Hot and deadly
(Column ~ 11/02/08)
One constant factor of the Civil War in Missouri was that the Confederate guerrillas or foxes were always looking for a fight and they usually found one. The guerrillas or bushwhackers, if you are of the northern or Kansas persuasion, were almost always successful when they were on the offensive, either from an ambush or direct attack. ...
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