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Confederate Cavalry West of the River

Updated at January 22, 2007 08:01 The organized armies of the Trans-Mississippi South suffered two major defeats in the spring of 1862: at Pea Ridge, Arkansas, just south of the Missouri line, on March 6-7, 1862, and at Island No. 10, below New Madrid, Missouri, on April 8, 1862....

Civil War in St. Joe

Saint Joseph, Missouri, was the most northern southern city in the United States at the outset of the War of the Rebellion.  As neighborhoods and families were torn apart by sympathies to opposing sides, fierce tension brought the establishment of martial law to the city which...

Northwest Missouri Civil War Experience

Missouri’s past during the Civil War was very divided and the state was 3rd in having the most battles during the war.  Museum Hill Bed and Breakfast has created an awesome website dedicated to the history of the Civil War in the Pony Express Region of the state: Northwest...

Fr. Dickson Cemetery Tour Set for October 13

When: October 13, 2013, 10:00 a.m. Where: St. Louis County, Sappington Rd. between Watson and Big Bend. The Friends of Father Dickson Cemetery invites the public to take a short walk through history on Sunday, October 13, 2013. The event, in Crestwood, is being held in...

Franklin County Civil War Round Table

The Franklin County Civil War Round Table will hold its meeting at 7:00 PM October 29 at the Historic Court House, 15 South Church Street, Union Missouri. Please use the east door entrance. The presenter is Terry Wilson, chairman of the Franklin County Veterans Hall of Honor. The...

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