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: | Aug 19,1863: Quantrill leaves hiscamp — and heads westvith someMPmen

©Aug 20: Quantrill crosses state line and enters Kansas

Aug 21,5pm: Raiders-reach outskirts of

L'awrenc£ attack immediately, looting and murdering for'seven hoiirs

Noon: Quantrill leaves Lawrence,finally alerted toiven ts, Federal forces converge on lawre'nce. Quantrill routs some Federal m bloodless skirmish south of BalraGtv • Medina

. C . c 8.30pm: Quantrill turns and attarU -pur.suers.'FederaJs flee, allowing raiders to escape into the growing darkness. They reenter Missouri on August 22

Aug 2i noon; 3.D0 Missouri, militia attack. g raiders but- fail tocapture them. Althoj dispersed, raiders retreat safe^ casualties

Quantrill's men, who included the future outlaws Frank and Jesse James, were ordered to kill every male capable of bearing arms, and to burn every house; they were not, however, as this Northern engraving implies, authorized to harm Lawrence's female residents (right).

Quantrill's men, who included the future outlaws Frank and Jesse James, were ordered to kill every male capable of bearing arms, and to burn every house; they were not, however, as this Northern engraving implies, authorized to harm Lawrence's female residents (right).

"t would give my farm in White X County, Tennessee, and all the salt in Kentucky, if I had it, to stand once more safe and sound on the banks of Calf-Killer Creek."

A farmer travelling in company with Morgan's raiders.

The deck of$¿6;..U1S..7Sr..CJarskill which had been numbered among du Pant's attack force (left). During du Pont's five of the nine partially or exploding the myth of invulnerability.

Rear Admiral John Dahlgren on board the U.S.S. Pawnee in Charleston Harbor (left). Dahlgren.had already proved his ability as a-n-efficient chief of fwtd ordnance but he had not been tested as a fleet commander-^ Renowned as an innovative artillery expert, D:ahlp-4n\<r-tactics were to prove essential la th capture of Battery Wagner.

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It would appear, sir, that despairing of reducing these works, you now resort to the novel measure of turning your guns against the old men, the women and children... of a sleeping city."

Gen. P.G.T Beauregard to Gillmore after the bombardment of Charleston.

The deck of$¿6;..U1S..7Sr..CJarskill which had been numbered among du Pant's attack force (left). During du Pont's five of the nine partially or exploding the myth of invulnerability.

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