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Posted May 16, 2004
The Fight at Jackson Fairgrounds:
Confederate Victory Against the Odds
©2003 Kirby Ross
with an Introduction by James E. McGhee, ©2003
The Fight at Jackson Fairgrounds: Confederate Victory Against the Odds
© Kirby Ross
|Author's Note & Introduction|
|Ch 1 - Lindsay Murdoch|
|Ch 2 - Chasing Phantoms||
Ch 7 - Aftermath
|Ch 3 - Closing In||
Ch 8 - Mopping Up
|Ch 4 - Hell Breaks Loose||Epilogue|
Ch 5 - To the Death
I. MISSOURI CASH-BOOK
By Charley Hester, Edited by Kirby Ross
available for pre-order at Amazon.com
Also by this author:
John A. Bennett, “A Scrap of Civil War History.” 19 Sept 1907.
L.E. Jenkins, “Battle of the Old Fair Grounds—1862.” 8 Feb 1906.
Rev. J.C. Maple, “A Civil War Reminiscence: The Battle at the Old Fair Grounds.” 14 Dec 1905.
Frank McGuire, Introduction to Bennett’s “A Scrap of Civil War History.” 19 Sept. 1907.
August Voshage, “Battle at the Old Fair Grounds.” 14 June 1906.
II. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS
Anonymous. Untitled, undated, handwritten memoir detailing the experience of John Q. Craig in the Jackson Skirmish. Found in Craig family Bible by Craig family descendant Charles Hutson of Jackson, Mo. Typescript copy in the possession of James E. McGhee.
William Nevin, “History of Co. K., 3rd M.S.M. Cavalry Vols. From Its Earliest Organization in 1861, to Final Muster out on January 31, 1865,” (Typescript).
Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis, Mo.
Pension Record of Lindsay Murdoch. National Archives, Record Group 704 293.
General William S. Rosecrans’ Special Order No. 15, 8 June 1864. Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, Mo., Folder 126/2, Box 93, Locale 25A/2/2.
State of Missouri vs. Erastus W. Hill. Stoddard County Circuit Court Archives, filed 4 Aug. 1866.
Twelfth M.S.M. Cavalry Muster Rolls. Missouri State Archives, Box 67 FD 343.
Cain, Marvin R. Lincoln’s Attorney General: Edward Bates of Missouri. Columbia, Mo., 1965.
Duncan, R.S. History of the Baptists in Missouri. St. Louis, 1882.
Evans, James W., and Keith, A. Wendell (eds.). Autobiography of Samuel S. Hildebrand: the Renowned Missouri Bushwhacker. Jefferson City, Mo., 1870.
Forister, Robert H. History of Stoddard County. n.p., n.d.
Ingenthron, Elmo. Borderland Rebellion: History of the Civil War on the Missouri-Arkansas Border. Branson, Mo., 1980.
McGhee, James E. Campaigning With Marmaduke: Narratives and Roster of the 8th Missouri Cavalry Regiment C.S.A. Independence, Mo., 2002
Missouri Secretary of State. Historical Listing of the Missouri Legislature. Jefferson City, Mo., 1988.
Monaghan, Jay. Civil War on the Western Border 1854-1865. Boston, 1955.
Neal, Dr. W.A. An Illustrated History of the Missouri Engineer and the 25th Infantry Regiments. Chicago, 1889.
Parrish, William E. A History of Missouri, Volume III 1860-1875. Columbia, Mo., 1973.
________________. Turbulent Partnership: Missouri and the Union, 1861-1865. Columbia, Mo., 1963.
Ryle, Walter Harrington. Missouri: Union or Secession. Nashville, 1931.
Schofield, John M. Forty-six Years in the Army. New York, 1897.
Stanton, Donal J.; Berquist, Goodwin F.; and Bowers, Paul C. (eds.). The Civil War Reminiscences of General M. Jeff Thompson. Dayton, Oh., 1988.
U.S. War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 130 vols. Washington, D.C., 1880-1901.
Missouri Cash-Book, see above.
Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, 11 Apr 1891, 13 Apr 1891.
Stars and Stripes (Bloomfield, Mo.), 9 Nov 1861.
Brown, Mrs. Shelby. “The War Comes to Jackson,” Biography of Historic Cape Girardeau County, (1976) 55-56.
Murdoch, Lindsay. “Narrative of the Service of Lindsay W. Murdoch In the War of the Rebellion,” Echo, Bollinger County (Mo.) Historical Society, II (October, 1979), 130-154.
Ellinghouse, Cletis. Interview, 6 Sept. 2002.
McGhee, James E. Photograph, “Colonel William L. Jeffers.”
______________. Photograph, “Jeffers Monument.”
Ross, Kirby. Map, “Reconn. Of the Miss. R. for the use of the Miss. Squadron under command of acting rear adm. 1865.”
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