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The Jesse James Farm and Museum is hosting A State Divided: The Civil War in Missouri, a traveling exhibit created through a partnership between the Missouri History Museum... details>>
Keith Nelson & Tony Meyers will speak about the Civil War Soldiers buried in Clay County. They conducted & compiled the research for Divided Loyalties: Civil War Soldiers... details>>
Experience the Battle of Black Jack at the same time, date and location of the actual battle. Step inside Pate's camp and walk over to John Brown's position.
No bullets... details>>
Good Ol' Days at Fort Scott National Historic Site features outdoor programs
Flint Hills Discovery Center announces art contest with cash prizes for 3rd-12th grade students
Events that happened in the 29 eastern Kansas and 12 western Missouri counties of Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area led to the Civil War and an enduring struggle for freedom. Conflict over slavery and other issues drew those on both sides into a violent Border War. Missouri heroes were Kansas villains. Kansas victories were Missouri tragedies. Now Freedom’s Frontier bridges the border. Explore Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area and experience from many viewpoints the strong freedom story that runs along the Missouri Kansas border.
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Tour John Brown’s battle in 1856 between Free State and pro-Southern forces during the Kansas Missouri Border War time period.
The battlefield is now a National Historic Landmark! details>>
Tour 12 sites of the 1861 Raid and Burning of Humboldt. Call for guided tour. Self-guided tour brochures available at Brochures available at 107 S 9th St & 218 N 9th St in Humboldt. details>>
Walk among the who's who of St. Joseph's history in the city's oldest operating cemetery. details>>