The Civil War in Johnson County, Missouri
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Johnson County, Missouri

The Civil War In Johnson County, Missouri

1890 Veteran Census For Johnson County

Some Lady Bushwhackers of Johnson County

Women and Children of Johnson County, Mo. Requesting Permission to go to Texas  1863

Scanned Letter From Major Emory Foster In Warrensburg Explaining To his Superior Why His Men Were Burning Johnson County Homes- 7 April 1862

List Of Cases Sent To The Judge Advocate, Dept. Of The Missouri, October 1 to November 1, 1864 - Most of these names are from Johnson and surrounding counties. Some of the most well known female Guerrillas are listed.

Stage Coach Robberies By Bushwhackers  Lexington-Warrensburg Mo. Area - 18 August 1864  & Warrensburg Post Office Robberies - 12 Jan. 1862

The John Maddox Gang of Johnson County, Missouri

Court Marshal Proceedings in Warrensburg, Missouri Against Five Union Soldiers - 23 June 1865

The Kingsville Massacre, Johnson County, Missouri

The Battle of Walnut Creek, Johnson County, Missouri

A Renegade Kansas force in Johnson County, Missouri

Transcribed Civil War Military Reports for Johnson County

1843 Delinquent Tax List - Johnson County
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