famous like Jessie James, Wild Bill Hickok, and Belle Star+-+533443733531811ocn010875275book19140.63Dalton, KitUnder the black flagHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives Confederate2812ocn044270574book19980.13Vogt, Esther LoewenThe flame and the furyHistoryFictionChristian fictionA growing prairie town+-+11427713252737ocn060723328file18820.84Donald, JayOutlaws of the border a complete and authentic history of the lives of Frank and Jesse James, the Younger brothers, and their robber companions, including Quantrell and his noted guerrillas ...HistoryBiographySalesman's sample book, with two versions of spine, one illustrated on back binding, one pasted in back cover, synopses of chapters, sample passages, and illustrations. At end there are ruled pages for taking book orders2162ocn000445499book19720.47Boer, CharlesVarmint QPoetry1942ocn000730980book19710.29Breihan, Carl WThe killer legions of QuantrillHistory"The American Civil War produced the real guerrilla; reckless, capable of immense physical endurance, more deadly, and more enterprising than those gone before. To many, William Quantrill was a saint in guerrilla's garb, to others a savage. To some he was a gallant Confederate soldier carrying on his own breed of war against the Yankees; to most, he was a depraved assassin. He dedicated himself to killing and attracted to his cause the most unprincipled band of cutthroats ever; the James Boys, "Bloody Bill" Anderson, Arch Clemens, Dick Maddox and many others"--Publisher's description1744ocn060644701book20050.26Gilmore, Donald LCivil War on the Missouri-Kansas borderHistoryIn reexamining many of the long-held historical assumptions about his period, Donald L. Gilmore discusses President Lincoln's unmost desire to keep Missouri in the Union by any and all means+-+4478534306+-+3129388235Thu Oct 16 15:22:42 EDT 2014batch26174