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Civil War in Missouri

Battle of Wilson's CreekFrom: Civil War Traveler: Missouri

Missouri's Civil War began along the Nation's Western Border, in the 1850's, in the conflict known as "Bleeding Kansas." The most Northern state where slavery was permitted by law, it was inevitable that War in Missouri would be especially brutal. And so it was. Missouri witnessed the greatest number of battles and engagements - more than 1,000 - of any place except Virginia and Tennessee. - Missouri's Civil War

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