A tintype showing members of the 8th Kansas Volunteer Infantry, Company E. Soldiers in the tintype are: (standing) Elisha D. Rose, James Hunter, Volney Brown, Henry Davidson, (kneeling) Lewis V. Bryan, Richard Russell, William Wendall, and Cyrus Grant. Date: 1862
William Clarke Quantrill (July 31, 1837-June 6, 1865), was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War. After leading a Confederate bushwhacker unit along the Missouri-Kansas border in the early 1860s, which included the infamous raid and sacking of Lawrence, Kansas in 1863
Soldiers gather for a photo at Fort Riley's Main Post in 1861. Now, 150 years after its birth, Fort Riley remains part of the nation's defense and intertwined in the economic and social fabric of Kansas. But historians and past commanders warn that the post's future depends on not resting on the past. (AP Photo/U.S.Army)
Original photograph of the "Dodge City Peace Commission" in June 1883. Front (l-r), Chas. E. Bassett, Wyatt S. Earp, Frank McLain, and Neil Brown. Back (l-r), W. H. Harris, Luke Short, W. B. Bat Masterson, and W. F. Petillon.