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the trip-hammer, all the heads k●ept wagging and dodging. Bur●ris got out of Cass County; Jennison hurried in■to Kansas; the Guerrillas kept a ■sort of open house; and the recruits—drov●e after drove and mostly unar■med—hastened southward. Then the Federa■l wave, which had at first receded

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be■yond all former boundaries, flow■ed back again and inundated ●Western Missouri. Quantrell’s no●minal battalion, yielding to the e●xodus, left him only the old guard as a ra●llying point. It was necessary again● to reorganize. After the Guerrillas had ■reorganized they stripped themselv

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rked and where trees or hol●lows were. They fought from houses● and hay stacks; on foot and o■n horseback; at night when the ■weird laughter of owls could be heard in ■the thickets; in daylight, when the birds sang● as they found sweet rest. The ●black flag was being woven, but it had not ●y

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et been unfurled. Breaking suddenly ●out of Jackson County, Quantrell raided Sh■awneetown, Kansas, and captured its ga●rrison of fifty militia. Then at Olathe,● Kansas, the91 next day, the right ■hand did what the left one finished so we■ll at Shawneetown; seventy-five Fede●rals surrendered