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John Jarrette Member of William Clarke Quantrill’s Guerrillas He Rode with Quantrill during the raid on Lawrence, Kansas in 1863, and with Bloody Bill Anderson during the massacre at Centralia, Missouri 1864. After the war, Jarrette joined the Jesse James gang, and was a suspect in the robbery of the bank in Kentucky in 1868. In the photo he wears a captured Union waistbelt plate in the photo. via http://thecivilwarparlor.tumblr.com

John Jarrette Member of William Clarke Quantrill’s Guerrillas He Rode with Quantrill during the raid on Lawrence, Kansas in and with Bloody Bill Anderson during the massacre at Centralia,.

This picture is of Quantrill's friend Archibald J. "Little Archie" Clement (1846-1866). He rode with Willliam Clarke Quantrill.  After Quantrill was shot and paralyzed during a skirmish with Union soldiers in Louisville, Kentucky in May of 1865 and died a month later on June 6th, his body was buried in Louisville’s St Mary’s Catholic Cemetery.

George Maddox, one of Quantrill's men. This photograph is in the book "Photographs of the American Civil War: Cavalry" on page Note the pair of loaded 1858 Remington New Model Army revolvers.

The following true tale is one of the strangest paranormal accounts on record. The boy in the story is now a successful businessman, so I cant give his full name, even though his surname was once recklessly published by a sensational tabloid magazine which mis-reported the incident in the 1990s. The weird episode related here occurred at Allentown, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1995.

The following true tale is one of the strangest paranormal accounts on record. The boy in the story is now a successful businessman, so I cant give his full name, even though his surname was once recklessly published by a sensational tabloid magazine which mis-reported the incident in the 1990s. The weird episode related here occurred at Allentown, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1995.

When the Gold Rush began, only 2% of those bound for the "land of milk and honey" were female. By 1857, women accounted for half of the pilgrims on the westbound wagon trains. They worked alongside men in the goldfield, ran boardinghouses and dealt cards. Others turned to prostitution.

When the Gold Rush began, only of those bound for the "land of milk and…

Here’s a True “Story Behind the Story” – an incredible article that was printed back in 1909 in the Arizona Gazette newspaper. Imagine – a great series of ancient caverns and chambers deep in the Grand Canyon.

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Here’s a True “Story Behind the Story” – an incredible article that was printed back in 1909 in the Arizona Gazette newspaper. Imagine – a great series of ancient caverns and chambers deep in the Grand Canyon.

June 25, 1876, Lt. Colonel George Custer and the 7th Cavalry are wiped out by Sioux and Cheyenne Indians in the Battle of Little Big Horn in Montana.

December 1839 – June Custer was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the American Indian Wars. Custer was admitted to West Point in where he graduated last in his class

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