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Slocum and Quantrill

Jake Logan

Slocum and Quantrill

by Jake Logan

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Published by Berkley Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slocum (Fictitious character),
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJake Logan
    SeriesA Berkley book, Berkley western, Slocum -- 188, Slocum -- 188.
    ContributionsCopyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCPB Box no. 159 vol. 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination184 p. ;
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24826679M
    ISBN 100425144003
    ISBN 109780425144008
    LC Control Number2010714479
    OCLC/WorldCa31198982

    The Quantrill legend is rooted in acts of savage violence throughout Kansas and Missouri during the Civil War - deeds both romanticized and vilified. In William Clarke Quantrill, Albert Castel’s classic biography, the story of Quantrill and his men comes alive through facts verified from firsthand, original sources/5(3). Buy a cheap copy of Quantrill of Missouri book by Paul R. Petersen. One will not find the name of William Clarke Quantrill in the pantheon of noble Civil War personalities but rather listed near the top of the list of its notorious Free shipping over $

    When the Civil War broke out in April , Quantrill joined the Confederate side with enthusiasm. He fought with Confederate forces at the Battle of Wilson’s Creek in Oakhills, Missouri, in August This battle marked the beginning of the Civil War in Missouri, where the state would become the scene of savage and fierce fighting, primarily from guerilla warfare. Charles W. Quantrill A True History of his Guerrilla Warfare on the Missouri and Kansas Border During the Civil War of , as told by Capt. Harrison T row – one who followed Quantrill through his whole course, c. (RH C) Well I went with Quantrill when I was just sixteen years of age and was captured by General Buell’s forces.

      William C. Quantrill, captain of a guerrilla band irregularly attached to the Confederate Army during the American Civil War, notorious for the sacking of the free-state stronghold of Lawrence, Kan. (Aug. 21, ), in which at least people were burned or shot to death. Growing up in Ohio. Mosley, George Deitzler, James G. Blunt by Hephaestus Books: Quantrill by William Goede: Quantrill and his Civil War guerillas by Carl W. Breihan: Quantrill and the Border Wars by William Elsey Connelley: Quantrill at Lawrence: The Untold Story by Paul Petersen: Quantrill in Lawrence (in Collected Plays) by Bernard Pomerance.


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Series list: John Slocum ( Books) by Jake Logan. A sortable list in reading order and chronological order with publication date, genre, and rating. Get this from a library. Slocum and Quantrill.

[Jake Logan] -- Color illustration on front cover of four superimposed vignettes: head and neck portrait of man wearing brown western hat and red bandana; bare-chested man wearing black pants embracing woman wearing. Slocum thought the Confederacy was as dead as his former Army commander, General William Clark Quantrill -- a merciless killer of civilian and soldier alike.

But Quantrill's beautiful and ruthless daughter is alive -- and gathering guns, gold, and graycoats for another Civil : Jake Logan.

Slocum rides with the legend…John Slocum has plenty of bad memories from the Civil War. Now, one of them has returned: Jesse James--who rode alongside Slocum under Bill Quantrill. Jesse and his gang have a big score, and they want Slocum to come in with them.

But this time Brand: Penguin Publishing Group. Slocum’s between four stone killers and a half-human wild man. Slocum crosses hell getting Caleb Castle to Silver City to close a rich land deal—and receives a mighty tempting offer Slocum and Quantrill book Castle’s daughter to settle down.

But then he meets Mayerling, a former Quantrill raider and backstabbing stone : Penguin Publishing Group. The Slocum book series by multiple authors includes books Hanging Justice, Ride Slocum Ride, Slocum and the widow Kate, and several more.

See the complete Slocum series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Slocum rides with the legend John Slocum has plenty of bad memories from the Civil War. Now, one of them has returned: Jesse James--who rode alongside Slocum under Bill Quantrill.

Jesse and his gang have a big score, and they want Slocum to come in with them. But this time it's not gold or cash in their sights.

Slocum often uses the same type of ebony-handled Colt Navycaliber revolvers he carried when riding with Quantrill's Raiders. He rode with Custer on his expeditions in the Dakotas, gambled with Doc Holliday in Denver, trapped among the Blackfeet in the Rockies, and has had adventures of every stripe up and down the West.

The book makes tons of claims about Quantrill being a sociopath, based on the classic traits such as fire starting, anti-social behavior, cruelty to animals, confidence, inability to relate to peers, superficial charm.

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Slocum may be outnumbered and sorely outgunned, but that won’t stop him from bringing war to this mad dog with his own special brand of hell Slocum and the Long Ride The longest-running Western series in America today, the Slocum adventures by Jake Logan have entertained readers since Great deals on Jake Logan Books Publication Year.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Slocum Giant Slocum Along Rotten Row. Captain William Gregg, Quantrill’s adjutant, reported in a letter after the war that, “Quantrill and his men have been unjustly slandered by the people of the North, a people who, even to this day, know nothing of them, except what they have read in irresponsible books and newspapers.” Gregg goes on to say that, “It is not enough that their valor is recognized, it is not enough that.

William Clarke Quantrill (J – June 6, ) was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War. Having endured a tempestuous childhood before later becoming a schoolteacher, Quantrill joined a group of bandits who roamed the Missouri and Kansas countryside to apprehend escapedthe group became Confederate soldiers, who were referred to as "Quantrill.

Nodaway County author Homer Croy wrote of Quantrill, “Because of Quantrill, widows wailed, orphans cried, maidens wept.” Croy was echoing the sentiment of William Elsey Connelley, author of the book Quantrill and the Border Wars, in his introduction to the Civil War Book Club edition of Connelley’s book.

This book was dictated by John Mc Corkle who rode with William Quantrill for three full years. Escaping from sensationalism of other Quantrell narratives McCorkle gives the truth by describing from the very minutiae of each positions real personality from Bill Anderson, George Todd, and all the major figures during the Civil War along with /5(22).

Jim Dancer (Randolph Scott) is one of Quantrill's Raiders, staging attacks on Kansas on behalf of the fallen Confederacy in the years following the Civil War. He killed an unarmed man he wrongly holds responsible for his brother's death during an attack. Renowned western novelist Frank Gruber wrote the script of FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS () based on his own book.

It tells the story of Jim Dancer (Randolph Scott), a fugitive outlaw who'd been part of Captain William Quantrill's infamous. Slocum’s between four stone killers and a half-human wild man! Slocum crosses hell getting Caleb Castle to Silver City to close a rich land deal—and receives a mighty tempting offer from Castle’s daughter to settle down.

But then he meets Mayerling, a former Quantrill raider and backstabbing stone killer.The application for the marker was submitted by Constance Hollie-Jawaid and E.R. Bills the author of the book, “The Slocum Massacre: An Act of Genocide in East Texas.” But Anderson County officials have made it clear in the application packet .Quantrill was perhaps the most notorious and enigmatic wartime guerrilla.

Quantrill was born in Canal Dover, Ohio, on Octo The son of a school teacher, Quantrill worked as a teacher and other various trades in Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana before moving to Missouri at age