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Quantrill’s Raider George Maddox (1831-1901) - Main Scout- & Pro-Confederate “Bushwhacker” Survived the War In January 1862, Maddox, along with Fletch Taylor and others, joined William C. Quantrill’s band as some of the guerrilla chieftain’s earliest recruits. Maddox participated in actions at Pleasant Hill, Missouri 1862, Lawrence, Kansas 1863, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1863 and Centralia, Missouri, 1864.

Food isn’t always an afterthought at breweries: take, for example, these spots that put almost as much love into their food menus as they do to their tap offerings. Come for the brisket and IPA. Stay for the dan dan noodles and lager.


Civil War Jesse James fought the Jayhawkers from Lawrence, Ks. Kansas was a free state where many Black families moved to be safe. Part of Missouri was for slave owners - mostly in the southern part and the northern Missourians generally went with the Abolitionists. James gang fought for the south.


~~William "Bloody Bill" Anderson. Often credited as the most cruel and sadistic of the Missouri Guerrilla fighters. Killed in Richmond, Missouri, October 26, 1864.

The Bushwhackers are announced for the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2015: Raw, February 23, 2015 - YouTube

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