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Here are some of the titles that caught my eye: Zaida Ben-Yusuf: New York Portrait Photographer (240 pp.) .95Twilight at Monticello: The Final Years of Thomas Jefferson (322 pp.) .95The Essential Writings of Machiavelli (516 pp.) .95The Dodgers: 120 Years of Dodgers Baseball (445 pp.) .95Cannibalism, Headhunting, and Human Sacrifice in North America (249 pp.) .95Augustine: A New Biography (396 pp.) .95 Henry VIII: The King and His Court (642 pp.) .95Hell's Islands: The Untold Story of Guadalcanal (514 pp.) .95Thomas Paine's Rights of Man (Hitchens) ( 158 pp.) .95The Irish-Americans: A History (Dolan) (352 pp.) .95Original Sin: A Cultural History (286 pp.) .95J. When ordering by mail (and paying by check) there is only one low .50 fee for shipping and handling (a real bargain).CT residents must add 6% tax on the total, including the shipping and handling fee.Family moved to Council Grove, KS, where his father was killed in the border wars.Anderson and his men were isolated in Ray County, MO by General Price's defeat. Anderson was located by a Union force commanded by Majors Samuel Cox and John Grimes with men of the 51st and 33rd Missouri Infantry from Ray, Davies and Caldwell Counties. The command of his unit was taken over by Archie Clement.Someone who says they are the server's cousin posted surveillance video of the incident on the /r/justiceserved subreddit on Sunday, claiming the man in the video... That's All Cops Needed A woman helped police track down a sexual-assault suspect by literally getting in his face, Q13 Fox reports.Prosecutors in Washington state have charged Jose Luis Tum-Coronado, 35, as he sits in a Georgia prison—all because the unidentified assault survivor stuck her finger up his nose. Went to Texas at the end of the War, Died July 13, 1920 at Lee's Summit, MO.Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men.Survived War becoming a liquor merchant / restaurateur. Toasted the death of Lincoln pronouncing, "Here's to the death of Abraham Lincoln, hoping that his bones may serve in hell as the gridiron to fry Yankees on." Was later, killed in action. Uncle of President Harry Truman and a wagon master on the Santa Fe trail prior to the war.Listed on the July 11, 1862 roster found on a dead Missouri Partisan Ranger. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill and captured in April 1865 near Harrodsburg. Survived War only to be gunned down Septmeber 21, 1873. Small, blonde and grey-eyed, a sported a perpetual smile.