Vol. IV, No. 4, Spring 1991 / Vol. V, No. 1, Summer 1991



In This Issue



Terror In the Ozarks

p.2

Civil War In the Ozarks

An Introduction and Chronology

By John F. Bradbury Jr. and Richard W. Hatcher, III

p.4

Margaret Gilmore Kelso

A Memory Story, Part II: Bushwhackers and Wilson's Creek

p. 7

More Than Bullets

The Social Impact of Guerrilla War in the Ozarks

By William Garrett Piston

p. 10

A Place In History

By Richard W. Hatcher, III

p. 13

Between Missourians

Civil War in Ripley County

Based on Jerry Ponder

p.14

The Ponder-Flanders-Bradbury Correspondence Exchanged in the Preparation of "Between Missourians

p.21

"Union History" and "Confederate History"

By Robert Flanders and Jerry Ponder

p.25

Civil War Begins for the Polk County Rangers

From the journal of T.H.B. Dunnegan

intro by Geo. F. Hooper

p.27

A Letter From Emma

p.28

Outpost: The 1862 Summer of Lieutenant Colonel

Joseph Weydemeyer

Edited by Robert Flanders and John F. Bradbury Jr.

p.29

Preservation Corner I:

Partnerships

By Malcolm J. Berg

p.40

Preservation Corner II:

Furnishing the Ray House:

The Second Penny Brigade

By Jeanette Collins

p.41

Medicine In the Bloodiest War

By Thomas Sweeney, M.D.

p.43

Yankee Avenger

Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, Union Commander at the Battle

of Wilson s Creek

By Hugh Crumpler

p.47

Guerrillas, Jayhawkers and Bushwhackers in

Northern Arkansas During the Civil War

By Leo E. Huff

p.52

Lest We Forget: Missouri Honors Its Confederates

By Robert L. Hawkins, III

p.58

Glossary

Compiled by Leo Huff

p.62

Change of Allegiance

p.64


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